Contact Information:
Fran Ridged, MADAR Director,
Robert Swiatek, MATCH Supervisor, MUFON

Multiple Anomaly Detection & Recording
INTEL Summary

  MARCH 2019 
The Mutual UFO Network has partnered with the MADAR Project, along with the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, in a joint venture code-named Project MATCH in an effort to correlate alerts regarding detection of electromagnetic/geomagnetic anomalies with actual sighting reports, and ultimately provide an early warning system to state directors and other researchers. The Project is also seeking volunteers for additional MADAR sites. This report covers the current month and may be updated at any time, but usually finalized within 2 weeks of the last month final entry date. 

MUFON MADAR NICAP Purchase a MADAR-III Archive of previous months Areas of coverage

Updated 2 April 2019

UAP reports via NUFORC:
Last Month: 250
January a year ago: 345
MADAR Anomalies: 21
Last Month: 16
MADAR devices online and reporting: 38

MADAR Anomalies & Potential Sightings Of Interest

Project MATCH entry

NUFORC printout by state showing 3/10/19 lineup and three previous hits in reverse order

Date / Time City State Shape Duration Summary Posted
3/10/19 10:15 North Woodstock NH Disk 30 seconds Chrome disc saucer. 3/14/19
3/10/19 09:16 Concord NH

MADAR Node 110 3/14/19
3/7/19 17:47 Concord NH

MADAR Node 110 3/14/19
3/4/19 15:31 Merrimack NH

MADAR Node 03 3/14/19
3/4/19 14:03 Concord NH

MADAR Node 10 3/14/19


110 alertStart 145 20 1351.32 30 2019-03-10 13:15:49

AlertStart at 13:15:49
09:16 AM
Compass heading 145
Field 20 mGa
Average Ambient (mGa) 1351.32
Barometric pressure alert default "30"


110 status 143 2 1311.4 30.06 2019-03-10 14:16:06
110 alertEnd 144 2 1311.4 30.06 2019-03-10 14:16:05
110 status 145 2 1311.4 30.06 2019-03-10 14:16:05

Compass heading prior to alert, during alert, after alert, between 143-145 degrees.
Ambient Field prior to and after Alert, 2 mGa.
Field during Alert approximately 20 mGa
Barometric Pressure, normal
Field increase during anomaly, 18 mGa
Heading change during anomaly, 2 degrees, indicating software error.
Duration of anomaly, 1h 00m 16 secs

At the approximate time of the AlertEnd, and about one hour after the AlertStart, and 63 miles to the north of the Node 110 at Concord, New Hampshire, a UAP sighting was documented by the National UFO Reporting Center at Seattle, WA to have occurred at North Woodstock, NH.

March 10, 2019; North Woodstock, NH
10:15 AM. A lady and her daughter were on their way home from picking up a U-Haul that they had just rented, when suddenly her daughter began pointing to the sky, asking her mother what that silver disc was she had noticed. It was described as a shiny chrome disc sitting in the sky about 150 feet off the ground. After roughly 30 seconds it took off. Not 15 minutes later a Blackhawk helicopter was scanning the area around their home. (NUFORC)

Map from North Woodstock,
          Woodstock, NH to Concord, New Hampshire
Further information is being sought at this time.

Wayne Daily, confirmed that his device was not disturbed or bumped at the time and that his other instrument, an Acurite lightning detection device, was not operating until later that day due to battery failure.

Due to the type of UAP report and the integrity of the MADAR, and the fact that UAP have been known to operate in pairs over large distances, this information suggests that a possible UAP operation might have been in progress, with the possibility of additional UAP in the region.


3/14/19 21:00 Old Bridge NJ Egg 21:00--? Low cloud haze over entire sky, unable to determine exact shape, however the unnatural motion caught my eye 3/15/19
3/14/19 11:19 River Vale NJ

MADAR Node 145 3/21/19
3/14/19 08:51 Harrison NJ

MADAR Node 121 3/21/19
Harrison NJ

MADAR Node 121 3/14/19

March 14, 2019; Old Bridge, NJ
9:00 PM. (21:00) There was a low cloud haze over entire sky, so witness was unable to determine the exact shape. However the unnatural motion of the object caught the witness's eye. At first glance, it (the object) looked like the moon, but it wasn't round. It seemed to be egg-shape. However, it moved in "jerky" motion, making sharp right angles or long linear motions at rapid speed. The outdoor temperatures were in the low 40s, so witness only observed this structure for about 1/2 hour. Three neighbors were alerted and observed the event as well. (NUFORC)  [Moon was in its first quarter - Ridge/Lunascan Project]

The first three items in the 4-item p/o above are for the 14th, but showing that some anomalistic events were taking place 5 days even before the Oak Bridge incident. The times are simply not close enough for a good correlation as we are looking for.

Node 146 (River Vale) did not pick up anything and is 4 miles west of  Node 145 (Norwood).
Harrison, NJ (Node 121) is about 30 miles south of these nodes and picked up an anomaly 3 hours earlier.
Old Bridge is about 34 miles from Harrison

Map from Harrison, New
          Jersey to Old Bridge Township, New Jersey

Our main interest, however, is in obtaining direct local observation reports of significant UAP events along with verified local MADAR entries. Going one step further, the acquisition of other important scientific data, including evidence from handheld instruments. Instances as described in this preliminary report inch us closer to that goal.