February 24, 1959; Nr. Williamsport, Pennsylvania. American and United
Airlines planes paced by three glowing objects. Report
March 26 or 27, 1959; Corsica, Pennsylvania. 12:45 p.m. Witness: T.E.
Clark. One dark red, barrel-shaped object, 20' long, 6-7' high, descended
below some trees during the 3 minute sighting.
June 18, 1959; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 9:30 p.m. Witnesses: A. Cavelli
and R. Blessin, using 7x binoculars. One brown, cigar-shaped object came
from below the horizon (close to the witnesses) ascending to 40-50^ above
the horizon in 4 minutes.
June 26-27, 1959; New Guinea, CE-III Case. Father Gill and 25
witnesses saw craft with "humanoids" on top which apparently communicated
by gestures. Report
June 30, 1959; Patuxent River NAS, Maryland. 8:23 p.m. Witness: USN
Cdr. D. Connolly. One gold, oblate-shaped object, nine times as wide as
it was thick, metallic and with sharp edges, flew straight and level for
July 25, 1959; Irondequoit, New York. 1 p.m. Witness: technical illustrator
W.D. Neva. One thin, crescent moon-shaped object with a small white dome
in the center, flew at tremendous speed for 5-10 seconds.
Aug. 10, 1959; Goose AFB, Labrador, Canada. 1:28 a.m. Witness: Royal
Canadian Air Force pilot Flt. Lt. M.S. Mowat, on ground. One large star-like
light crossed 53* of sky in 25 minutes.
Sept. 13, 1959; Gills Rock, Wisconsin. 1:05 a.m. Witness: R.H. Daubner.
One round yellow light, with eight blue lights within it, and then five
larger red lights, flew very fast vertically while making a pulsating jet
noise. Sighting lasted 10 minutes.
Sept. 13, 1959; Bunker Hill AFB, Indiana. 4 p.m. Witnesses: at least
two control tower operators and the pilot of a Mooney private airplane.
One pear-shaped object, colored white, cream, and metallic, with a trail
under it. Object showed little movement during 3 hours. Attempted intercept
by USAF T-33 jet trainer failed.
Oct. (3rd or 4th week), 1959; Telephone Ridge, Oregon. 9:15 p.m. Witness:
department store manager C.A. Cissman. One bright light approached, hovered
about 30 minutes, and then was up and gone in 2 seconds.
Oct. 4, 1959; Quezon, Phillipine Islands. 9:25 p.m. Witnesses: USN Lt.
C.H. Pogson, CPO K.J. Moore. One large round or oval object, changing from
red to red-orange, flew straight and level for 15 minutes.
Oct. 6, 1959; Lincoln, Nebraska. 8:15 p.m. Witnesses: Lt. Col. L. Liggett
(Selective Service) and wife. One round, white-yellow light made several
abrupt turns and flew very fast for 2 minutes.
Oct. 19. 1959; P]ainvjlle, Kansas. 9:25 p.m. Witness: Capt. F.A. Henney,
engineering instructor at USAF Academy, flying a T-33 jet trainer. One
bright yellowish light came head-on at the T-33, the pilot avoided it and
the light dimmed. Sighting lasted 30 seconds.
Nov. 18, 1959; Crystal Springs, Mississippi. 6:25 p.m. Witness: J.M.
Porter. A row of red lights flew slow, then speeded up immensely. Sighting
lasted 5-6 minutes.
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