Category 2, Close Encounters
Preliminary Rating: 5
Classification of Close Encounter is usually
an incident involving an object less than 500
feet from the witness. The size of the
object, viewing conditions, or
stereoscopic vision (depth perception)
may render the object in greater detail and
still qualify the sighting as a Close
Encounter even though the object may have been
beyond 500'. The incident depicted in
the logo was encountered during an intense
storm near Princeton, IN, Aug. 1973.
October 12, 1950; Oak Ridge, TN.(BBU)Late Thursday, October 12, 1950, a saucer-looking object was observed over the K-25 area near the NEPA Project area. The object was described as round, as big as a four room house, silver in color, and had a blister at the top of the saucer. The object also had windows. The object rose slowly for about 100 feet, moved forward, rose again about the same distance and then it was gone at a high rate of speed. (Blue Book files, The Knoxville Journal, October 26, 1950).
Detailed reports and documents
docs/MAXW-PBB8-499.jpg (Fran Ridge & Dan Wilson)