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

Multiple Anomaly Detection & Recording
INTEL Summary

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  16 Oct 2018.  See Archive for September Intel Summary

Current sightings this month:  Pending (NUFORC)
Last month: 245
MADAR anomalies this period: 7 (Oct)
Last Month: 14
MADAR-III DataProbes: 48
29 running
17 in various stages of deployment or beta-testing
1 new DataProbes unshipped.

MADAR AlertStarts without obvious documented alibis and reported sightings are listed below in chronological order and grouped by date. In respect to potential correlations, the actual MADAR dataline is pasted in to show the ambient readings prior to and at the AlertStart. Supporting printout excerpts from the National UFO Reporting Center and are injected. Sightings of interest should be assigned to MUFON and MUFON sightings of interest should be given higher priority due to a potential MADAR correlation.


October 1, 2018; Concord, NH   MADAR Node 110
12:25   16 25 04

October 3, 2018; Brook Park, OH   MADAR Node 04
10:46   14 45 41

October 3, 2018; Lancaster, Pennsylvania
20:45 Witness went out to his back yard to look for his cat. He had received a pair of night vision goggles for Christmas for sky watching, so he brought them with him to help look for it. It was a clear beautiful night, so the witness started looking at the stars.After 3 or 4 minutes witness saw what was thought to be a satellite traveling west to east, but quickly realized it was too big, too bright, traveling too slow and it was flying way too low to be a satellite. Witness watched it as it traveled straight overhead. When the goggles were pulled away witness could no longer see it with the naked eye. It started to get a little bit brighter and then faded away and just disappeared. As it was fading away it became transparent before disappearing. (NUFORC Note: The object was not the ISS, which was visible from the witness's location at 8:47 p.m. (local), but which was visible in the extreme northern sky. Also, not an Iridium "flare." PD))

October 9, 2018; Newburgh, IN   MADAR Node 06
17:48   22 47 55

October 10, 2018; Laurelville, OH   MADAR Node 107
17:06   21 05 32

October 13, 2018; Omaha, NE   MADAR Node 132
10:58   15 58 23

October 14, 2018; Omaha, NE   MADAR Node 132
21:53   02 53 12

October 15, 2018; Austin, TX   MADAR Node 101
21:21   02 20 31
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