AwE130 UFO Clippings
UFO Chicago, not an April joke?
17 May 1897, UFO above Chicago.
The New York Herald continues to send messages — still received "by Commercial Cable" about the odd appearance of odd lights on the sky observed in Chicago. The cities between Omaha and Chicago have been revolting for four weeks already because of the odd light phenomenon that seems to be excellently controlled and rotates in circles and makes all kinds of figures over a half-mile distance. Especially at night, those lights must make a ghostly impression!
Flying saucers centuries old
April 1954, UFOs nothing new.
Nothing new under the sun. A few centuries ago there were also flying saucers (Air phenomenon) described as half Moons but unusually much larger. In nowadays with the news is reporting about Atom, Hydrogen and cobalt bombs, the flying saucers are entirely disappeared from the news. Yet many scientists and military authorities are still concerned about the existence of these phenomena in the air. Some claim that those flying saucers are mere delusions; Others claim it to be an atmospheric state that cause light phenomena; a third sees tests of an "enemy power" or, if necessary, secret tests of their own powers. Still others insist that those flying saucers, or whatever it may be, come from other planets and observe the earth. There are all sorts of stories circulating that here or there such a strange spacecraft would have landed, but whether that is true or not is not so easy to conclude.
Flying saucer in England
24 July 1963, UFO in potato field.
Australian astronomer Dr. Robert Randall, who worked at the Woomera rocket base, believes that a flying saucer may have caused a mysterious hole found in a potato field in Charlton, southern England. That flying saucer could then come from the environment of the planet Uranus, have a diameter of 150 meters and weigh 600 tons. The disk may have hit the ground three times before taking off again, Randall said. The British army is talking about a meteorite or an explosion of an old bomb from the war. (Reuter).
Aliens mapping the Earth
12 October 1954, Leading astronomers in East Africa.
A surprising and uncomfortable statement has been made about the "flying saucers" by one of the most prominent astronomers in East-Africa, the vice-president of: the Astronomical Association of Kenya, G. Duncan Fletcher, after receiving several reports that both Europeans, as Africans and Asians, have observed various types of objects in the air: immobile, buzzing along the horizon with color changes white to red and blue and green; elliptically shaped with elongated protrusions from both ends.
12 December 1950, Photo NS-97.
Here is a picture of the famous flying saucer we reported frequently about the lats years.
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