* Jan. 13, 1967; nr. Winslow, Arizona. Radar/visual.Control tower at Albuquerque,
a Lear jet pilot, and a National Airlines pilot describe an interesting encounter.
Feb. 6, 1967; Odessa, Delaware. 8:45 p.m. Witnesses: Donald and Marie Guseman.
One large, Saturn-shaped object--5O' in diameter and 20' high--with two bright
lights, a green light on one side and a red light on the other. Hovered motionless
over the trees, then slowly moved north and suddenly disappeared after 2 minutes.
Feb. 12, 1967; Grand Rapids, Michigan. 3:40 a.m. Witness: Mr. Lou Atkinson.
Four fluorescent, football-shaped objects, a dull, almost grey luminous color;
flew northeast in a very rigid formation for 4-10 seconds. Made a chirping noise.
Feb. 16, 1967; Stoughton, Wisconsin. 9:11 p.m. Witness: Miss Lynn Marsh. One
light with faded edges seemed to follow observer in her car for 5-6 minutes.
Feb. 20, 1967; Oxford, Wisconsin. 3:10 a.m. Witness: USAF veteran/truck driver
Stanton Summer. One orange-red object flew parallel to truck for 2 minutes.
Feb. 27, 1967; Grand Haven, Michigan. 8:19 p.m. Witnesses: Sheriff Grysen,
wife and others. Large white light, with smaller red and green lights seen to
the sides. Made almost instantaneous 90^ turn to left, shot out over road and
stopped, moving too fast to follow. Sighting lasted 1 hour, 11 minutes.
March 6, 1967; Benton Harbor, Michigan. 12:01 a.m. Witnesses: Jerome Wolanin,
assistant news director of radio station and former policeman, and wife. One round
saucer or oval-shaped object with red, green and yellow lights around bottom rim
which pulsated red. Flew level, east to west, and was joined by second object
from west. First object opened top, second came over and hovered for 30 seconds
and disappeared. Sighting lasted more than 40 minutes. Objects made hissing sound.
March 6, 1967; Galesburg-Moline, Illinois. 4:25 a.m. Witness: Deputy Sheriff
Frank Courson. One object shaped like a rubber cup which is placed under furniture
leg, with a dome set in the cup. Bottom of object spun rapidly, rim pulsated red.
Approached witness and passed overhead at low altitude, making a hissing sound.
March 9, 1967; Galesburg, Illinois. 7:10 p.m. Witnesses: two housewives. One
object shaped like a pancake with a rounded top; object was pulsating red, with
red lights around its rim. Approached witnesses and seemed to explode with a brilliant
white light that lasted 10 seconds and almost blinded them. Then it accelerated
to the north and disappeared.
March 9, 1967; Onawa, Iowa. 9:05 p.m. Witness: Jack Lindley. One bright white,
saucer-shaped object, as big as a jet airliner, flew straight and fast to the
east for 2 minutes.
* March 16, 1967; Malmstrom AFB, central Montana. UFO apparently shut down
a Minuteman missile facility. UFOs reported prior to incident, then one reported
right over one of the Launch Facilities. Shortly after this all eight missiles
went into a "no-go" situation. Report
March 22, 1967; Wapello, Iowa. 10:20 p.m. Witness: Douglas Eutsler, 15. Fluorescent,
solid, multicolored lights stood still, then flew away at high speed after 1 minute.
March 24, 1967; Belt, Montana. 99 p.m. Witness: truck driver Ken Williams.
One dome-shaped object, emitting a bright light, landed in a ravine. As the witness
approached, it took off and settled back, hidden from the highway. Sighting lasted
March 26, 1967; New Winchester, Ohio. 4 p.m. Witnesses: man, woman, three boys.
One oval object, which looked like copper or brass with the sun shining on it,
flew from southeast to northwest with tumbling motion for 30 minutes.
March 1967; NE of Cuba. MiG-21 jet explodes while chasing UFO (an SR-71)
May 17, 1967; Rural Hall, North Carolina. 8:30 p.m. Witness: Red Ledford. One
round, orange-colored object, similar in size to a small aircraft, zigzagged back
and forth over a jet that was heading northeast for 5 minutes.
* May 20, 1967; Falcon Lake, Canada. CE-II. Landed UFO is touched by a man
who becomes hospitalized.
June 24, 1967; Austin, Texas. 3:12 a.m. Witness: artist Ray Stanford. One solid,
blue-white, elliptical object flew from northwest to northeast and stopped, seemingly
in response to flashlight signal, for 1.5 minutes. The object then proceeded along
its original path at high speed and disappeared behind clouds. Sighting lasted
June 29' 1967; Scotch Plains, New Jersey. 1:30 a.m. Witness: truck driver Damon
Brown. One oyster-shaped object--2OO' wide, and 25-30' thick--with a huge red
light at each end and one on the bottom, and a row of blue lights along the bottom.
Circled m.n aircraft, hovering then moving rapidly, and then followed the witness'
car for about 500', veered south and departed at great speed after 8-10 minutes.
July 10, 1967; Lizelia, Mississippi. 5:50 p.m. Witness: golf pro Harold Washington
(Capt, USMC, ret.). One object with a dome, the top colored gunmetal blue, the
bottom the color of old lead. Moved east, crossed the highway tilted upward, moved
to the right, accelerated and disappeared into the clouds after 3-5 seconds. Object
made a swishing sound.
* October 4, 1967; 11:00 PM. Shag Harbor, Nova Scotia. UFO, 60' in diameter,
hovered over the water, impacted. Some researchers consider this incident as important
as the Roswell Crash. Report
Oct. 18, 1967; Lake Charles, Louisiana. 9 p.m. Witness: John Herbert. One bright,
fiery ball flashed four times while moving east, just above the tree tops. Sighting
lasted 1 minute.
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