The U.F.O. Investigator (NICAP), Vol. III, No. 3, June-July 1965, page 5:
Under the heading of:
ANIMALS AND UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS


     One of the most recent examples reported to NICAP occurred on the evening of May 20, in Leroy Township, Ohio.  At 7 p.m., a silvery-white flying disc approximately the size of a car came down over the home of Edward McDonald, on Vrooman Road.

     As six members of the McDonald family watched, open-mouthed, the disc skimmed over the rooftop.  It had a row of ports about a foot in diameter, and they could hear a low buzzing or purring sound from inside.

     As the UFO passed over the housetop, the McDonalds’ dog and their horse, staked in a nearby field, both panicked.

     “The dog ran, and the horse reared up and started running around,” one of the family reported.  “His ears were back and his eyes looked wild.”

     According to Mr. McDonald, the reaction of both animals was very strange.  “They are used to airplanes of all kinds flying over,” he said, “since we are in the flight path of two airports.”

     At the time the UFO passed overhead, neighbors noted interference with TV and radio reception—much strong than ordinary aircraft could cause—further confirming the presence of some unusual machine.

Also in:
Lore, Gordon I. R., Jr., and Harold H. Deneault, Jr., 1968, Mysteries of the Skies, N.J., Prentice-Hall, Inc., p. 153.  [This has less detail than U.F.O Investigator—jw]