|Group /Category 4
Animal Effect Cases
Garrison, North Dakota
July 25, 1967
Animal Reaction Feature:
LaVern Affeldt, farmer, noted his cattle were nervous, and his dog was whining
and looking east. Looking east himself, Affeldt saw a blue-white object
hovering about a mile away.
Joan Woodward, Animal Reaction Specialist:
Affeldt was doing farm chores at 10:30 p.m., when the round object with well-defined
edges was spotted. As he and his family watched, the object began to
move north, alternating quick movement with hovering, both horizontally and
vertically (at times almost touching the ground). A consistent change
in color was associated with movementóblue-white when still and bright red
when moving. Affeldt and his family thought the object was revolving,
and it disappeared by either shooting out of sight or blinking off.
No sound, EM effects, or physiological effects were reported.
The U.F.O. Investigator (NICAP), Vol. IV, No. 2, October 1967, p. 4.
Hall, Richard H., 2001, The UFO Evidence, Volume II, Lanham, Maryland, Scarecrow
Press, pages 212-213.