UFO Intelligence Summary


Date: Wednesday, 15 March 2017; updated 1 May 2017
From: fran ridge <skyking42@gmx.com>
ubject: One MADAR Event in 1984:  APD 18
istribution: MADAR, CE, A-Team
Fran Ridge                        
MADAR Event #18
Feb 12, 1984. 10:51 PM. A 1-pulse (phantom pulse) disturbance with no duration.


  MADAR Anomalies DataBase

Both the archives of the National UFO Reporting Center and the files of MUFON were checked for any reported UFO activity during the month of February and the states of Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Nothing of note was found.

Although this report was created to study the possibility of UFO incidents and MADAR detections in the midwest, some effort was made to see if there might have been any national or world correlations of note. Again, nothing suspicious was found. However, some earthquake activity was reported in the region. Seismic activity usually precedes quakes, sometimes by many days or months. But if a local minor tremor occurred it might have caused the magnet variometer to jerk or undulate enough to cause the concentrated light beam to get around the sensor's surface.  This APD was a one-pulse disturbance,

During the next two days there were 10 local earthquakes, 8 on the 13th and two on the 14th ranging from 2.7 to 4.0.  One quake was within 3hrs 17 min and nine more up to 34 hours 20 minutes later. 

There was one other MADAR detection. On July 23, this same year, MADAR 19 was logged with another one pulse event. See separate report.

This intelligence summary is subject to update.