UFO Sightings in 1950

6 January 1950 - Kansas City, Kansas, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Gray). Explanation: Venus.

6 January 1950 - osaka, Japan -   Object sighted, believed to be astronomical in nature. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported. Explanation: Meteor.

6 January 1950 - Howard, Kansas, USA -   30-60 feet silver football-shaped object. Explanation: Aircraft.

6 January 1950 21:45 - Mundy Point, Virginia , USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses for 30 seconds (Stokes).

6 January 1950 22:30 - Alamogordo, New Mexico, USA -   Star like; slightly larger than planet Venus. Explanation: Star.

7 January 1950 22:15 - Corona, New Mexico, USA -   Yellowish-white ball of light at about 45 elevation changing color to orange with trailing flame. Explanation: Meteor.

8 January 1950 20:40 - Woodward, Oklahoma, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly (Broddus).

8 January 1950 21:00 - New London, Connecticut, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by three witnesses briefly (Dudley).

9 January 1950 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported near a nuclear test site (Sperling). Explanation: Meteor.

9 January 1950 22:20 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Pointed object

9 January 1950 22:25 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

9 January 1950 22:26 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Oval with trail object

10 January 1950 Dawn - Tucumcari, New Mexico, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. More than one object was observed by two witnesses for 20 minutes (Brashears). Explanation: Star.

10 January 1950 Dawn - Amarillo, Texas, USA -   Two objects were observed by one witness (Anderson). Explanation: Star.

10 January 1950 Dawn - Gage, Oklahoma, USA -   A daytime disc was observed by one witness. Explanation: Star.

11 January 1950 - Taku Glacier, Alaska, USA -   Motion pictures. Explanation: Hoax.

11 January 1950 Noon - Ipswich, UK -   Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed by one female witness, an experienced observor (Stubbings).

11 January 1950 19:45 - Norwood, Ohio, USA -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. More than one object was observed by several male witnesses for over 15 minutes (Berger).

12 January 1950 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported at an airfield (Gusich). Explanation: Venus.

12 January 1950 19:00 - Holloman, New Mexico, USA -   Star like object

12 January 1950 23:25 - Gulf Of Mexico, Cuba Nw, Gulf of Mexico -   USAF B-29 incident. Explanation: Malfunct.

13 January 1950 06:05 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Observed a bright white object that changed color to red and green in northern sky. Explanation: Star.

14 January 1950 - Peoria, Illinois, USA -   Editorial, sometimes mentioning Charles Fort.

14 January 1950 - Dalton, Georgia, USA -   An aircraft-like object was observed. One aircraft-like object was observed (Bailey). Explanation: Aircraft.

14 January 1950 16:45 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Fairchild NEPA Employees incident.

15 January 1950 - osaka, Japan -   (Ambiguous location - more than one place with this name). Explanation: Meteor.

15 January 1950 - Argentia, Newfoundland, Canada -   15m diameter saucer rotated just over sea, shot upward as plane passed.

15 January 1950 12:00 - Sierra.Comechingones, Argentina -   Horses reacted first to silvery dirigible craft, like a half-cigar, came over mountains from east.

15 January 1950 Night - Tacoma, Washington, USA -   Several objects were observed by several witnesses.

16 January 1950 - Japan -   Object sighted, believed to be astronomical in nature. One object was observed. Explanation: Hoax.

16 January 1950 21:00 - Portland, Oregon, USA -   Local couple saw light. News services did not pick it up.

17 January 1950 18:30 - Kauai Island, Hawaii, USA -   County officials watch silver disc hover, rise up into clouds.

18 January 1950 06:07 - Tebessa, Algeria -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

18 January 1950 18:19 - Denver, Colorado, USA -   A round reddish-white object tapered aft flying at 15,000 ft. Explanation: Meteor.

18 January 1950 Around 1900 - Summit, New Jersey, USA -   Slow moving disc or ball, no tail, reddish orange and steady in color, to the south.

19 January 1950 08:50 - Hastings, Nebraska, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses for over one minute (Van Osten).

19 January 1950 Noon - Spencer, Indiana, USA -   Telephone Operator incident.

22 January 1950 04:40 - Kodiak, Alaska, USA -   US Navy patrol plane and USS Tillamook encounter a "threatening" radar target and electromagnetic effects

24 January 1950 04:00 - Blackstone, Virginia, USA -   Dark 200-250 feet diameter hemispherical parachute-shaped object

24 January 1950 16:50 - Pope AFB, North Carolina, USA -   Hemisphere with flattened lower part (70-80m diameter). Maneuvered 5 miles away from C-45 transport plane, could not catch up with at 160mph. Object oscillated. Explanation: Balloon.

25 January 1950 06:00 - Bristol, Virginia , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by four witnesses for 30 seconds (Wood).

26 January 1950 16:00 - Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, USA -   Lt. Colonel incident.

28 January 1950 00:00 - Almansa, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported in a town.

29 January 1950 - South Table Mountain, Colorado , USA -   A silvery-green, 20 meters diameter, ovoid object landed.

30 January 1950 - Lima, Peru -   An object was observed. Electromagnetic effects were noted. Multiple independent witnesses. One object was observed.

In February 1950 - Various Locations, Washington, USA -   A mysterious explosion was reported. An unidentifiable object and its occupants were observed at close range.

In February 1950 - Sandia Base, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported at a military facility (Burhans). Explanation: Meteor.

31 January 1950 - Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA -   Three feet red and white elliptical object. Explanation: Flare.

In February 1950 02:00 - Dunnville, Ontario, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness briefly (Lee).

In February 1950 Daytime - Massachusetts, USA -   USN F6F-5 Hellcat incident.

1 February 1950 17:00 - Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona , USA -   ATC incident.

1 February 1950 Night - St John'S, Newfoundland, Canada -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses for 12 seconds (Walsh).

2 February 1950 - Tucson, Arizona, USA -   Object trailing smoke

3 February 1950 21:00 - North Bay, Ontario, Canada -   Numerous witnesses. two blue 2.5m discs circled town for several minutes. Descriptions varied.

4 February 1950 16:15 - Duluth, Minnesota, USA -   One object was observed by one witness for 18 seconds (Magie).

5 February 1950 17:10 - Teaticket, Massachusetts, USA -   Two thin, illuminated cylinders

7 February 1950 - Otto, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by military witnesses. Explanation: Meteor.

7 February 1950 19:45 - Tucumcari, New Mexico, USA -   Fireball white object

7 February 1950 19:50 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA -   Round elongated trail object. Explanation: Meteor.

8 February 1950 15:00 - Berthelot, Algeria -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Three objects were observed.

8 February 1950 21:30 - San Leandro, California , USA -   30 feet diameter cone over shoreline and Alameda Naval Yard, 5000 feet altitude. One witness thought it was plane with engine trouble. Explanation: Aircraft.

8 February 1950 23:45 - Tampa, Florida, USA -   300 feet long 30 feet wide rocket-shaped object. Explanation: Meteor.

11 February 1950 Dusk - Pacific Grove, California , USA -   A daytime disc was observed by one female witness (Kays).

13 February 1950 00:30 - San Martin, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

13 February 1950 00:30 - Villa Ballester, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

13 February 1950 00:30 - Lanus, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

13 February 1950 00:30 - Buenos Aires, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

13 February 1950 21:00 - Norre Nebel, Denmark -   Disc over farm, maneuvered, vanished in a flash. Second disc passed over area. See references AFU Sweden.

13 February 1950 23:30 - Zaragoza, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

14 February 1950 00:30 - Rosario, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

14 February 1950 09:30 - Wattens, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported.

15 February 1950 15:30 - Sandia, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

16 February 1950 Night - Mount Hamilton, California , USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported at an observatory (Shane).

17 February 1950 Dawn - Alcoy, Spain -   A daytime disc was reported.

18 February 1950 - Kobenhavn, Denmark -   Objects were sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. Two objects were observed (Sandersen).

18 February 1950 05:10 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Round to cone shape object. Explanation: Star.

18 February 1950 05:20 - Duvall Sw2M, Washington, USA -   Farmer saw bright Nocturnal light fly to the east, blinking on and off slowly. Suddenly made a zigzagging departure.

19 February 1950 07:20 - Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania -   Photo of structured object

20 February 1950 05:30 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Round object. Explanation: Star.

20 February 1950 Around 2000 - Leutasch, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Ahrens).

20 February 1950 Around 2200 - Innsbruck, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

21 February 1950 04:55 - Durban, South Africa -   Dark red torpedo flies slowly. Seen by three in truck and several others.

22 February 1950 - Key West NAS, Florida, USA -   Pilots and others, saw two objects over town, type unknown. 50 mile (?) altitude by radar. Attempt to intercept.

22 February 1950 00:00 - Acilia, Italy -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Mineo).

22 February 1950 Daytime - Pinckneyville, Illinois, USA -   Two in private plane sight disc, 60 feet diameter, flying at 5000-6000 feet altitude. Shoots away as plane gets near.

23 February 1950 - Arturo Prat, Antarctica -   An object was observed. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One object was observed on the ice.

24 February 1950 13:15 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Spherical object

24 February 1950 13:15 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Saucer shaped object

24 February 1950 13:45 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   White, kept flashing like mirror in sun object

24 February 1950 13:55 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA -   UFO observed over Los Alamos

24 February 1950 13:55 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA -   Round; compared in size to upper dark portion of moon

24 February 1950 14:00 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA -   Project Blue Book "unidentified" case. Airport weathermen with theodolite viewed white ovoid for 90 seconds.

24 February 1950 19:30 - Datil, New Mexico, USA -   Photographed a circular luminous object. Explanation: Planet.

25 February 1950 - Skane, Sweden -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by several witnesses for 30 minutes.

25 February 1950 01:20 - New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA -   Silent shiny 1m wide glowing saucer hovered 300m over city incinerator, flew off rapidly to the northwest

25 February 1950 02:00 - Datil, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

25 February 1950 13:15 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   AESS Inspectors incident.

25 February 1950 15:45 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

25 February 1950 15:45 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Circular object

25 February 1950 15:50 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Metallic object

25 February 1950 15:55 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   AEC Investigators sighted cylinder with tapered ends, silver and flashing

25 February 1950 16:55 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

In late February 1950 Around 2100 - Anson, Maine, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, larger than a star, was observed by one witness for several minutes (Manter).

25 February 1950 21:15 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA -   Tear drop; three times size of shooting star. Explanation: Meteor.

25 February 1950 Night - Jamesburg, New Jersey, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Horan).

25 February 1950 Night - Paso Hondo, Mexico -   Panic as spiral cones pass over town. Give off sparks and smoke, make whistling sound.

27 February 1950 02:30 - Jamesburg, New Jersey, USA -   Metallic saucer ringed with lights, hovered low, suddenly took off with a swish.

28 February 1950 - Messina, Italy -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Nine objects were observed.

In March 1950 - St Raphael, France -   Photo

In March 1950 - Algorta, Spain -   One disc was observed on a river for over one minute.

In March 1950 - Ethiopia -   Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.

In March 1950 - Mina Hassam Tani, Morocco -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.

In March 1950 - Mexico City, Mexico -   An object was observed. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One object was observed by more than two witnesses (Davis).

In March 1950 - Chile -   Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.

In March 1950 - Cyprus -   Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.

In March 1950 - Heliopolis, Gre, Egypt -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

In March 1950 - Pacific -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

In March 1950 - Italy -   Flying discs were observed. Five discs, the size of the moon, were observed.

In March 1950 - Ankara, Turkey -   Flying discs were observed. Six discs were observed by one witness (Arik).

In March 1950 - Buenos Aires, Argentina -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.

In March 1950 - Sidi Snimane, Morocco -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.

In March 1950 - Messina, Italy -   Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed by a male witness.

In March 1950 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil -   Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.

In March 1950 - Jordan -   Flying discs were observed. Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.

28 February 1950 - Buckton, New York, USA -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. An object was observed at close range by a male witness (McGee).

In March 1950 - Guadalajara, Mexico -   Procession of objects. Big wave of UFO reports.

In March 1950 01:30 - Orange, France -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentifiable object and its occupants were observed at close range.

In March 1950 05:17 - La Javie, France -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed.

In March 1950 05:50 - Langerbrugge, Belgium -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

28 February 1950 09:00 - Santa Maria.Corco, Spain -   One object was observed by numerous witnesses for two hours.

28 February 1950 09:30 - Vich, Spain -   One object was observed by more than six witnesses for over three minutes.

28 February 1950 09:30 - Vich, Spain -   One object was observed by more than six witnesses for over three minutes.

In March 1950 10:30 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   A daytime disc was reported.

In March 1950 Daytime - Dublin, Ireland -   Photo

In March 1950 16:00 - Chinhoyi E, Zimbabwe -   Silent 20m diameter metallic disc to the south, 500m altitude, stops, turns rapidly to the west.

In March 1950 20:25 - Las Catalinas, Argentina -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object, about 20 feet across, was observed by six witnesses on a farm for 20 minutes (Girotti).

In March 1950 Night - Barranquilla, Colombia -   Several discs, the size of the moon, were observed.

In March 1950 Night - Montuiri, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

1 March 1950 - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA -   Military and civilian radars, visual reports of object at between 40,000 feet and 80,000'. No planes scheduled for area. Explanation: Mirage.

1 March 1950 Daytime - Chihuahua Apt, Mexico -   Metallic disc hovers over city and airport at 5km altitude, the flies away rapidly to the south.

2 March 1950 - Long Beach, California , USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. An unidentified object moving in a straight trajectory across the sky was observed by two witnesses for two hours.

2 March 1950 - China -   Procession of objects. Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Many objects were observed.

2 March 1950 - Mediterranean -   Procession of objects. Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Many objects were observed.

2 March 1950 - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA -   An object was tracked by radar. An unidentified object was tracked by radar near a nuclear test site. Explanation: Mirage.

2 March 1950 23:30 - Tonantzintla, Schmidt Observat, Mexico -   Astronomers incident.

3 March 1950 - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA -   An object was tracked by radar. An unidentified object was tracked by radar near a nuclear test site. Explanation: Aircraft.

3 March 1950 Around 1500 - Chihuahua, Mexico -   A daytime disc was reported.

3 March 1950 23:05 - Selfridge AFB, Michigan, USA -   An intense, dull yellowish light descend vertically

4 March 1950 Around 0200 - Tessalit, Mali -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by six military witnesses for over one minute.

4 March 1950 16:15 - Hamilton, Texas, USA -   One object was observed by four witnesses briefly (Jeschke).

4 March 1950 Night - Lisboa, Portugal -   One object was observed by several witnesses.

5 March 1950 - Ometepec, Mexico -   Airline Pilots incident.

5 March 1950 01:30 - Saltsburg Hwy80, Pennsylvania, USA -   Ex-USAF Officer incident.

5 March 1950 07:00 - Gering, Nebraska, USA -   25' Nocturnal light at low altitude. Changes shape, extremely bright. Maneuvers, goes to the southeast.

5 March 1950 11:35 - Vaughn, New Mexico, USA -   Round object. Explanation: Venus.

5 March 1950 22:00 - Houston, Texas, USA -   Metallic disc hovered, darted about. Jumped into clouds, trailed ribbon, went to the east.

5 March 1950 Night - Denver, Colorado , USA -   One object was observed by one witness for over four minutes.

5 March 1950 Night - Bloomfield, New Mexico, USA -   Object paces car, driver stops car. Dark 5' diameter disc circles car and rapid speed.

6 March 1950 - Fort Bliss, Texas, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported at a military facility (Arant). Explanation: Venus.

6 March 1950 05:05 - Houston, Texas, USA -   Hovered.

6 March 1950 05:48 - Gotzis, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Peyerl).

6 March 1950 Daytime - Dallas NAS, Texas, USA -   One object was observed by one witness at an airfield briefly (Edmundson).

6 March 1950 22:00 - Guadalajara S, Mexico -   Hunters incident.

7 March 1950 - Dallas Field, Texas, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 150 feet across, was observed at an airfield.

7 March 1950 - Durango, Mexico -   Passing disc stops for two hours. Source: Los Angeles Times.

7 March 1950 Daytime - Tunis, Tunisia -   One object was observed by several witnesses for over one minute (Blanc).

7 March 1950 Afternoon - Ciudad Real, Spain -   One object was observed by one witness.

7 March 1950 21:30 - Reutte, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

8 March 1950 - Mazatlan, Mexico -   Naval Cmdr incident.

8 March 1950 04:00 - Pompaples, Switzerland -   Procession of objects. Explanation: Re-entry.

8 March 1950 10:20 - Dayton, Ohio, USA -   Kerr/Miller/Rabenek Case. A shiny disc, 150 feet across, was tracked by radar and observed in cloudy weather from the ground and the air by over 20 independent male military witnesses at an airport over a five hour span. Official explanation: Venus.

8 March 1950 12:00 - Kufstein, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported.

8 March 1950 23:45 - Van Nuys, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 80 feet across, was observed by four witnesses (Coffman).

9 March 1950 10:00 - Santiago, Cuba -   Ground and airliner witnesses. Disc tracked with theodolite.

9 March 1950 Afternoon - Deming, New Mexico, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by a male witness for several hours. Explanation: Planet.

9 March 1950 17:45 - Pasadena Rose Bowl, California , USA -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One object was observed by a male witness in a stadium (Vista). A bigheaded being was seen. Explanation: Hoax.

9 March 1950 18:30 - Mars Bluff, South Carolina, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by several witnesses for over 15 minutes (Wallace). Explanation: Aircraft.

9 March 1950 19:10 - Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness for several minutes (Kirstine).

9 March 1950 19:10 - Ponoka, Alberta, Canada -   Meteor-like objects were observed. More than one object was observed by one witness briefly (Jenkins).

9 March 1950 19:45 - Selfridge AFB, Michigan, USA -   Air defense ground radar tracking of an object erratically varying height and speed. Explanation: Balloon.

9 March 1950 20:00 - Norwood, Ohio, USA -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. More than one object was observed by 11 witnesses for 55 minutes (Berger).

9 March 1950 21:00 - Bruxelles, Belgium -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Nocturnal lights were observed by several witnesses.

10 March 1950 - Bethel, Connecticut, USA -   A cigar-shaped object was observed. One cigar-shaped object was observed by one witness (Vaghi). Explanation: Psych.

10 March 1950 - Denver, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed (Hayden).

10 March 1950 - Tessalit, Sahara Desert, Mali -   Huge circular shadow on ground, near plane's shadow.

10 March 1950 - Cuidad Juarez, Mexico -   Top-shaped disc rapidly to the north.

10 March 1950 07:00 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada -   Meteor-like objects were observed. Three objects were observed by one witness briefly (Richards; Stoddart).

10 March 1950 Around 1200 - Guerrero, Mexico -   A daytime disc was reported.

10 March 1950 12:35 - Leon, Mexico -   A daytime disc was reported.

10 March 1950 Afternoon - San Francisco, California , USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. One object was observed by one witness. Explanation: Planet.

10 March 1950 17:30 - Burbank, California , USA -   Near Lockheed works, spoked wheel object flew quickly rapidly to the south from Tujunga.

10 March 1950 18:00 - Phoenix Se, Indian School Road, Arizona , USA -   Oval aluminum object hung in sky, 40,000 feet altitude, estimated 200 feet diameter, tapering to narrow proportions at rear. Moved with red fire trail 100 feet long, no condensation trail. Gone in 4-5 seconds.

10 March 1950 18:00 - Phoenix, Arizona, USA -   Oval or oblong object

10 March 1950 18:20 - Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA -   Saucer hovered over this town and Columbia, Florence, and Sally, SC. Sped away. Explanation: Meteor.

10 March 1950 19:00 - Norwood, Ohio, USA -   Huge UFO reported in searchlight. May have risen to avoid beam.

10 March 1950 19:50 - Gallup, New Mexico, USA -   One object was observed by three witnesses for over three minutes (Romero).

10 March 1950 Night - Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness briefly (Stark).

11 March 1950 - Biggs AFB, Texas, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. One object was observed at an airfield for over 15 minutes (Alford; Antorena; Herrara; Ziegler). Explanation: Venus.

11 March 1950 - Hawthorne, California , USA -   Photo. Explanation: Hoax.

11 March 1950 - Mexico City Apt, Mexico -   Viewed through telescope. Some see many discs, other just 1.

11 March 1950 01:00 - Holloman Afb Sw, New Mexico, USA -   Radar photo. Provost Marshall reports huge meteor, changes color, lasts for 5 minutes.

11 March 1950 01:00 - Holloman, New Mexico, USA -   Ping pong ball-shaped object

11 March 1950 09:00 - Andrews, Texas, USA -   One object was observed by over 100 witnesses for several hours (Burleson). Explanation: Planet.

11 March 1950 10:00 - Punta Arenas, Chile -   18cm sphere at 5400m altitude for three hours. Crossed sky to the west. Source: Los Angeles Times. Explanation: Venus.

11 March 1950 21:00 - Nogales N4M, Arizona , USA -   36 objects were observed by one witness (Beyerley).

11 March 1950 21:00 - Chualar, California , USA -   Car buzzed by brilliant blue disc. Object does loops, shot off rapidly to the south. Many calls.

12 March 1950 - Monterrey, Mexico -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed (Hunt).

12 March 1950 - Calexico, Mexico -   Crescent shaped objects circling very high above city, seen by mayor and many others. Later a round object seen, may have been weather balloon.

12 March 1950 Daytime - Hawthorne, California , USA -   Photo

12 March 1950 14:00 - Pacific City, Oregon, USA -   Photo of turtle-shell shaped object, moved south to north over ocean. 6 portholes in bottom. Did not spin.

12 March 1950 15:30 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA -   One object was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Lucero).

12 March 1950 19:10 - Columbus, Montana, USA -   Featureless cigar flames as it flew to the northwest. Separate weatherman reported seeing saucer.

12 March 1950 19:15 - Carey, Idaho, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses for several minutes (Rhodes). Explanation: Meteor.

12 March 1950 19:15 - Blackfoot, Idaho, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Martindale).

12 March 1950 19:15 - Sun Valley, Idaho, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by 52 witnesses briefly.

12 March 1950 19:25 - American Falls, Idaho, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Hortin).

12 March 1950 22:00 - Falfurrias, Texas, USA -   Plain 4m wide disc circled at 300m altitude, flew off rapidly to the southwest toward Mexico.

12 March 1950 23:00 - Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA -   Two disc shaped objects over highway in front of car. Witness terrified.

13 March 1950 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.

13 March 1950 - Penon De Los Banos, Mexico -   "Spaceship" equipped with propeller lands (9m diameter). Pilot converses in Spanish language, message: they will colonize after we destroy, odor of sulphur.

13 March 1950 - Shiraz, Iran -   Death

13 March 1950 05:00 - Clarksburg, California , USA -   Glowing light descends, hovers with swaying motion, makes droning sound, stays for 15 minutes.

13 March 1950 06:05 - Denver, Colorado , USA -   One object was observed by four witnesses (Dunn; Padilla).

13 March 1950 11:00 - Puerto Montt, Chile -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed. Explanation: Planet.

13 March 1950 12:00 - Montreal N300M, Quebec, Canada -   Pilot incident.

13 March 1950 22:00 - Eunice, New Mexico, USA -   Dull red glowing disc flew to the east over oilfield at 150m altitude, made 90 degree turn at 1600 kph.

13 March 1950 Night - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA -   One object was observed by one witness (Hendricks; Hutto).

13 March 1950 23:40 - Dundurn N1M, Saskatchewan, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses for several minutes (Elliott; Evans). Explanation: Meteor.

14 March 1950 - Piggott, Arkansas, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Taylor). Explanation: Balloon.

14 March 1950 - Monterrey, Mexico -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Two objects were observed.

14 March 1950 - Kailua, Hawaii, USA -   Farm worker sights silver disc, it has trailing it smaller shining streaks. Flies southeast rapidly to the northwest.

14 March 1950 12:00 - Santa Fe Ne16Km, New Mexico, USA -   Hovered. Teenager saw huge shiny sphere hover over mountains. Made sudden burst of speed rapidly to the northeast.

14 March 1950 13:00 - Veghenza, Italy -   6m diameter metallic saucer with legs. 6 4' humanoids climb ladders, gesture. Take off moving rapidly to the northeast .

14 March 1950 22:30 - Arcachon, France -   One object, the size of the moon, was observed by one witness for over four minutes (Serre).

14 March 1950 Night - Mexico City Apt, Mexico -   Private Pilot incident.

14 March 1950 23:30 - Pacific Beach, Washington, USA -   Object maneuvers erratically for about 5 minutes.

15 March 1950 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.

15 March 1950 10:23 - Aspres.Buech, France -   Hovered.

15 March 1950 10:47 - Orange, France -   French Air Force Vampire incident.

In mid-March 1950 Around 1100 - Worcester, Massachusetts, USA -   Two objects were observed by one witness (Orsi).

15 March 1950 12:50 - Prestonsburg, Kentucky, USA -   Loud roar when three starlike discs slow down and maneuver. two more seen later.

15 March 1950 Daytime - Algorta, Spain -   A daytime disc was reported.

15 March 1950 18:15 - Clearfield N Hwy153, Pennsylvania, USA -   Electromagnetic effect: car battery discharges. Gray object 350 feet altitude, 100 feet diameter, trailing a streamer 200 feet long. three concentric sections underneath, slowly rotating inner ring. 160 other witnesses.

15 March 1950 22:00 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA -   Five ovoids flew fast in formation, white or aluminum in color. Seen for 10 seconds.

15 March 1950 23:30 - La Roche.Yon 10K, France -   A hovering object was observed. One object, about 1 foot across, was observed by three witnesses for 20 minutes.

16 March 1950 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. One object was observed. Explanation: Planet.

16 March 1950 - Denver, Colorado , USA -   Hovered.

16 March 1950 - Miraflores, Peru -   Swiss engineer and family saw glowing disc stop overhead for 5 minutes, then continued rapidly to the north.

16 March 1950 - La Paz, Bolivia -   Two and glowing discs to the northeast overhead and away. Local news coverage.

16 March 1950 04:00 - Delhi, Ontario, Canada -   "Extra Moon" jerked around sky generally heading rapidly to the south. Quite fast.

16 March 1950 Morning - Spa, Belgium -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Nocturnal lights were observed by several witnesses.

16 March 1950 10:00 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   Oval and oblong object

16 March 1950 10:15 - Santiago, Cuba -   Cuban Aviation incident. Explanation: Planet.

16 March 1950 11:00 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   Flat spheroid object

16 March 1950 11:55 - Dallas, Texas, USA -   A disk-shaped UFO buzzes a high-flying B-36

16 March 1950 13:00 - San Jose Purua, Mexico -   American tourist films double truncated cone, film lost.

16 March 1950 17:45 - Colorado Springs, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted by mutliple independent witnesses, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by a male witness at a mountain for 30 minutes (Wright).

17 March 1950 - Mexico City, Mexico -   Plane chases 30m diameter disc at 10km altitude. Seen by aircrew and four pilots on the ground.

17 March 1950 - Crescentino, Italy -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by several witnesses.

17 March 1950 - Sweden -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by one experienced male witness for a few seconds (Martensson).

17 March 1950 - Ankara, Turkey -   Six bluish white discs turn in sky, suddenly shoot straight up and gone.

17 March 1950 03:07 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Orange and green object

17 March 1950 03:07 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

17 March 1950 03:08 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

17 March 1950 03:10 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Spherical object

17 March 1950 03:10 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Reddish then green object

17 March 1950 04:45 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

17 March 1950 10:15 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   The entire population of Farmington sees hundreds of UFO's fly by for an hour. Explanation: Balloon.

17 March 1950 11:35 - Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA -   Hovered.

17 March 1950 13:12 - Ironton, Michigan, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses at a lake for seven minutes (Shantz).

17 March 1950 15:00 - Tucumcari, New Mexico, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Many objects were observed by numerous witnesses in a town for 30 minutes.

17 March 1950 15:00 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   One object was observed by three witnesses near a nuclear test site for 105 minutes.

17 March 1950 16:30 - Little Rock, Arkansas, USA -   Pilots incident. Explanation: Aircraft.

17 March 1950 23:00 - Mount Vernon, Washington, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly (Plissie).

18 March 1950 - San Bernardino, California , USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.

18 March 1950 - Erie, Pennsylvania, USA -   Hovered.

18 March 1950 - Livorno Volterra, Italy -   Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed by several witnesses.

18 March 1950 08:40 - Bradford, Illinois, USA -   Bonanza Pilot incident. Explanation: Aircraft.

18 March 1950 10:30 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   "Countless" number of saucers, performed aerobatics, flew at over 1000 mph.

18 March 1950 11:30 - Atlanta Municipal Airpt, Georgia, USA -   Six airline pilots on the ground report silent aluminum disc moving rapidly to the southwest at 6000-7000 feet altitude, makes impossible clim.

18 March 1950 12:15 - Ironwood, Michigan, USA -   Hovered.

18 March 1950 15:45 - Montevideo, Uruguay -   A daytime disc was reported.

18 March 1950 18:30 - Lago Argentino, Argentina -   Four tall men were seen within a landed aluminum-looking craft.

18 March 1950 Evening - Leuven, Belgium -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Nocturnal lights were observed by several witnesses.

19 March 1950 13:00 - Orland Park, Illinois, USA -   Photo. Explanation: Aircraft.

19 March 1950 13:00 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Four objects were observed by five witnesses in a city for a few seconds (Moore).

19 March 1950 Afternoon - Chehalis, Washington, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Boorman).

19 March 1950 17:45 - Colorado Springs, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted by mutliple independent witnesses, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by numerous witnesses.

19 March 1950 18:15 - Guijuelo, Spain -   One object was observed by two witnesses in a town for over three minutes.

20 March 1950 - New York, New York, USA -   A lunar anomaly was observed. An unidentified object moving in a straight trajectory across the sky was observed by a male witness (Underhill, I). Explanation: Moon.

20 March 1950 02:30 - La Serena Estacion, Chile -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

20 March 1950 09:00 - Clovis, New Mexico, USA -   Spherical then elongated object flying at 2,000 mph

20 March 1950 11:50 - Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA -   Two objects were observed by two witnesses (Gallegos).

20 March 1950 12:30 - Greenwood, Missouri, USA -   CSA incident.

20 March 1950 Afternoon - Houston, Texas, USA -   More than eight objects were observed by one witness for two minutes (Jeanes; Smith).

20 March 1950 20:00 - Villach, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

20 March 1950 Evening - Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA -   More than one object was observed by two witnesses (Ortiz).

20 March 1950 21:26 - Memphis, Arkansas, USA -   Airline Pilots incident.

20 March 1950 Night - San Vicente, Chile -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

20 March 1950 23:00 - Asiago, Italy -   One object was observed by a male witness.

21 March 1950 - Yumbel, Chile -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported. Explanation: Meteor.

21 March 1950 00:30 - Gainchurizqueta, Spain -   Landed remotely.

21 March 1950 03:00 - General Belgrano, Argentina -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

21 March 1950 03:00 - Cordoba, Argentina -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

21 March 1950 04:30 - Zaragoza, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

21 March 1950 Morning - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses near a nuclear test site (Griffin).

21 March 1950 10:00 - Rapid City, South Dakota, USA -   A daytime disc was reported in a city for two minutes.

21 March 1950 11:30 - Barra.Douro, Portugal -   A daytime disc was observed by a male witness.

21 March 1950 Daytime - Idyllwild, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by 100 witnesses for four hours (Elder).

21 March 1950 13:00 - Sandia, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

21 March 1950 13:00 - Kirtland AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

21 March 1950 13:15 - Sandia, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

21 March 1950 13:20 - Sandia, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

21 March 1950 15:00 - Miranda Del Ebro, Spain -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by more than three witnesses.

21 March 1950 15:35 - Houston, Texas, USA -   Seven objects were observed by one witness for five minutes (Bradley; Rhodes).

22 March 1950 05:50 - Villarta de San Juan, Spain -   Two industrialists saw bright cloud-like object while driving, emitting very bright light. Appeared to collide with object, seen again 20 times during drive.

22 March 1950 10:00 - Sandia, New Mexico, USA -   Round like ball from roman candle object

22 March 1950 11:00 - Kirtland AFB, New Mexico, USA -   4925th Test Group Sees flying wing object

22 March 1950 12:10 - White River Junction, Vermont, USA -   One object was observed by 20 witnesses for ten minutes (Grant).

22 March 1950 12:45 - Rutland, Vermont, USA -   Two objects were observed by several witnesses (Cozzi). Explanation: Reflection.

22 March 1950 13:00 - Escuela Aviacion, Chile -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed for 90 minutes. Explanation: Planet.

22 March 1950 Daytime - Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada -   Several objects were observed by one witness (Linfield).

22 March 1950 Daytime - Tarragona, Spain -   A daytime disc was reported.

22 March 1950 Afternoon - Berlin, Germany -   A daytime disc was reported.

22 March 1950 18:15 - Hasselt, Belgium -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by several witnesses for several minutes (Gerard).

22 March 1950 19:30 - Brainerd, Minnesota, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Holmstrom).

22 March 1950 19:45 - Keewatin, Ontario, Canada -   One object, about 2 feet across, was observed by one witness (Morden).

22 March 1950 Night - Madrid, Spain -   More than two objects were observed by several witnesses.

22 March 1950 After 2300 - Honolulu, Hawaii, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by numerous witnesses for six seconds (Onama).

23 March 1950 - Idyllwild Apt, California , USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Eight objects, about 40 feet across, were observed at an airport.

23 March 1950 - Jacksonville Nw85M, Florida, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by military witnesses. Explanation: Meteor.

23 March 1950 04:00 - La Buitrera, Colombia -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

23 March 1950 04:30 - Zaragoza, Spain -   One object was observed by one witness for a few seconds.

23 March 1950 09:00 - Pensacola, Florida, USA -   One metallic disc was observed at a military facility for 30 minutes.

23 March 1950 12:30 - Asti, Italy -   A daytime disc was reported (Larizza).

23 March 1950 Daytime - Yuma, Arizona , USA -   UFO hovered 20,000', left at high speed moving rapidly to the east.

23 March 1950 13:40 - Iquique, Chile -   A daytime disc was reported. Explanation: Planet.

23 March 1950 18:45 - El Moudzine, Morocco -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed for a few seconds.

23 March 1950 22:50 - Hoersching, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Simon).

23 March 1950 Night - Havana (La Habana), Cuba -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

23 March 1950 Night - Jalapa Enriquez, Mexico -   Mexican newspaper reports at least 300 discs were zooming around above the city.

24 March 1950 - Willows, California , USA -   A flying disc was observed. One silver disc was observed for ten minutes.

24 March 1950 Morning - Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA -   One object was observed by 20 witnesses briefly (Coco).

24 March 1950 13:25 - Eisden, Belgium -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by three male witnesses at a mine for over one minute (Maes; Peters).

24 March 1950 Around 1500 - Sioux City, Iowa, USA -   One object was observed by one witness.

24 March 1950 15:10 - Sandia Mtns, New Mexico, USA -   One object was observed by four military witnesses at a military facility for five minutes. Explanation: Balloon.

24 March 1950 Night - Jerseyville, Mo, Illinois, USA -   Object glowed with bluish-white light, appeared to remain stationary 2-3 minutes.

25 March 1950 - Indian Springs, Nevada, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

25 March 1950 - North Hollywood, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One ovoid object was observed by one witness in the suburbs for two minutes (Swinton).

25 March 1950 - Penaranda.Duero, Spain -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by a group of witnesses (Ananz).

In late March 1950 02:00 - Tallahassee, Florida, USA -   One object was observed by one witness (Davis).

25 March 1950 02:20 - Valdehuncar, Spain -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by three experienced male witnesses (Obejero).

25 March 1950 03:00 - Balearic Islands, Spain -   A flying disc was observed and photographed. One disc was observed by one male witness.

25 March 1950 03:00 - Palma.Majorca, Spain -   Photo of oval object emitting curved rays of light.

25 March 1950 10:30 - Paterna, Spain -   A daytime disc was reported on the shore.

25 March 1950 12:00 - Barcelona, Spain -   More than one object was observed by several witnesses on the shore for over 15 minutes.

25 March 1950 Afternoon - San Martin De Los Andes, Argentina -   A daytime disc was reported (Franke).

25 March 1950 22:02 - Wien (Vienna), Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

25 March 1950 Night - New York, New York, USA -   One object was observed by numerous witnesses.

26 March 1950 - Beyrouth, Germany -   Flying discs were observed. Three discs were observed.

26 March 1950 - Acre, Israel -   Lebanese Airliner incident.

26 March 1950 09:45 - Zugspitze, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).

26 March 1950 10:00 - National Airport W, Virginia , USA -   Man dives private plane toward 40 feet wide metallic disc. Disc ascended vertically into clouds, then rapidly to the east.

26 March 1950 11:15 - Brunswick, Georgia, USA -   Three and two discs, silver colored. Flew at 30,000 feet altitude at over 1800 mph. Explanation: Aircraft.

26 March 1950 Daytime - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA -   More than two objects were observed by seven witnesses for a few seconds.

26 March 1950 Daytime - Fairfax County, Virginia , USA -   Private Pilot / Retired USAF incident.

26 March 1950 Afternoon - Jaen, Spain -   One object was observed by one witness.

26 March 1950 19:00 - Los Barrios, Nr Algeciras, Spain -   Rancher saw flying disc as it flew east rapidly to the west, about one second. Source: ABC News (Spain).

26 March 1950 20:50 - Reno, Nevada, USA -   Hovered.

27 March 1950 - Chicago, Illinois, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.

27 March 1950 - Fairfax, Dc, Virginia , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 20 feet across, was observed.

27 March 1950 06:00 - Torredonjimeno, Spain -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses.

27 March 1950 06:16 - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA -   Shot straight up.

27 March 1950 09:45 - Zugspitze, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).

27 March 1950 10:30 - Motubu, Japan -   Project Blue Book "unidentified" case.

27 March 1950 10:30 - Okinawa, Japan -   Tracked stationary target on radar at 18 miles range for ten minutes

27 March 1950 Afternoon - Madrid, Spain -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses.

27 March 1950 15:30 - Bludenz, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported.

27 March 1950 18:30 - Algorta, Spain -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses.

27 March 1950 20:45 - St Pankraz, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

27 March 1950 Night - Goshen, Indiana, USA -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. An unidentifiable object was observed at close range.

27 March 1950 23:00 - Worland N, Wyoming, USA -   Five in car saw saucer hovering over sulphur plant. It flew away as car got near. It had a row of blue lights.

27 March 1950 Night - Berlin, Germany -   Astronomers incident.

28 March 1950 - Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Romite). Explanation: Balloon.

28 March 1950 - Digne 10K, France -   Ummo incident.

28 March 1950 - Riva, Italy -   A flying disc was observed. It departed by rapidly flying straight up until lost to sight. One disc, about 2 feet across, was observed.

28 March 1950 - Caracas Nw, Venezuela -   Venezuelan Airlines Dc3 incident.

28 March 1950 03:20 - Eureka, California , USA -   One yellow cylinder was observed on the shore for eight minutes.

28 March 1950 10:05 - Zugspitze, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).

28 March 1950 10:45 - Bludenz, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported.

28 March 1950 11:50 - Longmont, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by several witnesses for several hours (Overturf).

28 March 1950 11:55 - Amarillo, Texas, USA -   Silver disc parked in sky for 10 minutes. Shot straight up until out of sight.

28 March 1950 Daytime - Morton, Washington, USA -   Contactee meets 45 apparently human looking Venusians. Took him on trip for 40 hours. Photo of craft did not come out. Witness disappears 1955. Explanation: Hoax.

28 March 1950 15:15 - Santiago, Chile -   White object through binoculars flying at extreme altitude and speed

28 March 1950 Dusk - Hibbing, Minnesota, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Larsen). Explanation: Meteor.

28 March 1950 Around 1900 - Shabaqua, Ontario, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Makinen).

28 March 1950 19:30 - Fort William, Ontario, Canada -   One object, about 5 feet across, was observed by several witnesses for a few seconds (Cambly; Gould; Wirstiuk).

28 March 1950 19:30 - Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada -   One object was observed by more than two witnesses.

28 March 1950 19:35 - Kawene, Ontario, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness (Rusnak).

28 March 1950 19:35 - Ouimet, Ontario, Canada -   One object was observed.

28 March 1950 19:37 - Atikokan, Ontario, Canada -   One object, about 80 feet across, was observed by one witness (Taylor; White).

28 March 1950 19:40 - South Gillies, Ontario, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness for a few minutes (Kamstra).

28 March 1950 19:45 - Escanaba, Michigan, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (Fleury; Siebert; Snow; Strickling).

28 March 1950 21:30 - Oakland, California , USA -   Smoke. Luminous white ball left behind white smoke. Fast and slow circles, the rapidly to the east.

28 March 1950 22:00 - Ceglie Messapico, Italy -   80cm wide lenticular disc takes off vertically. Possible balloon?

28 March 1950 Night - Falascuso, Italy -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Nacci).

28 March 1950 Night - Cagliari, Italy -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

29 March 1950 00:45 - Almansa, Spain -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object, about 10 feet across, was observed by one experienced male witness at a building (Gonzalvo). Explanation: EM.

29 March 1950 07:00 - Marrowbone Lake, Tennessee, USA -   Two fishing in boat. three black discs maneuvered in unison 75m altitude, below clouds.

29 March 1950 07:00 - Marrowhode Lake, Tennessee, USA -   6-12 dark objects shaped like 300-lb. bombs

29 March 1950 08:30 - La Palma del Condado, Spain -   Square object hovered and made wild maneuvers.

29 March 1950 10:30 - Albany, California , USA -   Teenager saw white spinning cone at 150m altitude. Blue streaks on bottom, rapidly to the east. Source: Oakland Tribune.

29 March 1950 11:20 - Villafria, Spain -   First the tower heard sounds like an incoming unexpected plane, then saucer buzzed tower. Shot up and away rapidly to the east at 1800kph.

29 March 1950 12:00 - Las Salinas, Chile -   A daytime disc was reported.

29 March 1950 13:00 - Quilpue, Chile -   A daytime disc was reported.

29 March 1950 Daytime - Coalbank Hill, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by four witnesses for a few seconds (Paisley).

29 March 1950 Daytime - Austin, Texas, USA -   Flat silver featureless disc hovered for three seconds, then rapidly to the northeast.

29 March 1950 14:55 - Ironwood Apt, Michigan, USA -   One object was observed by seven witnesses at an airport (Christensen).

29 March 1950 19:00 - Ethel S, California , USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (McVicar; Saubert).

29 March 1950 19:20 - Eureka, California , USA -   One object was observed by several witnesses.

29 March 1950 21:00 - San Diego, California , USA -   One orange light was observed in a city for over three minutes.

29 March 1950 22:10 - Union Point, Georgia, USA -   Three members of train crew watch round object hover for 10 minutes, orange glow.

29 March 1950 Night - Barcelona, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

29 March 1950 Night - Fort William, Ontario, Canada -   Brilliant fireball with no wings, four nocturnal lights join it, then hover, leave rapidly to the northeast.

30 March 1950 - Moon, Space -   Aristarchus=Herod. - Lunar anomaly. Very bright oval glow illuminates Aristarchus-Herotodus crater on the Moon.

30 March 1950 01:30 - Salamanca, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

30 March 1950 08:00 - Sioux City, Iowa, USA -   Five National Guardsmen saw white saucer following a plane, 300 feet above rear of plane. Source: UPI. Explanation: Balloon.

30 March 1950 09:45 - Zugspitze, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported (Kecht).

30 March 1950 Around 1000 - Pensacola, Florida, USA -   An object identified as the planet Jupiter was observed. One object was observed. Explanation: Jupiter.

30 March 1950 Noon - Adrian, Michigan, USA -   Hovered.

30 March 1950 12:20 - Quinteros, Chile -   A daytime disc was reported.

30 March 1950 12:30 - Rancagua, Chile -   A daytime disc was reported.

30 March 1950 13:30 - Austin, Texas, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses for 42 seconds (Osborne).

30 March 1950 18:08 - Selma, Alabama, USA -   Radio engineer and 20 others. three discs zip rapidly to the west. one stops for 5 minutes, goes up vertically. two continue to the west. Explanation: Aircraft.

30 March 1950 19:30 - St Ignace, Michigan, USA -   60cm white disc over straits, left blue smokey film in sky. Very high altitude. three separate witnesses.

30 March 1950 22:20 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed at a military facility for over 15 minutes (Fioretti). No sound was heard. Explanation: Balloon.

30 March 1950 Night - Santiago.Compostela, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

30 March 1950 Night - Kassel, Germany -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Niemann).

In April 1950 - Alamosa, Colorado , USA -   Objects were observed. Animal reactions to the objects were reported. Two objects were observed by one witness (Edwards).

In April 1950 - Juneau N60K, Alaska, USA -   Motion picture of 8 discs landing and taking off 60km north of Juneau.

In April 1950 - Chissey.Morvan, France -   Flying discs were observed. Four discs were observed.

In April 1950 - Chandler, Arizona , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Cruikshank). Explanation: Meteor.

In April 1950 - Geetbets, Belgium -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by several witnesses.

In April 1950 - Bruges, Belgium -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed. Explanation: Hoax.

31 March 1950 - Bari, Italy -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.

In April 1950 - Bluefield Us Hwy219, West Virginia, USA -   Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness (Robertson).

31 March 1950 - Escanaba, Michigan, USA -   Fiery blue glowing disc raced over town. Spewed ribbon of blue flame. News reports.

31 March 1950 - Stuttgart, Arkansas, USA -   100-foot flat cylinder-section circular disc sighted by the crew of a DC-3, flying supersonically to their right about half a mile away. The sighting lasted for under 25 minutes.

Apr 1950 - Juneau, Alaska, USA -   Mikel Konrad made a movie of eight disks he saw landing and taking off 60 kilometers north of Juneau.

In April 1950 Around midnight - Alaska, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

In Spring 1950 01:00 - Cocoa, Florida, USA -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by one witness on a road (McLendon).

In April 1950 01:45 - Preston, UK -   (Ambiguous location - more than one place with this name).

31 March 1950 03:00 - Linz, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

In Spring 1950 06:30 - Bex-"Au Genievre", Switzerland -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. An unidentifiable object was observed at close range.

In April 1950 12:00 - Corpac Airport, Chiclayo, Peru -   Private Pilot incident.

In April 1950 Daytime - White Sands, New Mexico, USA -   Motion pictures of blurred object taken by guided missile tracker.

31 March 1950 13:30 - McAlisterville, Pennsylvania, USA -   Farmboy saw two ovoids dive fast, then level off at 600m altitude. Buzzing and whirling for two minutes.

In April 1950 Afternoon - West Plains, Missouri, USA -   An object was observed. Telepathic phenomena were said to have occurred. One object was observed by one female witness at a building (Atha).

In Spring 1950 19:00 - Berkeley, California , USA -   One object was observed by four witnesses for under two hours (Curtis).

31 March 1950 19:21 - Crescent City, California , USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (Bienick; King).

31 March 1950 20:00 - Sigues, Spain -   An object was observed. Traces found. An unidentifiable object was observed at close range and caused physical effects. Explanation: Hoax.

In April 1950 Night - Wiener Neustadt, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

In Spring 1950 Night - South Pole, Antarctica -   An object, of huge size, was observed on the ice (Orrego).

31 March 1950 Night - Niort, France -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

31 March 1950 Night - Fontenay-le-Comte, France -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

31 March 1950 Night - Jacumba Hwy 80, California , USA -   Little man jumps out of landed saucer, runs down Highway 80 "faster than Jesse Owens".

In April 1950 23:00 - Kauai Island Nw100M, Hawaii, USA -   CAA C-54 incident.

1 April 1950 - Baleares Islands, Spain -   Photo

1 April 1950 04:20 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Round object

1 April 1950 Morning - North St Louis, Missouri, USA -   A group of objects was observed by one witness.

1 April 1950 19:00 - Perugia, Italy -   Nautical UFO. Boat crew watches ovoid object dive into sea, column of water shoots up. Possible meteor?

1 April 1950 19:35 - Monterey, California , USA -   One object was observed by one witness for five minutes (McNally).

2 April 1950 - Haute Autriche, Austria -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.

2 April 1950 03:15 - Elizabeth, Illinois, USA -   One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Lee).

2 April 1950 03:50 - Buenos Aires, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

2 April 1950 04:12 - General Pacheco Aerod, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

2 April 1950 05:00 - Tipp City, Nr Wright-Paterson, Ohio, USA -   Two brilliant nocturnal lights hover and maneuver, fly to the south, fly to the west, hover over Wright-Patterson AFB. Independent witnesses.

2 April 1950 Daytime - Nara Visa, New Mexico, USA -   Several objects were observed by one witness (Griffin).

2 April 1950 14:00 - Butler N10M Hwy38, Pennsylvania, USA -   One silver football-shaped object, about 150 feet across, was observed by three witnesses on a road for over one minute (Hickman).

3 April 1950 Morning - Longmont, Colorado , USA -   UFO reported by "a newspaper editor, a civil engineer and a retired banker.". Explanation: Planet.

3 April 1950 Daytime - London, UK -   Reported by the meterological office. Explanation: Balloon.

3 April 1950 21:15 - Gijon, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

4 April 1950 04:30 - Hillsborough, California , USA -   Police incident. Explanation: Planet.

4 April 1950 05:00 - Grieskirchen, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

4 April 1950 05:00 - Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, USA -   Shot straight up.

4 April 1950 21:30 - Delano S, California , USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One round object was observed for ten minutes (Dye). Explanation: Star.

4 April 1950 Night - Lisboa, Portugal -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

In early April 1950 - osaka, Japan -   Object sighted, believed to be Mars. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported.

5 April 1950 - St Louis, Missouri, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.

5 April 1950 11:20 - San Jose E, California , USA -   Dull white disc flies over, lost behind trees rapidly to the northwest in 18 seconds.

5 April 1950 14:15 - Ironwood, Michigan, USA -   Two objects were observed by more than three witnesses.

5 April 1950 14:40 - Denver, Colorado , USA -   Silver disc and sphere spin and dip, wobble and maneuver for 10 minutes.

5 April 1950 17:00 - Woodland, North Carolina, USA -   Military witness. 18' long silent white cigar at low altitude. Explanation: Aircraft.

5 April 1950 19:30 - Ahoskie, North Carolina, USA -   Many witnesses. Very bright red rectangular "neon tube" moves to the north slowly.

5 April 1950 Evening - Whitby, UK -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Two rings were observed by several witnesses on the shore for over one minute.

5 April 1950 20:50 - Meteor Crater E, Arizona , USA -   White Nocturnal light hovered, made sudden extremely fast maneuvers. Shot up vertically and was out of sight in the stars.

6 April 1950 - Denver, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

6 April 1950 10:00 - Mount Carroll, Illinois, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by three witnesses for 30 seconds (Law; Westbo).

6 April 1950 10:00 - Fort Madison, Iowa, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by four witnesses for 30 seconds (Muerhoff; Reardon; Weaver). Explanation: Meteor.

6 April 1950 Daytime - Grenoble, France -   One object was observed by several witnesses.

6 April 1950 13:00 - Asmara, Eritrea -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by several thousand witnesses in a town for 85 minutes.

6 April 1950 13:06 - Chicago, Illinois, USA -   Two objects were observed by one witness for six seconds (Schnedorf).

6 April 1950 16:45 - Westfield, Massachusetts, USA -   Huge noisy saucer slowly moves to the west across sky. Makes roaring sound, sparkles.

6 April 1950 19:30 - Salamanca, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported in a city.

7 April 1950 - Duncannon, Pennsylvania, USA -   Two railroad employees see saucer the size of a large plane 3000 feet feet over train.

7 April 1950 - Newark, New Jersey, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.

7 April 1950 - St Ignace, Michigan, USA -   Two ferrymen watch saucer race all over sky over Strait. Plasma glow.

7 April 1950 - Jericho, Israel -   Two silver discs fly north rapidly to the south. Clearly seen.

7 April 1950 11:00 - Fort Madison, Iowa, USA -   Silver rotating disc flies by pen factory, leaving shower of sparks behind it.

7 April 1950 Daytime - Long Beach, California , USA -   Pink pancake object flips across sky. Source: Brawley, California newspapers.

7 April 1950 16:30 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA -   Blue-white UFO with lightning tail seen by children playing baseball game.

7 April 1950 16:55 - Boston, Massachusetts, USA -   Deep-blue ellipsoid object at 15 elevation moving SW-NE opposite the winds. Explanation: Mirage.

7 April 1950 18:29 - Upper Sandusky, Ohio, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (Widman).

7 April 1950 Evening - Naples, Maine, USA -   One object was observed by six witnesses for 20 minutes (Dillingham). Explanation: Aircraft.

7 April 1950 22:00 - El Centro, California , USA -   Hundreds of nocturnal lights. Some hover, others dart about.

7 April 1950 Night - Oba, Ontario, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses for over one minute (Brenell).

7 April 1950 Night - Eton, Ontario, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly.

7 April 1950 23:30 - Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, USA -   One object was observed by three witnesses (Baker).

8 April 1950 - San Francisco, California , USA -   Two disc shaped objects buzz house, stop, go up and around like a game of tag.

8 April 1950 00:00 - Niort, France -   Two objects were observed for over four minutes (Dangibeault).

8 April 1950 02:00 - Kokomo, Indiana, USA -   Grey metallic disc, top-shaped.

8 April 1950 11:00 - Amarillo Ne10M, Texas, USA -   Small disc size of car tire landed, revolving top. 12-yr.old boy tried to grab it, felt slick, hot to touch. Object emitted gas or spray, caused skin to turn red with welts. Took off toward northeast .

8 April 1950 12:00 - Shelby, North Carolina, USA -   One object was observed by five witnesses on a farm for over two minutes (Limerick).

8 April 1950 Daytime - Tarbes, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by several witnesses (Camps).

8 April 1950 Afternoon - Henderson, Kentucky, USA -   30 feet diameter "oil drums" fly by in formation, left trail of smoke.

8 April 1950 15:00 - Amarillo, Texas, USA -   A disk, size of a car tire, landed.

9 April 1950 08:00 - Fort Ord, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation.

9 April 1950 13:00 - Hapeville, Georgia, USA -   Silent bright red 6m long pencil shaped object flies to the south, flickers like neon light.

9 April 1950 Afternoon - Preston, UK -   One object was observed by three female children.

10 April 1950 - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness. Explanation: Meteor.

10 April 1950 - Mobile, Alabama, USA -   Object flying to the east over Brookley AFB. Explanation: Meteor.

10 April 1950 04:00 - Robins AFB, Georgia, USA -   Silent flash of light, 8m diameter top-shaped object to the north, neon red glow, 90 degree turn to the east. Explanation: Aircraft.

10 April 1950 10:45 - York, Pennsylvania, USA -   Smoke. 9 men on road crew heard whine, saw 6m wide saucer 150m overhead, spewing fire and smoke. Had no propellers.

10 April 1950 11:30 - Lindsborg, Kansas, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed for over one minute (Patchin).

10 April 1950 Daytime - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (Hardy).

10 April 1950 16:05 - Bristol, Virginia , USA -   One object was observed by one witness for six seconds (Wood).

10 April 1950 Night - Santa Catalina Chan, California , USA -   Several objects were observed by a male witness. Explanation: Flare.

11 April 1950 Noon - San Francisco, California , USA -   One object was observed by four witnesses (Montez).

11 April 1950 Daytime - Alatri, Italy -   A daytime disc was reported (Ceccarelli).

11 April 1950 23:40 - Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada -   One disc was observed by one male witness briefly (Finn).

12 April 1950 10:12 - Palo Alto, California , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One silver object was observed by one witness on a farm briefly (Bliss; Moffat; Potter). No sound was heard.

12 April 1950 12:00 - Reus, Spain -   Two brothers travelling in light truck saw UFO low over olive trees, disk shaped one m. in diameter. It disappeared at very high speed in few seconds.

12 April 1950 23:57 - Buffalo, New York, USA -   One object was observed by one witness (Williams).

13 April 1950 - Genes, Italy -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed.

13 April 1950 08:40 - Kundl, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported.

13 April 1950 19:30 - Montclair, New Jersey, USA -   Less than 12 objects were observed by two witnesses for 30 minutes (Delapena).

14 April 1950 - Volta Redonda, Brazil -   Abduction

14 April 1950 02:30 - Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, USA -   Four rectangular, amber objects

14 April 1950 12:00 - Camarasa, Spain -   People saw UFO come down in water of lake at hydro-electric plant. It floated for a while, then submerged.

15 April 1950 07:30 - Rangely, Colorado , USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses for seven minutes (Grisdale). Explanation: Planet.

15 April 1950 Around 1100 - Danville, Iowa, USA -   One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Albright).

15 April 1950 Daytime - Ottumwa, Iowa, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. A daytime disc was observed by several witnesses. Explanation: Aircraft.

15 April 1950 Daytime - Davenport, Iowa, USA -   One object was observed by several witnesses.

16 April 1950 - Laredo Apt, Texas, USA -   Far fetched story of crashed disc, 6' wide, little man 2' tall, revived, fought with National Guardsman, finally dies. Explanation: Hoax.

16 April 1950 - Rome, Italy -   Flying discs were observed. Three discs were observed.

16 April 1950 10:30 - Ludlow, Massachusetts, USA -   A daytime disc was reported at a mountain for seven minutes.

16 April 1950 10:45 - Burlington, Iowa, USA -   Local witnesses at Burlington, Iowa. Not picked up by wire services.

16 April 1950 Around 1100 - Bristol, Virginia , USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (Rush; Trivett).

16 April 1950 15:45 - Salem, Illinois, USA -   One object was observed by three witnesses (Bachman).

16 April 1950 22:25 - Moortzele, Belgium -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two male witnesses (Degraeve).

17 April 1950 - Montmartre, France -   London edition of New York Herald reports local viewers over Montmarte, Paris. Not picked up in USA.

17 April 1950 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. Electromagnetic effects were noted. A transient unexplained phenomenon was reported.

17 April 1950 Morning - Fonda, Iowa, USA -   Several objects were observed by several witnesses (Rocknagel).

17 April 1950 15:30 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Light green bright as tin foil object

17 April 1950 20:20 - Springfield, Massachusetts, USA -   Nocturnal lights were observed by two teenage witnesses in a city for over one minute.

18 April 1950 10:30 - Pullman, Washington, USA -   Flying discs were observed. Three discs were observed by three witnesses for seven minutes (Premo).

18 April 1950 10:50 - Sherman, Texas, USA -   Two military wives saw 18-20 flat silent silver discs race rapidly to the north, maneuvered for 4-5 minutes.

18 April 1950 Noon - Memphis, Texas, USA -   Over five observers in Clarendon and Childress saw objects over a three-hour period. Explanation: Venus.

18 April 1950 Daytime - Fort Worth, Texas, USA -   Photo of arc of light (possibly a partially illuminated disc) and 6 banana-shaped objects. Explanation: Coincidenc.

18 April 1950 After 1500 - Dallas, Texas, USA -   A cigar-shaped object was observed. One cigar-shaped object was observed by several witnesses (Chennault).

18 April 1950 Around 1900 - (Jet), Texas, USA -   Hovered.

18 April 1950 Night - Perth, Western Australia, Australia -   Flying discs were observed. Several discs were observed.

19 April 1950 - Lafayette, Indiana, USA -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. An unidentifiable object was observed at close range. Explanation: Psych.

19 April 1950 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

19 April 1950 03:00 - Calexico, California , USA -   Police incident.

19 April 1950 06:00 - Anderson S1M, Missouri, USA -   Swarm of 80 or more 4' wide saucers causes 30 minute traffic jam east of town. Fly to the east at sunrise.

19 April 1950 Morning - Clarendon, Texas, USA -   Pilot incident.

19 April 1950 22:00 - Blackfoot, Idaho, USA -   One object was observed by four witnesses for a few seconds (Dewitt).

19 April 1950 23:00 - Edmonton S, Alberta, Canada -   More than one object was observed by over 200 witnesses for 30 minutes (Fallow).

20 April 1950 03:00 - Houston, Texas, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses for over one minute (Easterling).

20 April 1950 18:00 - Lorient, France -   Disc flies rapidly to the south toward sea, fast.

20 April 1950 21:40 - Bruges, Belgium -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by several witnesses for several minutes.

20 April 1950 22:00 - Stamford, Connecticut, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

20 April 1950 23:00 - Lufkin, Texas, USA -   A round object about three meters in diameter hovering about seven meters above him with a dull red glow.

21 April 1950 Afternoon - Trinidad, Colorado , USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Two objects were observed by more than three witnesses for a few seconds (Muniz).

21 April 1950 20:30 - Doelsach, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Jeller).

21 April 1950 20:30 - Salzburg, Austria -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Chiba).

22 April 1950 Morning - Princeton Sw, Missouri, USA -   Flying disc speeds by, several separate farmers as witnesses. Trails white smoke.

22 April 1950 19:00 - Rangely, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

23 April 1950 - Balearic Islands, Spain -   Photo

23 April 1950 03:00 - Morinville S3M ., Alberta, Canada -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 40 feet across, was observed by two witnesses for over one minute (Campbell).

23 April 1950 Afternoon - Carbondale N Us51, Illinois, USA -   Hovered.

23 April 1950 16:00 - Red Bud, Illinois, USA -   Photo

24 April 1950 - Red Bud, Illinois, USA -   Photo

24 April 1950 - Spain, Spain -   An object was observed and photographed. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky and had physical effects was reported.

24 April 1950 - Graz, Austria -   Photo

24 April 1950 - Palma Majorca, Spain -   Photo

24 April 1950 00:30 - Ansonia, Connecticut, USA -   Object like half-moon with squared off end sighted by police and restaurant proprietor, moved unevenly through sky.

24 April 1950 06:45 - Midland, Oregon, USA -   Flying discs were observed. Three silver round objects were observed by one witness briefly (Engbloom; English). Explanation: Flare.

24 April 1950 17:07 - Laramie Nw, Wyoming, USA -   One object was observed by more than four witnesses at a college for over two minutes (Kostal).

24 April 1950 Around 2000 - Wilmington, North Carolina, USA -   One object was observed by one witness.

24 April 1950 Around 2000 - Charleston, South Carolina, USA -   One object was observed by numerous witnesses.

24 April 1950 Around 2000 - Columbia, South Carolina, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Jenkins). Explanation: Meteor.

24 April 1950 21:45 - Rangely, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by three witnesses for ten minutes (Jay).

24 April 1950 22:00 - Abbiate Guazzone, Italy -   A dark, hovering object was seen, near which four beings dressed in tight-fitting clothes and wearing helmets seemed to be making repairs.

25 April 1950 01:30 - Ansonia, Connecticut, USA -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed by two witnesses for over four minutes (Foley).

25 April 1950 02:45 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness (Johnston).

25 April 1950 03:00 - Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah, USA -   A series of unknown lights and UFOs, "flying icebox", surrounded by aura of spears over Ammunition Storage Area, Dougway Mtn. 24 hour search.

25 April 1950 Dawn - East Palo Alto, California , USA -   One object was observed by three witnesses for over one minute (White).

25 April 1950 10:14 - Beeville, Texas, USA -   EAL incident.

25 April 1950 14:00 - Seattle, Washington, USA -   One object was observed by one witness for 24 seconds (Fitzgerald).

25 April 1950 16:00 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada -   Police incident. Explanation: Aircraft.

25 April 1950 18:30 - Lulu Island, British Columbia, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness (Jackson; Price).

25 April 1950 19:45 - Rocky Hill, Connecticut, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Fancy).

25 April 1950 23:55 - Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada -   One object was observed by one witness briefly (Sillak).

27 April 1950 - -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and aerobatic performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed.

27 April 1950 Morning - Alamogordo, New Mexico, USA -   Four 30-foot objects flying at high speed at 150,000 feet were tracked and filmed with a cinetheodolite

27 April 1950 09:00 - Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA -   Light-brown flat oval object that climbed to 28,000 ft

27 April 1950 Daytime - White Sands, New Mexico, USA -   An object was observed and photographed. One object was observed by several military witnesses.

27 April 1950 17:30 - Osuna, Spain -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by two witnesses.

27 April 1950 20:25 - Goshen, Indiana, USA -   TWA 117 incident.

27 April 1950 20:25 - Goshen, Indiana, USA -   Adickes/Manning Case

27 April 1950 Around 2200 - Stamford, Connecticut, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (Jordan).

28 April 1950 - Milano, Italy -   Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed.

28 April 1950 - San Bruno, California , USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. An object was observed that did not exhibit any inexplicable features. Explanation: Venus.

28 April 1950 - Wakkanai, Japan -   White square 12 x 12 feet (height x length) thin

28 April 1950 Morning - Grants Pass Apt, Oregon, USA -   One object was observed by six witnesses at an airport for 20 minutes (Hayes).

28 April 1950 09:15 - Reus, Spain -   A daytime disc was reported.

28 April 1950 Daytime - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia -   A daytime disc was reported.

28 April 1950 15:30 - Seattle, Washington, USA -   One object was observed by 30 witnesses for a few seconds (Loughead).

28 April 1950 21:30 - Klamath Falls, Oregon, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly (Gheller; Southwell).

28 April 1950 22:00 - Chicago, Illinois, USA -   Two objects were observed by one witness for a few seconds (Scott).

29 April 1950 - Juneau N40M, Alaska, USA -   Motion pictures

29 April 1950 - San Bruno, California , USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. One object was observed. Explanation: Venus.

In May 1950 - Florence, Italy -   Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed by one male witness (Donnini).

In May 1950 - Flagstaff, Lowell Observatory, Arizona , USA -   Instrumented observation

In May 1950 - Albany, New York, USA -   A daylight disc was observed by a female witness.

30 April 1950 10:00 - Mount Joy, Iowa, USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses (Wedemyer).

30 April 1950 Around 1000 - Burlington, Iowa, USA -   One object was observed.

In May 1950 Afternoon - Navasota, Texas, USA -   More than three objects were observed by several witnesses for over one minute (Miguez).

30 April 1950 20:00 - Savannah, Georgia, USA -   Police and 5 independent witnesses report 15m diameter upside-down hat-shaped saucer with small fins, hovers few seconds, rapidly to the northeast.

30 April 1950 Evening - Centralia, Washington, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Eight objects were observed by one male witness briefly (Goelitzer).

1 May 1950 - Filer Ne2M, Idaho, USA -   Photo, evaluated as a flaw in the negative. Explanation: FilmFlaw.

1 May 1950 15:00 - Boux.Salmaise, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses.

1 May 1950 15:00 - Dijon, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

1 May 1950 15:10 - Kirtland AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Cylindrical object

3 May 1950 15:00 - Savoyeux-Haute, France -   Several girls see large cylinder fly south rapidly to the north shooting silvery rays.

3 May 1950 16:30 - Neuville-sur-Sarthe, France -   Four discs at low altitude fly toward horizon slowly. Leave trail of smoke.

3 May 1950 21:00 - Louisa, Kentucky, USA -   One object was observed by several witnesses on a river for a few seconds (Vinson).

4 May 1950 22:00 - Birmingham, Alabama, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Nocturnal lights were reported in a city for ten minutes (Reid).

6 May 1950 02:30 - Palomar Gardens, California , USA -   Photo. Explanation: Hoax.

6 May 1950 16:30 - Roma, Italy -   A daytime disc was reported in a city for ten minutes.

6 May 1950 22:00 - Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, USA -   Squadron of discs, speed in circles above city. Explanation: Reflection.

6 May 1950 22:00 - Schultzville, Pennsylvania, USA -   Several objects were observed by several witnesses (Swank). Explanation: Reflection.

6 May 1950 22:00 - Factoryville, Pennsylvania, USA -   Three objects were observed by several witnesses for over 15 minutes (Kempsell). Explanation: Reflection.

7 May 1950 - English Channel, UK -   BEA incident.

7 May 1950 09:45 - Llantarnam, UK -   A daytime disc was reported.

7 May 1950 13:30 - Lyon, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

7 May 1950 18:45 - Ely, Nevada, USA -   Silvery white hovering object.

10 May 1950 - Ladd AFB, Alaska, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed by seven military witnesses at an airfield. Explanation: Balloon.

10 May 1950 - Bahia Blanca, Argentina -   A witness later died. Traces found. One object was observed by one male 35-year-old witness on a highway.

10 May 1950 Daytime - Bernasconi Nw25M, Argentina -   Dead aliens discovered aboard landed 33' diameter domed disc. Dead pilot 4' tall, round eyes, brown skin, wore lead-gray uniform. two more lay dead on couches. Console described. Pile of ashes at site. Explanation: Hoax.

10 May 1950 23:20 - Virginia , USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

11 May 1950 19:45 - McMnnville, Oregon, USA -   McMinnville Object; Paul Trent Photos. The Condon study concluded these were pictures of a real object. Later private researchers believed they were hoax shots of a truck sideview mirror.

11 May 1950 Night - Kirchberg, Austria -   (Ambiguous location - more than one place with this name).

13 May 1950 - Sutter Buttes, California , USA -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and aerobatic performance. Several white objects were observed for five minutes.

13 May 1950 20:50 - Wilmette, Illinois, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported for over one minute.

14 May 1950 14:30 - St Louis, Missouri, USA -   Private Pilot incident.

In mid-May 1950 08:30 - Cheyenne W60M, Wyoming, USA -   20 objects were observed by a male witness for ten minutes (Mitchell).

16 May 1950 - Chicago, Illinois, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Condon). Explanation: Meteor.

16 May 1950 20:50 - Zaragoza, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

18 May 1950 Around 2200 - Canon City, Colorado , USA -   Procession of objects.

19 May 1950 - Honshu, Japan -   Military Aircraft incident. Explanation: Debris.

19 May 1950 - Honshu, Japan -   Stationary kite-like object tracked by ground radar

19 May 1950 11:10 - Louisville, Kentucky, USA -   One disc was observed by two witnesses (Barrett). Explanation: Aircraft.

19 May 1950 16:00 - Loire River, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness.

20 May 1950 12:15 - Flagstaff, Lowell Obs, Arizona , USA -   An astronomer witness at Lowell Observatory saw a dark UFO against bright cloud, moving southeast to the northwest, perpendicular to the cloud drift, at 100 mph. The sphere or disk-shape was partially lit by sunlight, estimated 3 to 5 feet in diameter.

20 May 1950 16:00 - Cours-les-Barres, France -   A woman walking home enveloped by blinding light. Hands gripped her head and pulled her back against a hard, cold chest. She was dragged backward by invisible abductor to pasture, dropped her. Marks.

21 May 1950 07:30 - Montrose E5M, Colorado , USA -   Round huge object hangs in sky, joined by second one. Headed north, turned, to the east.

22 May 1950 14:00 - Warren AFB, Wyoming, USA -   Four objects were observed by six witnesses at an airfield for two minutes (Duquoin).

23 May 1950 20:00 - Loveland, Colorado , USA -   Two objects were observed by two witnesses for over one minute (Johnson).

24 May 1950 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Cinetheodolite film taken by camera tracking station

25 May 1950 03:00 - Upton S, Wyoming, USA -   Local observers.

In late May 1950 10:00 - La Porte, Indiana, USA -   Hovered.

25 May 1950 22:00 - Canon City Ne, Colorado , USA -   11 objects were observed by two witnesses for 11 minutes (Herzel).

27 May 1950 Night - Palomar Gardens, California , USA -   Photo. Explanation: Hoax.

29 May 1950 06:00 - White Sands, New Mexico, USA -   An object was observed and videotaped. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One object was observed by military witnesses near a missile.

29 May 1950 Daytime - Sawbill Bay, Ontario, Canada -   Type 2.1 Nautical UFO. 4' tall shiny clothes, hose in lake.

29 May 1950 21:15 - Mount Vernon, Virginia , USA -   AAL incident.

29 May 1950 21:25 - Mt. Vernon, Virginia , USA -   A spindle-shaped 150 feet long metallic object

29 May 1950 Night - Trasimeno, Italy -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Donnini).

30 May 1950 Daytime - Anadarko S4M, Oklahoma, USA -   One object was observed by one witness (McCarland).

In June 1950 - Sausse, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

In June 1950 - Dallas, Texas, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by more than one male witness (Porter).

In June 1950 01:00 - Vassan, Quebec, Canada -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by one witness at a grange.

In June 1950 Afternoon - Barron, Wisconsin, USA -   Abduction

In June 1950 After 1500 - Geelong, Victoria, Australia -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by two male witnesses in a residential area for over one minute (Bepps).

In June 1950 17:30 - Oakland, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by several witnesses for a few seconds (Griffing).

In June 1950 20:30 - La Porte S4M Hwy35, Indiana, USA -   Hovered.

In June 1950 23:30 - Pickerel Lake, Ontario, Canada -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by two witnesses for 30 minutes (Simmons). Explanation: Star.

2 June 1950 22:00 - Brixen.Tale, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Meyer).

2 June 1950 23:00 - Rio Grande, Argentina -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

4 June 1950 19:45 - Lafayette, Colorado , USA -   A fireball was observed. One fireball was observed. Explanation: Meteor.

5 June 1950 - Southern England, UK -   RAF Meteor Pilot incident.

In early June 1950 Daytime - White Sands, New Mexico, USA -   Daytime motion pictures of shiny object, no detail, taken by guided missile tracker.

In early June 1950 23:00 - Rio Grande, Argentina -   Nautical UFO. Sound of turbulent water, huge luminous oval-shaped object burst from sea straight up, 550m from shore, made abrupt 90 degree turn, moving rapidly to the north toward Rio Gallegos.

6 June 1950 02:30 - -   Photo. Explanation: Hoax.

6 June 1950 Morning - Brownwood, Texas, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness for 18 seconds (Carnes).

7 June 1950 - London, UK -   RAF incident.

7 June 1950 - Newport, UK -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by one witness in a forest for 18 seconds.

7 June 1950 Morning - Cwmbran, UK -   Engineer incident.

7 June 1950 20:00 - Kensington, Maryland, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for 18 seconds (Whiting).

7 June 1950 22:20 - Dunkirk, New York, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by three witnesses for a few seconds (Rotzler).

8 June 1950 - Llantarnam, Monmouthshire, UK -   An unidentified object moving in a straight trajectory across the sky was observed by one experienced male witness.

10 June 1950 10:00 - Houston S, Texas, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Many objects were observed by two witnesses for ten minutes.

10 June 1950 10:25 - Galveston, Texas, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses for ten minutes (Todd).

12 June 1950 16:00 - Desert S, California , USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Three objects were observed by two witnesses in a desert (Zimmerman).

13 June 1950 16:00 - Mill Valley, California , USA -   Airliner incident.

14 June 1950 21:00 - Lexington, Virginia , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by four witnesses for 45 minutes (Edwards).

15 June 1950 09:00 - Paramaribo, Suriname -   Silver metallic object with rounded top, flat bottom with lighter underpart. Somewhat like Gulf Breeze photos (1989). Maneuvered: 4-5 sharp vertical drops as went to the northeast, then rose abruptly.

16 June 1950 10:15 - Miami, Florida, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Bernstein).

17 June 1950 00:25 - Perry, Oklahoma, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Wade).

20 June 1950 00:15 - Kingman W9M Us54, Kansas, USA -   Red object, large as B-29, whirling. When Reverend turned his car around to drive under it, object shot away.

21 June 1950 - Hamilton AFB, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. An object moving in a straight line was observed by three military witnesses at an airfield.

21 June 1950 01:30 - Hamilton AFB, California , USA -   Disc at 3000 feet altitude, speed 1200mph. Had blue flame, roaring sound. Made three passes.

21 June 1950 20:00 - Baker, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 600 feet across, was observed.

22 June 1950 11:45 - Keene, New Hampshire, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by several witnesses for a few seconds (Felch). Explanation: Aircraft.

23 June 1950 - Louisiana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness. Explanation: Meteor.

23 June 1950 14:30 - Palm City, Florida, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Simmons).

23 June 1950 17:00 - Daggett, California , USA -   UAL incident.

23 June 1950 Dusk - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA -   Photo

23 June 1950 19:40 - Alabama, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly.

23 June 1950 19:40 - Gulf of Mexico -   Huge ball of fire descend slowly in 1-1/2 minutes in a wavy spiral path

23 June 1950 21:00 - Memphis, Tennessee, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness for six seconds (Crumpler).

24 June 1950 - Commerce, Texas, USA -   CAL incident.

24 June 1950 - Whitefish Bay Se, Wisconsin, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

24 June 1950 01:15 - Racine, Wisconsin, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Taylor).

24 June 1950 19:40 - Gulf Of Mexico, Gulf of Mexico -   Weather Recon incident.

24 June 1950 20:08 - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA -   CAA incident.

24 June 1950 20:08 - Daggett, California , USA -   Navy transport pilot case

24 June 1950 Around 2100 - Lovelock, Nevada, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly (Gardiner).

24 June 1950 Around 2100 - S, Idaho, USA -   UAL incident.

24 June 1950 21:08 - Silver Lake E, California , USA -   UAL incident.

24 June 1950 21:13 - Williams, Arizona , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed briefly (Vance).

24 June 1950 21:13 - Bryce Canyon, Utah, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed briefly (Kruse).

24 June 1950 21:13 - Winslow, Arizona , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed briefly (Tipton).

24 June 1950 Around 2200 - Fernley, Nevada, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly. Explanation: Meteor.

24 June 1950 Night - New York, New York, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Four objects were observed by several witnesses (Sallows).

25 June 1950 09:25 - Washington, District Of Columbia, USA -   One object was observed by one experienced male witness.

25 June 1950 21:00 - West Point, New York, USA -   Four discs in formation, maneuver.

25 June 1950 21:00 - Barcelona, Spain -   Nocturnal lights were reported in a city.

25 June 1950 Night - Cornwall, New York, USA -   Several objects were observed by three witnesses (Skinner).

25 June 1950 Night - Firthcliffe Heights, New York, USA -   Several objects were observed by two witnesses (Sendall).

25 June 1950 23:15 - Modesto, California , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by four witnesses briefly.

25 June 1950 23:15 - San Jose, California , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Small).

26 June 1950 - Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Remlin).

26 June 1950 - Baker, Nevada, USA -   A daytime disc was reported.

26 June 1950 22:15 - Newburgh, New York, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Nine objects were observed by three witnesses briefly (Nystrom).

26 June 1950 23:15 - Modesto, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by four witnesses.

26 June 1950 23:15 - San Jose, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses.

27 June 1950 07:50 - Texarkana, Texas, USA -   Bright object shaped like two dishpans face-to-face

27 June 1950 11:00 - Louisville, Kentucky, USA -   Movie film of UFO taken by newspaper reporter Al Hixenbaugh

27 June 1950 11:30 - Oakland, California , USA -   Bomber flies over shiny spinning object. It overtakes plane from behind, moving rapidly to the east.

27 June 1950 19:00 - Washington, District Of Columbia, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Three objects were observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Hensley).

27 June 1950 After 2000 - -   USAF incident.

28 June 1950 01:00 - San Leandro, California , USA -   Thunder roaring noise. Circular object 2000 feet overhead, emitted flames from edges.

28 June 1950 04:20 - Savannah, Georgia, USA -   White Nocturnal light maneuvers erratically for 45 minutes. Climbs swiftly to rapidly to the northeast and gone. Explanation: Star.

28 June 1950 13:00 - Cairo, Illinois, USA -   Two chrome ovoid objects maneuver, one stops, then shoots off moving rapidly to the southwest .

28 June 1950 20:27 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Telsch).

29 June 1950 09:40 - Fort Collins, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness (Hutt). Explanation: Balloon.

29 June 1950 10:00 - Denver N, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by a male witness for several hours (Murto; Roberts). Explanation: Balloon.

29 June 1950 11:30 - Jenbach, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported.

29 June 1950 Afternoon - Salida, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed. Explanation: Balloon.

29 June 1950 16:00 - Dowagiac, Michigan, USA -   US C-54 incident. Explanation: Rocket.

29 June 1950 17:45 - Phoenix, Arizona , USA -   USAF incident. Explanation: Balloon.

29 June 1950 19:10 - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Helurka).

In Mid- 1950 - Steep Rock Lake, Ontario, Canada -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One object was observed by more than two witnesses at a lake. Explanation: Hoax.

In Mid- 1950 - Newark, New York, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported (Bearans).

30 June 1950 - Dartsmouth, Canada -   Royal Canadian NAS

In July 1950 00:00 - Niort, France -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Two objects were observed by one witness for over six minutes.

In July 1950 Around midnight - Springfield, Ohio, USA -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. An unidentifiable object was observed at close range.

In July 1950 13:00 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   An object was observed. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One object was observed by three witnesses at an airfield.

In July 1950 Daytime - Brooklyn, New York, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness for 30 seconds (Chernicoff).

In July 1950 13:00 - Fort Worth, Texas, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness for over three minutes (Hulett).

In Mid- 1950 Daytime - Coxyde, Belgium -   Unidentified but otherwise conventional objects were sighted. Three objects were observed by one male witness on the shore for 30 minutes (Schmidt).

In Mid- 1950 Daytime - Liiduvere, Estonia -   Cigar-shaped object in clover field, black in middle and gray on ends. four beings 3' green suits with tight hoods. Eyes "strange", telepathy, fear.

30 June 1950 13:07 - Phoenix, Arizona , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness for a few seconds (Booher).

30 June 1950 13:27 - Tucson, Arizona , USA -   One object was observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Herman).

In July 1950 13:45 - Mount Washington, Ohio, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object, about 80 feet across, was observed by two witnesses for several minutes.

In July 1950 Afternoon - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA -   Abduction.Girl playing in garden went home with cut of unknown origin, left scar. Hypnosis recalled seeing 3-D star map transform to window, friendly telepathic voice.

In Mid- 1950 Afternoon - Southern Part, Manitoba, Canada -   Leg had cut 1" long under undamaged jeans. Carried inside round domed room. Grays with large heads, large eyes, no hair, long slender fingers. Thin 5'5". Wore gray tight suits, helmets. Exam.Telepathy.

In July 1950 15:00 - Eureka, South Dakota, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness for five minutes (Evans).

In Mid- 1950 Dusk - Beaverdam, Virginia , USA -   Aluminun disc landed in field behind house. Lens-shaped, 8-10 feet diameter. From cockpit in center man with "unusual goggles or headpiece" looked out. Took right off again, hit oak tree, broke branch, marks

In July 1950 22:00 - La Roche.Yon, France -   Hovered.

In July 1950 Night - Avoca, Victoria, Australia -   Huge saucer comes from horizon, crosses sky to rapidly to the north. 6 more object follow, very high and fast.

In Mid- 1950 Night - Nairobi, Kenya -   Healing.

30 June 1950 23:20 - Dartmouth Se, Nova Scotia, Canada -   Radar blip hovers, shoots inland, hovers over oil refinery, aims beam.

1 July 1950 - Chicago N, Illinois, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Vatter). Explanation: Meteor.

1 July 1950 - Fort Mcpherson, Georgia, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Nall). Explanation: Balloon.

1 July 1950 Around midnight - Flathead Lake, Montana, USA -   Made right angle turn. Explanation: Meteor.

1 July 1950 01:00 - Chicago, Northern, Illinois, USA -   Watchman incident.

1 July 1950 17:00 - Butte, Montana, USA -   One object was observed by one witness (Raymond).

1 July 1950 Around 2200 - Eielson AFB, Alaska, USA -   USAF incident.

1 July 1950 Around 2200 - Big Delta, Alaska, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly (Keim). Explanation: Meteor.

1 July 1950 22:15 - Fairbanks, Alaska, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly (McCune). Explanation: Meteor.

1 July 1950 Night - Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (McKinnon). Ten 4-foot-tall dwarves, each wearing a shiny suit and red cap, were seen.

1 July 1950 Night - White Sands, New Mexico, USA -   Close encounter with a craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by one witness in a desert (Fry). Ten 4-foot-tall dwarves, each wearing a shiny suit and red cap, were seen.

2 July 1950 - Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported (Gwynne). Explanation: Star.

2 July 1950 Around midnight - Whitehall, Montana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed briefly.

2 July 1950 00:15 - Great Falls, Montana, USA -   CAA incident.

2 July 1950 00:15 - Canyon Ferry, Montana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Ogle). Explanation: Meteor.

2 July 1950 00:15 - Missoula, Montana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Davis; Johnson).

2 July 1950 00:15 - Harlowton Se, Montana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness for several minutes (Tunnel).

2 July 1950 Dusk - Steep Rock Lake, Ontario, Canada -   A double saucer with portholes and a rotating antenna, on a lake, with ten figures, 1.20 meters tall, on the deck. Explanation: Hoax.

2 July 1950 22:00 - Spokane, Washington, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Seaking).

3 July 1950 03:00 - Anchorage, Alaska, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly.

3 July 1950 03:00 - Ladd AFB, Alaska, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses at an airfield briefly.

4 July 1950 01:15 - Innsbruck, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

4 July 1950 Daytime - Detroit, Michigan, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by four witnesses for over 15 minutes (Wilson).

4 July 1950 21:38 - Chicago, Illinois, USA -   Meteorologist incident.

4 July 1950 Night - White Sands, New Mexico, USA -   Daniel Fry claims to have flown aboard a flying saucer. Explanation: hoax.

5 July 1950 Morning - Detroit, Michigan, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by three witnesses briefly (Korman).

In early July 1950 Around 1000 - Caribbean -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by 75 witnesses for over three minutes (Thomas).

5 July 1950 15:40 - Hill AFB, Utah, USA -   50 feet diameter silver saucer at 25,000 feet altitude rapidly to the northeast at 600mph in three minutes. Radar warms up too late. Explanation: Aircraft.

In early July 1950 21:30 - Brooklyn, New York, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by several witnesses for over 15 minutes (Remis).

In early July 1950 Around 2200 - Williamsville N, Illinois, USA -   Capital Al incident.

6 July 1950 16:15 - Louisville, Kentucky, USA -   An object was observed. Animal reactions to the object were reported. One object was observed by one witness.

6 July 1950 23:55 - Los Angeles, California , USA -   50 feet diameter disc at 1000 feet altitude. Flies slowly at 50mph, then zooms over hills (AP).

6 July 1950 23:55 - Sturgeon Creek, Manitoba, Canada -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness on a river briefly (McCourbey).

7 July 1950 - Topeka, Kansas, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Schumaker). Explanation: Balloon.

7 July 1950 - Wiesbaden, Germany -   An object was tracked by radar. An unidentified object was tracked by radar. Explanation: Aircraft.

9 July 1950 14:00 - Guilderland Center, New York, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Two objects were observed by one witness for a few seconds (Kelly).

9 July 1950 14:30 - Coldbrook, Pa, New York, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One white cylinder, of huge size, was observed by a male witness in a city for 90 minutes (Sokol).

9 July 1950 Afternoon - Willet, New York, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by three witnesses for two hours (Smith).

10 July 1950 16:00 - Northcentral Part, California , USA -   Two triangular-shaped objects, white with black leading edges.

11 July 1950 - Memphis, Tennessee, USA -   A flying disc was tracked by radar and sighted visually. One disc, about 40 feet across, was observed by three experienced male military witnesses for over three minutes (Moore).

11 July 1950 - Osceola, Arkansas, USA -   Martin/Moore Case.

11 July 1950 15:28 - Osceola Nne10M, Arkansas, USA -   USN incident.

11 July 1950 21:10 - Los Angeles, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Meakin).

12 July 1950 - St Louis, Missouri, USA -   Police incident.

12 July 1950 - Thessalon, Ontario, Canada -   Reported encounter with monstrous beings. A sighting of bigfoot was reported.

13 July 1950 - Jacksonville, Georgia, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness. Explanation: Venus.

13 July 1950 - Saudi Arabia -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by military witnesses. Explanation: Meteor.

13 July 1950 - Nasaker, Sweden -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Six objects were observed by five witnesses (Eriksson).

13 July 1950 08:45 - Ocala, Florida, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. More than three objects were observed by several witnesses for a few seconds (Quixley, C).

13 July 1950 Morning - Anthony, Florida, USA -   Several objects were observed by one witness for several minutes (Young).

13 July 1950 11:50 - Fort Peck, Montana, USA -   Weather Recon flight crew saw four groups of round metallic silver objects. Explanation: Balloon.

13 July 1950 13:50 - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA -   CAA Flight Engineer incident.

13 July 1950 15:45 - Jacksonville, Florida, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by a male witness for 20 minutes (Harris). Explanation: Balloon.

13 July 1950 17:00 - Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, USA -   Project Blue Book "unidentified" case. two civilian observers watch bowtie object resolve into two delta-shaped objects, one rotates 90 degrees, flies away.

13 July 1950 17:00 - Huntsville, Georgia, USA -   Polished aluminum object, shaped like a bowtie

13 July 1950 21:05 - Daytona Beach, Florida, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses at an airport for five minutes (Gehres).

14 July 1950 Dawn - Fort Pierce, Florida, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by one male witness for 20 minutes (Snyder, J). Explanation: Planet.

14 July 1950 Night - Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, USA -   Balloon-like objects observed. Several balls were observed by several witnesses at a military facility. Explanation: Balloon.

15 July 1950 Dawn - Orlando, Florida, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. One object was observed by a male witness. Explanation: Venus.

In mid-July 1950 Night - Puerto Coig, Argentina -   Nautical UFOs. four small, luminous domed-discs surged up out of the ocean in perfect formation, leveled off, flew up shore to the north for awhile, then turned to the west headed over land.

16 July 1950 - Pomeroy, Ohio, USA -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. Many objects were observed on a farm for over 60 minutes.

16 July 1950 14:30 - Chehalis W, Washington, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Blumenthal; Carpenter).

18 July 1950 04:30 - Bainbridge, Ohio, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. More than one object was observed by two witnesses (Vana).

18 July 1950 Dawn - Lorain, Ohio, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Four objects were observed by three witnesses briefly (Smith).

19 July 1950 After 2200 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada -   Farmer incident.

19 July 1950 22:50 - Florence, Arizona , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness for 30 seconds (Horne).

19 July 1950 Night - West Milford, New Jersey, USA -   28 objects were observed by one witness (Titus).

19 July 1950 23:30 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Two softball sized objects hover, change colors, rise up vertically and vanish.

20 July 1950 - Porto Novo, Brazil -   Two huge silver objects by side of road, one on hillock, other on flat ground, 600m distance. Went away at incredible speed, causing rush of air than rocked car.

20 July 1950 - Porto Novo, Brazil -   Two large, silvery objects by the side of the road

20 July 1950 11:50 - Daytona Beach, Florida, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by 20 witnesses briefly (Young).

20 July 1950 Night - West Milford, New Jersey, USA -   Many objects were observed by one witness (Titus).

22 July 1950 - Ladd AFB, Alaska, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed by military witnesses at an airfield. Explanation: Balloon.

23 July 1950 22:50 - Guyancourt Airport, France -   Fellow pilot Mignon said he was present at first telling of story, and it was intended only as an amusing tall tale. Explanation: Hoax.

26 July 1950 02:30 - Los Angeles, California , USA -   Two young men driving see light gray disc hover 1000 feet at highway intersection. It dashed off suddenly, left bluish-white vapor trail.

26 July 1950 07:30 - Cesson, France -   Disc to the east, turns to the northeast. Had white beam. Vanished in place.

29 July 1950 22:00 - Springfield, Illinois, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Graham; Kibele; Meikle).

30 July 1950 - Palmdale, California , USA -   CAA incident.

30 July 1950 - Williamsville, Illinois, USA -   Ten feet long glowing cylinder explodes in propeller of DC-3. No damage to aircraft.

30 July 1950 - Hanford Aec, Washington, USA -   Radar-visual confirmation. USAF jets srambled to chase disc seen over AEC plant.

In August 1950 - Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported. Explanation: Meteor.

31 July 1950 - St John'S, Newfoundland, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness. Explanation: Meteor.

In August 1950 - Holloman AFB, New Mexico, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by more than two experienced witnesses at an airfield.

In August 1950 - O'Fallon, Illinois, USA -   A daylight disc was observed by a male witness (Dargie).

In August 1950 - Valjandi, Estonia -   6m long ovoid in field. Small figures walk around awkwardly. Telepathy. Silent takeoff.

In August 1950 Daytime - Brooklyn, New York, USA -   Abduction

In August 1950 13:00 - Cours-les-Barres, France -   Hat-shaped disc hovers over river for 60 minutes. Animals flee. Object shoots away extremely fast.

In August 1950 14:00 - Big Sur Se, California , USA -   Silent cigar hovers 5km offshore. Estimated and 200m altitude. Flies rapidly to the south, returns and circles. Flies rapidly to the south again.

In August 1950 14:30 - McClellan AFB, California , USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed by 24 witnesses at an airfield for 30 minutes (Obert). Explanation: Balloon.

In August 1950 15:30 - Nizhne-Kolymsk, Russia -   Planes chase disc, it zips up and away.

In August 1950 20:40 - Hollister, Missouri, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for 30 minutes (Kennedy).

In August 1950 21:00 - Tigard, Oregon, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed in clear weather by one witness for six seconds. Explanation: Aircraft.

In August 1950 Night - Chicago, Illinois, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness for 18 seconds (Huddlestun).

1 August 1950 20:00 - Lewiston, Maine, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

2 August 1950 - San Rafael, California , USA -   Strange cloud at 15,000 feet altitude, moves against wind. Radiates colors: green, blue, red, orange.

3 August 1950 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported near a nuclear test site (Quiland). Explanation: Meteor.

4 August 1950 - Vastra Vingaker, Sweden -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one male witness for 12 seconds (Weinblad).

4 August 1950 Around 1000 - North Atlantic, Atlantic -   SS Marcala incident.

4 August 1950 10:00 - Atlantic -   10 feet elliptical half-egg or cylindrical object seen by U.S. Naval officers

4 August 1950 10:30 - Little Rock, Arkansas, USA -   Disc reflects sunlight, turns to the east and takes off.

In early August 1950 02:15 - La Roche.Yon, France -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by one witness for over 15 minutes (Bonneau; Desmas).

5 August 1950 11:30 - Great Falls, Montana, USA -   280 frames of 16mm film. UFOs hovered, then moved smoothly at very high speed (400mph) in an arch. Aluminum discs, "like two new dimes", 50 feet diameter, 3' depth, distance two miles.

6 August 1950 15:20 - Riverdale, Illinois, USA -   Disc flies over. Too round to be a plane, to fast to be a balloon.

6 August 1950 17:00 - Galesburg, Illinois, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by three witnesses for five minutes (Johnson).

6 August 1950 Around 1900 - Rock Island, Illinois, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. More than one object was observed by a male witness (Arming).

6 August 1950 22:28 - Buffalo, New York, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by five witnesses for five minutes (Bauer).

7 August 1950 - Pacific -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported from SS Minerva (Wulf). Explanation: Meteor.

7 August 1950 04:00 - Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA -   Black object at 20,000 feet disappear in the distance. Explanation: Aircraft.

8 August 1950 03:45 - San Diego, California , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly (McClure).

8 August 1950 Around 2100 - Springfield, Vermont, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by one witness (Hood).

8 August 1950 Night - Madera, Pennsylvania, USA -   Two objects were observed by one witness (Waring).

9 August 1950 - Ancenis, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

9 August 1950 Night - Salem, Oregon, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

9 August 1950 Night - Seattle, Washington, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

10 August 1950 06:00 - Enumclaw, Washington, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Malidore).

10 August 1950 14:00 - Twin Falls, Idaho, USA -   Cube shaped flying object size of house, plus 25 saucers.

10 August 1950 21:30 - Tucson, Arizona , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for over one minute (Glaus).

10 August 1950 21:30 - Tolovana Park, Oregon, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by one witness on the shore for over three minutes (Ordway).

11 August 1950 - Japan -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness. Explanation: Meteor.

11 August 1950 10:30 - Antigo, Wisconsin, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by three witnesses.

11 August 1950 19:30 - USA -   A fireball was observed. One fireball was observed. Explanation: Meteor.

11 August 1950 20:30 - Portland, Oregon, USA -   Meteor-like objects were observed. More than one object was observed by a male witness briefly (Leisy).

11 August 1950 20:30 - Tacoma, Washington, USA -   Meteor-like objects were observed. More than two objects were observed by a male witness briefly (Clifford).

11 August 1950 20:30 - Seattle, Washington, USA -   Meteor-like objects were observed. Two objects were observed by a male witness briefly (Frause).

11 August 1950 22:00 - Twin Falls, Idaho, USA -   Unidentified but otherwise conventional objects were sighted. More than one object was observed by three witnesses (Adamson).

12 August 1950 - Bogalusa, Louisiana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Hines). Explanation: Meteor.

12 August 1950 - Flatrock, Newfoundland, Canada -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Allen). Explanation: Meteor.

12 August 1950 - Campello, Switzerland -   Discs leave luminous wake. Gyrates with "organ music" sound.

12 August 1950 02:04 - Vastra Vingaker, Sweden -   Falling leaf motion.

12 August 1950 Daytime - Yuma, Arizona , USA -   Disc-shaped object with glowing outer edge zoomed to position directly over Main Street, then shot straight up into clouds.

12 August 1950 16:30 - Trafford, Pennsylvania, USA -   An object was observed using optical instruments. One object was observed by more than one male witness, one of them an experienced observor, for 30 minutes (West).

12 August 1950 17:45 - Yuma, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by a male witness for over one minute (Schocke).

15 August 1950 11:30 - Great Falls, Montana, USA -   Great Falls Case. Mariana Film. Motion pictures of two round, white objects passing behind water tower. Official hedged explanation: aircraft.

15 August 1950 Noon - Santa Clara, California , USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Two objects were observed by four witnesses (Kiely).

16 August 1950 Morning - Pacoima, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses for over four minutes (Little).

16 August 1950 09:43 - Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness for 12 seconds (Lowe).

16 August 1950 Afternoon - Simms, Montana, USA -   Several objects were observed by three witnesses (Mariana).

17 August 1950 14:13 - San Francisco, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness for 42 seconds (Paige).

18 August 1950 Around 1000 - Bloomingdale, Illinois, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation.

18 August 1950 Evening - Chur, Switzerland -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by one witness (Bruesch).

19 August 1950 - Great Falls, Montana, USA -   Motion pictures

19 August 1950 12:10 - Astoria, Oregon, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly.

19 August 1950 12:10 - Longview, Washington, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly.

19 August 1950 12:10 - Olympia, Washington, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly.

19 August 1950 12:10 - Ellensburg, Washington, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by several witnesses briefly. Explanation: Meteor.

19 August 1950 12:10 - Seattle, Washington, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly.

20 August 1950 - Astoria, Wa, Oregon, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by more than four witnesses (Jensen). Explanation: Meteor.

20 August 1950 - Junsele-Ramsele, Sweden -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. Five objects were observed by three witnesses.

20 August 1950 13:30 - Portland N, Oregon, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by three witnesses in a residential area for 30 seconds (Cooper).

20 August 1950 13:30 - Nicosia, Cyprus -   Small, round or elliptical, bright object overhead

21 August 1950 09:45 - Merritt Parkway, Connecticut, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Seven objects were observed by three witnesses on a highway for over three minutes (Mount).

21 August 1950 Night - Echterdingen Aab, Germany -   White ovoid joins balloon. Explanation: Balloon.

21 August 1950 23:50 - Rochester, New York, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Bock).

22 August 1950 10:15 - Moline, Illinois, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Four objects were observed by a male witness for a few seconds. Explanation: Aircraft.

22 August 1950 10:15 - Quad-City Apt, Illinois, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Four objects were observed by several witnesses at an airport for a few seconds. Explanation: Aircraft.

22 August 1950 18:20 - Upper Manoa Valley, Hawaii, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by four witnesses for over 25 minutes (Hill).

22 August 1950 20:00 - Bermuda Sw, Atlantic -   USAF RB-29 373Rd Recon incident.

23 August 1950 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Barringer). Explanation: Meteor.

24 August 1950 08:04 - Bermuda -   Distinct bright unidentified target travel at same speed

27 August 1950 18:30 - Brockton, Massachusetts, USA -   Shiny white spherical object about 20 feet diameter. Explanation: Balloon.

28 August 1950 20:09 - Geyser, Montana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses for six seconds (Cockrill).

29 August 1950 17:30 - Holly Hill, Florida, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses (Salter).

30 August 1950 - Ernest Harmon Afb, Newfoundland, Canada -   An object was tracked by radar. An unidentified object was tracked by radar at an airfield. Explanation: Weather.

30 August 1950 - Sandy Point, Canada -   A black or dark round object

30 August 1950 10:45 - Alamogordo, New Mexico, USA -   Two glaringly bright circular to elliptical unidentified objects

30 August 1950 16:00 - Kippens, Canada -   Black or yellowish-brown object

30 August 1950 22:40 - Bueren Arch, Switzerland -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by several witnesses (Scheidegger; Schwalb).

In September 1950 - Van Nuys, California , USA -   Pilot incident.

In September 1950 - Du Bois, Pennsylvania, USA -   ANG 229th Artillery incident.

September 1950 - North Korea -   Navy planes on mission approached by two large discs, radar jammed, radio transmitter blocked by buzzing noise each time new frequency tried

In September 1950 07:00 - Coast, North Korea -   Douglas incident.

31 August 1950 10:00 - Alamogordo, New Mexico, USA -   Project TWINKLE theodolite crews tracked and filmed multiple objects

In September 1950 21:00 - Sand Patch, Pennsylvania, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by several witnesses for a few seconds (Hersch).

31 August 1950 Night - Lubbock, Texas, USA -   Motion pictures

1 September 1950 - Ernest Harmon Afb, Newfoundland, Canada -   An object was tracked by radar. An unidentified object was tracked by radar only by one witness at an airfield.

1 September 1950 19:35 - McKorryuk,, Alaska, USA -   Strange deep red ball of fire near the horizon

2 September 1950 16:45 - Wattener Lizum, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported.

3 September 1950 14:00 - Spokane, Washington, USA -   Three metallic bronze discs, 20-30 feet long. Explanation: Meteor.

4 September 1950 21:40 - Great Falls, Montana, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Six objects were observed by two witnesses for six seconds (Pike).

5 September 1950 13:15 - Chicago, Illinois, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by ten witnesses briefly (Johnson).

8 September 1950 - Spokane, Washington, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Ponsness). Explanation: Meteor.

9 September 1950 23:59 - Columbia Sw50M, South Carolina, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for two minutes (Foye).

10 September 1950 - Sandy Hook T33, New Jersey, USA -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed for 30 minutes (Rogers).

11 September 1950 - Adak, Alaska, USA -   Photo, evaluated as a lens flare. Explanation: LensFlare.

11 September 1950 00:00 - Lourdes, France -   Hovered.

11 September 1950 Night - Tarbes, France -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed.

12 September 1950 05:45 - Shreveport, Louisiana, USA -   An object, later identified as the planet Venus, was observed. One object was observed by 40 witnesses for over 15 minutes (Hodges). Explanation: Planet.

12 September 1950 Daytime - Wickiup Reservoir, Oregon, USA -   Motion pictures. 8mm movies shot with telescopic lens, 10 feet of film shows spinning disc.

13 September 1950 - Effingham, Illinois, USA -   Three dull red lights in triangle formation on collision course

13 September 1950 19:30 - Effingham Sw 5M, Illinois, USA -   Private Pilot incident. Explanation: Aircraft.

13 September 1950 Evening - West Yellowstone, Montana, USA -   Nocturnal lights were observed by one witness (Martinez).

14 September 1950 - Lake In, Ontario, Canada -   Photo

15 September 1950 Evening - Banning, California , USA -   Several objects were observed by one witness (Leng).

18 September 1950 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Fowler). Explanation: Balloon.

18 September 1950 14:00 - Missouri, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed by a male witness for several hours (Haverty; Inman; James). Explanation: Balloon.

18 September 1950 16:00 - Poplar, Montana, USA -   Round object moving erratically at high speed then hover

20 September 1950 01:30 - Nashville, Tennessee, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Garman).

20 September 1950 01:35 - Murray, Kentucky, USA -   A fireball was observed. One fireball was observed by a male witness briefly. Explanation: Meteor.

20 September 1950 10:49 - Kit Carson, Colorado, USA -   Brilliant white star like object accelerate and decelerate

20 September 1950 22:30 - Lakewood, Colorado , USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Several objects were observed by a male military witness briefly (Arnold; Smethills). Explanation: Meteor.

20 September 1950 22:30 - Pueblo, Colorado , USA -   CAA incident. Explanation: Meteor.

20 September 1950 22:30 - Fort Collins, Colorado , USA -   Meteor-like objects were observed. More than two objects were observed by one witness briefly (Knopf). Explanation: Meteor.

20 September 1950 22:30 - Laramie, Wyoming, USA -   Meteor-like objects were observed. Several objects were observed by a male witness briefly. Explanation: Meteor.

20 September 1950 22:30 - St George, Utah, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Gurney). Explanation: Meteor.

20 September 1950 22:45 - Arizona, USA -   A fireball was observed. One fireball was observed. Explanation: Meteor.

20 September 1950 22:45 - Sedalia S1M, Colorado , USA -   Meteor-like objects were observed. Nine objects were observed by four witnesses for over one minute (Hersche; Swearingen). Explanation: Meteor.

21 September 1950 09:55 - Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA -   Provincetown/Otis AFB Case, tracked on SCR-615B radar

21 September 1950 21:00 - Apolda, Germany -   Procession of objects.

25 September 1950 21:00 - Birmingham, Alabama, USA -   Cigar hovers right over Drive-In movie screen for 15 minutes during showing. Explanation: Star.

27 September 1950 20:00 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA -   Police saw 6' diameter. globe float to field. Dissolved leaving sticky, odorless residue. Explanation: Planet.

29 September 1950 - Sandia Base, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported at a military facility (Orlevich). Explanation: Meteor.

In October 1950 - Bruges, Belgium -   Photo. Explanation: Hoax.

In Fall 1950 - Westminster, Massachusetts, USA -   An abduction of a witness was reported. An abduction by alien entities was reported by one female 13-year-old witness for several hours (Andreasson).

In October 1950 - N, Zimbabwe -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported. Explanation: Meteor.

In Fall 1950 - Kalispell, Montana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by three witnesses briefly (Hagen).

In Fall 1950 - Solway Firth, UK -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One object was observed at a lake.

In October 1950 - Euphrates River, Iraq -   Hovered.

In October 1950 11:00 - Farmington, New Mexico, USA -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. Six objects were observed by 12 witnesses for ten minutes (Pace).

In Fall 1950 16:00 - Carlisle, UK -   A daytime disc was reported.

In October 1950 Around 1600 - Ganserndorf, Austria -   A daytime disc was reported (Radhammer).

In Fall 1950 16:10 - Selsea Bill, UK -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

In Fall 1950 Dusk - Coventry, UK -   A daytime disc was reported.

In October 1950 18:00 - Trail, Oregon, USA -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. An unidentifiable object was observed at close range.

In Fall 1950 Dusk - Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania, USA -   Meteor-like objects were observed. More than one object was observed by two witnesses briefly (Schwartz).

In Fall 1950 Dusk - Boulder, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two male witnesses for several minutes (Sprinkle).

In October 1950 18:30 - Worland, Wyoming, USA -   Waiting for drive-in movie to start, saw three objects move across visible sky in 1/2 minutes.

In Fall 1950 19:00 - London Apt, UK -   (Ambiguous location - more than one place with this name).

In October 1950 19:20 - Visalia, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for over four minutes (Payton).

In October 1950 Evening - Camel Hump Area, Oregon, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Cushman).

In October 1950 Evening - Karthaus, Pennsylvania, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by one witness (Wooster).

In October 1950 Around 2000 - Clarissa, Minnesota, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by two witnesses for 12 seconds (Christie). Explanation: Meteor.

1 October 1950 - New York, New York, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Scully). Explanation: Balloon.

3 October 1950 11:48 - Claremont, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses for several minutes (Laudermilk).

4 October 1950 Afternoon - Williams Bay, Wisconsin, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by one witness briefly (Schramek).

4 October 1950 17:20 - Kentucky, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly.

5 October 1950 - San Francisco, California, USA -   Hardin/Conroy Case

5 October 1950 10:05 - Colorado Springs, Colorado , USA -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. Less than 20 objects were observed by four witnesses for two minutes (Campbell).

In early October 1950 11:00 - Pikeville, Kentucky, USA -   SEVENTY SOME FLYING DISKS OBSERVED IN 1950

5 October 1950 19:32 - Van Nuys, California , USA -   Calif. Central Al incident.

In early October 1950 Evening - Beryl Springs, Wyoming, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by five witnesses for a few seconds (Mandrich).

7 October 1950 19:30 - Lihue, Hawaii, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses for a few seconds (Horner). Explanation: Meteor.

9 October 1950 19:45 - Williamstown, Vermont, USA -   Pendulum motion. two cylinders hand in vertical position in sky, swing like pendulums. Explanation: Star.

9 October 1950 Evening - Fayston, Vermont, USA -   Several objects were observed by several witnesses.

10 October 1950 - New Orleans, Louisiana, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Larrieu; Markopolis). Explanation: Balloon.

11 October 1950 - Lark River, Utah, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Porter). Explanation: Meteor.

11 October 1950 10:40 - Paradise, California , USA -   Angel hair

12 October 1950 23:15 - Barnwood, UK -   Unidentified but otherwise conventional objects were sighted. Four objects were observed by one witness.

12 October 1950 23:25 - Oak Ridge Nuclear Facility, Tennessee, USA -   Wave of at least 16 sightings in three weeks begins now. Explanation: Malfunct.

13 October 1950 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Sightings by AEC security patrols

14 October 1950 03:50 - March AFB, California , USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported at an airfield for over three minutes (Faulk).

15 October 1950 12:30 - Columbus, Ohio, USA -   Huge copper disc hovers for several seconds, shoots into cloud at incredible speed.

15 October 1950 15:20 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   AEC Security Patrol encounters object. Explanation: Balloon.

15 October 1950 16:20 - Pope AFB, North Carolina, USA -   Four round shiny 100 feet objects

16 October 1950 - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Isabell). Explanation: Balloon.

16 October 1950 20:00 - Trequite, UK -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by one female witness, an experienced observor (Bray).

17 October 1950 - France, France -   An object was observed. Traces found. An unidentified object at close range (with physical effects) was observed by one witness.

18 October 1950 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Unidentified radar contacts

18 October 1950 16:00 - White Lake, Wisconsin, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by one witness for 30 minutes (Royce). Explanation: Star.

18 October 1950 20:45 - Innsbruck, Austria -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

19 October 1950 - Corfu, off Greece, Greece -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by two witnesses.

19 October 1950 11:55 - Altoona S, Pennsylvania, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for a few seconds.

20 October 1950 - Kirtland AFB, New Mexico, USA -   Flying Saucers Observed Over Kirtland AFB and Camp Hood

20 October 1950 16:50 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   A daytime disc was reported.

20 October 1950 18:20 - New Haven, Connecticut, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object, larger than a star, was observed in clear weather by three witnesses in a yard for 18 seconds (Hitchens). Explanation: Aircraft.

20 October 1950 19:40 - Camaguey Province, Cuba -   Beech Bonanza incident.

21 October 1950 - Warrenton, North Carolina, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported (Bowers). Explanation: Star.

23 October 1950 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Lab employee sees UFO; flash/radiation detected at Oak Ridge

23 October 1950 12:42 - Bonlee, North Carolina, USA -   Aluminum object shaped like a dirigible

24 October 1950 Noon - Mobile, Alabama, USA -   Three objects were observed by two witnesses (Escalante).

24 October 1950 18:20 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   An unidentified object was tracked by radar and sighted visually.

27 October 1950 Around 1600 - France, France -   An object was observed. Traces found. An unidentified object at close range (with physical effects) was observed by one witness.

28 October 1950 - Genessee Mountain, Colorado , USA -   Photo. Explanation: Coincidenc.

28 October 1950 - Edinburgh, UK -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Three objects were observed by one witness (Kirkhope).

28 October 1950 Daytime - Yorktown, New Jersey, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by one witness (Johnson).

30 October 1950 09:45 - Bakersfield, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by three witnesses briefly (Holden).

30 October 1950 10:50 - Devonport, UK -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Two objects, larger than a star, were observed by a male witness on the ocean for ten minutes.

30 October 1950 15:00 - Roma, Vatican, Italy -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One disc was observed in clear weather by one male witness (Pope Pius XII).

30 October 1950 22:50 - Teignmouth, UK -   A flying disc was observed. One disc, larger than a star, was observed by several witnesses.

30 October 1950 23:00 - Paignton, UK -   One object, the size of a star, was observed by one male witness on the ocean for two minutes (Bray; Cove; Jeffrey; Richardson).

30 October 1950 23:00 - Preston, UK -   (Ambiguous location - more than one place with this name).

30 October 1950 23:00 - Torre, UK -   Objects were sighted that had an appearance and aerobatic performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. Three objects, the size of a star, were observed by one male witness (Maloney; Warren).

30 October 1950 23:05 - Bitterne, UK -   A flying disc was observed. One disc, larger than a star, was observed by one male witness (Mortimer).

31 October 1950 - Cuba -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported (Suero). Explanation: Meteor.

31 October 1950 - Vaticano, Italy -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentifiable object and its occupants were observed at close range.

In November 1950 - San Francisco, California , USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Bass). Explanation: Balloon.

In November 1950 - Carauari, Brazil -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One cigar-shaped object was observed by several witnesses.

In Late 1950 - Australia, Australia -   15 reports of same UFO.

In November 1950 - Pendoggett, UK -   An aircraft-like object was observed. One aircraft-like object was observed (Jackson). Explanation: Aircraft.

In Late 1950 - Fort Benning, Georgia, USA -   Flying discs were observed. Two discs were observed in clear weather by a group of male military witnesses, typical age 30, at a military facility for a few minutes.

In November 1950 - French River, Ontario, Canada -   Hog mutilation.

In November 1950 Daytime - St Louis, Washington Univ, Missouri, USA -   UFO crosses football field at Washington University.

In Late 1950 Around 1700 - Nellis AFB, Nevada, USA -   A flying disc was observed. Multiple independent witnesses. One disc was observed in clear weather by more than three male experienced witnesses near a nuclear test site (Krause).

31 October 1950 Night - Exmoor, UK -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

1 November 1950 - Paignton, UK -   Police incident.

1 November 1950 Daytime - Vaticano, Italy -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One disc was observed by one male witness (Pius XII).

1 November 1950 19:20 - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada -   A hovering object was observed. One object was observed by one witness.

1 November 1950 20:30 - Herts, UK -   One object, larger than a star, was observed by a male witness for 30 seconds (Wilkins).

2 November 1950 - E, USA -   A fireball was observed. One fireball was observed. Explanation: Meteor.

2 November 1950 18:20 - Gowerton, Wales, UK -   Two lights seen traveling across sky. Police Sgt. Saw bright white ball of light. After few seconds broke into two pieces with shower of red sparks coming from rear. UFOs were "definitely joined in the sky" by tether.

2 November 1950 19:35 - New York, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly. Explanation: Meteor.

5 November 1950 11:55 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Darting pear-shaped object over Oak Ridge

5 November 1950 13:50 - Jonesville Sw, Louisiana, USA -   A daytime disc was reported for two minutes (Bell).

5 November 1950 16:15 - Preston, UK -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by three witnesses for a few seconds (Wade).

6 November 1950 22:35 - Timmins, California , USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly.

7 November 1950 - -   USAF incident.

7 November 1950 07:00 - Lakehurst, New Jersey, USA -   Pilot saw a steady white 10-12 inch light to his right. Explanation: Balloon.

7 November 1950 Night - Bognor Regis, UK -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by one witness for over one minute (Bradley). Explanation: Star.

8 November 1950 Daytime - Vaticano, Italy -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One disc was observed by one male witness (Pius XII).

8 November 1950 Evening - Oakland, California , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by a male witness. Explanation: Aircraft.

10 November 1950 - Ruislip, UK -   An object was tracked by radar. An unidentified object was tracked by radar. Explanation: Weather.

10 November 1950 09:00 - Heston Airdrome, UK -   A daytime disc was reported at an airport for five minutes.

10 November 1950 Night - Exmoor, UK -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

11 November 1950 - -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed. Explanation: Balloon.

11 November 1950 22:00 - Wuhan E, China -   Students incident.

12 November 1950 Daytime - Barrow In Furness, UK -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by one witness for over one minute (Decker).

12 November 1950 After 1600 - Fredericia, Denmark -   One white object was observed by two witnesses for 12 seconds.

13 November 1950 - Meridian, Mississippi, USA -   Balloon-like object observed. One ball was observed (Stevens). Explanation: Balloon.

14 November 1950 - Key West, Florida, USA -   An object was tracked by radar. An unidentified object was tracked by radar only. Explanation: Aircraft.

14 November 1950 14:30 - Rome, Georgia, USA -   A daytime disc was observed by a male witness for over three minutes.

21 November 1950 16:40 - Pasco, Washington, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by 25 male witnesses near a nuclear test site for eight minutes (Torbergson). Explanation: Aircraft.

23 November 1950 15:20 - Maxwell AFB, Alabama, USA -   Disc flies southwest rapidly to the northeast, does flip over town. Second disc flies southwest rapidly to the northeast. two more fly south rapidly to the north. Explanation: Birds.

In late November 1950 Around 1600 - Lynton, UK -   A fireball was observed. One fireball was observed (Hinchcliffe). Explanation: Meteor.

26 November 1950 - Sussex Coast, UK -   Two airmen flying over Sussex coast saw silver-blue disc moving rapidly to the south. Object "tumbled over" and disappeared into clouds at terrific speed.

27 November 1950 01:30 - Huron, South Dakota, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by four witnesses for 90 minutes (Fowler; Hiller). Explanation: Star.

27 November 1950 02:00 - Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by one witness for 90 minutes (Hiller). Explanation: Star.

27 November 1950 10:30 - Evansville, Wisconsin, USA -   Six elliptical UFOs flew in loose echelon formation, made sound like helicopters, speed 500mph, altitude 10,000'. Seen by commercial pilot.

27 November 1950 21:10 - Bakersfield W, California , USA -   Bright light made sharp turn toward DC-3, flew parallel, then pulled ahead to left, speed over 200mph. Explanation: Aircraft.

28 November 1950 Around 2200 - Gainesville, Florida, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by four witnesses for five minutes (May).

28 November 1950 Night - British Guyana, Guyana -   Airline Crew incident.

29 November 1950 05:00 - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA -   Radar. Explanation: Mirage.

In 1951 - Boulder, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. An unidentified object moving in a straight trajectory across the sky was observed by a male witness (Sprinkle).

30 November 1950 - Alaska, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness. Explanation: Meteor.

In 1951 - Longmeadow Dc4, Massachusetts, USA -   UAL incident.

In December 1950 - Inchon, South Korea -   Gardiners Bay incident.

In 1951 - San Jose, California , USA -   A fireball was observed. One fireball was observed.

In 1951 - Gonzales, Louisiana, USA -   Ghost lights.

In 1951 - Lubbock, Texas, USA -   Photo

In 1951 - Las Cruces W, New Mexico, USA -   Radar

Early 1950's - Redfern, New South Wales, Australia -   A hovering flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by a male experienced witness on a railroad (James).

Early 1950's - Sevilla, Spain -   Close encounter with a craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by two female witnesses, one of them an experienced observor, in a yard. Explanation: Psych.

In 1951 - Chickasha, Oklahoma, USA -   Nocturnal lights were observed by a male witness (Bush).

In December 1950 - Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA -   USAF officer reports metallic UFO.

In 1951 - Great Falls, Montana, USA -   An object was tracked by radar and sighted visually. An unidentified object was tracked by radar and sighted visually.

In 1951 - Oakland, California , USA -   A daylight disc was observed by a male witness (Berry).

Early 1950's - Austria -   Us Army Soldier incident.

Early 1950's - Cairns, Queensland, Australia -   Two round objects moved in tandem about the sky, about 1' apart.

In 1951 - Germany, Germany -   UFOs outmaneuver pilot and future astronaut Gordon Cooper.

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30 November 1950 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   UFOs, radar-jamming, and radiation at Oak Ridge

In 1951 03:00 - USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

In 1951 Daytime - White Sands, New Mexico, USA -   Objects were tracked by radar and sighted visually. Animal reactions to the objects were reported. More than two objects were observed.

In 1951 Daytime - Korea, South Korea -   Photo

Early 1950's Daytime - Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed in clear weather by a male witness (Klocek). Explanation: Planet.

In December 1950 15:00 - Flaxcombe, Saskatchewan, Canada -   An unidentified but otherwise conventional object was sighted. One object was observed by three witnesses for 12 seconds (Cameron).

In 1951 17:00 - Santa Rosa, California , USA -   An object was observed. Traces found. An unidentified object at close range (with physical effects) was observed by one witness.

Early 1950's 17:30 - Bau, Malaysia -   Dome-shaped object with brightly lit portholes, antenna-like structure protruding from top. Below she could see three anchor like structures. As large as a house.

Early 1950's Evening - Topanga Canyon, California , USA -   Silver bar-shaped object hovering and darting back and forth. Possible other witnesses.

In December 1950 20:00 - Youngstown N, Alberta, Canada -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses for 12 seconds (Cameron).

Early 1950's Evening - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA -   An object was tracked by radar and sighted visually. One object was observed by a male witness (Eberman).

In December 1950 20:00 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   An object was tracked by radar. One disc was observed near a nuclear test site for over one minute (Turner). Explanation: Aircraft.

In 1951 22:15 - Terrest, Belgium -   Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. An unidentified object at close range and its occupants were observed by two witnesses on a highway.

In 1951 Night - -   Nocturnal lights were reported by crew of a CVE Class Carrier.

Early 1950's Around 2300 - Kuching, Malaysia -   Boy Scouts incident.

1 December 1950 22:40 - Ellenton, South Carolina, USA -   An unusual object was sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. One object was observed by three witnesses for ten minutes (Dunbar).

2 December 1950 06:00 - Looe, UK -   One object was observed by two witnesses on a farm.

2 December 1950 10:50 - Nanyuki, Kenya -   Project Blue Book "unidentified" case. Pearly white glowing disc spins, paces jeep. Makes buzzing noise like bees.

2 December 1950 Daytime - UK -   Sightings from various sites.

2 December 1950 Afternoon - Rhyl, UK -   One object, larger than a star, was observed.

2 December 1950 15:55 - Exmouth, UK -   One object, larger than a star, was observed by a female witness.

2 December 1950 16:00 - Bovingdon, UK -   One object, the size of a star, was observed by several witnesses.

2 December 1950 20:00 - Melbourne, Sw, Victoria, Australia -   3 reports of same UFO.

2 December 1950 21:00 - Ellenton, South Carolina, USA -   Nocturnal lights were reported near a nuclear test site for ten minutes.

3 December 1950 12:00 - Laurie, Missouri, USA -   One object was observed by three witnesses.

5 December 1950 - Perigueux, France -   A flying disc was observed. One disc was observed by two witnesses.

5 December 1950 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Wife of security officer reports object made of polished metal

In early December 1950 10:47 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   Mineral Club incident.

5 December 1950 13:00 - Newbliss, Ireland -   A daytime disc was reported for over one minute.

6 December 1950 - Laredo AFB, Texas, USA -   Possible UFO crash/retrieval.

6 December 1950 - -   National alert when radar picked up unknowns

6 December 1950 17:00 - Fort Meyers, Florida, USA -   75 feet object, 3-4 feet thick, bubble on top, silver with a red rim having two white and two orange jets

7 December 1950 Daytime - Rangely, Ok, Colorado , USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by four witnesses for over one minute (Fox; Smith).

7 December 1950 21:00 - Maryborough, Queensland, Australia -   (Ambiguous location - more than one place with this name).

8 December 1950 23:50 - Montague, Michigan, USA -   Landed remotely.

10 December 1950 19:30 - London, UK -   Nocturnal lights were reported.

10 December 1950 23:10 - St Louis, Missouri, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed briefly (Adickes).

10 December 1950 23:10 - Indiana, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness briefly.

11 December 1950 Daytime - Towyn/1, UK -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by 200 witnesses briefly.

11 December 1950 Afternoon - London, UK -   Flying discs were observed. Two discs, larger than a star, were observed by a male witness briefly.

11 December 1950 22:13 - Gulkana, Alaska, USA -   Two white flashes, followed by dark cloud - rose and split in two

12 December 1950 05:50 - Lewisburg Nw2M, West Virginia, USA -   Unusual objects were sighted, that had unconventional appearance and performance. More than one object was observed by four witnesses for 20 minutes (Harvey).

12 December 1950 20:45 - Nw Part, Georgia, USA -   Silent radium glow from ovoid object, went moving rapidly to the south overhead into cloud bank. No vapor trail.

13 December 1950 21:00 - Lake Champlain, Vermont, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One rocket-like object was observed at a lake for two minutes (Schirnhaus). Explanation: Meteor.

14 December 1950 07:00 - Bliss, Idaho, USA -   One round object was observed on a highway for over three minutes (Smith).

14 December 1950 16:05 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   USA incident.

15 December 1950 07:00 - Bentleigh, Victoria, Australia -   An object was sighted that had an appearance and performance beyond the capability of known earthly aircraft. One ovoid object, about 20 feet across, was observed by 12 female experienced witnesses in a residential area for over one minute.

15 December 1950 11:00 - North Island Nas, California , USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Many objects were observed by 20 witnesses at a military facility for four hours.

15 December 1950 23:45 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Radar visual confirmation.

15 December 1950 23:55 - Dalton Twp, Michigan, USA -   One object was observed by one witness.

16 December 1950 23:25 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA -   Fireball changed color from green to bright white, circled over Los Alamos.

16 December 1950 23:50 - Grand Haven, Michigan, USA -   Nautical UFO. Object lands on surface of Lake Michigan, making surface glow, then sinks.

18 December 1950 08:39 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   Calkins case. Explanation: Malfunct.

18 December 1950 09:15 - Honolulu, Hawaii, USA -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Seven objects were observed by one witness for 18 seconds (Wannell).

20 December 1950 18:20 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA -   AN&C Radar tracks UFO. Explanation: Cloud.

21 December 1950 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported near a nuclear test site (Fleck). Explanation: Meteor.

23 December 1950 - Point Loma, California , USA -   Seven teardrop objects maneuver near balloon. Several navy personnel with theodolite witness, UFO turns west moving rapidly to the over ocean.

24 December 1950 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported near a nuclear test site (Henricks). Explanation: Meteor.

In late December 1950 Daytime - Cheyenne S40M, Wyoming, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One object was observed by two witnesses (Broyles).

25 December 1950 22:40 - Honolulu, Hawaii, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. One object was observed by a male witness at an airfield for 30 seconds (Bowling; Powers). Explanation: Meteor.

27 December 1950 - Bradford, Illinois, USA -   Shutts Case

27 December 1950 16:34 - Bradford, Illinois, USA -   TWA airliner en route to Kansas City. Bright white light flashed red and green, "wobbled and swerved". Flew back-and-forth N-S, violently changing course. Explanation: Star.

28 December 1950 - Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA -   A meteor-like object was observed. Nocturnal lights were reported near a nuclear test site (Smith). Explanation: Meteor.

28 December 1950 03:45 - Las Hermitas, Spain -   An object was observed. Traces found. An unidentifiable object and its occupants were observed at close range. Explanation: Hoax.

29 December 1950 - Soviet-Iranian Border, Iran -   Wave of Nocturnal light and green fireball sightings.

In January 1951 - Oberlin, Ohio, USA -   An object which flew in a straight line across the sky was reported.

In January 1951 - Cauldwell, Ireland -   Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Two objects were observed.

In January 1951 - Congo -   Unidentified objects were sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. Two objects were observed.

In January 1951 Daytime - Alamogordo, New Mexico, USA -   An unidentified object was sighted, that had an unusual appearance or performance. One object was observed by two witnesses (Spradley).

Early 1950's After 1600 - Forest Hill, Texas, USA -   One object, about 150 feet across, was observed by more than one male witness, one of them an experienced observor, for a few seconds (Calhoun).

31 December 1950 17:09 - Fort Wayne E60M, Ohio, USA -   Light moved slowly on closing course. Explanation: Star.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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