Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 00:52:43 +0000 (GMT)
From: daniel wilson <daniejon2000@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Just Coincidence??

Francis Ridge, I have all the newspapers articles and book references(copied pages) to all these events and the others that I mentioned. I could send them to you by US Mail if I had your address. Be glad to send them. There are just so many of these type of "reports" that I have put together that it seems that it is some kind of evidence of UFOs are involved in these crashes in some way, at least that is what I conclude.
 
Thanks for your interest.
 
Daniel Wilson
Painesville, Ohio.
 


Francis Ridge <slk@evansville.net> wrote:
At 11:44 PM 2/22/2005 +0000, Daniel Wilson wrote:

>Francis, Thanks. There are many more such incidents that I have "documented".
>Daniel...

Send as many as you can, Daniel. Can you provide the documentation with
each? I'm not sure what will be done with the information but verification
would have to be without question.

Fran



>Francis Ridge wrote:
>At 04:56 PM 2/22/2005 +0000, Daniel Wilson you wrote:
>
> > October 4, 1954, Lt. J.R. Salandin of the RAF 604th Fighter Squadron,
> > flying a Meteor jet fighter nearly collided with a disc-shaped UFO near
> > North Weald, England, just northeast of London. Two round UFOs had been
> > sighted speeding between two other Meteor jets in the vicinity just
> > before Salandin's sighting. (Reference: Royal Air Force Flying Review,
> > July 1957, page 15, and The UFO Evidence, by Richard Hall, page 122.)
> >
> > October 4, 1954, Manston, England, east of London, a USAF F-86
> > Sabrejet and an RAF Meteor jet collided in midair killing three airmen.
> > (Reference: New York Times, October 5, 1954, page 55.
> >==================================================================
> >
> >
> >
> > August 10, 1954, six lights moving in a straight line at an altitude
> > said "must have been terrific" were seen by amateur astronomer Edward
> > Heinhold at Cedarhurst, Long Island, New York. The front lights suddenly
> > disappeared, then two more lights followed suit, and 30 seconds later the
> > remaining lights vanished while still above the horizon. (Reference:
> > Flying Saucers Uncensored, by Harold T. Wilkins, page 88.)
> >
> > August 10, 1954, Lakewood, New Jersey, about 35 miles southwest of
> > Cedarhurst, Long Island, two F-86 Sabrejets collided in midair and
> > crashed here.Reasons for the collision were not known. (Reference: The
> > Trentonian, New Jersey's Capital Newspaper, August 11, 1954, page 1)
> >
> >=====================================================================
> >
> > March 3 or 4, 1968, (according to source) Syracuse, New York, Nick
> > Sgouris, while driving to work observed a luminous cigar-shaped object
> > about 20 meters long, flying low over his car. Witness was briefly
> > paralyzed. (Reference: Passport to Magonia, by Jaques Vallee, page 356,
> > gives date as March 3, 1968, and The UFO Evidence, Volume II, by Richard
> > Hall, page 274, gives date as March 4, 1968.)
> >
> > March 4, 1968, Medina, New York, about 35 miles northwest of
> > Syracuse, two F-100 Super Sabre jets collided in midair the plunged into
> > a cloud cover and vanished over Lake Ontario. Some aircraft parts were
> > found but the rest of the planes or the pilots were never found.
> >(Reference: New York Times, March 5, 1968, page 82, and Nigara Falls
> >Gazette, March 4, 1968 page 1, and later editions of the Gazette.)
>
>Dan,
>I'll pass this on to both lists.
>Fran
>