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UFO News Article: “Flying Discs No Joke Now In Air Force”

16 April 1952
(Ottawa Journal, Canada)
Source: theufochronicles.com, 25 April 2015
Quote from the article:
“The Air Force, which once laughed off flying saucer reports as products of over-ripe imaginations, today ordered its intelligence experts to study the cases of several discs reported over North Bay in the past four months.
Four airmen stationed at the North Bay base told their superiors they saw flying discs float silently over the local air station and an RCAF statement said there was no reason to doubt the statements.
All of the men were described as veterans with several years experience identifying conventional aircraft.”
Wikipedia article: “Royal Canadian Air Force”:
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The badge of the Royal Canadian Air Force
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Satellite photo of North Bay, Canada(tageo.com)
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UFO Article: “Snippy The Horse: The Birth of a Meme”

By Christopher O’Brien, 13 September 2017
(Our Strange Planet (ourstrangeplanet.com))

The horse mutilation occurred near Alamosa, South Central Colorado (San Luis Valley) in early September 1967. 

The real name of the horse was Lady. 
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Satellite photo of Alamosa, Colorado (tageo.com)
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Map of Colorado 
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UFO Book Index: “Index of /dox/Firestorm”

Source: granitepublishing.us
Firestorm: Dr. James E. McDonald’s Fight for UFO Science is written by the veteran UFO researcher Ann Druffel.
The book was published by Wild Flower Press (Columbus, North Carolina) in 2003.
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The late Dr. James Edward McDonald, U.S. Physicist &
UFO Researcher (wikimedia.org photo)

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UFO Lecture (Audio): Dr. James Edward McDonald

Source: UFO Archives (YouTube channel)

Audio text:
“Dr. James E. McDonald addresses the AAAS Symposium in 1969. This is his famous, Science in Default presentation.”
Wikipedia article: “American Association for the Advancement of Science”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Association_for_the_Advancement_of_Science








The late Dr. James Edward McDonald, U.S. Physicist &
UFO Researcher (wikimedia.org photo)

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UFO Radio Interview: Australian Radio Interview of Dr. James Edward McDonald

Source: UFO Archives (YouTube channel)
Audio text:
“Dr. James E. McDonald comments regarding his tour on Australian radio. February, 1967.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dm8WItMOVHc

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UFO News Article: “Deputies Spot Flying Saucer Over County”

4 January 1952
(Register-Pajaronian, Watsonville, California)
Source: theufochronicles.com, 19 February 2016
Quote from the article:
“Flying saucers are with us again.
Watsonvillepolice, Monterey Countysheriff’s deputies and witnesses from here to Greenfield sighted a weird cigar-shaped object rushing through the sky about 5 a.m. Friday, throwing sparks as it made a leisurely 10 milecircle of the area.
First report of the saucer came at 5:10 a.m. when deputy sheriff’s in two cars sighted it over the city of Monterey.
Deputies Al Bolman and Jim Mattney were patrolling in one car and reported it first. A few minutes later Lieut. Thomas Martin and deputy Ed Atkinson, also in the area spotted it.
Watsonvillepolice George Brautovich and Jesse Ojeda told officers who relieved them they saw ‘something like a ball of fire’ and watched it fade away.
‘At first we thought it was an airplane on fire,’ the deputies reported. ‘But it was throwing sparks and flame from both ends, cruising along apparently under control at about 1,000 feet.’ They estimated its speed at more than 700 miles per hour.
The craft swung in a wide arc over Monterey Bayand then headed for Fort Ord.
Military police were alerted at the fort, but personnel were unable to pick the saucer up on radar, they reported.
After leaving the Fort Ordarea the saucer was seen cruising along the west side of the Gabilan range of mountains. At 5:24 a.m. Greenfieldpolice reported that officers and citizens in that area had spotted the flying machine.
It was last seen shortly thereafter dropping below Johnson’s Canyon east of Gonzales.
At the naval air station at Monterey, Lt. Comdr. Paul McGinnis said a telephone call from the Register-Pajaronian was ‘the first I’ve heard of the aircraft.’
Comdr. McGinnis said that ‘considering the large number of military airfields in the area it is very possible that a large jet plane was in the area.’
The defense command would not say whether any unscheduled aircraft were authorized to fly over the Monterey-Fort Ord area at that hour.”
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Satellite photo of Monterey, California(tageo.com)
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U.S. Government UFO Document: “In Camera Affidavit of Eugene F. Yeates, Civil Action No. 8-1562, 9 Oct 80, US District Court for the District of Columbia in the Case of Citizens Against Unidentified Flying Objects Secrecy (CAUS) vs. National Security Agency (NSA), 1980”

Released date: 7 April 2009
Posted date: 12 May 2009
Source of document:
National Security Agency
ATTN: FOIA Office (DJP4)
9800 Savage Road STE 6248
Ft.George G. Meade, MD 20755-6248,
Fax: 443-479-3612
Source: governmentattic.org, U.S.A.

http://www.governmentattic.org/2docs/NSA_YeatesInCameraAffidavit_1980.pdf










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U.S. Government UFO Document: “UFOs and Related Subjects: An Annotated Bibliography, Lynn E. Catoe, Prepared by the Library of Congress, July 1969”

Request date: 9 November 2014
Released date: 12 November 2014
Posted date: 15 December 2014
Source of document:
Defense Technical Information Center(DTIC-R)
ATTN: FOIA Requester Service Center
8725 John J. Kingman Road, Suite 0944
Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-6218
Source: governmentattic.org, U.S.A.

http://www.governmentattic.org/13docs/UFOsRelatedSubjBiblio_Catoe_1969.pdf










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UFO Report: “The 1952 Sighting Wave: Radar-Visual Sightings Establish UFOs As A Serious Mystery”

Created: 15 December 2005
Updated: 4 February 2017
(NICAP.org)
Quote from the web page:
Fran Ridge:
This is a very comprehensive and qualitative effort. Without the help of Rebecca Wise (Project Blue Book Archive), Dan Wilson, Brad Sparks, Jean Waskiewicz, Bill Schroeder and others, this could not have been done. (Items on the Chop clearance list are coded ‘CCL’). But none of this would be complete without the story behind the wave of 1952, as told by none other than Richard Hall.
On March 2, 1950, a Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) meeting focused on establishing goals for a minimum air defense by 1952. The following month at a USAF Commanders Conference at Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico,  planners familiarized commanders with the thinking behind the plan of minimum defense as well as with its contents. Referred to as the Blue Book Plan, it stipulated that a minimum air defense could be in place by mid-1952. It was estimated that July 1, 1952, as the critical date when the Soviets would pose a dangerous threat. General Charles Cabell expected the Soviets to have between 45 and 90 atom bombs and 70 to 135 Tu-4 bombers (copied B-29s) by that time. Was there a nuclear connection between this threat and the massive UFO sighting wave of 1952 and the events over Washingtonin July?
Richard Hall:
The summer 1952 UFO sighting wave was one of the largest of all time, and arguably the most significant of all time in terms of the credible reports and hardcore scientific data obtained. Electromagnetic (EM) effects and physical trace evidence were  more prominent in other waves, but 1952 (and 1953) featured recurring radar detection of UFOs, often from both ground and airborne radar, visual sightings by jet interceptor pilots sent up to pursue the mysterious objects, and cat-and-mouse chases in which the UFOs seemed to toy with the interceptors. Further, Air Force investigators who plotted the sightings noticed that they were concentrated around strategic military bases, and this clearly posed a threat to national security since their origin was unknown. Senior generals in the Air Force concluded that UFOs  were interplanetary in origin, and broadly hinted this belief in LIFE magazine for April 1952.”
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UFO Map: North America 1952
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