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Lights Below A/c Tracked On Radar
Oct. 5, 1954
Houston, Texas


Brad Sparks:
Oct. 5, 1954; Houston, Texas (BBU)
[Smith?] [6:45 p.m. CST?] (McDonald list; Mary Castner/CUFOS)

Dan Wilson:
October 5, 1954; Houston, Texas
At 12:45 a.m. CST, lights the size of a pea changed from orange to bluish-green, were seen below observer's aircraft. Objects maintained no set flight pattern. Objects would suddenly disappear and then reappear in different numbers and different formations. Two objects were picked up on air radar set. The length of observation was 45 minutes. The time given on the PROJECT 10073 RECORD CARD, is confusing. It is given as 05/0645Z (Night).   

Detailed reports and documents
reports/541005houston_rep.htm (Dan Wilson)


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