The 1967 UFO Chronology
The "Mother of all Sighting Waves"

One of the Launch Control Facilities at Malmstrom AFB in Montana
Missileers report major Minuteman Missile shutdown in 1967
March 16, 1967; Nr Lewistown), Montana
Map of sightings for 1967, courtesy of Larry Hatch's "U" Database (Pending)
Map of Sightings for 1965-1969, courtesy of Larry Hatch's "U" database

Created: Sept. 18, 2006, Updated 3 Nov 2012
This is a massive, 85-page, chronology of UFO incidents and events for 1967
. Our thanks for these chronologies must go to our documentation team: Richard Hall (the original 1967 chronology from UFOE II and a huge updated file), William Wise (Project Blue Book Archive), Dan Wilson (archive researcher), and Brad Sparks (Comprehensive Catalog of Project Blue Book Unknowns). Last, but not least, our thanks to Jean Waskiewicz who created the online NICAP DBase (NSID) that helped make it possible to link from the cases to the reports themselves.

The year, 1967, encompassed a major part of the most intensive and long-lasting UFO sighting wave of all time. The wave was a U.S. and international UFO sighting wave that actually began in 1966. Not only was this a massive sighting wave involving nuclear equipped missile shutdowns, but also a number of humanoid incidents were reported along with the usual ground and air incidents. Other information pertaining to the wave are explored in the following reports, the first one available from the Fund for UFO Research; the others online on the NICAP site:

  • On April 21, 1967 the Strategic Air Command reached the level of 1000 operational Minuteman I and II ICBMs.
  • It is extremely interesting, too, that it was actually 1966 when the US reached a peak of 31,700 of stockpiled nuclear warheads. The year 1967 had 30,893 stockpiled, the third highest total, and 1965 had 31,642 stockpiled warheads, 2nd highest total.
  • This was also the year of the third Arab/Israeli war (June 5-10).
  • By year's end Project Blue Book received 937 UFO reports, even though they classified only 17 as unidentified.
Regarding the incident at Malmstrom on March 16, the 142-page report by Robert Salas and James Klotz can be ordered at Faded Giant. Other missile incidents are explored in the paper by Robert Hastings,  "UFO Sightings at ICBM Sites and Nuclear Weapons Storage Areas" For information on missile deployment, see To Defend & Deter. (1)

The latest update comes from Ref. 3 (see footnotes) by Jacques Vallee, and lists cases from the USSR.

Francis Ridge
NICAP Site Coordinator


The 1967 UFO Chronology

Jan., 1967 (Unknown date); Galesburg, IL
City, county, and state police were dispatched to an area west of Galesburg, Illinois after reports of sightings of a large UFO, "bigger than a trailer", with blue lights and a funnel on top were received. One Knoxville farmer and several motorists reported that the UFO "was round, big as a house, had no flying lights, but let off a greenish-blue light." Vibrations from the craft could be felt in the farmer's truck as it followed him along the Victoria blacktop about 7:00 PM. ( Skylook 41, p. 13)

Jan. 3, 1967 (approximate); New Richmond, Indiana
Dome-shaped object hovered over car, roadway brightly illuminated. Forward motion slowed, unable to accelerate, loss of steering control (Section VI).

Jan. 5 [25?], 1967; Winsted [Howard Lake?], Minn. (BBU)
4:30 a.m. Civilian man [Lenz?], 32, driving to work stopped to check his 1964 Chevy truck when its engine stalled. He then saw an intense light to his right, coming closer, then landing on the road, so he locked himself inside the truck. Object 75 ft diameter 30 ft high settled on tripod landing gear, an elevator-like device came down, and a man dressed in blue coveralls with "a glass fishbowl on his head," of medium height, seemed to check something then left. (Vallée Magonia 812; FUFOR Index)

Jan. 5, 1967; Philadelphia, PA
5:40 p.m. EST. A bank employee and three others watched a disc-shaped object with alternate red and green lights around it. The object circled over the area and emitted a buzzing sound. Each time it reached the western part of the circle, it stopped and changed to a vertical position, only the red lights visible and brightening, then it flipped back and resumed circling as before. After 45 minutes it shot away to the south. From the point where it disappeared, a square object sped into view going north. This object had a dim, blue-green light on each corner. Shortly afterwards, many aircraft were active in the sky. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. III, No. 11, Jan.-Feb., 1967, p. 4.)

Jan. 6, 1967; Harwich, MA
11:45 p.m. EST. A man and his daughter saw a thick, double-convex (lens) shaped disc with a dark upper surface, trapezoidal sections of fluorescent light on the lower portion, and pulsating colored lights (body lights). The object responded to house spotlights by blinking in the same sequence (light reaction). (Air Force report form in Colorado Project files.)

Jan. 7, 1967; St. Louis, MO
5:45 p.m. CST. A man first saw 4-5 square lights in a tilted row (body lights). The object, a domed disc shaped like a straw hat with flickering lights on the dome, then turned bright red. It appeared to be metallic. It hovered, tilted, leveled off, and sped away. (Letter dated 1/21/67 in NICAP files.)

Jan. 7, 1967; Goose Bay AFB, Labrador, Canada (BBU)
11:05 local time. (changes date to Jan 7). An airman radar operator of the 641at AC&W Squadron with his scope on 20 mile range picked up a target. The controller estimates its speed for the first eight sweeps to be 200 knots. During the next four sweeps its speed was 2100 knots 2,400 mph). The target was held for twelve sweeps then was lost off the scope. The radar was an AN/FPS-93.  The object appeared on two different radar sets operating on different frequencies and then was seen by an experienced pilot of a MAC C-97 aircraft. (Project 1947)

Jan. 9, 1967; Lake St. Clair, Detroit, MI
2:30 p.m. Photos by Grant and Dan Jaroslaw, Mt. Clemens, Michigan, four Polaroids depicting a flying saucer. The boys claimed that they observed the saucer pass over low and silently not far from their home. The object remained in view for ten minutes, after which they reported seeing an Air Force helicopter give chase. Dr. Hynek examined the photos and stated in a Detroit News article that there appeared to be no indication of a hoax. Unfortunately, it was. In 1976 the Jaroslaw brothers admitted to perpetrating the prank.

Jan. 9, 1967; Malta, Montana
9:00 p.m. MST. Alerted by their dog, (animal reaction), a farm family saw a large rectangular object that had glowing red light along the bottom and a large amber light on top (body lights) moving at high speed. It landed in a field where it remained for an hour with the red glow its distinguishing feature. Then the object suddenly disappeared as if it had taken off at high speed. (Billings Gazette, Montana, 1/20/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)     

Jan. 10, 1967; Bruceville, IN
8:30 p.m. EST. A woman and her son, 16, were driving home when they saw an elliptical dull gray object glowing a bluish color around the rim. It was estimated to be 25 feet over the car, 30 feet in diameter and 8 feet thick. The object hovered, moved slowly, then accelerated away. It displayed a disc shape when it banked slightly, and it had several dim lights (body lights) on its rim. (Ridge, 1994, p. 19. from APRO Bulletin No. 15.)

Jan. 10, 1967; Bangor, PA
10:50 p.m. EST. An electronics technician heard an intermittent sound that changed in pitch, then saw over the treetops two brilliant lights. Each light was dome-shaped and had a ring at the outer circumference. The objects maintained a constant position relative to each other. They moved, hovered, and then faded. A light beam was emitted to the ground, then disappeared. The initial lights then reappeared and the objects departed vertically at high speed. (Narrative from witness in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)

Jan. 11, 1967; Aveyon, France
Cat. 3.  White ball, oval near ground, whistling sound, heat, paralysis, car vibrating, road sign. (Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 17, No. 1; See Rodeghier, 1981, p.31)

1:30 a.m. CST. A 9-year-old saw a circular object with lighted dome, numerous body lights, short wings, three wheels hanging down, a door, and windows. A strange-looking man wearing a crinkley green suit stood in the door, sometimes illuminated by a rotating red light. The object hovered over a field, circled the house, and flew away. (Report from a dairy farm owner, Iola , KS, in NICAP files.)

Jan. 13, 1967; SW New Mexico, NW of El Paso, Tex., to Flagstaff-Winslow, Ariz. (BBU)
10 p.m. Pilot Carl M., an FO, and a passenger Jimmie Moran on a Lear Jet 23 en route from Houston, Tex., to Las Vegas, Nev., at 41,000 ft and 300 knots airspeed (Mach 0.82 or about 540 mph TAS) on a 300° heading saw a flashing [?] red oval luminous object in the 10 o'clock position. Object split into 4 similar red oval objects vertically a number of times, each separated by about 2,000 ft and each emitting a "red ray," then retracting the lowest objects up into the top object. Albuquerque radar tracked the object 39 miles ahead of the Lear jet moving on the same heading, with no transponder signal and at that moment the object blinked off visually for 30 seconds then blinked on. Albuquerque control contacted a National Airlines DC-8 over Casa Grande, Ariz., whose pilot confirmed the Lear pilot's reports. Albuquerque control warned the Lear that the object suddenly darted towards the Lear at high speed within seconds until the radar blips merged [possibly 39 miles in 10 seconds or roughly 14,000 mph]. Object flooded the Lear with intense red light so bright the pilot had difficulty seeing his instrument panel, and it maintained position in front of the Lear for a few minutes then, then blinked out then came on again and started falling back behind the left wing, then pulled forward again. (When the object blinked off radar at Albuquerque controllers would lose the object then regain it when it blinked on again (?).) Both UFO and Lear jet made left turns over Winslow, Ariz., then Los Angeles Center radar picked up both targets. Past Flagstaff the object climbed at a 30° angle disappearing to the W in <10 seconds. (Hynek UFO Experience chapter. 7, case RV-1; NARCAP; BB files??)

Jan. 15(?), 1967; Boxford, MA
3:00 a.m. EST. A witness saw a bright red object that looked like an upside down saucer (disc) with a white glowing rim. The object approached and circled the witness's home before moving away and disappearing. (Fowler, 1974, p. 343.).

Jan. 15, 1967; Granville, MA
5:45 p.m. EST. A woman and her two nieces saw a domed disc with white light emanating from portholes in its base. A humming sound was heard, and the sky and ground were illuminated by white light. Red flame jets appeared at one end when motion occurred. Speed was variable. At one point all its lights went out, and when they came back on, the portholes were showing red light. The object was seen three times within 20 minutes before disappearing. (Hartford Courant, Conn., 1/16/67; Gillmor, 1969, case 13; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p. 45; U.F.O Investigator, Vol. III, No. 11, Jan-Feb, 1967, p. 4.)

Jan. 15, 1967; North Granby, CN
Unspecified time. Six miles to the southeast of Granville, MA in North Granby, Conn., two women saw a disc-shaped object with a flange around it and white beams of light from portholes. The object passed  between witnesses and a mountain.  (Springfield Union, Mass., 2/22/67, copy in Keyhoe Archives)

Jan. 15, 1967; Roosevelt, UT
6:00 p.m. MST. Two couples saw a yellow glow coming from inside a dome-shaped object estimated to be two miles away. The object hovered and moved around slowly. (Salisbury, 1974, Case 40, Table 1)

Jan. 16, 1967; Charleston, South Carolina (BBU)
(McDonald list)

Jan. 16, 1967; Warner, NH
5:00 p.m. EST. A motorist noticed a bright light seemingly pacing him. A long cigar-shaped object with amber windows eventually came toward him on a slow and steady course, and he heard a soft purring sound. On one side was a blinking red light. Two very bright white lights were on the ends of protrusions sticking out from the sides near the front and these lights shone ahead like headlights. A second witness (retired missionary), was alerted and she reported seeing two bright light beams pointed earthward with a dark area between. The lights were bright yellow in the center and white around the edges. (New Hampshire NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.)

Jan. 16, 1967; Warner, NH
5:15 p.m. A couple in the same area reported seeing a slow-moving gray object with body lights. At 5:30 pm a woman and her daughter saw an object that looked like a box kite without paper (presumably rectangular) with two bright headlights on the front. The object was moving slowly, and hovering soundlessly, but there was a purring sound when it started to move away rapidly. All witnesses reported the object to be huge. (U.F.O Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 12, Mar.-Apr., 1967, p. 5.)

Jan. 16, 1967; Southeastern United States
Approximately 4:30-6:30 A.M. Sodium vapor clouds from rocket launched at Eglin AFB, FL, blue-green color, visible over wide area.

Jan. 17, 1967; Freetown, IN
Francis Bedel, Jr., (23) of Portland, Indiana, was driving on State Highway 135, a two-lane blacktop road, north of Freetown, he later reported to State Police, when a brilliant glowing white light darted into his field of vision. It apparently hovered over the road for a few seconds, then slowly reversed its course. Bedel was so busy staring at the spectacle that he lost control of his car, which left the road and was badly damaged. State Police who investigated said that Bedel was not drinking and was not injured in the crash. (NICAP files)

Jan. 17, 1967; Same evening; Freetown, IN
On the same stretch of highway on the same night, Mr. & Mrs. Phil Patton of Freetown, reported to State Police that a brightly lighted disc-shaped craft, about 30 feet in diameter, came down alongside their car. Mr. Patton told State Trooper Conrad that the object moved along the highway right in front of their car and about one hundred feet distant from it. They estimated that it was about 100 feet above the road and they described it as a circular in shape and about the size of a small house. The Patton's reported to police that they heard no sound from the object but that its outstanding characteristic was the extreme brilliance of its lights, predominately red but with flashing yellow and white along the side or bottom of the thing. After a half a minute, it flashed up and away. According to state police who investigated, the description given by the Patton's was identical to that given by Francis Bedel, the young man who wrecked his car while watching a similar spectacle, about a mile from the scene of the Patton's experience. (NICAP files)

Jan.18, 1967; S. Williamstown, MA
12:15 a.m. EST. Four witnesses saw a flash in the sky just before a power failure occurred. Then they saw a domed disc with body lights. It was near the ground on the opposite bank of the Green River. A red glowing object buzzed their car as they drove away. (Air Force report, Project Blue Book files, National Archives; Fowler, 1974, p. 343.)

Jan. 18, 1967; Norton, MA
6:30-6:45 a.m. EST. A man saw a cloud-like object with flat bottom, a dome on top, and a blue stripe. It hovered over an airport, then accelerated and sped away, disappearing in 3 seconds. (Robinson letter, NICAP files.) Independent observation: At 7:00 a.m. a patrolman in Mansfield, Mass., about 6 miles north of Norton, apparently independently of the above witness, saw an object with flat bottom and domed top that appeared fuzzy and cloud-colored, with a horizontal stripe of gas-flame-like blue color. (NICAP report form.)

Jan. 18, 1967; Shamokin, PA
6:00 p.m. EST.  A family watched a disc with a red light on a projection at the rear approach at low altitude (estimated 400-500 feet), viewed through binoculars. As it neared, the object emitted two pinkish-white light beams downward at about a 45-degree angle from its forward edge. It then turned, rose suddenly, joined a second object and both sped away. (Keyhoe and Lore,1969a, p.43.)

Jan.19, 1967; Dunbar, WV
9:05 a.m. EST. The owner of an appliance store saw a dull aluminum-colored sphere with a flange around the middle and a window at the top hovering about 4 feet over the road ahead of him. He estimated it to be 25 feet in diameter. When he was 10 feet from it, the object took off and swiftly rose out of sight. Two projections like antennae were visible on the top and two legs underneath, with an apparent propeller between them that revolved slowly while the object was hovering, faster during ascent. (NICAP report; Charleston Gazette, 1/20/67; Huntington Herald 1/20/67; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, sketch p. 46; Flying Saucer Review, 13 (3), May-June 1967, p. 4; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 11, Jan.-Feb., 1967, p. 4, dated as Jan. 17.)

Jan. 19, 1967; Milan, IN
3:00 p.m. A photograph was reportedly taken of a UFO by Reed Thompson, a 15-year-old boy from Milan. The town constable stated that the boy was reliable and said that he had seen the photo himself. His report to NICAP Indiana Unit No. 1 stated he watched the object for 5-7 minutes before it sped off. Later, one of Indiana's field investigators, Don Worley, obtained further information and a black & white copy of the original color photo, along with a report and drawings. (Ridge, APRO & NICAP files)

Jan. 19, 1967; Shamokin, PA area
Around 6:00 p.m. Another family reported two objects, one with light beams with red/green blinking lights across the front, a halo of bright light, and two "antennae" on the top. About 45 minutes later, a pastor reported following an object in his car that had two antennae on the top near the rear of the object.  (U.F.O. Investigator, Jan.-Feb., 1967, p. 8.)

Jan. 20, 1967; Methuen, MA
6:30 p.m. EST. Three girls, 16-17 years old, were traveling in an automobile when they saw a string of 9-10 bright red lights on a dark object that was moving over a field. The object hovered, and swung around, revealing lights of a different color and configuration. When the girls stopped to watch, their car stalled and the radio and lights went off (EM effects). Four glowing body lights were arranged in a trapezoid pattern, red lights on top and white lights forming the base. The lights appeared to be reflecting off a metal surface. The object started moving slowly and then shot away at high speed. Independent observation: A second car about 3 miles away driven by an adult male accompanied by his daughter and a friend saw 7-8 bright lights flying low. (Fowler, 1974, pp. 138-43; Sagan and Page, 1972, p. xxvi.).

Jan. 20, 1967; Over Lake Ontario
10:15 p.m. EST A pilot and his three passengers saw a round, glowing white object the size of a large apartment building, with a ring of red lights around it that blinked off and on. The object was above the plane at about 2,000 feet. The pilot was so disturbed by the sighting that he aborted the flight, returned to the airfield and landed. (Letter to APRO dated April 2, 1967, posted on NICAP web site.)

Jan. 21, 1967; Gering, NE
4:15 a.m. MST.  Two men saw a white or silver object with red, white, and blue pulsating body lights. It hovered for about 2 minutes and then seemed to follow their car. (Hall letter, Scottsbluff, NE., in NICAP files.)

Jan. 22, 1967; Providence, NC
8:35 p.m. EST. A man saw a bright light that changed to a series of lights which maneuvered, hovered, and bobbed like a cork on water. The object seemed to ascend with less effort than when it descended . (Compare to Sept. 20, 1966, Sebring, Fla., case.) A wind-like sound was heard. (NICAP report form.)

Jan. 24, 1967; Astoria, NY
1:00 a.m. EST. A witness saw a large solid object with two bright red vertical blinking body lights descend, emitting a sound like an electric shaver (buzzing). (NICAP report form.)

Jan. 24, 1967; Westport, CN
6:00 a.m. EST. A driver for a news service saw an elliptical object with many colored lights or ports on the underside, some red, some green. The object hovered over a house for 15 minutes, then flew away. (Westport News, 1/26/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Jan. 24, 1967; Yorba Linda, CA
5:25 p.m. PST. A 14-year-old boy saw and photographed a metallic-appearing object shaped like a top hat with four legs projecting from the bottom. (Hall, 2001, pp. 286-87, from "The Yorba Linda Photograph" in Flying Saucer Review, Special Issue, Nov. 1967, pp. 26-35.)

Jan. 25, 1967
Dr. E. U. Condon, scientific director of the Colorado UFO Project, spoke to the Corning, NY, section of the American Chemical Society, stating that the government should get out of the UFO business, since there was apparently nothing to it.

Jan. 25, 1967; South Ashburnham, MA
Betty Andreassen abduction case. Craft described as oval with a rim around its circumference, and resting on three legs. (Hall, 2001, pp. 529-30, from Fowler, 1979, 1982, 1990, 1995, section XIII).

Jan. 26, 1967; Jamaica, NY
1:30 a.m. EST. Three witnesses saw an oblong or oval object, gray or silver, with a red top. On top were several protrusions, along which moved green flashes of light. The object moved in erratic flight with a swirling motion and made a "weird" noise. A dog was reported to be upset by the phenomenon (animal reaction) during the sighting. (New York NICAP Subcommittee report and letter with a copy of Air Force report form, in NICAP files.)

Jan. 26, 1967; Kirkwood, MO
5:40 a.m. CST. A woman saw a disc-shaped object that was flat on the bottom and had a rounded top (dome). A group of closely spaced red lights was visible on the bottom. The object flew straight for 5-6 seconds before disappearing. (NICAP report form.)

Jan. 26, 1967; Havre, MT
8:15 p.m. MST. A man saw a solid ball (sphere) with blinking yellow body light(s) which descended, circled a mountain, and flew off. (NICAP report form.)

Jan. 26, 1967; Heidelberg, Germany
8:30 p.m. LT. Witnesses first heard a pulsating sound, then saw a shiny, metallic dirigible-shaped (elliptical) object; hovering over a building. As jets approached the object, it took off (aircraft avoidance) with its lights flashing in a regular cycle. (APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 4.)

Jan. 26, 1967; Near Coffeen, Illinois (BBU)
9 p.m. John Cox, Methodist minister, driving on Route 185 saw a 60 ft object, flat on the bottom, rounded on top, 10 ft thick, cross the road silently 300 ft away, at low speed. (Vallée Magonia 813; Hynek-CUFOS-Willy Smith files)

Jan. 28, 1967; Irish Valley, PA
6:00 p.m. Members of three families saw two objects, one saucer shaped (disc) with projections and a dome on top, blinking red and green lights across the front and a silver object protruding from the top. The objects variously maneuvered and hovered, together and independently. Many other area sightings also were reported. (Shamokin News Dispatch, Pa., 1/29/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Jan. 30, 1967; 5 miles SW and 20 miles W of Crosby, North Dakota (BBU)
8:04 a.m. (CST). Delton Schwanz, commercial pilot of 29 years' experience and past AAF/AF service, with wife Della and children Robert, Roger and Diane saw a bright white sharply outlined lozenge-shaped object (length/width ratio 4:1) to the W elevation 15°-20° momentarily stopped then moving in level flight to the left, with a smooth climb in the SW, dropped white "strips" of light that descended vertically, disappeared to the S at azimuth 170° by ascending to about 30°-45° elevation. George Larsen (Larson?) and Larry Pateof (Pace?) were independent witnesses driving by car 20 miles W of Crosby near intersection of Hwys 5 and 85 who saw large white light move rapidly from W to S dropping a "piece" of the object and disappearing suddenly. (Hynek-CUFOS-Willy Smith files; Hynek UFO Exp, case DD-11)

Jan. 31, 1967; Kirkwood, MO
12:01 a.m. CST. A McDonnell aviation company engineer saw a brilliant bluish-white light going fast in a zigzag path. (NICAP report form.)

Feb, 1967; Zanesville, OH
Ralph Ditter, a Zanesville, Ohio barber took two photographs of this unknown object. Ditter was an amateur astronomer, and avid sky watcher. He made the two photos available to the press. Later found to be a hoax.

Feb., No date; Brown County, IN
5:30 a.m. EST. A woman saw a shiny round object with a flat bottom hover over her house and then fly away. The object made a loud whistling sound. (Brown Co. Democrat, Nashville, Ind., 2/9/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb., No date; San Antonio, TX
Night. FAA Flight Service Specialists plus control tower personnel saw a large round red object that moved slowly under the cloud layer. Smaller objects emerged from the larger and flew away rapidly toward the southwest. (Letter dated 2/22/67, in NICAP files

Feb. 2, 1967; Lima, Peru
Airliner buzzed by maneuvering cone-shaped object, took position above tail. Lights in plane dimmed, radio interference, radio compass oscillated (section I).

Feb. 2, 1967; Lima, Peru
This is the only surviving photo of the funnel-shaped flying object that paced the Fawcett Airlines DC-4 passenger liner in flight from Piura to Lima on February 2, 1967, at 06:30 P.M. The passengers were all held for interrogation by authorities after the plane landed. Several of the passengers had taken photos of the strange craft alongside the airliner, but all cameras were taken and all film was confiscated. One passenger, who insisted on remaining anonymous, succeeded in saving his film from which this single photograph was made.
Feb. 2, 1967; Sumner, IL
A well-known craftsman, who requested anonymity, reported to the Lawrenceville-Vincennes Airport that he observed an object for one and a half hours that was doing some pretty good stunts. It hovered, accelerated, changed shape and color, was observed with the naked eye, 7- power binoculars, and a 20x spotting scope. It was described as a very bright red object, flashing like a red neon sign. The upper portion was a very bright white and red and green lights were observed around the object. The object was seen in the east northeast and noticed because of its brightness arid erratic movement. It seemed to have a very thick rim (Ridge, NICAP files).

NARA-PBB86-1249 document is a table of contents for a 71-page report and  a cover page by the Foreign Technology Division, AFSC (Air Force Systems Command).

Feb. 3, 1967; Piggott, AR
Time not reported. Numerous witnesses saw maneuvering objects with domes and flashing lights. Separate (satellite) and merging objects also were reported. Dogs reacted (animal reactions). (Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, p. 71.)

Feb. 3, 1967; Lindsborg, KS
7:40 p.m. CST (8:40 p.m. EST). Five people watched a disc or ellipse that first flew like an airplane, but then moved with irregular, jerky, up and down motions, and sometimes with hesitating forward motion. The object hovered over the highway for 15-20 seconds, then sped from sight in 15 seconds. Witnesses could see military bombing practice in the distance at the same time. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 3, 1967; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
8:30 p.m. EST. A man saw an object estimated to be 30 feet in diameter and 15 feet thick with a row of white lights and a tangerine-colored light on the bottom (body lights). The object zipped back and forth at terrific speed. Observations were made from various points coordinated by two-way radios. (Hamilton Spectator, 2/4/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 4, 1967; Gary, IN
7:00 p.m. CST. A woman saw two large, square amber lights with a green light between them from her home. The lights approached silently and hovered an estimated 30 feet above the ground about 100 feet away from her. One light turned bluish-white and illuminated the area (environmental illumination). A dark shape was visible behind the lights (body lights). The object bobbed about 2 feet vertically while hovering and eventually sped away. (Letter from witness, 2/5/67, Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)

Feb. 4, 1967; Homer City, PA
9:15 p.m. EST. A sales engineer and a county assessor saw an egg-shaped object for 10 minutes, apparently on or near a hill at a reservoir. The object rose slowly to around 50 feet, hovered, then moved away after performing several radical maneuvers. The sales engineer said he received a phone call from a colonel in the Pentagon telling him it was a U.S. craft. (Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, Pa., 3/11/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 5, 1967; Oakland City, IN
1:45 a.m. EST. Seven members of a band saw an object that first looked like a boomerang, then appeared like a teardrop.  It was a pale greenish-blue color with a cluster of white lights (body lights). The object also was seen by people in another car as it moved northwest. (Ridge, 1994, p. 20.)  Independent observation: About 45 minutes later in Crothersville, Ind., 135 miles to the east, a police officer followed a flat-bottomed object that had a brilliant  greenish-blue light rotating around it, other white lights, and three flashing red lights (body lights) on the underside. The officer estimated its altitude as about 300-500 feet. After he had followed it for 10 miles, the object hovered, then moved away rapidly and disappeared. (Ridge, 1994, p. 20.)        

Feb. 5, 1967; Crothersville, IN
2:30 a.m. Richard D. Barker of the Seymour State Police post reported he followed a huge ball of greenish-blue and white lights for some 10 miles about 2:30 AM before the light moved west towards Bedford. "It had a flat bottom, just under basketball size, and had a brilliant blue-green light rotating around it counterclockwise. Barker said he was in the vicinity of Crothersville in Jackson County when he first spotted the changing lights, "It was maybe 300-500 feet high and had three red flashing lights under it," he said. "I got within what seemed like about a mile of it and it started moving south. Barker said he never did lose sight of it and it didn't leave any trail. He said when it got to Littleyork it hovered for a while and then took off fast, "It wasn't like any airplane I've ever seen, " he said. "I know it wasn't a plane." (Ridge, NICAP files)

Feb. 5, 1967; Bedford, IN
6:00 a.m. The woman reporting requested anonymity. The report she gave to the DAILEY HERALD-TELEPHONE provided the most vivid description of an unidentified flying object observed as far southwest as Oakland City and as far east as Crothersville......35 miles away. At this time she arose because of noises on the roof roof. She thought it was raining. That's when she saw what looked like a quarter moon that was moving toward her. "I watched it for a half hour," she said. "It would move, then hover, getting closer all the time. It had a bright light on the bottom. The light kept going around and back and forth an the ground like it was looking for some place to land. As it got closer I could see a bright band around the middle of it," she continued. "It was oval-shaped, sort of like a cigar. The top was shiny, like metal, and the bottom was kind of orange. There was a crater on the bottom of it--and bumps, like legs." It hovered near a utility pole behind her house for ten minutes. She said when she started to dial her telephone to call someone about it the object "turned real bright orange and then blue and took off." (Ridge, Clipping in NICAP files)

Feb. 5, 1967; Hilliard, OH
Same evening. Humanoid sighting. An object that was described as an ellipse, landed, humanoid beings emerged and placed small spheres on the ground around the craft. Witnesses observed them interacting with humans. Further, up-to-date research, would show many more HR cases for the year, but at least 14 were found without much effort. (UFOE II, p. 326)

Feb. 5, 1967; Barkhamsted, CT
8:00 p.m. EST. Two couples in a car at the Barkhamsted Reservoir saw a dark sphere with randomly blinking red, green and white lights (body lights) around the edge. The object approached the witnesses, then hovered over the reservoir. The motorists sighted the object twice while passing the reservoir (about 20 minutes between sightings), and during the second sighting it accelerated away. (NICAP report form and report from Ted Thorben, NICAP investigator, 10/20/67.)

Feb. 6, 1967; Deming, NM
Noon MST. A woman saw two green cigar-shaped objects with a row of windows. Two small "propellers" were on top of each end. One object hovered over the highway, then paced the car and was joined by the second object that rose up from the ground. Both sped away disappearing in seconds. Undefined "unusual" effects on the car were reported, requiring a $170 repair bill. (Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Texas, 8/10/67; NICAP report form.)

Feb. 6 [9?], 1967; Odessa, Delaware (BBU 11350)
8:45 p.m. Donald and Marie Guseman saw a large, Saturn­ shaped object, 50 ft in diameter and 20 ft high, with 2 bright lights, a green light on one side red light on the other, hover motionless over the trees, then slowly move N and suddenly disappear. (Berliner)

Feb. 6, 1967; Hazard, KY
11:30 p.m. EST. Four policemen and a rescue worker saw an object with red flashing lights and blue lights (body lights) that flew very low making a roaring sound. (Hazard Herald 2/13/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 6/7, St. Louis, MO
Midnight CST (1:00 a.m. EST). A couple was approached by an oval object that hovered just above the ground displaying red, blue, green, and white flashing lights. The object then flew away. (St. Louis Post Dispatch, 2/7/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 7, 1967; Westport, CT
12:20 a.m. EST. A former Navy pilot and airline navigator saw a brilliant white light, sometimes with a strong red light. The object oscillated as it flew along over the Merritt Parkway and returned. (Westport News, 2/9/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb 7, 1967; Westport, CT
1:00 a.m. A woman saw an elliptical object with two flashing white lights and two steady white light beams. It flew at low altitude, slowly and silently. (Westport News 2/9/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 7, 1967; Owen County, IN
8:00 p.m. An egg-shaped object was reported by Paul Poorman on a farm near some strip mines. Poorman was a 33-year-old specialized police officer and qualified pilot. The object was white and well-defined, turned to a blood-red color, then a pale blue. It arose from the White River bottoms and strip mine area, hovered, "yo-yo'd", then zipped south then back, etc., then went down below a tree line. (Don Worley files)

Feb. 7, Oakhurst, CA
11:55 p.m. PST. A couple saw a solid round object and a silver cigar-shaped object oriented vertically. The round object emitted many "contrails" and apparently disintegrated, then the cigar-shaped object flew rapidly away. (NICAP report form.)

Feb.8, 1967; Newbury, MA
2:00 p.m.  EST. A commercial photographer and his son saw two silvery cigar-shaped objects that flew in a straight line, then separately zoomed up and away. A photo was taken but shows little. (A. Collis, USNR retired, letter in NICAP files.)

Feb. 8, 1967; Deep River, Ontario, Canada
6:43 p.m. EST. Several witnesses saw a circular object with a core of dazzling, pulsating central yellow lights. From this core, red lights appeared to be pulsating outward toward the rim. The object was an estimated quarter of a mile away and remained visible for 40 minutes,  during which  the witnesses' TV would  not work (EM effect). (Bondarchuk, 1979, pp. 124-126.)

Feb. 8, 1967; Rossville, KS
Night. Three teenaged boys saw what looked like two car lights that came down to within 20 feet of the ground. The object shone a light beam on the witnesses after they had pointed a spotlight at it (light reaction). (Topeka State Journal, Kans., 2/18/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb.8, 1967; Pleasant Valley, CT
10:00 p.m. EST.  A newspaper reporter watched a bright orange ball or cylinder hovering over pine trees for several minutes. When she stopped her car, the object started to move toward her. Independent observation: About 2 hours earlier in nearby Winsted, a businessman saw an unidentified orange light moving slowly west, then turning  north. (Hartford Courant, Conn., 2/14/67, copy in NICAP files and in Donald E. I Key hoe Archives files.)

Feb. 9, 1967; Chester, MT
6:30 a.m. PST. A railroad foreman saw a saucer (disc) with a bright body light hovering over the railroad depot. The depot was engulfed in light (environmental illumination). The object departed straight up. (Spokane Spokesman-Review, Wash. State, 2/12/67, copy in NICAP

Feb. 9, 1967; Seymour, IN
7:50 p.m. EST. A state policeman saw a huge object, moving slowly, changing colors from white to red to orange, the color change associated with changes of speed (color/speed correlation). Venus was visible separately at the same time. (Ridge, 1994, p. 21.)

Feb. 9, 1967; Odessa, DE
8:45 p.m. EST. A company president and his wife, a hospital administrator, saw  a green light and a red light near the road ahead of them. Two bright white lights appeared between the colored lights. As they drove nearer to the lights, a disc with a cupola underneath became visible, with windows on the cupola emitting a faint soft yellowish or pinkish light. The bright white lights appeared to be searchlights. Three red lights were on the bottom of the cupola (body lights). After hovering over trees, the object moved away emitting a soft hum or buzzing noise. (Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p. 12;  Air Force unexplained case, Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)

Feb. 10, 1967; Caledonia, Ontario, Canada
2:20 a.m. EST. A couple saw a metallic-appearing, saucer-shaped object with bright red and white lights (body lights). The object hovered for about 15 minutes and then flew away. A whirring sound was heard. (Hamilton Spectator, Ontario, 2/11/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 10, 1967; Sandusky, Ohio
UFO hovers over AEC facility with blue beam.

Feb. 10, 1967; Woodstock, CT
5:45 p.m. EST. Two separate groups of four and three people, respectively, reported seeing a triangular object with a white light at each apex. The object was silent when hovering but made a rumbling or roaring sound when it moved. EM effects were reported on TV. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)

Feb. 10, 1967; Alton, IL
7:30 p.m. CST. A couple saw a round, rotating, 25-foot diameter luminous object which changed color from red to white with occasional flashes of green. The object also had white lights in a triangle on the bottom (body lights). It flew, hovered, and passed over the witnesses. While hovering, a humming or droning sound was heard. (St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Missouri, 2/11/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb.10, 1967; McCune, KS
10:30 p.m. CST. A high school teacher saw an unidentified light that changed from red to white to green. The object hovered, then left with a tremendous burst of speed (rapid acceleration). (NICAP report form.).

Feb. 10/11, 1967; Cincinnati, OH
11:45 p.m. EST. A number of independent sightings were reported of a reddish, glowing cigar- or football-shaped object either hovering or moving slowly overhead. At about 1:45 a.m. the following morning, in Milford (eastern suburb of Cincinnati), a railroad employee and companion were driving when they noticed a white glowing light in the woods. When they went to investigate carrying a flashlight, they saw an object with a tube-like appendage underneath (mushroom shaped). It was hovering a few feet above a creek bed and appeared to be about 30 feet in diameter.  When a light was shone on it, it gave a metallic-appearing mirror-like reflection. When police investigated, they found freshly broken tree limbs (physical traces). The young woman was hysterical. UFO investigators found four other reports overnight of a glowing red-orange object moving mostly at low altitude. (McDonald, 1967, Case 8, reprinted in Vaughan, 1995, p. 206; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p. 21, and 1969b, p. 54; Ridge, 1994, p. 21.)

Feb. 11, 1967; Greenwich, CT
Night. An engineer and his wife saw a cylinder with a string of red and white lights (body lights). A steady light beam was emitted from the bottom. The object descended rapidly, then rose again. (Westport News, Conn., 2/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 12, 1967; Grand Rapids, Mich. (BBU 11355)
3:40 a.m. Lou Atkinson saw 4 fluorescent, football-shaped objects, a dull, almost gray luminous color, fly NE in a very rigid formation with a chirping noise. (Berliner)

Feb. 12, 1967; Wharton, TX
Evening. Many people, including an airport manager, saw a bell-shaped object with bright light in the dome and revolving red, green, blue, and amber lights at the bottom edge (body lights). The object flew over the witness's car just above phone wires along the road, appearing big enough to cover the highway. It was later seen at tree-top level, where it hovered, banked, and took off. (Hall, 2001, p. 160; Houston Chronicle, Texas, 2/15/67.)

Feb. 12, 1967; Barrow, AK
Night. A man saw a basically red object that also emitted some bright green light. The object maneuvered and reportedly landed on ice for up to 20 minutes. It also hovered over a theater. A power failure occurred about the same time. (Fairbanks News-Miner, Alaska, 2/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 12, 1967; Kensington, CT
6:00 p.m. EST. Two known witnesses (plus other curious motorists) stopped to observe a bright white glowing object that had a red light on each side (body lights) hovering just off the road. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)

Feb. 12, 1967; Willington, CT
6:10 p.m. A man saw a bright white object that looked like a welding arc hovering over power lines. It was blindingly bright and brought tears to his eyes. (The Hartford Courant, Conn., 2/14/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.).

Feb.13, 1967; Novato, CA
12:30 p.m. PST. A witness watching aircraft first saw a white disc passing overhead at high speed. Three other discs then appeared from different directions and fell in behind the first (rendezvous). The last one was black. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 13, 1967; Tabor, IA
Early Evening. A man saw a large round red object with a searchlight (light beam) directed downwards that was sweeping the ground. The object moved slowly at first, then accelerated. (Letter dated 2/22/67 in NICAP files.)

Feb. 13, 1967; Davis, CA
7:15 p.m. PST. Two women driving home saw an object that came within 100 yards of their car. The initial light resolved itself into three huge lights in a triangular formation. The object tipped up to display a disc base and a central red light and 5-6 dimmer white lights (body lights). (NICAP report form; McDonald, 1967, case 7; reprinted in Vaughan, 1995, pp. 205-6.)

Feb. 13, 1967; Woodland, CA
8:30 p.m. PST. An ex-Air Force man with pilot training saw a bright light for 25 minutes which maneuvered and seemed to pace his car. (NICAP report form, Los Angeles NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.) [Note: There are two towns named Woodland in California. One, in Yolo County, is 12 miles north of Davis. The other, in Tulare County, is 245 miles to the southeast of Davis.]   

Feb. 14, 1967; Hannon, Ontario, Canada
Time not reported. A saucer-shaped object (disc) with blinking red lights (body lights) forced a car off the road. It returned and hovered in view of many witnesses, landing in a nearby field. Marks were found in the snow (physical traces) at the landing spot next day. (Letter dated 2/23/67 in NICAP files.)

Feb.14, 1967; Jefferson City, MO
7:00 a.m. CE-III. A disc-shaped object was seen resting on a shaft in a field. Small beings were reportedly moving around rapidly beneath it. They disappeared behind the shaft, the object rocked back and forth, took off, and sped away. (UFOE II, p. 327)

Feb. 14, 1967; Bellingham, WA
6:30 p.m. PST (8:30 p.m.). A woman saw a cigar-shaped object with rotating red, green, orange, and white lights (body lights). The object both hovered and darted around in various directions. The witness could see its reflection in the lake. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 14, 1967; Suncrest, WV
6:45 p.m. EST. Two women and other family members saw a silvery disc, with porthole-like openings visible around the perimeter. Rays of light (light beams) occasionally were emitted from these openings in a variety of colors. The object hovered, then moved off making a sound like a strong wind. (Morgantown Dominion News, West Virginia, 2/15/67, copy in NICAP files; undated Kalapaca investigation report in NICAP files.)

Feb. 14, 1967; Lee's Summit, MO
7:50-8:30 p.m. CST. Two women saw a house-sized oval object with red, green, and blue blinking lights (body lights). The object hovered at about 40-50 feet altitude. Later it maneuvered around a U.S. Air Force plane that was searching for it, directed by one of the women via telephone. According to the newspaper report, the pilot was unable to see the object. (Kansas City Star, 2/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb.14, 1967; West Frankfort, IL
8:20 p.m. CST. A woman saw an object shaped like a derby hat (domed disc) with a metallic sheen. The object hovered, then flew low over trees, remaining visible for 3-4 minutes. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 14, 1967; Abington, VA
9:00 p.m. EST (8:00 p.m. CST). A woman saw a triangular object with green lights at two points and a red light at the third (body lights). It moved across the sky and then returned to its original position (maneuvered). (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 15, 1967; Denton, TX
8:10-8:40 p.m.. CST.  A teacher's car was followed by a flashing red light at various distances (car pacing). Two of the witness's students confirmed the report. (Letter dated 2/17/67 in NICAP files.)

Feb.15, 1967; Arizona, Tennessee and Texas
8:30 p.m. Widespread reports from Arizona, Tennessee, and Texas of a prominent fiery object shedding sparks and leaving a trail. A loud sound, flames, falling debris reported. Estimated duration 1-2 minutes. [Note: Positively identified as a satellite reentry.]

Feb. 16, 1967: Towanda, PA
6:00 p.m. EST.  A woman saw a big round light that moved and hovered, then shot out of sight. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 16, 1967; Helena, NY
7:00 p.m. EST. A woman saw a large round white light with a ring of stars. The color changed and the shape changed to oval. The object was low near a barn and slowly disappeared over the horizon to west. Dogs barked wildly (animal reaction). (Letter from witness, NICAP files.)

Feb. 16, 1967; Bombay, NY
7:15 p.m. A woman saw a round, white shiny object with a ring of orange stars around it at treetop level. The object stopped, hovered, and bobbed around. (Letter in NICAP files.) (Ogdensburg Journal, N.Y., 2/17/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 16, 1967; Stoughton, WI. (BBU 11383)
9:11 p.m. Miss Lynn Marsh saw a light with faded edges follow her car. (Berliner)

Feb. 16, 1967; Amherst, MA
10:15 p.m. EST. Three independent reports from five witnesses (including two policemen) of a glowing bright white, light-bulb-shaped object that hovered in the sky, ejected a small red object, moved back and forth, then suddenly accelerated away. A swishing sound was reported. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)

Feb. 16, 1967; Topeka, KS
10:40 p.m. CST (11:40 p.m. EST). Three witnesses, one identified as a colonel, saw a bright object which appeared to drip white phosphorus-like fire. The object was stationary for 4 minutes and then faded out. (Topeka Daily Capital 2/18/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Note: Very likely a flare or candle carrying hot-air balloon hoax.]

Feb. 16, 1967; Augusta, GA
11:00 p.m. EST. A very bright luminous orange object rose out of the woods, its glow illuminating the terrain (environmental illumination). The object followed two women in a car on U.S. 1 south of the city, disappearing after about 5 minutes. (Hitt, 1999.)

Feb. 16, 1967; Kingman, AZ
11:45 p.m. MST.  A soldier and his wife saw an oval object with red and green body lights approach their car at low altitude late on a cloudy night.  The ground was illuminated (environmental illumination) by a moving light beam emitted from its bottom center. A few minutes later the object reappeared about a mile away followed by two white lights flying in step formation, one of which landed or nearly landed. The remaining light merged with the large object (satellite objects). (Letter from witness, 9/14/67, NICAP files;   U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.- Dec.. 1967, p. 3; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p.44).

Feb. 17, 1967; Dorchester, MA
6:55 p.m. EST. A witness saw a cymbal-shaped object (disc) with a dome on top and 4-5 purplish lights around its perimeter (body lights). The object hovered at treetop height over a housing project for the elderly, then moved away. It made a whirring/beeping sound, which two other people also heard. (Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)

Feb. 17, 1967; Andover, MA
About 6:55 p.m. An airline salesman driving on route 93 slowed his car as he saw an object hovering silently just over the road. The object had a bright green frame extending from a rectangular display of very bright lights (body lights). When he got closer, he could also see a flashing red light. Uncomfortably, he drove underneath it and saw other people in cars looking at it. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee Report, NICAP files; Project Blue Book files, National Archives; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol.. Ill, No. 12, March-April 1967, p. 6; Fowler, 1974, p. 344.)

Feb. 17, 1967; Lawrence, MA
7:45 p.m. An electrical engineer and his wife going south on Route 93 saw a loose cluster of 8-9 red, green, and white lights apparently on an object at low altitude and moving very slowly. A bright white light was at the bottom of the cluster (body lights). The object, going NE, passed over the road. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 12, March-April 1967, p. 6).

Feb. 17, 1967: Palmer, MA
8:15 p.m. EST. Three yellow-reddish-orange globes of light moving with a smooth gliding motion were seen within 50 feet of a power line. The objects sometimes bounced up and down, and they moved away as a car approached. After the car passed, they returned. Two of them changed color to bluish-white and flew away to the south (color/motion correlation). The other turned white as it rose vertically in a zigzag path, went dark, flashed a silver light, and finally moved away engulfed in swirls of color. (Haines, 1994, p. 114; from Story, 1980, p. 202.)

Feb. 18, 1967; Chatsworth, GA
4:30 p.m. EST. Three people saw a shiny cigar-shaped object along with two round objects for several minutes. The objects hovered, then accelerated away. "Low roaring sound" heard. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 18, 1967; Carmel, NY
5:30 p.m. EST. A man saw two glowing ovals that hovered, accelerated, and vanished into a funnel-shaped cloud. The objects were viewed through binoculars. (NICAP report form.).

Feb. 19, 1967; Ozarks, Missouri
Cat. 4. Dog alerts owner to near ground object.

Feb. 19, 1967; Putnam, CT
2:00 a.m. EST. Two police officers saw and pursued a large orange glowing object that moved with a fluttering side-to-side (oscillatory) motion. The object moved fast, hovered, moved slowly, and changed color to pink. (Worcester Evening Gazette, Mass. 2/20/67, and Hartford Courant, 2/21/67, copies in NICAP files.)

Feb. 19, 1967; Hollywood, FL
4:30 p.m. EST. Two people saw a gun-metal gray oval object hovering 20 feet high. The object had a rough bottom, a row of revolving green lights (body lights), a row of shield-shaped yellow-lit windows, and "antenna." Heads of people (occupants) were seen in the windows. (Hollywood Sun-Tattler 3/11/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 19, 1967; Wharton, TX
Night. A series of independent sightings was reported overnight southwest of Houston near the Gulf coast in Wharton, Bay City, and Lane City. Witnesses included businessmen and prominent citizens. Exact times generally were not specified. (Houston Tribune, Texas, 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files and in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.) A school teacher in Wharton saw a pulsating red light at treetop level fly the length of a runway between rows of landing lights, stop at the end of the runway, reverse direction and shoot back where it had come from. A department store manager in Bay City-Wharton, ex-Air Force and familiar with aircraft, and his family, returning from church, saw a pulsating red light approaching fast and low. A bell-shaped object with a band of colored body lights around the lower portion and a brilliant white light in the upper portion crossed the road just above the treetops. A window or port was seen above the colored lights. A trail like fire appeared as the object climbed. Alerted by the above witness, prominent citizens in Lane City, including a newspaper publisher and an editor, and the Mayor of Wharton, saw a white light which approached them. They also saw a star-like light that maneuvered erratically. A farmer and his children west of Bay City-Wharton witnessed an object with white fire coming from it that lit up the night sky, and two more appeared to follow the first one. An explosion rocked the home. [Bolide meteor?]

Feb. 20, 1967. Oxford, WS. (BBU 11394)
3:10 a.m. USAF veteran truck driver Stanton Summer saw an orange-red object fly parallel to his truck. (Berliner)

Feb. 20, 1967: Laconia, NH
5:45 p.m. EST.  A man saw a bright light with smaller associated lights above it (satellite objects). The larger object swung like a pendulum (oscillation), then suddenly accelerated away. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 20; 1967; Wharton, TX
Evening. Three bank employees in the Wharton area watched a moving red light that when viewed through binoculars appeared to be a saucer-shaped object, like two incandescent platters inverted one on top of the other and glued together at the rims. The object was flashing red, blue, yellow, and white lights (body lights). It hovered over smoke-stacks, shot up at a 90 degree angle, then dove and retraced its pattern several times.

Feb. 20, 1967; Binghampton, NY
9:10 p.m. EST. A Salvation Army Director while driving saw an object with airplane-like lights (body lights), but it then acquired a brilliant glow and flame was emitted from one end. The object  hovered over the car, then sped away. (Binghampton Sun Bulletin, 2/21/67, copy in  NICAP files.)

Feb. 20, 1967; Limerick, Saskatchewan, Canada
10:30 p.m. A woman saw a bright lighted object speed in and hover under a power line, then retrace its approach path (reverse direction) as it left. House lights dimmed (EM effects) while the light hovered. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 21, 1967; Hungerford, TX
9:55 a.m. CST. A rancher saw a glowing disc at low altitude. The object was viewed for 10 minutes, until it shot straight up making an impossible L-shaped maneuver. (Houston Tribune, 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files and in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.) 

Feb. 21, 1967; Parkville, MD
12:45 p.m. EST (11:45 a.m. CST). A man along with his mother saw a metallic-appearing object that hovered, circled (maneuvered), then accelerated and flew away rapidly. (Letter dated 3/25/67 in NICAP files.)

Feb. 21, 1967; Toledo, OH
7:40 p.m. EST. A registered nurse encountered a large pulsating orange-yellow ball of light that flattened out and changed color to pink-red, and hovered over the highway at treetop height emitting a ray of light (light beam) toward the ground. The object appeared to pace the car, then vanished suddenly. EM effects were noted on the speedometer and on her new wristwatch, which stopped for several days. A pre-existing skin condition was reported to have cleared up after the encounter. (Letter dated 3/8/67 in NICAP)
Feb. 21, 1967; Winfield, KS
8:35-9:00 p.m. CST. Two people saw a brilliant white cylinder that moved up and down, and back and forth, with a "quivering" motion. The object flew off, returned, hovered again, changed color to glowing red and departed. It then returned, hovered again for 3 minutes, and finally sped away. (Winfield Daily Courier 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Note: There is a Titan II ICBM Missile site located near Winfield.] 

6:30 a.m. EST. A woman saw an oval object with a row of steady white lights (body lights) along its length and two bright "headlights" on the front. The witness ran outside and watched as the object, at 100-200 feet altitude, followed the course of a creek. She called a neighbor, who saw a circle of white lights about 200 feet in the air. Two dogs reacted strongly (animal reactions).

Feb. 22, 1967; Hagerstown, IN
Evening. A minister and his wife saw two airborne lights like headlights along with other colored lights. (Richmond Palladium-Item, Ind., 3/3/67, copy in NICAP files; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, p. 34.)

Lt. Col. Robert Hippler of AFRSTA said that the Secretary of the Air Force had established the policy that all USAF information on UFO's classified up to and including Secret is to be provided to the University of Colorado. 2

Feb. 23, 1967; Glaskow AFB, Montana (BBU)
Two separate groups of  two personnel each apparently observed the same unidentified object(s). The same apparent object was observed on a  MG-13 Fire Control radar. The length of observation was given as two hours. (Dan Wilson, McDonald list; FUFOR Index)

Feb. 23, 1967; Boneta, UT
8:00 p.m. MST (9:00 p.m. CST). A milk truck driver saw a luminous orange object that paced his truck. When he stopped his truck and turned the lights off, the object shot straight up and out of sight. (Salisbury, 1974, Table 1, Case 41F.)

Feb. 23, 1967; Carterville, IL
8:10 p.m. CST. Two women saw a light so bright it hurt their eyes to look directly at it (brilliant luminosity). The object hovered, accelerated, and appeared to land in a clump of trees. It emitted a constant humming sound. The object disappeared after about 25 minutes. (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 23, 1967; Marion, IL
9:30 p.m. CST.  A woman saw a red oval object surrounded by a pink glow (halo effect). The object hovered over a truck, then over the witness's car after the truck moved away. (Report in NICAP files; Marion Weekly Leader 2/23/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 24, 1967; Atlantic City, NJ
10:00 p.m. EST. An airplane mechanic saw a glowing orange object estimated to be moving about 100 mph at 1,500 feet altitude. The object moved quickly toward the ground, disappeared, then later reappeared and flew south. The Federal Aviation Administration Test Center at Atlantic City reported tracking an unknown on radar at the same time and place for two minutes. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 12, Mar.-Apr. 1967, p. 6; Associated Press story.)

Feb. 24, 1967; Lucan, Ontario, Canada
10:00 p.m. EST. Two members of a family saw a glowing orange object, also seen separately by an Ontario provincial policeman. Through a 55x telescope the object appeared to be oblong with a peaked top, bluish glow, with red flashing lights, and a surrounding orange glow (halo effect). The policeman described it as a "flashing orangey-colored object." (London Free Press, Ontario, 2/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 25, 1967; Minneapolis, MN
7:02 p.m. CST. Seven witnesses saw three "brushed aluminum" discs with a row of lights or ports around the edges. At one point the lead disc glowed red like molten iron, then the glow diminished. The three objects banked into a turn in unison. (Air Force Intelligence Report in Colorado Project and in NICAP files.)

Feb. 25, 1967: Fargo, ND
7:50 p.m. CST. Two teenaged boys saw around or disc-shaped brightly illuminated object. It moved higher gaining speed (accelerated) and flew away to the northeast. (Fargo Forum, 2/25/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Fargo, North Dakota, is close to the southern edge of the Mike Flight (M-21, M-22, M-23 etc., Launch Facilities) of the Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota, Minuteman ICBM Complex .]

Feb. 26, 1967; Marlboro, MA
2:00-2:20 a.m. EST. A former teacher and her husband were awakened by an intermittent roaring sound. They sighted a white glowing egg-shaped object with a red light on each side (body lights). It swung back and forth (oscillatory motion) and made a purring sound like a "quiet auto muffler." (Fowler, 1974, p. 345; Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report in NICAP files.)

Feb. 26, 1967; Abbotstown, PA
3:45 p.m. EST. A couple saw a small gray object approach just above the treetops and hover for about 2 minutes, glowing like white-hot metal and wobbling while stationary. The object moved slowly across the highway, stopped, then finally moved away to the west-southwest and disappeared after 5 minutes. (NICAP report form, 3/28/67.)

Feb. 26, 1967; Oxford, MA
6:30 p.m. EST. Five people, including a newspaper reporter, saw a bright amber oval which at times turned red. The object alternately hovered and moved at high speed. According to the story, the reporter took a photograph of the object. (Worcester Evening Gazette, 2/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 26, 1967; Wiarton, Ontario, Canada
7:30 p.m. EST. Nine people in southeastern Ontario, including four provincial policemen, saw a bright shining object with lights changing color from white to green (body lights). The object appeared to have streamers of light around it. It flitted about, hovered, and disappeared. (London Free Press (Ontario) 2/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 26, 1967; Coshocton, OH
7:45 p.m. EST. Two policemen saw two light-colored saucers of different sizes with associated red flames. The larger object was stationary and the smaller object hovered about it (satellite object). The two objects moved in and out of sight together. Reportedly other residents also had sightings. (Dover Daily Reporter, Ohio, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 27, 1967; Topeka, KS
7:05 p.m. CST. A woman saw a top-shaped object with red and blue body lights hovering over trees, remaining in view for 3 minutes. A neighbor reported TV interference (EM effects) at that time. (Topeka State Journal, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 27, 1967; Vernal, UT
7:20 p.m. MST (8:20 p.m. CST). A registered nurse while driving encountered a luminous orange dome-shaped object (ball with bottom third cut off), clearly outlined, with blue-green, occasionally red, flame-like streaks coming from the underside. The object paced her car and dipped low before disappearing after 30 minutes. (Salisbury, 1974, p. 39-46.)

Feb. 27, 1967; Port McNeil, British Columbia, Canada
7:30-8:30 p.m. PST. Four people saw a large bright oval with a tail, white on top, blue on bottom and later bright red. The object at times traveled in a straight line, made turns (maneuvered), disappeared, and reappeared. It was also viewed through a 45x telescope. (Letter in NICAP files.) 

Feb. 27, 1967; Omaha, NE
8:00 p.m. CST. A couple saw a round bright light, pulsating and changing color. Red lights were either blinking or moving around the main white light (body lights). The object moved slowly north and remained in view for 20 minutes, observed part of the time through binoculars. (Omaha World Herald, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 27, 1967; Grand Haven, Mich. (BBU 11419)
8:19-9:30 p.m. Sheriff Grysen, wife and others saw a large white light, with smaller red and green lights to the sides, make an almost instantaneous 90° left turn, shoot out over the road and stop, [then] moving too fast to follow. (Berliner)

Feb. 27, 1967; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
9:00 p.m. MST (8:00 p.m.). A woman saw a cigar-shaped object with a red light on bottom and a white light on top (body lights) that was hovering over a hospital and spinning. The object emitted a siren-like sound. Other sightings reported about the same time were identified as RCAF aircraft. (Edmonton Journal, 2/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Feb. 28, 1967; Madisonville, KY
6:30 p.m. EST. A couple saw a round object hovering overhead for about a minute. It had red and green body lights. The object then accelerated and sped away. It made a sound like a "low roar." (NICAP report form.)

Feb. 28, 1967; Grand Haven, MI
Night. Twelve people, including six deputy sheriffs, observed an unexplained object for several minutes. They provided two descriptions: (1) a reddish-orange object, and (2) a cluster of lights with bright center, reddish edges, and oval shape. The object was low over Lake Michigan, moved rapidly side to side, and disappeared. The county sheriff viewed it through binoculars. (Ann Arbor News, Michigan, 3/1/67, copy in NICAP files.) .

Feb. 28, 1967; Piggott, AR
Night. Several independent reports overnight. A 21-year-old man reported that an unidentified object glided parallel to his car about 300 yards away. The object then abruptly headed for the car (vehicle encounter), swerved away, and left at terrific speed. Three men saw six red whirling masses, two over a factory. These departed and two more appeared. A woman and her daughter saw a hovering flat oval with reddish lights (body lights), which then slowly moved away. A dog barked excitedly during the sighting (animal reaction). (Memphis Press-Scimitar, 3/4/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March, 1967 (Date unknown); NE of Cuba
MIG-21 jet explodes while chasing "UFO". The details of the "UFO" actually sound like the CIA's OXCART A-12, the AF version of which was called the SR-71, which were known to over-fly Cuba.

March, 1967 (Date unknown); Yungay, Peru

March, No date, 1967; Hillsboro, KS
Evening. Three people saw a flash of light, then an object that appeared flat , and like an upside down saucer. ; The object turned red and approached the car, which began to rock violently (physical effect). As the object neared the engine quit (EM effect).  (Salina Journal, Kansas, 4/2/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March, No date, 1967; Dry Creek Basin, CO
11:00 p.m. MST. A luminous inverted-bowl shaped (hemispherical) object moved slowly, then accelerated. The witness's car engine, radio, and lights experienced EM effects. (Gillmor, 1969, pp. 295-97.)

March, No date, 1967; New Cuyama, CA
Night. A teacher saw a dome-shaped object with orange body lights on the ground (landed), which then rose, hovered, and departed. The witness claimed to be silenced by the U.S. Air Force. (Los Angeles NICAP Affiliate report, NICAP files.)

March, No date, 1967; Trenton, NJ
Night. Multiple witnesses reported a two-tiered, green-red disc with a halo, and a white light on top. The object was visible for 3 hours. It hovered and maneuvered over the city. A radio station reportedly blacked out when it passed over. Other EM effects also were reported. Jets appeared to chase the object. (Trenton/an, 9/12/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 1, 1967; Blairsville, PA
7:00 p.m. EST. Two witnesses watched an object the shape of a lamp shade (truncated cone) with a bright center stripe. The object hovered level, tilted, then accelerated and flew away very fast after 5 minutes. (Air Force UFO report form, copy in NICAP files.)

March 1, 1967; Sharon, MA
7:25 p.m. EST. Two separate witnesses saw a white glowing oval object which moved about in the area of their homes. The object was silent and left a white flowing fuzzy trail in its wake. (Fowler, 1974, p. 345.)

March 1, 1967; Toledo, OH
7:30 p.m. EST. Two couples saw a saucer-shaped object with flashing red and green lights. The object hovered briefly, then suddenly accelerated and zoomed out of sight. It was observed several times over a period of 20 minutes. (Toledo Record, 3/4 or 3/5/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 1, 1967; Gosport, IN
9:30 p.m. EST. Five people in a car saw a red object, fuzzy around the edges, estimated 50 feet long and 9 feet high (narrow oval or cigar-shaped). The object stopped, hovered, moved back and forth 500 feet away, then accelerated and departed at high speed. (Ridge, 1994, p. 21.)

March 1, 1967; Poland, IN
10:05 p.m. About 20 miles northwest of Gosport, four people in a car saw a luminous red disc with a dome. It followed the car for miles (vehicle encounter), then hovered. (Ridge, 1994, p. 21.)

March 1, 1967; Portland, IN
10:06 p.m. A dark-colored disc with a dome, performing slow and low flights in Owen County, was reported to have followed persons in an auto for miles until they reached their home at Poland, in Clay County.. The dome was either reflecting or emitting dim red light, and the object had two white lights on the ends and two larger red lights together in the middle. The flight was reported as as low as 40' and two automobiles had their hoods up, indicating possible E-M effects. (Don Worley files)

March 2, 1967; White Sands Missile Range, NM
10:25 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. MST. Two radars plotted 20 silver objects, radar blips at 7 mile altitude. News blackout invoked by military (section I).  Twenty-nine people reported seeing one or more objects in groups. ranging in appearance from silvery objects flying overhead to a saucer-shaped object. Intermittent unexplained radar targets were seen during this time. (El Paso Times, Texas, 3/5/67, copies in NICAP files and in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; Hall, 2001, p. 58, from Van Arsdale, M., 1967, "Report of UFO Sighting March 2, 1967, in Alamogordo, N.M.," University of Colorado UFO project (March 24, 1967), "Reports of Investigators" file; Sagan and Page, 1972, p. i.)

March. 2, 1967; Patterson, AR
9:30 p.m. CST.  A man saw an unexplained object with red lights (body lights) which hovered over homes and then moved on. Dogs barked during the sighting (animal reaction). (Memphis Press-Scimitar, Tenn., 3/4/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Note: There are three towns named Patterson in Arkansas. Since the story was reported in the Memphis newspaper, this one in all probability is Patterson, Woodruff County, about 75 miles west of Memphis.]

March 2, 1967; Memphis, TN
11:30 p.m. A slender ellipse or cigar-shaped object with body lights along its length was reported. The lights were pulsating in a rhythmic pattern opposite to the direction of motion. (Air Force report, Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)

March 2, 1967; Piggott, AR
11:30 p.m. CST. About 130 miles north-northwest of Memphis, Tenn., a junior high school science teacher and coach saw four lights that hovered at treetop level, then joined by more lights (rendezvous). The lights maneuvered around in different directions, sometimes hovering, then moving on. (Memphis Press-Scimitar, 3/4/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 3, 1967; Wheaton, IL
7:00 p.m. CST (8:00 p.m. EST). Two people had several sightings of a bright fuzzy ball of light (spherical) one-fourth of a degree in diameter. It moved rapidly and made direction changes (maneuvered). (Letter dated 3/3/67 in NICAP files.)

March 3, 1967; Dorchester, MA
7:25 p.m. EST. Two people watched a glowing yellow disc with a small red body light moving slowly to the west. The object stopped and hovered for a long time, then flew away to the east. A sound like a swarm of bees (buzzing) could be heard. (Letter 3/8/67, in NICAP files.)

March 3, 1967; Plantation, FL
9:00 p.m. EST. Seven high school students saw two glowing pyramids (truncated cones?), followed by an orange flash. The objects landed in the middle of a road, then rose and disappeared. Other sightings were reported in the area. (Pompano Beach Sun-Sentinel, Florida, 3/7/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 3, 1967; Lewiston, IL
10:20 p.m. CST. A couple saw a large oblong object with 4-6 large square luminous windows in a row along the side. The object hovered above treetops, and the window lights began going out as if being covered. The object then banked slightly with one window still visible, accelerated, and flew away fast. (Lewistown newspaper, copy in NICAP files; Air Force report, Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)

March 3, 1967; Red Hill, New Hampshire
Nr. Midnight, EST. A couple driving saw a dark clam-shaped object (saucer) that emitted a motor-like sound, and was thought to be taller than their car. Initially it appeared as a bright white stationary light, which then began to move up and down, dropping behind the tree line and back up. As it followed their car (vehicle encounter), it changed to a bluish-green color. Their dog was highly agitated during the sighting (animal reaction). The object followed their car closely for 20 minutes, sometimes only about 100 feet above it and sometimes so close that one of the witnesses felt they could touch it. The object stopped, then moved off while a ping type electrical charge was felt and heard in the car. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. III, No. 12, Mar.-Apr. 1967, p. 6; NICAP report form.) 

March 4, 1967; Vicco, KY
2:30 a.m. EST. Two witnesses saw a half-egg-shell (dome) shaped object; its color varied from brown-red to dull orange to bright white. The object hovered and maneuvered at low level, as smaller objects emerged from its underside. The sighting lasted more than 35 minutes. (NICAP report form.)

March 5, 1967; Minot AFB, North Dakota
ADC radar tracked an unidentified target descending over the Minuteman ICBM missile silos of the 91st Strategic Missile Wing. Base security teams saw a metallic, disc-shaped object ringed with bright flashing lights moving slowly, maneuvering, then stopping and hovering about 500 ft above ground. Object circled directly over the launch control facility. F-106 fighters were scrambled but at that moment object climbed straight up and disappeared at high speed. (Ray Fowler; etc.)

March 5, 1967; Pierre/Hayes, SD
Night. A family's car was paced at telephone-wire height by a V-shaped object emitting a bright light that illuminated the ground for perhaps 5 minutes. A humming sound was heard and the witnesses felt a numbness. When it departed, the object flew away rapidly on an erratic path. (Rapid City Journal, S. Dak., 3/7/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 6, 1967; Benton Harbor, MI. (BBU 11454)
12:01 a.m. Jerome Wolanin, assistant news director of radio station and former policeman, and wife, saw a round saucer or oval-shaped object with red, green and yellow lights around bottom rim which pulsated red, flying level, E to W, joined by 2nd object from W. 1st object opened top, 2nd came over and hovered for 30 seconds and disappeared. Objects made hissing sound. (Berliner)

March 6, 1967; Galesburg-Moline [?], IL (BBU 11460)
4:25 a.m. Deputy Sheriff Frank Courson saw an object shaped like a rubber cup placed under a furniture leg, with a dome set in the cup, bottom spinning rapidly, rim pulsating red, which approached and passed overhead at low altitude, making a hissing sound. (Berliner)

March 6, 1967; Alberta, Canada
Cat. 9. Ground-visual, civilian and military radar, airline crew observation.

March 7, 1967; Bt. Keeneyville and Bartlett, IL
12:30 a.m. CST. While driving home, a mother and her two adult daughters with their dog encountered an object outlined in bright white lights with two light beams in front. As the object neared the ground, it appeared round, with flashing red and green body lights. The dog was rigid and its ruff was up (animal reaction). The object descended into woods, a red glare lighting the ground. Suddenly a brilliant white object came from the woods toward the car, and two beams of light shone in the car's rear window. The object followed them home where a gray, fog-like cloud appeared, when the cloud was gone, the object had disappeared. (Elgin Daily Courier-News 3/9/67, copy in NICAP files and in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, p. 34-35.)

March 8, 1967; Goodland, KS
2:00 a.m. MST. A newspaper editor and two policemen saw a torpedo-shaped object with multi-colored flashing body lights that flew irregularly at high speed. The object had bright light beams at each end, and a made a sound like a huge vacuum cleaner. Through binoculars, a central shaft and bands of color could be seen. Many sightings in the area. (Wichita Eagle, Kansas, 3/9/67, copy in NICAP files; McDonald, 1967, Case 6, reprinted in Vaughan, 1995, p. 205.)

March. 8, 1967; Sidney, Australia
10:10 a.m. LT. Two women saw a grayish disc come out of clouds, disappear behind a railroad station, reappear and go back into the clouds, disappearing after 15 minutes. The object made a weird humming sound. (Sydney Sun-Herald, 3/12/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 8, 1967; Aurora, IL
12:00 Noon CST. A couple saw a brilliant red and blue circular object that emitted a beam of light. The object hovered, approached, then rose up and disappeared into or behind a small cloud after 3-4 minutes. (Aurora Beacon-News, 3/9/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Note the frequency of light beam cases and reported sounds over a period of several days.]

March 8, 1967; Grosse Pointe Woods, MI
7:45-8:10 p.m. EST.  Five witnesses saw a fiery glowing object shaped like a camp lantern or cone. Pictures were taken but reportedly show little. There were also reports of both civilian and military radar contact. (Frey report in NICAP files, NICAP report form.)

March. 8, 1967; Westmont, IL
6:55 p.m. CST (7:55 p.m. EST). About 300 miles to the West of Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. (see previous entry), several witnesses saw red and green lights that approached slowly at treetop level, then shot upwards, leveled off and moved quickly across the sky, disappearing behind trees and radio towers near the horizon. The lights reappeared and were seen by a fireman before moving away and disappearing. (Report by local resident received 10/25/67, NICAP files.)

March. 8, 1967; Galesburg, IL
7:10 p.m. CST (8:10 p.m. EST). Police and sheriffs watched unexplained aerial objects of various descriptions through the evening and into early morning of March 9. At 7:10 pm a bowl-shaped object about 35 feet in diameter with thick rim and body lights (bluish-white and pulsating red) was observed through binoculars by Knox County Deputy Sheriff Frank Courson at an estimated 2,000 feet altitude. The object made a hissing sound and emitted a white light beam to the ground. (Cleveland Plain Dealer, 3/10/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; United Press International story in various newspapers; Air Force unexplained case, Project Blue Book Files, National Archives. Some date and time discrepancies.)

March. 8, 1967; Caledonia, MO
7:15 p.m. ST (8:15 p.m. EST). A couple saw a shiny metallic watermelon (elliptical) shaped object with many body lights around the perimeter (green and red, plus white, blue, and yellow-orange). The object hovered overhead, then moved away rapidly. (Bardstown Standard, Kentucky, 3/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 8, 1967; Oswego, NY
8:10 p.m. EST (7:10 p.m. CST). A woman and her young daughter saw an oval with three red ports. The object emitted green" flashes as it passed overhead in straight level flight at moderate speed. (NICAP report form.)

March 8, 1967; Houston, TX
8:35 p.m. CST (9:35 p.m. EST). A woman and four children saw an object described as "tower" shaped, with large "wings" and red, green, and white body lights. The object hovered over some trees for several minutes, then took off straight up and disappeared. (Houston Post, 3/9/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March. 8, 1967; Denver, CO
9:00 p.m. MST (10:00 p.m. CST). A greenish disc with dome was observed moving on a level course, then curving downward. (Air Force report No. 00534B in Colorado UFO Project files.)

March 8, 1967; Newport, VT
9:30 p.m. EST (8:30 p.m. CST). Two women saw a greenish-blue oval hovering over a field, moving up and down. The object changed color to yellow, then to bright white. When the object began moving toward their car, the car refused to start (EM effects). The object was visible for about 7 minutes. (Letter 3/11/67 in NICAP files.)

March 8, 1967; Manistique, MI
Night. A woman and three children saw a diamond-shaped object, green on top, white in the middle, red on the bottom. The object hung motionless (hovered) for an hour and then faded out of sight. A power failure occurred during the sighting (EM effect). (Marquette Mining Journal, Mich, 3/10/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 8, 1967; Leominster, MA.
Cat. 3. Luminous oval, hovering, rocking, witness felt shock, paralysis. (See Section VI) (E.R.L.) car.

March 9 (Approx), 1967; Shamokin, PA
Time not reported. A bank treasurer and his wife saw an enormous row of lights that eventually took on a round shape as an object neared and hovered over a mountain tree line. The lights, brilliant white with an orange tinge, resembled a theater marquee, with lights flashing from side to side and at random, as they watched for 10 minutes. When the witnesses flashed a signal with a spotlight, the row of lights went out and a huge lower light flashed back the same signal 5 or 6 times (light reaction). Then all the lights went out except a red pulsating light and the object moved away as traffic approached. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. Ill, No. 12, Mar-Apr. 1967, p. 8.) .

March 9, 1967; Moline, IL
Policeman spotted two UFOs in the afternoon. Police officer William Fisher said he was riding his motorcycle on patrol when he spotted a boxcar-sized object hovering at about 3,000 feet. He said a second UFO materialized as he watched, and both sped from sight. Fisher took color motion pictures of the objects, one frame of which is displayed at the top of this page. (NICAP & MUFON files)

March 9 [11?], 1967; Galesburg, IL (BBU)
7:10 p.m. 2 housewives [Powell and McKee?] saw an object shaped like a pancake with a rounded top, pulsating red, and red lights around its rim, which approached and seemed to explode with a brilliant white light that lasted 10 seconds and almost blinded them. Object accelerated to the N and disappeared. (Berliner; FUFOR Index)

March  9, 1967; Plain City, OH
8:30 p.m. EST. Two men saw a cigar-shaped object with flashing red, blue, and green body lights. Something was attached to its underside. The object moved slowly, then accelerated and sped away and disappeared to the southeast after 30 minutes. The report said that a Polaroid photo was taken. (Columbus Dispatch, Ohio, 3/10/67, copy NICAP files.)

March 9, 1967; Savanna, IL
8:35 p.m. CST (9:35 p.m. EST). Police and others saw a glowing disc with flashing red, green, and yellow body lights. The object hovered at first, then moved at high speed. Many other sightings were reported in the area. (Clinton Herald, Iowa, 3/10/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 9, 1967; Follansbee, WV (BBU)
9 p.m. 3 witnesses driving on Route 2 saw a round car-sized object, with several lights on the underside, hovering at rooftop level, which left suddenly at high speed. (Vallée Magonia 824)

March 9, 1967; Onawa, Iowa (BBU 11480)
9:05 p.m. Jack Lindley saw a bright white, saucer-shaped object, as big as a jet airliner, fly straight and fast to the E. (Berliner)

March. 9,  1967; Fort Wayne, IN
9:15 p.m. EST. A man (minister, ex-prison guard) saw a group of lights in an X formation that hovered, blinked on and off in sequence, turned like a top (rotated), and shot away. (Federspiel letter in NICAP files.)

March. 9, 1967; Las Cruces, NM
9:30 p.m. MST (10:30 p.m. CST). Two administrative staff members of the White Sands Test Facility northeast of Las Cruces saw a fuzzy, fluorescent orange light moving in front of the Organ Mountains to the southeast. It moved toward the witnesses, angled downward, stopped (hovered), then shot straight up and disappeared. Also seen by the wife of the owner of Organ Mountain Lodge, Organ, NM. (Tillett report in NICAP files).

March 10, 1967; Phillipston, MA
12:20 a.m. EST. A witness saw an object shaped like a half ball with its flat side down (dome-shaped). The object glowed a bright orange-red all over and was about 10 times the apparent diameter of the moon, which was visible. (Fowler, 1974, p. 346.)

March 10, 1967; Dareton, Australia
6:30 p.m. An oval object with a tall dome, surrounded by haze, hovered above the road ahead of a car, and then accelerated away. (Flying Saucer Review, July-Aug. 1967, p. 30; APRO Bulletin, Mar-Apr. 1967, p. 11.)

March 10, 1967; Pawtucket, RI
9:00 p.m. EST. A man saw a large dark oval object that appeared solid and metallic, with a small light in front. It moved on an erratic path, tipping from side to side at 5-10 mph. The front light was extinguished twice, once when the object approached a street light and once when it approached a brightly lighted gas station. After being in view for; about 30 seconds, it disappeared behind the gas station. (Massachusetts NICAP , Subcommittee report.)

March 10, 1967; Salol, MN
9:45 p.m. CST. Two women and three youngsters in northwest Minnesota saw a bright orange oval which pulsated. The object hovered for 3-4 minutes, then went up and out of sight with a roar. The object reportedly made a loud sound like jets, but without the screeching. The sound varied in volume as the color of the object brightened or dimmed. (Roseau County Times-Region, Minn., 3/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 10, 1967; Ft. Chaffee, AR
11:30 p.m. CST. Three teenagers saw a house-sized object that had three huge lights. The object hovered over trees as if to land for about 5 minutes, then disappeared. (Ft. Smith SW Times Record, Arkansas, 3/12/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 11, 1967; Ashtabula, OH
Time not reported. An electrical engineer and four other witnesses saw three glowing, golden-colored objects approach from the northeast. The objects circled (maneuvered), and departed to the northeast very fast. Then two other similar objects appeared and followed the first group (coordinated formation flight), all disappearing after 15 minutes. (Columbus Dispatch 3/12/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 11-13, 1967; Tillamook, Oregon (BB)
Night. Red, green and white lights were observed in the air by several witnesses including
police and sheriff deputies. Radar contact was made in the same area as the visual sightings by the radar station at Mount Hebo  These sightings all took place at night. March 11, sightings were observed for one hour. March 12, sightings were observed for one hour. March 13, sightings were observed for four hours and thirty-five minutes. The radar returns showed hovering and rapid movement of the targets. The visual sightings also showed rapid movement of the objects at times. One radar sighting had a rapid distance change from 39 to 48 miles within one minute. (Dan Wilson)

March 11, 1967; Off coast of Taranaki, New Zealand
10:20 p.m. LT. A pilot, copilot, and hostess of an airliner flying at 17,000 feet saw a cluster of 10-12 soft-glowing, amber-colored lights approach their aircraft at a lower altitude, passing below and out of sight. The leading light was larger and brighter than the others, which were at a slight angle to the rear of the leading light. All of the lights were slightly pulsating. No aircraft running or anti-collision lights were seen, and ground control reported no other aircraft traffic in the area. (Witness reports in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov-Dec. 1967, p. 1; Weinstein, 1999, p. 35.)

March 12, 1967; Rochester, MN. (BBU)
Boy Hrubetz went out to buy a newspaper and saw a car-sized, inverted mushroom-shaped object hovering 30 ft above ground, then tilted at a 45° angle, oscillated, and left to the NW. 3 photos reportedly taken. (Vallée Magonia 825; FUFOR Index)

March 12, 1967; Paragould, AR
Early morning CST. Four witnesses saw a disc with bright white light beams that swept the ground. Red lights like roman candles shot out from all sides. The object floated low, and hovered. Witnesses felt vibrations and heard a sound like an alternating frequency beep. (Arkansas Gazette, 3/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 12, 1967; Virginia, MN
Time not reported. In St. Louis County, northeast Minnesota, about 250 miles from Rochester, four boys 9-12 years old reportedly encountered a landed craft and one or more humanoid beings. (Boyer letter dated 5/5/67 in NICAP files.) 

March 12, 1967; Bt. Vernal and Roosevelt, UT
8:15 p.m. MST. A couple saw the ground illuminated in front of their car. Looking for the source of the light, they saw a large object an estimated 150 feet above the ground shoot by. The object was shaped like a tapered boxcar and flame was coming out the rear. Near the object, the flame was in round balls of all colors and sizes, and then after the balls, there were long strips of fire. The object had bluish-white light coming from what looked like a row of windows ("panels of light"). The windows toward the rear became smaller. (Salisbury, 1974, pp. 46-48.) [Probable satellite reentry or fireball meteor. Also reportedly seen in Denver, Colorado. Witness estimates of distances, unless bounded in some way such as passing in front of a landmark, are based on assumptions about size and can be wildly mistaken.]

March 12, 1967; Glens Falls, NY
10:30 p.m. EST. A man saw a gun-metal-gray object shaped like a child's musical top, with lights around the circumference. Vapor trails emerged from points along the outer edge of the object. It hovered silently near the ground, then rose silently. Signs of life reportedly were seen inside. (Glens Falls Times, 3/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 13, 1967; San De Fuca, WA
8:15 p.m. PST. Two men watched a pulsating yellow-orange light for a half hour as it paced their car at close range. The following car had an electrical system failure (EM effects). (Washington State NICAP Subcommittee report, copy in NICAP files.)

March 14, 1967; Southeast Asia
Daytime. A U.S. Air Force flight surgeon aboard and the pilot and crew of a KC-135 flying at 15,000 feet observed a vertically inclined, huge, black metallic cylinder an estimated 2 miles from the plane. The object disappeared quickly after several minutes, and fighters sent to investigate could not find it. (Jacksonville Daily News, Arkansas, 3/27/69, copy in NICAP files; phone conversation with surgeon's wife 5/12/69, notes in NICAP files.)

March 14, 1967; Daytona Beach, FL
12:45 p.m. EST. Two woman saw a disc with a flat bottom and peaked top moving very slowly. The object was described as a very bright white, brighter than a conventional aircraft. It moved south parallel to U.S. Route A1A, then turned to the right and disappeared to the southwest after 3-5 minutes. (NICAP report form.)

March 15, 1967; Linda, CA
4:30 a.m. PST. A woman saw a triangular object surrounded by red glow (halo effect). The object had two blinking red lights and four steady white body lights. It hovered over a highway intersection, then moved away after 10-15 minutes. (Marysville Appeal-Democrat, Calif., 3/15/67, report in NICAP files.)

March 15, 1967; Nebo, NC
9:15 p.m. EST. A woman saw a teardrop-shaped object, long axis horizontal, with two lighted portholes. Its body was blue-brown and dull. The object hovered low, slowly ascended, made a sharp turn and accelerated. As it began to move, a red light on the tail came on and pulsated. The witness's dog reacted to the presence of the object. (Witness letter in NICAP files, NICAP report form.)

March 16, 1967; Free Soil, MI
12:30 a.m. EST. A woman saw a glowing egg-shaped object with lights around it as if they were on wires. The object was 6-8 feet above the ground. It dropped rapidly, then went straight up and repeated the maneuver. The object made a loud humming sound. (Manistee News-Advocate, Manistee County, Mien., 3/17/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 16, 1967; Near Roy (about 30 miles NE of Lewistown), MT (BBU)
O-Flight [N-Flight?] of Malmstrom AFB, USAF 341st Strategic Missile Wing, had unexplained deactivation of 6-8 Minuteman nuclear ICBM's within several seconds of each other during UFO close encounters involving a red saucer­shaped object in early morning hours. USAF security guard injured and med-evacked out. Capt. Robert Salas was Deputy Missile Combat Crew Commander on duty at O Flight. Similar event occurred with E Flight later in the morning. (CUFON; NICAP; not in BB files??)

March 16, 1967; 15 miles N of Lewistown, MT (BBU)
8:45 a.m. E-Flight of 10 Minuteman nuclear ICBM's of Malmstrom AFB, USAF 341st Strategic Missile Wing, SAC, were inexplicably deactivated within 10 seconds of each other and for 1 day after UFO's hovered near 2 missile silos. Followed a series of UFO sightings during early morning hours by USAF security teams. Similar unexplained deactivation of Minuteman's occurred with O-Flight earlier in the morning. (CUFON; NICAP; not in BB files??)

March 16, 1967; Montevideo, Uruguay
Daytime. Personnel of Antares astronomical observatory saw an oval object with dark colored dome and an open hatch in the middle. Three smaller oval objects ranging from orange to violet blue emerged from the larger one (satellite objects) and took off at tremendous speed. The sighting lasted 1-3/4 hours. Numerous color and black-and-white photographs were reported to have been taken and offered for sale. (El Universal, Caracas, Venezuela, 3/18/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 16, 1967; Keene, NH
11:10 p.m. EST. An associate editor of a local newspaper saw a glowing cigar that drifted back and forth about 30 feet above a snowy field in front of trees for 8 minutes. (NICAP report form.)

March 17, 1967; Lebanon, OH
Night. A woman reported an object so bright she could look at it only briefly (brilliant illumination). The object hovered over her home, and made a loud sound (unspecified). Her dog was greatly upset (animal reaction). Possible EM effect on car headlights. (Unidentified clipping in NICAP files.)

March 17, 1967; Central, PA
7:00 p.m. EST. A couple and their three children saw a fat boomerang-shaped object with three red lights in the center (body lights). It flew overhead, changing color, and seemed to follow their car. Then the lights on the object went out. The children saw something emerge from an open space in the object and connect to smaller objects. The sighting lasted for 20 minutes. (Letter dated 3/29/67 in NICAP files.)

March 17, 1967; Ann Arbor, MI
7:45 p.m. A man saw a red light that changed to blue as it moved slowly across the sky and disappeared. Then what he thought was the same light reappeared but as two white lights that slowly passed overhead (body lights). He could see a sphere with grey undersurface and with two red and green semi-circular parts in the center. (Letter from witness dated 1 /9/68 in NICAP files.)

March 17, 1967; Ohio Pyle, PA
8:00 p.m. EST. About 345 miles southeast of Ann Arbor, Mich., a couple in southwest Pennsylvania saw a fiery orange object that paced their car for more than a mile, then hovered over their home. After about 5 minutes, the object flew away toward Uniontown. (Uniontown Morning Herald, Pa., 3/18/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 17, 1967; Evansville, VT
10:30 p.m. EST. A couple saw an oval with a body light changing color from red to blue. The object seemed to follow their car before flying away over the horizon after 15 minutes. (White letter, 4/8/67, NICAP files.)

March 18, 1967; Stow, MA
7:50 p.m. EST. Three witnesses saw a domed oval object surrounded with a ring of vapor. When the object was stationary (hovering), it glowed violet but when moving, it turned to reddish orange (color change/motion correlation). It moved with a dancing motion. (Fowler, 1974, p. 346.)

March 18, 1967; Champaign, IL
7:30 p.m. CST (8:30 p.m. EST). Three people saw an oval or bowl-like object with a dome on too and a series of red lights around the circumference (body lights) that flashed in a pattern. There was a bright white spotlight on the bottom near the front. The object hovered over a field before disappearing, possibly landing. (Munday report, Urbana, 9/6/67, NICAP files.)

March 20, 1967; Tuscumbia, MO
Cat. 6. Daylight landing (#1014), occupants, close approach.

March 21, 1967; Hillsboro, KS
Cat. 3. "Upside-down cup on a saucer" hovered over car, which rocked violently. (APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, E, p.5) car.

March 21, 1967; New Baden (Mascoutah), IL
2:00 a.m. CST. Through  a window, a woman and her daughter saw a large glowing oval object in a field (landed). It had a bright light in the center, a ring of very bright red lights on its lower section, and lighted panels at the base (body lights). When the witnesses opened the window, the object rose silently at an angle, leveled off at about 30 feet, and moved away. The women checked the site a couple of days later and found withered plants and depressions in the ground (physical traces). (Phillips, 1975, p. 46; Ridge, 1994, pp. 21-22 from Skylook, No. 71.)

March. 21, 1967; Minneapolis, MN
7:45 p.m. CST. A couple saw a bright red oval that approached, stopped and hovered, four times emitting light or lighted objects toward the ground. (NICAP report form.)

March 21, 1967; Homer, AK
7:30 p.m. AKST (10:30 p.m. CST). Two families saw an object that had a long row of square windows of different colors. Orange light was glowing steadily beneath the windows and a red light off to the side (body lights). A weird whirring sound was heard. Cows reacted violently (animal reactions). The object hovered, then disappeared beyond the trees. (Report in NICAP files.)

March 22, 1967; Yungay, Peru
5:30 p.m. Hundreds of Yungainos and tourists, were reportedly visited by two UFOs. They flew over the snow covered Huascaran mountains and the city of Yungay, Peru. Photo by: Augusto Arrando. 

March 22, 1967; Wapello, IA (BBU 11541)
10:20 p.m. Douglas Eutsler, 15, saw a fluorescent, solid, multicolored lights stand still, then fly away at high speed. (Berliner)

March 22, 1967; Biscay Bay, France/Spain
Night. The crew of an airliner flying above the French-Spanish border saw two unexplained blinking lights that changed color and were tracked by ground radar. (Weinstein, 1999, p. 35, from Good, 1996.)

March 22, 1967; Camarillo, CA
8:50 p.m. PST (10:50 p.m. CST). A barking dog alerted five witnesses (animal reactions), who saw 5 or 6 lights in a cluster. The lights moved across the sky, and suddenly climbed straight up and disappeared after being visible for several minutes. (Camarillo News, 3/23/67, copy in NICAP

March 23, 1967; Omaha, NE
3:00-3:30 a.m. CST.  A nurse, a nursing supervisor, and an aide saw a slowing white light that at times had a surrounding red glow (halo effect). The shape was said to be " like a bowl atop a plate" (domed disc).

March 23, 1967; Omaha, NE
During the same time period, a woman in another area of Omaha saw two large (moon-size) lights making turns (maneuvering) in the sky. (Omaha World Herald, 3/23/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 23, 1967; Great Falls, MT
9:00 p.m. MST. Sheriff's deputies and other witnesses saw a yellow object with a red glow coming from the top and the bottom. The object hovered, then flew away. Many sightings reported all over the state. (Great Falls Leader, 3/24/67, copy in NICAP files.) [Malmstrom AFB, MT, Minuteman ICBM Complex]
March 23, 1967; Lawrenceville, IL
11:30 a.m. Man requesting his name be kept confidential reported that he observed an object, near the airport, in the west that appeared to be an aircraft fuselage (DC-3) without wings. It was white in color, and after a minute of observation, took off fast towards the northwest into a cloud. The observer is a well-respected individual who has been employed for years at Lawrenceville-Vincennes Airport (formerly George Field). He expressed the fact that he could recognize and identify most aircraft. This one was different. It looked like it was coming in to land (sideways), then sped off, always exhibiting the elliptical shape. (Ridge, NICAP files)

March 24, 1967; Los Alamos, NM
Disc hovers for 10 minutes.

March 24, 1967; Atlantic Ocean
2134Z (4:34 p.m. EST). An Irish Airlines flight crew saw an object that was as bright as Venus, but that also was being tracked on ground radar. (Weinstein, 1999, p. 35.)

March 24, 1967; Kent, CT
7:18 p.m. EST. Many people saw an object hovering in the sky to the northwest. It was changing colors in a cycle from red to blue-green to white, and back to red. After about 25 minutes, the object made a swift departure. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, 3/25/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives.)

March 24, 1967; Georgetown, MA
9:00 p.m. EST. Three witnesses described an object as being shaped like a turtle shell with flashing red and white lights. The object hovered over Rock Pond before moving off faster than a jet aircraft. (Fowler, UFOS: INTERPLANETARY VISITORS,  December 1979, Bantam Edition, page 331)

March 24 [26?], 1967; Belt, MT (BBU 11551)
9 p.m. Truck driver Ken Williams saw a dome-shaped object emitting a bright light, land in a ravine. As he approached, it took off and settled back, hidden from the highway. Numerous other reports came in from this area and at dawn police and a Malmstrom AFB helicopter made a search without success. (Berliner; cf. Vallée Magonia 827)

March 24/25, 1967; Roy (about 30 miles NE of Lewiston), Montana (BBU)
O-Flight of Malmstrom AFB, USAF 341st Strategic Missile Wing, had unexplained deactivation of 6-8 Minuteman nuclear ICBM's within several secs of each other during UFO close encounters involving a red saucer­ shaped object in early morning hours. USAF security guard injured and medivacked out. (Brad Sparks)

March  25, 1967: Joplin, MO
Early a.m. CST. Two reporters saw three discs with domes and flat bottoms (domed discs) that were later joined by a fourth. White light was coming from windows positioned around the circumference of the domes. The discs hovered over a highway, then slowly moved away. (Joplin Globe, Missouri, 3/26/67, copy in NICAP files; APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 1.)

March 25, 1967; Canton, IL
6:25 p.m. CST. A man and his 11-year-old son saw a hovering, dark egg-shaped object that began to glow red when it moved low overhead (luminosity/motion correlation). It made a sound like a quiet washing machine (swishing). The sound varied and pulsated as did the light. (NICAP report form and letter in NICAP files.)  

March 25, 1967; Memphis, TN
7:00 p.m. CST. About 480 miles south of Canton, Illinois (see previous entry), two witnesses saw a solid, self-luminous, bright reddish-orange circular object that at one point passed in front of a house and in front of power lines. The object disappeared but was then seen again, and finally departed at tremendous speed. (NICAP report form.) 

March 26, 1967; New Winchester, OH (BBU 11559)
4 p.m. Man, woman, three boys, saw an oval object, like copper or brass with the sun shining on it, fly from SE to NW with tumbling motion. (Hynek UFO Exp ch. 6, case DD-12; FUFOR Index)

March 26, 1967; Minatare, NE
7:30 p.m. MST. Two separate groups of witnesses reported a variety of UFO activity. In one case a man saw two "solid :-lights" that hovered near the ground. A 5-1/2-foot tall humanoid being in what looked like white coveralls was seen, and the man's dog was disturbed at this time (animal reaction). The other witnesses described strange footprints found at the site and apparently also saw the humanoid being but do not describe it. (NICAP report form.)

March ??, 1967; Medicine Lodge, KS
On some unspecified date in the spring, some 525 miles southeast of Minatare, Nebraska, a man saw a large craft on the ground and small humanoids who disembarked and circled around the craft. Footprints of the humanoids reportedly were photographed. (Miller letter, Kirksville, MO, NICAP files.)

March 27, 1967; Picaco Park, NM
Photograph. No other information available at this time.

March 28, 1967; Munroe Falls, OH
2:30 a.m. EST. A 20-year-old electric company worker saw a glowing red-orange, cone-shaped object just off the ground. The object was estimated to be 12 feet wide at the base and 25 feet high to the point, where there was a ball-shaped object. Large-headed humanoids were seen moving rapidly back and forth. The report said that one being was hit by the car, leaving visible damage on the vehicle. (Ravenna Record-Courier, Ohio, 3/31/67; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p. 30; Keyhoe and Lore,1969b, pp.28-29; APRO Bulletin, March-April 1967, p. 1.)

March 29, 1967; North Granby, CT
7:35 p.m. EST. A woman sighted a glowing disc. She drove home and returned with two more witnesses. The object moved slowly, and disappeared when aircraft approached (aircraft avoidance). (NICAP report form.)

March 29, 1967; New Ulm, MN
7:45 p.m. CST (8:45 p.m. EST). A disc with windows hovered, then accelerated away. (Air Force report in Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)

March 30, 1967; Malmstrom AFB, MT
Radar/visual, UFO, ten missiles shut down.

March 30, 1967; Burghfield, Berkshire, England
7:30 p.m. GMT.  Five people saw a carrot-shaped (cone-shaped) object about twice the size of an airliner. It moved sideways at first, then climbed and accelerated away. (Reading Evening Post, England, 3/31/67, copy in NICAP files.)

March 30, 1967; Eastern Seaboard
7:20-7:40 p.m. EST. A NASA launch that created a sodium vapor cloud in the atmosphere caused several false UFO reports.

March 30, 1967; Westmont, IL
8:25 p.m. CST. Three people saw a disc with a dome and two red body lights hovering near the horizon. They observed it through binoculars, and it appeared to oscillate erratically. The lights blinked as it moved at low altitude. Finally the object accelerated and sped out of sight. (Report from local resident, received 10/25/67, NICAP files.)

March 31, 1967; Wellington, TX
10:30 p.m. CST. A witness reported seeing a cylindrical object about 100 feet long that was hovering just off the ground and emitting a motor-like sound. Other sounds also were heard, including a voice requesting that he undergo a physical examination. When the witness refused to do so, the craft took off. (Washington Star, D.C. (United Press International), 4/2/67; Flying Saucer Review, July-Aug. 1967, p. 31; Air Force report in Project Blue Book files, National Archives.) 

Spring, No date, 1967; Haverhill, MA
2:00 a.m. EST,. An airport owner, alerted by a whirring sound, saw an object like two silver saucers placed rim-to-rim (disc) with a transparent dome. Inside the dome were two moving figures. Portholes glowed on the perimeter of the object. An odor was reported, and a yard light was affected (EM effects). (Fowler, 1974, p. 348.) 

April, No date, 1967; Moberly, MO
Evening. A couple saw an object with a short cylindrical body, dome-shaped top, and flat bottom (turret shape). The top glowed blue-green, sides white, and bottom red. The object had a semi-circle of white body lights that suddenly glowed and blinked around the upper rim. It performed various maneuvers, once apparently splitting in two and rejoining. Eventually it sped up and crossed the road in front of the car. (Moberly Monitor-Index and Evening Democrat, 7/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)

April, No date, 1967; Tortuguero, Islagrande, Puerto Rico
11:15 a.m. A flight instructor and student in a U.S. Navy Cessna aircraft saw a flat oval object, which appeared to be a metallic dull white in color, that followed the aircraft. (Weinstein, 1999, p. 35.)

April 1, 1967; Wayne County, IN
5:45 a.m. A farm wife was putting milker's on cows in a barn when she observed a round, red-yellow object the size of the full moon for about a minute. It hovered about 200 yards away, then climbed and disappeared in about three seconds. (Don Worley files)

April 1, 1967; Fishing Creek Valley, PA
6:30 p.m. EST. Three young children saw a sphere estimated to be 35-50 feet in diameter with two antennae and a varicolored halo. The object approached at low level, dropped to an estimated 40 feet altitude, and emitted a double-tapered light beam for 2 minutes that lit the ground 10 feet from the children. Two dogs barked wildly during the event (animal reaction). As they watched, the object suddenly disappeared. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 1; Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report.) 

April 1967; Brixham, Devon, England
A huge, cone-shaped UFO that slowly revolved, hovered for more than an hour, and shot away as an airplane approached was seen by members of Her Majesty's Coast Guard and others at Brixham, Devon, England at 11:25 a. m., April [1967]

Coast Guardsman Brian F. Jenkins stated in his report to NICAP member J. A. Hennessey that the object was seen stationary at approximately 15,000 feet.  It slowly drifted to the northwest during the next 80 minutes.  It was slowly revolving, revealing a door like structure on its side as it did so.  There was a curtain-like structure' at its bottom that changed shape during the flight.

April 1, 1967; Hessel, CA
7:15 p.m. PST (10:15 p.m. EST). A family saw an unusual reddish light that approached their car after they flashed their headlights at it (light reaction). The object hovered in front of the car, glowing red with a dome visible on top. It had a hazy indefinite lower part at least as large as the upper part. A high-pitched whine bothered the witnesses' ears. The object began moving slowly over the tree tops, gave off a brilliant light, and sped away (luminosity/speed correlation). (NICAP report form; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, Oct. 1967, p. 3; NICAP report form.)  

April 1, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
9:15 p.m. EST. A woman reported an illuminated bell-shaped object, estimated to be 35 feet long and 20 feet high (length to height ratio 1.75:1), with white lights and a pulsating red light (body lights). The object hovered for 3-4 minutes above a farm house, then slowly moved away. A burning-type odor persisted for an hour. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.)

April 4, 1967
                                     FAA Notice N7230.29 published, establishing procedures for "Reporting of Unidentified Flying Objects" to the Colorado Project.

April 5, 1967; Davis, CA
1:50 a.m. PST (4:40 p.m. EST) A woman saw a basket-shaped (truncated cone) object with flashing lights for 10 minutes. The object moved slowly across the sky at low altitude oscillating up-and-down, and also seemed to oscillate laterally while moving. The body lights were red when the object moved upwards and white when it moved downwards (color/motion correlation). The object was described as tumbling end over end. (NICAP report form.)

April  5, 1967; Menominee, MI
4:00 a.m. EST. Two University of Wisconsin students saw three large orange oval objects in formation that appeared behind their car, then moved in front of it, north of town. When they stopped the car, the objects hovered over the trees, their color changing from orange to purple. They then emitted a blinding light that lit up the area, and vanished suddenly. (Escanaba Daily Press, Mich., 4/6/67, copy in NICAP files.)

April 5, 1967; Jonestown/Lickdale, PA
7:45 p.m. EST. A justice of the peace saw a dark-colored disc, estimated to be 30 feet across, that flew over his vehicle at an altitude of about 30 feet, then stopped and hovered to one side. When over the vehicle, it looked as if it had lights behind painted black glass. The object emitted sparks, had a humming sound like an electric motor which grew louder as the object left, and had a sulfur/camphorated oil odor. When the object left at tremendous speed, the car felt pulled toward it (gravitational effect) and then was rocked. The witness had physiological effects. (Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, p.1; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 6; Lebanon Daily News, Pa.,4/8/67.)

April 5, 1967; Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
7:45 p.m. EST. About 450 miles north-northwest of Jonestown, a woman and her two children saw a small glowing sphere with a metallic band approach their car. A humming sound could be heard. The object emitted two vapor trails. It receded, then turned and paced the car for several minutes before disappearing. (Peterborough Examiner 4/14/67.) About 45 minutes later in Welland, Ontario, about 165 miles northeast of Peterborough, a man saw an object with bright blue light that moved slowly and hovered, emitting a strange humming sound. (Letter 4/9/67 in NICAP files.) 

April 5, 1967; Belleville, KS
8:30 p.m. CST (9:30 p.m. EST). A manager of the Chamber of Commerce, his wife and grandson saw a disc with a peaked top surmounted by a green light. Its body was yellowish (like house lights) with red sections. The object flew over their car at an estimated 3,000 feet altitude. (Belleville Telescope, 4/6/67, NICAP files.)

April 6, 1967; North Salinas, (Monterey Bay area) CA
8:45 p.m. PST; 9:45 p.m. MST). A couple watched a fly-by of a red disc with windows at low altitude. (NICAP report form)

April. 6, 1967; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
9:45 p.m. MST (11:45 p.m. EST). A Pacific Western Airlines pilot and crew saw a dull orange-red object that flew erratically as it paced the aircraft, then sped away. Confirmed by radar at Edmonton International Airport (radar-visual). (Redden phone call, 4/7/67, NICAP files; Weinstein, 1999, p. 35 from Gillmor, 1969.)

April 6, 1967; Los Angeles, CA
10:05 p.m. PST (11:05 p.m. MST). Two people saw a fat, solid-gray cigar (ellipse) with a blinking red light for about 4 minutes. The object flew tilted, and two smaller objects came from the path of the first (satellite objects). The objects were viewed through binoculars. (NICAP report form.)

April 8, 1967; Millersburg, PA
Afternoon. Three women and three children saw an elongated object, split in the middle, possibly saucer-shaped, that was hovering near a telephone tower on a mountain. It then shot straight up and disappeared. (Harrisburg Patriot-News, Pa., 4/9/67, copy in NICAP files)  

<>April, (bt. 10 and 15), 1967; Danville, PA
3:30-4:00 a.m. EST. A woman saw a shiny inverted bowl with flashing red lights hovering above trees. It emitted five light beams from the underside, took off in "three steps" and quickly disappeared. (NICAP report form.)

April 9, 1967; Grand Island, NE
Dusk. Confirmed by MUFON Field Investigator and State Section Director Eldon E. Ervin.  A building contractor, his wife and three children were traveling east on Interstate 80 when the wife first no­ticed a bright object to the north, just north of the intersectio of U.S. Highway 80 and Nebraska Highway 281 and adjacent to a Drive-In theatre. The observers stopped the car, got out, and watched for 15-20 minutes while the object fluttered across the Cornhusker Ordinance Plant some 3 miles west of the theatre. At times the object wobbled as low as 40 feet from the ground. Later it disappeared to the north. The family drove as far north as Silber Creek but could not sight it again. Upon returning to their home, they called the Grand Island Weather Bureau. They were told an investigator would be out in the morning, but none appeared. The local police were also called, but no one came to investigate. (Credit: Elmer A. Krai, State Director for Nebraska)

April 10-11, 1967; Houma, LA (BBU)
were sighted by civilians and AF personnel. There were radar returns on MPS-14 and FPS-10 radars.  The objects were described as well defined, circular,  white, and the size of a dime to a quarter held at arm's length. The radar contact was at 277 degrees at 12 miles and revealed movement from 27,000 to 24,000 feet. (McDonald list; FUFOR Index)

April 10, 1967; Fayette County, IN
9:45 p.m. A glowing orange-yellow ball that swung in a large arc was observed by two witnesses for 20 minutes. It moved closer and became a huge dark object which reminded the witnesses of a passenger coach of a train with seven tall windows emitting light. (Don Worley)

April 11, 1967; Orange, MA
6:45 p.m. EST. Three people saw a flattened disc or ellipse with a rotating red light on the underside. The object hovered 100 feet over a pond, moved slowly, then sped away. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files; Fowler, 1974, p. 346.)

April 11, 1967; Royalston, MA
6:50 p.m. EST. (11 miles northeast of Orange). Two witnesses saw a mass of very bright lights, brighter than the moon which was visible. They descended and hovered, before moving slowly out of sight on an upward course. (Fowler, 1974, p. 346.)

April 11, 1967; Woodville, ID
9:30 p.m. PST. While driving, a woman saw an amber-colored object shaped like a disc with a tall dome. She estimated that it was at a height of two telephone poles and as large as a car. The object looked like plastic and had vertical risers evenly spaced around a "conning tower." A bright curved surface appeared to be hanging from a "brim which extended from rim to rim" of what looked like a "top hat." The object hovered, moved slowly against the wind, passing directly overhead, hovered over lava beds where it emitted two fireballs with sparkles, then two more a few minutes later. Finally it went dark and disappeared. (Ricks letter, NICAP files; The U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 1.) [Note: The main reported features of appearance, performance, and mode of disappearance all suggest a hoax hot-air balloon carrying candles or flares.]

April 12, 1967; Hackettstown, NJ
Night. Five people, including a policeman, watched a revolving object with a red middle, green lights on both ends, and white lights on the bottom (body lights) for 1.25 hours. The object left a white trail, and it started and stopped many times, becoming all white when not moving (color/motion correlation). (NICAP report form.)

April 12, 1967; Phoenix, AZ.
Cat. 3. Bell-shaped object buzzed car, banked, turned and flew away. (Blue Book files)

April 12, 1967; Toronto, Ontario, Canada
8:15 p.m. EST. An adult leader and 18 Girl Guides saw four lens-shaped discs with flashing lights on the rims (body lights). The objects circled the witnesses, and two shot away when an airplane approached (aircraft avoidance). (Henry McKay report, 4/17/67, in NICAP files.)

April 12, 1967; North Granby, CT
8:30 p.m. EST. A woman and  her two children, ages 11 and 8, saw a glowing, red-orange bowl-shaped object that was emitting very bright light ("painful to stare at"). The object made rapid motions and hovered. A rod extended from it for about 5 minutes. Finally, it shot away to the northwest. (NICAP report form.)  

April 12, 1967; Coastal Keys Highway
8:30 p,m. EST. Six members of a team while doing underwater film work for ABC News saw five bright white lights in formation, pulsating bright-dim on a 1/2-second cycle and maneuvering around each other as they passed at about 200 feet altitude. Witnesses, in two 16-foot boats in windy weather with choppy waves, included a former aircraft carrier pilot, two former submarine sailors, and a boat captain guide. (Letter to Herb Roth, 5/5/67, in NICAP files.)

April 12, 1967; Phoenix, AZ
8:59 p.m MST. A bell-shaped object buzzed a car, which experienced EM effects on its engine. The object then banked, turned, and flew away. (Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)

April 14, 1967; Melville, NY
9:00 p.m. EST. A small humanoid appeared in the doorway of a circular craft that landed alongside the road, as the witness's car experienced EM effects. The engine stalled and the radio (which had been off) began issuing "strange voices." (Rodeghier, 1981, p. 34.)  

April 16, 1967; Downsville, Ontario, Canada
1:15 a.m. EST. Two rotating red, glowing dome-shaped objects separated by a bar (dumbbell shape) hovered overhead, then accelerated away. (Letter dated 4/16/67 in NICAP files.)

April 16, 1967; Shoreline at NE corner of Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico (BBU)
Bet. 5 and 6 a.m. (EST). USAF Airman/2nd Guillermo Padilla and Airman Henry, 72nd Bombardment Wing, SAC, saw a disc shaped object with two levels and a reddish band slightly above midsection, floating or hovering just above the water. Object went left to right and back a short distance then rose from right to left, and Padilla took a photo. Object reversed path and disappeared. (Tony Rullan)

April 17, 1967; Saigon, Vo Than, Viet Nam
Time not given. Five white oval objects, oriented vertically, moved across the sky in 5 seconds, periodically passing behind small scattered clouds. Five minutes later jet aircraft at high altitude flew in the same direction as the objects. (Haines, 1994, pp. 88-89; Smith 1997, UNICAT #371).

April 17, 1967; Worthing, Sussex, England
2:15 a.m. (9:15 p.m. EST, April 16). A loud humming sound was heard as a glowing object shaped like an upturned saucer flew across the sky. The sound was heard again later and the object was seen moving sideways. (Flying Saucer Review, July-Aug. 1967, p. 30.)

April 17, 1967; New Haven, WV
8:45 p.m. EST. Independent witnesses in six locations saw a glowing object with lighted ports. A pharmacist saw and followed the object as it flew up the Ohio River at an estimated 500 feet altitude. The object circled back and emitted two huge light beams to the ground from its bottom. This appeared to be a reaction to his flashing his headlights (light reaction). Three miles away a boy in a pony wagon crashed when the animal bucked as it saw the object. Another woman said that her dogs were upset when the object passed (animal reactions). She sketched a round shape with two cone-shaped protuberances sticking out from the sides of the white ball. These protuberances contained rows of porthole-like openings. A farmer reported that the craft hovered above a field and shone its lights down. He said the lights were blindingly bright. Several witnesses, including a sheriff, reported a bright yellow light with objects protruding from it. Yet another witness reported an object that stopped for 2 minutes, then reversed direction without turning and flew directly overhead at an estimated altitude of  400-500 feet. He reported that bright lights were coming from windows on the protuberances, and a row of steady red lights was visible around the object (body lights). TV interference (EM effect) was reported by two people. (Letter from pharmacist, 4/21/67, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 6; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, pp. 41-42.)

April 17, 1967; Jefferson City, MO (BBU)
9 p.m. School principal and 3 teachers (Pistone, Wilson, Metz) in separate cars were driving home and saw a huge 300 ft WWI helmet shaped object come over the cliff then over their cars bathing them in intense light. Object hovered over power lines for about 10 minutes then headed towards the airport. Principal drove over to airport and found 2 more witnesses, attorneys. Ozark Airliner crew saw 2 large round flat objects below the plane on final landing approach moving in various directions. (Hynek UFO Exp ch. 8, case CEI-7; Weinstein; FUFOR Index)

April 17, 1967; New Haven, WV
Cat. 4. Dog and pony reacted to beam of light.

April 17, 1967; Shelley, ID
9:30-10:00 p.m. PST. A woman and her daughter, age 16, saw a large amber-colored light approaching their car at an altitude of 60-80 feet. As it moved closer, the object was seen to be round with windows on top, and light coming from a bottom bulge. The object passed over the road behind the car, and disappeared after about 3-5 minutes. (Ricks letter in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 1.)

April 18, 1967; Point Pleasant, WV
8:00 p.m. EST. A pilot and ground observers reported an anomalous "light-bearing object." The pilot attempted to close in on the object and flashed his landing lights, but there was no response and the object disappeared. (West Virginia Register, 4/1/67,(??) copy in NICAP files.)

April 18, 1967; Athens, OH
At 8:05 p.m. About 40 miles north of Point Pleasant, a Ph.D. professor at Ohio University, who is also a private pilot, and four others saw an unidentified light source that alternated between yellow and pink as it moved over a wide arc of sky at moderate speed. It was observed for 10 minutes. (NICAP report form.) At 8:30 pm in Athens, the wife of the Director of Ohio University Center for Social Science Education saw a solid, dull white oval for 10 seconds. It sped up as it moved to the northwest. (NICAP report form).

April 19, 1967; Tully, MA
7:30 p.m. EST. Four witnesses saw a cream-colored domed object with flashing lights, bright white at first and then turning to red. The object hovered, made sharp turns, and moved off slowly. (Fowler, 1974, p. 347.)

April 19; 1967; Huntington, WV
8:45 p.m. EST. A witness reported to the newspaper having seen a round object with red and white colors which followed their car and appeared to move with a gliding motion. (Point Pleasant Register, W.Va., 4/22/67, copy in NICAP files.)

April 19, 1967; Port Clinton, OH
9:00 p.m. EST. Six neighbors saw a bright light that moved straight up, then crossed the sky, stopped, brightened, and emitted two smaller lights. The observation lasted 3 hours. (Port Clinton Daily News 4/20/67, copy in NICAP files.)

April 20, 1967; Orange, MA
7:15 p.m. EST. Four witnesses saw an object with eight red blinking lights and two white lights (body lights). The object hovered, then moved away slowly. (Fowler, 1974, p. 347.)

April 20, 1967; Coldwater, MI
8:15 p.m. EST. A man saw a large cigar-shaped object with many body lights arranged in groupings. It flew low and slow from east to west. (NICAP report form.)

April 20, 1967; Georgetown, MA
8:30 p.m. EST. Six witnesses saw two dark objects with two bright flashing red lights and two dimmer white lights (body lights). The objects moved in a pattern, stopping and reversing direction (maneuvering) at times. (Fowler, 1974, p. 347.)

April 20, 1967; Bolten, MA
9:40 p.m. EST. Three people saw a domed disc with eight glowing yellow ports around the perimeter, white light on top, and red light on the bottom, turquoise lights front and rear (body lights). The object emitted a sound like the buzz of a shorted electric motor. It moved slowly, then sped away. Some vapor was visible with it. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report in NICAP files; Fowler, 1974, p. 347.)

April 21, 1967; Ephrata, WA
1:30 a.m. PST. Two couples saw an unexplained light ahead and chased it in their car. Then they came upon an unidentified object sitting on the road and had to slam on the brakes to avoid hitting it. The object (shape not described) took off, moved behind the car, and followed it for 5 minutes, then disappeared as traffic became heavier. The witnesses were badly shaken by the experience. (June Larson report, 8/1/67, in NICAP files.)

April 21 , 1967; Cocoa Beach, FL
4:00 p.m. EST. A woman saw a shiny disc with a dome and hazy underside. The object hovered, and tilted as a small aircraft passed beneath it. The plane reversed course possibly to look at the UFO. (Florida NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP report form, in NICAP files.)

April 21, 1967; Georgetown, MA
7:45 p.m. EST. Three witnesses saw two groups of lights, each composed of three red and one white lights flashing in sequence. A large white light viewed through binoculars showed the appearance of rectangular windows. The object moved into the overcast when aircraft converged on the area (aircraft avoidance). (Fowler, 1974, p. 347.)

April 21, 1967; Phillipston, MA
8:00 p.m. EST. Three witnesses plus another separate individual reported a dark object with 2-3 bright red body lights that hovered and descended behind trees. Aircraft seemed to have been chasing it. (Fowler, 1974, p. 348.) .

April 21, 1967; South Hill, VA (BBU 11677)
9 p.m. Business manager Clifton N. Crowder found the road blocked to the W on his way home by an aluminum storage­tank-shaped object with dome top, 16-18 ft tall 12 ft wide, landed in the road ahead on 4 legs 3-3.5 ft long about 500 ft away. He turned on his high beams for a better look for about 5 seconds. At 250 ft, the object emitted white flames and took off. Burned area found in the road and holes along with charred matches. Norman Martin who lived nearby saw a bright light from the area at the time. (Vallée Magonia 836; etc.)

April 21, 1967; Tucson, AZ
9:55 p.m. MST. A yellow, dome-shaped object with a flat bottom (hemisphere) and with a shaft of light (light beam) pointed upward, descended , tipping and swaying. (APRO Bulletin, May- June 1967, p. 7.)

April 21, 1967; Maeser -Vernal, UT
10:30 p.m. MST A retired Air Force man saw nine silver, lens-shaped objects (discs) making violent maneuvers at an estimated 20,000 feet altitude. Viewed through binoculars, the objects had no visible rudders or tails and no vapor trails. (Salisbury, 1974, Table 1, case 46.)

April 22, 1967
American Society of Newspaper Editors sponsors panel discussion on UFOs at its annual meeting in Washington, DC. Panelists included Dr. James E. McDonald, Dr. Donald Menzel, and Maj. Hector Quintanilla.

April 22, 1967; LaPoint, UT
Evening. A witness drove into a driveway and saw a 50-foot diameter red ellipse resting on the ground. The object rose and departed rapidly when the car lights were turned off. Dogs were barking (animal reaction). (Salisbury, 1974, Table 1, Case 47.)

April 22, 1967; Maryville, TN
9:50 p.m. EST. An airline mechanic and his wife observed a bright disc that climbed slowly, sped up, slowed, changed direction (maneuvered), with erratic motions. The object remained visible for 5 minutes, once giving off a red flash. It was observed through a 3-inch refracting telescope. (NICAP report form.)

April 23, 1967; Elizabeth, IL
12:15 a.m. CST. A man saw a very large elongated object (estimated 50 feet long and 20 feet in width; 2.5: length to 4 width ratio) with a red light at one end and a green light at the other end. A large pulsating red light was visible in the middle (body lights). The object hovered at low altitude, then sped away after about 10 minutes when car headlights hit it (light reaction). It roared louder than a jet, and cattle and dogs reacted (animal reaction). (NICAP report form; Elizabeth Weekly News, 4/26/67, copy in NICAP files.)   

April 23, 1967; Orange, MA
8:45 p.m. EDT,. A witness saw a circle of nine white lights that enclosed two red lights, hovering near a church. (Fowler, 1974, p. 348.)  

April 26, 1967; Richmond, VA
8:30 p.m. EDT. Two siblings, 13 and 16 years old, saw a silver oval object that had central flashing green lights and a bright light underneath (body lights). The object was hovering near the ground. When the children screamed, the green lights flashed furiously and the object began vibrating and shot straight up into the sky emitting beeping and shrill whistling sounds. (NICAP report form and letter.)
Independent observation: UFOCAT data base lists a sighting same day at Quantico, Va., Marine Corps Naval Air Station, about 60 miles away. See also the following case reported about the same time as the children's sighting.

April 26, 1967; St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada
8:30 p.m. EDT. An object with an intensely bright. flashing red light descended, the red light stopped flashing and turned green. Then a light beam shot out of the object, catching a dog and the witness in its light for an instant. The object then flashed green, turned yellow-white, and moved away with the lights flashing red, green, and yellow in no particular order. As it moved away the object hovered, banked, and drifted slowly. No sound was heard. (Report in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 3.)

April 26, 1967; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
9:30 p.m. EDT. A witness saw a small cylinder, estimated 3 feet in diameter and 5 feet tall, with flashing lights. The object landed, deploying six legs when it was about 4 feet from the ground. A whirring sound during landing stopped once the object was at rest. Ground impressions (physical traces) were found at the landing site. (NICAP report form and unidentified newspaper clipping dated 9/8/67 in NICAP files.)

April 26, 1967; Mt. St. Helena, WA
Night. Two teenagers saw a saucer-shaped object with a dome, swept back wings, and red body lights. As it pursued the witnesses' car and illuminated it with a light beam, a whistling sound could be heard. The object then turned away and started to follow a truck that passed. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.) [Note the flurry of vehicle encounter cases-Code V- over in about a 2-week period in late April and early May.]

April 27, 1967; Bloomfield, NM
4:34 p.m. MDT. Two men, one a Federal Aviation Administration electronic technician, saw a huge, polished, metallic-appearing ball that hovered, started to descend, and then disappeared when an aircraft approached (aircraft avoidance). (Letter received 11 /28/67, NICAP files.)

April 27, 1967; SW part of State, OK
8:30 p.m. Three witnesses saw an object that flashed light beams onto a car and paced the car at an estimated altitude of 200 feet, remaining visible for several minutes. (Arkansas Gazette, 4/29/67, copy in NICAP files.)    .
April 27, 1967; Kingston, NH
10:10 p.m. EDT (9:30 p.m. CDT). Three adults independently saw a dirigible-shaped (elliptical) object with "bubble" dome on top and two protrusions on its underside. It had bright red body lights in a circular pattern, some flashing, and a white light in the center. The estimated 30-foot-long object paced a car at treetop level, emitting a shrill beeping sound which diminished as it disappeared in the distance. (NICAP report form; Reynolds report received 7/26/67, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, Oct. 1967, p. 3; Fowler, 1974, p. 348.)  

April 27, 1967; Green Lake, WI (BBU)
10:00 p.m. CDT. Four boys with the aid of binoculars saw a cone-shaped object with a blue underside and a top that changed color from red to orange to white. The object descended with oscillating motions, and illuminated the woods an estimated one-half mile away. (Sparks, 2001, case 1449, from Vallee, 1969, p. 344.)

April 28, 1967; Brixham, Devon, UK
11:25 a.m. LT. A Coast Guard Station was alerted to a bright object in the sky and viewed it through 25x binoculars on a tripod. The object was stationary, revolving slowly. It was cone-shaped, pointed end up, and had a small triangular mark near the bottom, which had a crinkled appearance. A plane was seen to circle the object. More than an hour later, the object moved off slowly at a right angle to wind direction and disappeared into clouds. Possible radar detection. (Hennessey-Jenkins report, 5/26/67, NICAP files; National Enquirer 9/10/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; Le Figaro 5/21 /67 quoting London Sunday Express 5/21 /67, copy in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 8.) [Note: The duration, description, and lack of any abrupt or rapid motions all suggest that this was in all probability a large, plastic research balloon. At their altitude, wind direction can be different from that at lower altitudes.]

April 28, 1967; Toronto, Ontario, Canada
9:00 p.m. EDT. A real estate agent and occupants of three other cars saw a shiny, metallic-appearing flattened sphere an estimated 20 feet in diameter and 15 feet tall, with a band of alternate non-blinking red and green body lights around the middle. The object hovered just above tree-top level for about 2 minutes, then dropped down about 10 feet. The witness became frightened and fled before the object disappeared. (NICAP report form; U.F.O. Investigator, May-June 1967, p. 3.) [Note the following report of a flattened ellipse same date about 2-1 /2 hours later.]

April 28, 1967; Shelley, ID
9:35 p.m. MDT (11:35 p.m. EDT). A private pilot and his family saw a flattened ellipse with a superstructure and a large orange light. Through binoculars, rods or supports could be seen between the superstructure and the body. Arriving home with the object still in view, they saw it accelerate and a small ball of fire ("fire ball") fell from the left side and drifted, after which a second fire ball fell away. The object then disappeared. (Ricks-Carter report dated 5/24/67, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 3)

April 30, 1967; Orange, MA
Evening. Many witnesses reported five objects with three green lights in a row and two red lights (body lights) underneath. The objects were visible for about 2 hours, hovering and darting around. One object dropped a ball of blue light. (The Worcester Evening Gazette, Mass., 5/2/67, copy in NICAP files.) [See previous case re: dropped "fire ball."]
MAY 1967

May, No date, 1967; Samoset, FL
9:00 p.m. EDT. A couple saw a cigar-shaped object that resembled a plane about to land. It appeared to have lights inside and a red light on top (body lights), an estimated 4-5 feet from the body of the craft. The object was silent, hovering, and then accelerated and moved away at low altitude faster than an airplane. (NICAP report form, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)

May 1, 1967; Peel Tree, WV
Night. A witness who requested anonymity (name on file) experienced engine failure (EM effects) on his car and then saw a 40-foot long elliptical object that emerged from behind a shed and hovered 15 feet from his car. The object tilted toward the car at about a 30-degree angle. Static was heard on the car radio, and the dashboard temperature gauge went off the dial. The driver felt an intense wave of heat when he put his head out the window, and his hands burned when he touched the horn rim and dashboard. He also reported headaches and partial loss of vision (physiological effects). (White letter, 5/29/67, copy in NICAP files.)

May  2, 1967; Montezuma, IA
8:25 p.m. CDT. A gray misty oval object was reported with red blinking lights and a steady white light on top (body lights). It hovered, then rose straight up. (APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 8.)

May 3, 1967; Philadelphia, PA
6:30 a.m. EDT. A metallic-appearing gray disc paced ahead of a car, top section revolving and a row of window-like markings visible around the center. A vapor stream was produced, which changed to red sparks. The object shot up into the overcast, and the witness experienced jaw pain at that moment (physiological effect). (APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 12.)

May 5, 1967; Minot, ND
Cat. 9. Ground/visual radar.

May 6, 1967; St. George,  UT
1:43 a.m. MDT. A motorist on U.S. 91 heard a loud hum, stopped the car, and saw a 40-foot diameter, amber-colored, circular object with domed top hovering 20-30 feet overhead. He shot a pistol at the object and heard the bullets ricochet. The witness was a hospital employee in Paradise Valley, Calif. (Salt Lake City Tribune, 5/7/67, copy in NiCAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 6; APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 6 (case misdated as May 13.)

May 6, 1967; Schirmeck, Bas-Rhein, Germany
7:00 p.m. LT. Seven lenticular (disc-shaped) black objects, aligned diagonally, each with a diameter estimated as 50 feet or more, were seen above a grove of trees about 2 km away. Each had a "smoky halo" around it. The objects suddenly vanished, then reappeared and vanished again, leaving traces in the forest. Truncated light beams ("solid light") were emitted from three of the objects, one white and two greenish. Although the beams did not reach the ground, a band of light was visible on the ground beneath them. A larger object was seen near the ground. A flexible light beam was also reported that detached from a lenticular object and then retracted itself. (Haines, 1994, pp. 91-92, from UNICAT catalogue #403.)

May 7, 1967; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
2:00 a.m. MST. A 14-year-old boy and four others saw a spherical object with spinning top and bottom and with red and green lights (body lights) which they followed and observed for 4 hours. As it hovered at about 200 feet altitude, a "white ribbon of light" (light beam) was emitted from the bottom of the object illuminating the ground. A "muffled whistling noise" was heard as the object hovered. Then a "screaming noise" like a jet engine starting up was heard, all lights went out, and the object took off with 7-8 explosive sounds. Black streaks were found on the charred road surface (physical traces). (Edmonton Journal, 5/8/67, copy in Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June 1967, p. 3; APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 7; Phillips, 1975, p. 48.)

May 8, 1967; Chester Heights, PA
11:00 p.m. EDT. A woman saw a round object with four red lights (body lights) in a curving row and a very bright center light that flashed on and off. The object hovered, moved up and down and from side to side. It darted away, reappeared, and hovered again before moving away for good. (Ritter report received 7/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)

May 9, 1967; Champaign, IL
Evening. Two people saw a white-lighted object that changed color to red as it flew rapidly from north to south. The object circled the airport, turned on a bright light, made turns, and hovered, then moved south above the witnesses, who followed it in a car at speeds over 90 m.p.h. (Witness letter, NICAP files.)

May 9, 1967; Beloit, WI
9:05 p.m. CDT. On the same evening, about 200 miles north-northeast of Champaign, Illinois, a woman heard a hissing sound, then saw an object with flashing blue, red, green, and yellow lights. The object "swayed, jumped" and shot out of sight. (The Daily News, 5/10/67, copy in NICAP files.)

May 10, 1967; Wayne County, IN
3:00 a.m. EDT. Fishermen saw a missile-shaped (elongated) object that had a glowing red ball at each end. A white glowing object seemed to land and grew increasingly bright causing the witnesses to fear an explosion. Witnesses left to get the sheriff. No physical traces found. (Ridge, 1994, -? P-22.)

May 11, 1967; Wareham, MA
2:05 a.m. EDT. Four witnesses saw two inverted-dish (saucer) shaped objects with rotating lights. The objects hovered, descended behind trees into a bog, bobbed up and down like a yo-yo, and sped away when police shone a light at them (light reaction). (Fowler, 1974, p. 348.)

May 11, 1967; Torrance, CA
This picture, although a fairly clear shot, does not have a lot of details. Taken on a Saturday night, a group of pals, Allen, Bobby, Rick, and Danny were hanging out when they saw this object that "glowed reddish-white." One of the boys had a camera, and allegedly took this photo.

May 12, 1967; Putney, England
11:10 p.m. GMT. A glowing yellow elliptical object with three round spots on the underside passed below clouds and was observed through binoculars. (Flying Saucer Review, Sept.-Oct. 1967, p. 31.)

May 12, 1967; Neola, UT
8:OO p.m. MDT (2:00 a.m. GMT, May 13). Two men saw a silver ellipse or disc, 45 feet long and 15 feet thick (3:1 length to width ratio), with a distinct outline, that approached, slowed, descended level with a road, tilted and went over a hill. (Salisbury, 1974, Appendix B, Table 1, Case 48.)

May 13, 1967; Colorado Springs, CO
4:40 MDT. At the Colorado Springs airport an object was picked up on radar. During this time a Braniff flight was coming in for a landing on runway 35. The track of the object behaved like a ghost echo, perhaps a ground return being reflected from the Braniff aircraft. The object blip appeared at about twice the range of the Braniff blip. When Braniff touched down, however, the situation changed radically. The UFO blip pulled to the right (east) and passed over the airport at an indicated height of about 200 ft. The object track passed within 1.5 miles of the control tower. The object was not visible even through binoculars by personnel in the control tower. This case was written up in the SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS, conducted by the University of Colorado, and it was stated there: This must remain as one of the most puzzling radar cases on record, and no conclusion is possible at this time. It seems inconceivable that an anomalous propagation echo would behave in the manner described, particularly with respect to the reported altitude changes, even if AP had been likely at the time. In view of the meteorological situation, it would seem that AP was rather unlikely. Besides, what is the probability that an AP return would appear only once, and at that time appear to execute a perfect practice ILS approach? (Wilson)

May 13, 1967; Vermillion, SD
8:00 p.m. CDT. A University of South Dakota faculty member and five others saw a lens-shaped object (disc) that passed under clouds, turned over, and changed direction (maneuvered). (Witness report, 7/18/67, in NICAP files.)

May 15, 1967; NE of Indianapolis, IN
7:30 p.m. EDT. A pilot and a sheriffs deputy saw a 50-foot cigar-shaped object with a brilliant white light in front, a rapidly blinking red light on the rear, and red lights pulsating from front to back underneath (body lights). The object, its altitude estimated at 1,000 feet, moved slowly until it left rapidly at a steep angle. Indianapolis airport radar reportedly tracked the object. (Telephone call report from Frank Edwards, 5/18/67, NICAP files; Ridge, 1994, pp. 22-23 from Edwards, 1968, p. 152.)

May 15, 1967; Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
10:00 p.m. EDT. Three witnesses 500 miles to the northeast, in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, saw an elongated object with one red and one white light. It moved slowly, stopped, and slowly flew away. The object responded to light flashes (light reaction) by a witness. (Air Force report form, NICAP files.)    

May 16, 1967; Half Moon Bay, CA
1:30 a.m. PDT. A family saw a triangular object with a row of red lights and a white light on one end (body lights). The object hovered over the ground near a pond, made a roaring sound, then took off soaring over the house. (Redwood City Times, Calif., 5/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)

May 16, 1967; Gulf of Mexico (BBU)
10:10 p.m. Crew of SS Point Sur. (Hynek UFO Exp ch. 7, case RV-9)

May 17, 1967; Rural Hall, NC (BBU 11744)
8:30 p.m. Red Ledford [Parker?] saw a round, orange-colored object, similar in size to a small aircraft, zigzag back and forth over a jet that was heading NE. (Berliner; FUFOR Index)

May 17, 1967; Ustkamenogorsk, Russia
2:30 a.m. LT. An engineer named T.N. Kanshov saw a bright body twice as large as the moon moving across the sky from south to north for over two minutes. It first appeared as a flame so bright he could read the time on his watch by its light. The night was quiet, cloudless, moonless. The object had "fiery arrows" extending parallel to its sides. It expanded to three times its original size before disappearing. (Ref. 3)

May 17, 1967; Kamyshin, Russia
10:00 p.m. LT. Major Y.B. Popov, of Novosibirsk, together with Junior Lieutenant A.S. Nikitenko and several local residents saw a cascade of lights rushing across the night sky from the northeast in even rows. The lights were located on the surface of a very large cigar-shaped object, the impression was that an ocean-going vessel was flying across the sky with absolute silence at an altitude of about 0.6 mile. It was observed for two or three minutes. It passed almost over-head and took off into space. (Ref. 3)

May 17, 1967. 22:05 Bakhrushev, Russia
10:05 p.m. LT. By a warm, quiet evening several witnesses including S.V. Ostrovskiy saw a bright point descending in the western sky. It flew down to an altitude estimated as about one mile, when it changed to a horizontal course. At that point it appeared as a dark body of impressive proportions, with a compact, well-defined light at the rear. It flew off silently at less than 200 mph, with a dark orange tail behind it. (Ref. 3)

May 19, 1967; Grove City, OH
4:00-4:30 a.m. EDT. Four men saw a cigar-shaped object for 20 minutes that made various movements (maneuvered). One witness said it descended to within 150 feet of the ground, then made a 90-degree turn and flew off to the west. The object made an odd noise "that made your ears ring." (Grove City Record, 5/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)

May 20, 1967; Falcon Lake, Manitoba, Canada
12;00 Noon. Witness approached landed object, violet light, rushing air sound, voices heard; experienced severe burns on chest, weight loss, and vomiting ((Hall, 2001, pp. 209-212; Clark, 1996, pp. 191-200; Craig, 1995, pp. 14-27; Gillmor, 1969, p. 316, Case 22; Story, 1980, pp. 230-31; International UFO Reporter, Nov.-Dec. 1987, pp. 21- T, 24; Journal of UFO Studies, New Series, Vol. 5, pp. 1-34; Flying Saucer Review, 1981, vol. 27, no. 1,pp. 14-16; FSR, vol. 27 no. 2, pp. 15-18; FSR, vol. 27 no. 3, pp. 21-15; Winnipeg Free Press 5/23/67; The Tribune, Winnipeg, Manitoba 5/22/67).

May 20, 1967; Lexington, KY
10:45 p.m. EDT. A couple saw an intensely glowing object with shimmering white lights. The object alternated between hovering and moving at an estimated altitude of 1,500-2,000 feet. The lights undulated, expanded and contracted, and at times disappeared. During the a contraction phase the object looked like a large white glowing ball. The witnesses became frightened and left. (Witness letter, 5/25/67, NICAP files.)

May 21, 1967; Union County, IN
3:00 a.m. A dark object with a circle of red pulsating lights which lit up the area was observed for two minutes by two witnesses. The object moved slowly along a highway below tree-top level. It made two passes. Witnesses experienced retinal afterimage, and a rooster reduced its crowing to a shrill screaming sound. The location: 5 miles west of the NIKE missile base near Oxford, Ohio! (Don Worley files)

May 21, 1967; Union County, IN
8:00 a.m. A farmer out hunting looked up when he heard a brief swishing sound. Six or eight light gray watermelon shaped objects in semicircle formation at undetermined height were moving rapidly to the east. The witness was very shook up, rushed home and called the newspaper. (Don Worley files)

May 25, 1967; Fostoria, OH
9:30 p.m.  A witness saw a flat-bottomed object, with a domed top (domed disc) that had rainbow-like light. When his car headlights shone on the object, its light flared up and within seconds it took off straight up (light reaction). The witness felt his hair stand on end and a tingling like static electricity (physiological effects). (Letter from Chuck Thaxton, NICAP files.)

May 25, 1967; Shreveport, LA
8:55 p.m. CDT (9:55 p.m. EDT). Two people saw a cigar-shaped object with a string of white lights down the center and a red light at front, and a green light at the rear (body lights). The object was estimated to be under 1,000 feet in altitude as it came from the west, circled south, turned north (maneuvered) and disappeared behind the local horizon. (Witness letter, NICAP files.)

May 25, 1967; Castro Valley, CA
10:30 p.m. PDT. A couple saw a metallic-appearing disc that descended to about 5,000 feet above the ground, emitting a bright red flame which shot from a 3-4 foot round aperture in the underside. The 15-20 foot long flame disappeared into the object, which zigzagged away. The flame was reflected off the underside making the object clearly visible. (NICAP report form; U.F.O Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1967, p. 3.)

May 26, 1967; Albuquerque, NM
Cat. 3. Luminous object chased car, hovered above it; able to restart engine after UFO sped away. (APRO Bulletin, May-June, 1967 [E,L]) car.

May 28, 1967; Corinth, NY
1:25 a.m. EDT. A couple saw three light green glowing discs that flew low above treetops and then went straight up and out of sight. (Letter dated 5/28/67, NICAP files.)

May 28, 1967; Wallingford, CT
12:01 p.m. EDT. An engineer and his son (age 12) saw a bright silver, wingless object, apparently longer than a Boeing 707 jetliner. Two large transparent domes were visible on top of the object and three oblong windows along the side. The trailing end bulged into four pods. The object flew at moderate speed into a cloud and did not emerge. Its altitude was estimated as 3,000 feet using clouds as a reference, and it seemed to be moving about 500 mph. A few minutes later three small dark objects were seen flying in V formation. (Letter dated 6/5/67, NICAP files.)   

May 29, 1967; Saugus, MA
2:40 a.m. EDT. One witness saw a glowing red scallop-shaped object (disc) that had white flashing lights along its surface. The object moved slowly with a rocking motion, then departed upward at high speed. (Fowler, 1974, p. 348.)

May 29, 1967; Bay City, MI
Night. Two teenagers saw a large, shiny circular object with whirling lights. The object hovered, moved, descended near a grove of trees, then later rose straight up, hovered, and flew away. (Bay City Times, 6/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)

May 31, 1967; Danville, PA
Evening. A woman and three children saw an object with red and green rotating lights. It took off down river, and turned after a short distance. The colored lights were not visible after the turn, but there was a large light like a locomotive headlight visible. (NICAP report form.)

Lieutenant General Otto J. Glasser served as the director of the Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) program, the nation's highest priority military project in the mid-1950s. He was an original member of General Bernard A. Schriever's "Schoolhouse Gang" of four at the Western Development Division. This is his letter to base investigators about upcoming meeting at Boulder Colorado 12-13 June. One of the attendees was to be Lt. Col. Lewis D. Chase, 341 Combat Support Group (SAC), Chief, Operations Division, Malmstrom AFB, Montana. It was at Malmstrom AFB, that on March 16, 1967, UFOs were seen over the missile launch sites and control centers and some ICBMs were disabled.

May 31, 1967; Beausejour, Manitoba, Canada
11:30 p.m. CDT. A woman reported a luminous red, saucer-shaped object with blue light that approached from the south and hovered about 125 yards away. A white light on the bottom became brighter as the object hovered (luminosity/motion correlation), its glow illuminating the ground. The object landed and left physical traces, including a burned area and radioactive soil. (Winnipeg Free Press, Manitoba, 7/21/67, copy in NICAP files; APRO Bulletin, May-June 1967, p. 2.)

Mid-Year, 1967; Manchester, England
Daytime. The co-pilot of a BEA Vanguard Airliner saw a fast-moving, disc-shaped object estimated to be nearly 100 feet in diameter flying to the right of the aircraft. (Weinstein, 1999, p. 35, from Good, 1996.)

Early June 1967; Khoper River, Russia
11:00 p.m. LT. While walking along the banks of the river M. Gavrilyuk and his wife saw a luminous object shaped like a half moon. The weather was clear and the real moon was shining in the sky. The object moved from the west to the south, passing above the moon and accelerating until it disappeared, leaving a faint trace. (Ref. 3)

June, No date, 1967; Fremont, OH
Evening. A pilot and his wife saw an object with amber to red body lights moving an estimated 100 mph at about 2,000 feet altitude. The object stopped, the lights blinked off and on three or four times, then it disappeared over the horizon in 5 seconds (rapid departure). (Stroud letter, 7/21/67, NICAP files.)

June 1, 1967; Santa Monico, Madrid, Spain
Time not reported. A  yellow-orange disc with windows and three less (tripod landing gear) landed , leaving three holes and burned grass (physical traces) at the landing site. (Ballester Olmos, 1976, p. 11.)

June 1, 1967; St. Augustine, FL
8:12 a.m. EDT. A woman saw a revolving disc with peaked top for 2-3 minutes. It passed in front of a cloud and made a sound like a jet aircraft. (NICAP report form.)

June 1, 1967; Richmond, VA
11:30 a.m. EDT. A pre-teen boy and a 16-year-old girl saw a hubcap-shaped (disc) object with red and green lights (body lights) around the perimeter, white and golden at the bottom. The Volkswagen-sized  object landed in a clearing in the woods. A slight buzzing sound was heard. The object took off fast ("like lightning") and disappeared. The young boy was so upset that he was taken to the hospital. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June f 1967, p. 7; unidentified newspaper clipping, 6/2/67, NICAP files.)

June 1, 1967 (approx); Warrensburg, MO
Witnesses in their car on the way home from College classes at Central Mo. State University in Warrensburg on Hwy. 13. They reported two lights cross in front of their windshield very, very rapidly. 

June 1, 1967; Shaunavon, Saskatchenwan, Canada
5:00 p.m. MDT. A school-bus driver saw a circular, dull aluminum object that had a superstructure with eight circular marks or portholes around its midsection. Above that was a glass-like dome. The object paced the bus for 2 miles, maneuvering and hovering around it. The object apparently responded to headlights turned onto it (light reaction), rocking four times before it rose with a roar and Disc disappeared. (Clausen report, NICAP files; U.F.O Investigator, school bus Vol. IV, No. 1, May-June, p. 3.)

June 2, 1967; McKeesport, PA (BBU)
Clark and Smith. Conflicting data on whether to ID this as meteor. (Hynek-CUFOS-Willy Smith files; FUFOR Index)

June 2, 1967; Philadelphia, PA
10:20 p.m. EDT. A man saw a glowing orange disc for 8-10 minutes. The object moved slowly, then suddenly accelerated away. (NICAP report form.)

June 3, 1967; Extremadura, Spain
Two Spanish Air Force fighter pilots chased UFO, radios failed. Cat and mouse pursuit. Object shot straight up and disappeared (section II).

June 5-10, 1967: The Six-Day War
Israel launched a massive air assault that crippled Arab air capability. With air superiority protecting its ground forces, Israel controlled the Sinai peninsula within three days and then concentrated on the Jordanian frontier, capturing Jerusalem's Old City (subsequently annexed), and on the Syrian border, gaining the strategic Golan Heights.

June 5, 1967; Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada
1:00 p.m. CDT. A Mounted Policeman and a Royal Canadian Air Force squadron leader saw a silvery circular or slightly oblong object flying rapidly to the north with a wobbling motion. The object was visible for about 15 seconds. (Winnipeg Free Press, Manitoba, 6/29/67, copy in NICAP files; Winnipeg Free Press 6/7/67 with date of sighting indicated as June 6, copy in NICAP files; case reported to the University of Colorado Project).

In this letter McDonald thanked U Thant for making it possible for him to meet with the United Nations Outer Space Affairs Group on June 7, to discuss international scientific aspects of the problem of the unidentified flying objects.

June 5, 1967; Shamokin, PA
Evening. A school principal, teachers, and many elementary school students saw three objects for 1 1/2 hours. Two were high, and one was low near transmission lines. The sighting occurred during an area electric power blackout (EM effects). The lower object, joined the higher ones and all disappeared at high speed. The local newspaper ( reported damaged generators at Shamokin Dam Plant. (Cook report, NICAP files; The Shamokin Dam News.) 

June 5, 1967; Uncasville, CT
9:20 p.m. EDT. A man saw three lights in triangular formation that hovered over a power station, emitted a brilliant blue flash, and moved away. Two of the lights were red and pulsating, and the third was a steady white. They were viewed through binoculars. (NICAP report form.)

June 5, 1967; Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
10:30 p.m. PDT. Five neighbors saw a large saucer-shaped, orange-yellow object with distinct edges. The object flew into view, hovered for 2 minutes, tilted on edge, and took off at high speed. A similar object appeared in the same spot, behaved similarly, but flew off in another direction. The object was viewed through binoculars. (Letter dated 6/9/67, NICAP files.)

June 6, 1967; Itajuba, Brazil
1:30 a.m. LT. A mushroom-shaped object buzzed a car. Humanoid faces were seen through a window in the object. EM effects on the car were reported. (Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 14, No. 6; cited in Rodeghier, 1981, p. 35.)

June 6, 1967; Colonsay, Saskatchewan, Canada
8:40 p.m. CDT. A former World War II paratrooper and others saw an object with shiny, bright, white oval  lights (body lights). It approached within 400 feet, stopped, glided from side-to-side, then sped away. (NICAP report form.)

June 6, 1967; Pine Grove, PA
11:55 p.m. EDT. A woman and her son saw a silvery disc-shaped object that flew two to three times the speed of a jet.  (Witness letter to Cook, 7/12/67, NICAP files.)

June 7, 1967 - McDonald Presentation
Dr. James E. McDonald, University of Arizona atmospheric physicist, gave a presentation on UFOs to the Outer Space Affairs Group of the United Nations. Secretary General U Thant expressed deep concern over UFO situation.

June 9, 1967; Extremadura Province, Spain
Time not reported. A Spanish Air Force jet trainer flying at 1,200 meters altitude encountered an  unidentified object that played "cat and mouse" with the plane. The object speeded up and slowed down, and moved above and below the T-33. The aircraft's radio emitted static and ceased to function (EM effects) when the object was close to the plane. The object finally disappeared climbing vertically at high speed. (Good, 1987, p. 149; from Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 14, No. 3, 1968, p. 26.)  

June 9, 1967; Pittsburgh, PA
9:35 p.m. EDT. Three adults and three children saw a fast-flying object with a large white light on top (body lights). The object also had lights around the edge like windows, which appeared to revolve. (Letter dated 6/20/67, NICAP files.)

June 10, 1967; Freeport, TX
6:30 a.m. CDT. A man saw four light sources for about an hour that moved fast, stopped, zigzagged, straightened, made right-angle turns and other maneuvers. One object emitted a red flash. (Texas NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.)

June 11, 1967; Da Nang, Vietnam
Time not reported. An unknown number of witnesses saw a silvery cylinder for several minutes, reportedly chased by two Air Force F-102 interceptors. (Associated Press, New York Post, 6/15/67, NICAP files.)

June11, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
11:15 p.m. EDT. A woman saw a bright cigar-shaped object with  a red light. The object hovered, accelerated straight up and disappeared. The red light turned green when the object ascended (color/motion correlation). (NICAP report form.)

June 11, 1967; Dorval, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
11:30 p.m. EDT. Two witnesses, including a graduate student in psychology at Harvard, saw an oval, dull gray object with three colored lights (body lights) and a glowing pink band around the middle. The object moved slowly at tree-top level from lake to shore, hovered, then moved behind trees, finally disappearing. It was estimated to have passed 100-150 feet away from the witnesses at eye level. (NICAP report form.)

June 13, 1967; Caledonia, Ontario, Canada
2:30 a.m. Three 3' to 4' tall beings, light colored clothing, helmets, moved around beneath cigar-shaped craft with windows. Physical traces found at site. (Hall, 1964-1967, pages 474-482, Vol. II, The UFO Evidence)

June 12-13, 1967 Meeting at Boulder, Colorado
July 19 letter - lists participants, thirty four of the total of Air Force UFO Investigators that were asked to attend the Colorado Project meeting at University of Colorado, Boulder.
Report on Meeting - found in book by David Saunders, "UFO's? Yes!"
Trip Report - Report on UFO Investigator's Conference at the University of Colorado, 12 - 13  June 1967. 

June 15, 1967; Caledonia, Ontario, Canada
2:35 a.m. EDT. Two people saw two stationary objects, one disc-shaped and the other cigar-shaped, on or near the ground in the vicinity of a factory for about 20 minutes. The cigar was described as being the size of a transport plane, and had four windows, light pulsating from  inside, a large antenna with a red light, and other multicolored lights (body lights). Three occupants less than 4 feet tall, in light colored uniforms, and wearing "helmets" with four lights, were observed scurrying around outside the cigar. The objects rose about 30 feet, banked around a gypsum pile and disappeared to the southwest. Physical traces found at the site included a burned area, disturbed grass, and an oily substance. (Cuneo letter, 6/19/67, NICAP files; APRO Bulletin, Nov. - Dec. 1967, p. 4.)

June 18, 1967; Woodsocket, Rhode Island
The photo actually appears to be from a much earlier time period as it has a strange resemblance to an Adamski ship of the 1950s. Probable hoax.

June18, 1967; (Falcon Lake) Shoal Lake, Ontario, Canada
Evening. A family crossing the lake by boat saw a shiny, metallic-appearing oval object with a slight rise on top. The object was an estimated 30 feet in diameter and 15 feet thick. When the object approached the witnesses' boat, it took on an orange tinge. As the object descended, the tops of trees on the shoreline were illuminated. Twice the family approached the object, but retreated as the object swept toward their boat. No sound was heard. Others on shore were alerted during the 15-minute sighting, and one person reported static on the radio (EM effects). Trees with wilted leaves on top were later noted (physical effects). (Bondarchuk, 1979, p. 31-34.)

June 21, 1967; Mechanicsville, VA
3:00 a.m. EDT. A woman saw a large lighted object with a rounded bottom and domed top that rose straight up from the woods into the sky with a roar like a jet. Trees in the woods reportedly were bent and broken (physical traces), all at the same height. (Heath letter 6/26/67, NICAP files.)

June 21, Los Angeles, CA
2:30 a.m. PDT (5:30 a.m. EDT). Two witnesses in a very barren area outside of the city observed two bright, cone-shaped objects, one after the other, that undulated, appeared to change to disc shape, and rose abruptly, the second joining the first in the sky. After hovering briefly, the objects vanished. (Los Angeles NICAP Subcommittee report in NICAP files.)

June 21, 1967; Kenmare, ND
10:45 p.m. CDT. Three boys and a policeman saw a hovering oblong object that had a row of lighted windows or ports. They viewed it through binoculars for about one minute. (North Dakota NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.) [Kenmare, North Dakota, is located in the area of the Lima Flight Launch Facilities, Minuteman ICBM Complex, Malmstrom AFB, MT]

June 22, 1967; Danville, VA
9:30 p.m. EDT. A couple saw a central white light surrounded by alternating rows of revolving yellow lights or ports on a dark object. The object tipped 45 degrees, righted, hovered, and reversed direction before disappearing. (Letter dated 6/23/67, NICAP files.).

June 24, 1967; Austin, TX (BBU 11815)
3:12 a.m. Artist/UFO contactee Ray Stanford saw a solid, blue-white, elliptical object fly from NW to NE and stop, seemingly in response to flashlight signal, for 1.5 minutes. Object then continued along its original path at high speed and disappeared behind clouds. (Berliner, Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)
June 24, 1967; Trenton, ME
10:00 a.m. EDT. Two people saw a silver-gray, hat-shaped object hovering over the ocean about 500 feet from the shore. The object emitted vapor at its base. Finally it ascended into a fog bank, descended again farther away (maneuvered), then moved out of sight. (Fowler, 1974, p. 349.)

June 24, 1967; Warrenton, VA
11:00 p.m. EDT. Two people saw three small objects and a large object that was white, blue, green, and red colored (multicolored lights). Finally the three smaller objects merged with the larger one and disappeared after about an hour. (Pickrell report, NICAP files.)

June 24, 1967
During the evening hours of the 20th anniversary of the Kenneth Arnold sighting, numerous witnesses in Argentina, England, and Paraguay reported UFO sightings which garnered press attention. In Argentina many people, including pilots and control tower personnel, saw a squadron of UFOs in six provinces with estimated speeds up to 3,700 mph. (Unidentified clipping, 6/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)

June 24, 1967; Paso de los Libres, Argentina
At 10:00 pm in Paso de los Libres, policemen saw 8-10 bright lights that flew in formation over a military post at an estimated 15,000 feet altitude. (La Voz Del Interior 6/26/67, NICAP files.)

June 24, 1967; Asuncion, Paraguay
In Paraguay, Asuncion, many residents saw six objects in formation maneuvering over the city. Communications interference (EM effects) was reported by the airport control tower director. (Baltimore Sun 6/26/67,.copy in NICAP files.)

June14, 1967; Manchester, England
A group of International Sky Scouts in England saw a cigar-shaped object while engaging in a skywatch near London. In Manchester, five unidentified objects were observed making "gyrations and extraordinary maneuvers." (Baltimore Sun 6/26/67, copy in NICAP files.)

June 25, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
2:05 a.m. EDT. A couple saw a bright sparkling white light for 10-15 minutes about 10-20 feet above the ground, emitting a "low-pitched, constant droning sound." Dogs were barking and howling (animal reactions). The witnesses heard something like high-pitched voices coming from the object, As police approached, the object disappeared and the dogs quieted down. (Cook report, NICAP files.)

June 25, 1967; Wilmington, DE
9:30 p.m. A man saw a lens-shaped, metallic-appearing object (disc) with a "deck" and a "pole" (protrusion) at the rear. The object was estimated to be 100 feet in diameter, and had a 10-foot-thick black band around the rim. A red light that looked like an exhaust opening was visible. The red changed to green, orange, yellow, and back to red. The object passed over the house, turned about a half mile away, and came back over the house again before disappearing. (Phone call from witness, 7/20/67, NICAP files.)

June 26, 1967; Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii
8:40 a.m. HDT. A woman and her son saw a double disc (like one plate inverted on top of the other) that hovered and was observed through a 20x telescope. The object then moved rapidly to the east, returned, hovered briefly, then flew away rapidly to the south and disappeared into clouds. The sighting lasted 1-2 minutes. (Witness interviewed by Richard Hall who was visiting in Maui at the time; report in NICAP files.)    : 

June 27, 1967; Wichita, KS
It is difficult to say exactly what shape the object is.

June 27, 1967; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
1:00 pm. CDT. A couple saw a glowing yellow object shaped like a large soup bowl (dome shaped). The object hovered about 300 feet over a service station, moved slowly, hovered again over a river, then disappeared below the tree line. (McPhillips report, NICAP files.)

June 28, 1967; Tehran, Iran
8:00 p.m. LT. Reportedly 10,000 people saw a bright round, glowing object three times larger than the full moon. It hovered, sped away, landed, and took off. (Tehran Yomiori, 7/1/67, NICAP files.)

June 29, 1967; Scotch Plains, NJ (BBU 11831)
1:30 a.m. Truck driver Damon Brown saw an oyster-shaped object 200 ft wide 25-30 ft thick with a huge red light at each end, one light on the bottom, and a row of blue lights along the bottom, which circled an aircraft, hovered, moved rapidly, then followed the witness' car for about 500 ft, veered S and departed at great speed. (Berliner)

June 29, 1967; Newington, CT
10:50 p.m. EDT. The 18-year-old daughter of an engineering instructor saw a luminous disc for 1 minute as it darted among clouds with abrupt motions. (Letter from witness' father dated 7/6/67, NICAP files.)

June 30, Rapid City, SD
2:00 a.m. MDT. Three patrolmen saw a large object with red. green, and white flashing lights (body lights) and windows that emitted light illuminating the ground. The object took off and hovered just above trees, exhibited jerky movements, landed again, the white light growing brighter as it neared the ground (luminosity/motion correlation). It then took off and flew away over a hill. (Rapid City Journal, 7/2/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 1967 - Memo Found
The most famous scandal began after Colorado Project (2) coordinator Robert Low wrote a private memorandum to the administrators of Colorado University back on August 9, 1966, to brief them on the project's aims. In July of 1967, Roy Craig, who did work very conscientiously as a researcher for the Colorado study, came across the memo and innocently showed it to project member, Dr. Norman Levine. Levine and another project participant, Dr. David Saunders, were appalled by a short passage on page five of that memo suggesting irregularities in the study's aims. During a secret meeting in early December with Hynek and James McDonald, they revealed its contents. McDonald, then a NICAP board member, made the memo public because it demonstrated in his mind a clear bias.

July, early, 1967; Taipei, Taiwan
Time not reported. Personnel at Yuanshan Observatory saw a red, cigar-shaped object that flew low and fast to the southwest. They observed it through a telescope. A news agency reported that citizens in southern Taiwan saw the object again later that evening. (Pacific Stars & Stripes, 7/6/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 3, 1967; Saginaw, MI
12:05 a.m. EDT. Two people saw a large bright object that emitted four smaller objects, each with an attached ray of light (light beam). At a certain point, these rays of light disappeared, and the four objects sped off in different directions and disappeared after about 3 minutes. (NICAP , report form, 7/18/67.)

July 3, 1967; Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dr. J. Allen Hynek stated: "best daylight disc photograph I have personally investigated. That says it all! Warren Smith and two of his friends were returning from a weekend prospecting trip when they spotted the object. Smith grabbed the camera, and took two photos of the object. Definitely one of the best of the early days.

July 3, 1967; Nr. Richards-Gebauer AFB, MO
9:30 p.m. CDT. At least seven adults saw a highly reflective disc with three bright orange lights on the rim (body lights) approach from the northeast going on a southerly course. The object had a slight roll and pitch (oscillation) in its forward motion. It was visible for 3-4 minutes until it apparently exploded, dropping fragments to the ground. (Report submitted to University of Colorado UFO Study, copy in NICAP files.)

July 3, 1967; Durban, South Africa
Evening. Four people, including a retired U.S. Air Force major with missile tracking experience, saw an egg-shaped, bright orange, glowing light that hovered, moved erratically, and flashed. (Cape Argus 7/5/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 4, 1967; Corning, CA
5:15 a.m. PDT. At least five witnesses from two independent locations saw an odd oblong, metallic-appearing object with a brilliant light on top and a smaller light on the bottom near the front (body lights). Two policemen and a businessman described it as a dark gray flattened sphere with a brilliant light beam on top directed upward, and a smaller and dimmer light on the bottom directed downward. A dark band circled the midsection. Two men north of Corning independently saw the object. The witnesses estimated a diameter of 50-100 feet. At first the object appeared to be hovering, then it moved slowly at a few hundred feet above the ground, finally picking up speed and disappearing from view to the south after being visible for about 10 minutes. (Corning Daily Observer, 7/6/67, UFO NICAP files; McDonald, 1968b, p. 74, reprinted in Vaughan, 1995, pp. 129-30.)

July 4, 1967; Shakhty, Russia
9:15 p.m. Docent Y. Krasuntsev and his son were resting near the Don River when they saw a half moon shaped object. They first noticed two luminous points that looked like artificial satellites. They moved to the southeast, making no sound. A shower of orange sparks flew out of one object and turned into a moon shape that went on flying. (Ref.3)

July 5, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
9:30 p.m. EDT. A woman saw a torpedo-shaped object with two bright white lights and three vertical lines of light toward the rear (body lights). The object was directly over the trees about 300 feet away, and as it approached two smaller red lights were seen. The object passed over the back yard about 40-50 feet off the ground, then turned 90 degrees to the south (maneuvered). The front end of the object raised,  and it climbed up and disappeared over a stadium. The witness said that she was "petrified" and insisted that her name be kept confidential. (Cook report, NICAP files.)

July 6, Palmer Park, MD
9:30 p.m. EDT. A 13-year-old girl saw an oval object with pointed ends (ellipse), a dome on top,  a red light at each end, and two rapidly blinking white lights in the center (body lights). It had what appeared to be a "tail" (appendage) on one side, and while hovering emitted light beams from top and bottom. [Compare to July 4, Corning, California.] The object moved slowly horizontally "tail first" making a buzzing noise, then shot straight up and disappeared after half an hour. (Telephone call 7/7/67, notes in NICAP files.)

July 6 or 7, Canyon Ferry, MT
Nr. midnight. A relative of NICAP member George Earley saw a bright cigar-shaped object with revolving lights of red, white, and blue, that hovered for 12 minutes (timed by watch). He looked away for a moment, and when he looked back the object was gone. (Letter to George Earley, 1/4/69.)

July 7, 1967; Kenora, Ontario, Canada
Evening. Air traffic controllers, while monitoring an eastbound Air Canada flight on radar, noticed an unidentified object moving at high speed toward Kenora. Later the same or a similar object was detected on the Kenora radar headed northeast. For three hours the object executed various maneuvers, including 180-degree turns, and twice followed Air Canada flights before resuming its northeast course and disappearing off the radar scope. (Good, 1987, p. 200.)

July  8, 1967; North Sea off English Coast
Time not reported. A ship captain and his crew saw a saturn-shaped object hovering over the sea. It then moved off until out of sight. (Letter from captain, NICAP files.)

July 10, 1967; Lizelia, MS (BBU 11869)
5:50 p.m. Golf pro Harold Washington (Capt., USMC Ret.) saw an object with a dome, the top gunmetal blue, the bottom the color of old lead, moving E, crossing the highway tilted upward to the right, then accelerated and disappeared into the clouds, with a swishing sound. (Berliner)  (Air Force unexplained case, Project Blue Book files, National Archives.)

July 9,1967; Harrisburg, PA
10:25 p.m. EDT. Two boys, 12 and 14, saw a round object with red lights on top and bottom and two bright white lights on the front, (body lights). The object approached about 60 feet off the ground with a fluttering motion and making a humming sound. Witnesses beamed a flashlight at the object, and it directed a white light beam onto the witnesses (light reaction), and then reversed course and disappeared. (The Evening News, Harrisburg, 7/12/67, copy in NICAP files; Cook report, NICAP files.)

July 11, 1967; Lone Butte, British Columbia, Canada
Evening. Witnesses saw 13 objects in units of three, with red and green blinking lights (body lights). One was seen to be saucer shaped. The objects shifted, bobbed, and weaved in the sky (maneuvered). They made droning noises when  hovering. Dogs, cattle and horses reacted (animal reactions). (Vancouver Sun, British Columbia, 7/27/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 12, 1967; Irving, NJ
9:47 p.m. EDT. Three witnesses saw a solid disc with a thick rim and windows. Light was coming out of the windows. The object revolved and disappeared behind trees after 2-3 minutes. (NICAP report form.)

July 12, 1967; Bristol, VT
Bt. 10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT. Several witnesses saw a bright object with two sets of lights, some of them green (body lights). The object landed in a pasture about 500 feet from the witnesses. It appeared to grow in size, changed colors, and appeared to have landing gear. (Burlington Free Press, Vt., 7/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 12, 1967; Orion, MI
Nr. midnight. A family saw two large orange; spheres that hovered over their driveway. One ball disappeared inside the other (objects merged), which then ascended and disappeared. (Pontiac Press, Mich., 7/14/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 14, 1967; Palmerston North, New Zealand
1:30 a.m. LT. A youth saw a "ring of lights" (also described as a huge white oval light the length of a football field). The objects stopped (hovered) two or three times. It separated into smaller lights as it moved away. The lights were flashing and revolving. (Evening Standard 7/15/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 14, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
10:30 p.m. EDT. Two couples, including an ex-military pilot, saw an orange ball (sphere) hovering at low altitude, clearly visible beneath a heavy overcast. (See July 12, Orion, Mich., orange spheres and following reports.) The object suddenly ascended into the clouds. (NICAP report form.)

July 15, 1967; San Jose, CA
2:00 a.m. PDT. Two people saw two bright lights that flew in parallel emitting a humming sound. (California NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.)

July 15, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
10:30 p.m. EDT. A couple saw an object with a red light on one end and green light on the other, with a row of revolving flashing white lights on the top (body lights). The object moved slowly at low altitude until lost behind trees. A short time later, an orange glowing object approached and ascended into the sky. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 9/15/67, NICAP files.)

July 15, 1967; Enola, PA
10:30 p.m. EDT. About 50 witnesses reported seeing an orange-red ball (see July 12, Orion, Mich., and July 14, Harrisburg, Pa.) that hung over the WHP radio towers, moved toward a mountain, hovered again, then dropped out of sight behind the mountain. (Cook report, NICAP files.)

July 15, 1967; Silver Spring, MD
11:30 p.m. EDT. An MIT graduate and retired Army engineer saw a small cylinder (estimated 4 feet long and 1 foot diameter) made of material like clear plastic with lighted grillwork and an open top. Initially, the object approached in the sky as a red light. It descended slowly to within 6 feet of the street and about 50 feet from the witness, then rose to clear a nearby building and ascended into the sky. (Phone call from witness, 8/26/67, NICAP files.) [The description and motions for the most part fit exactly with those of a hoax hot-air balloon device common at the time, made of a plastic laundry bag or similar material with suspended candles or flares.]

July15, 1967; Kirkwood, MO
10:30 p.m. CDT (11:30 p.m. EDT). A chemist and other witnesses saw a luminous orange sphere (see above reports) at tree-top level. The object slowly ascended, then broke in half. Each half broke into two pieces and their light went out (multiple lights/objects). Another bright light sped over the trees 20 minutes later, and still another brighter light sped over the trees changing color from red to yellow to green 30 minutes later. An officer at Scott AFB said about 50 calls had been received about the lights. (Epstein letter, NICAP files.)

July16, 1967; Lovelock, NV
Time not reported. Three miners reported a honeycomb-shaped object with windows and with glowing lights inside. First seen on the ground (landed), the object then ascended vertically. No marks were found on the ground. (Reno Evening Gazette, Nev., 7/20/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 16, 1967. 21:00 Kudepst, Russia
V.N. Chernyavski and his wife, with N. Ognevoy and S. Voronov, were close to the shore when they saw a yellow-rose disk-shaped object moving from west to east in the sky from the direction of the sea. It passed behind some clouds. The witness had the time to take a two-kopek coin from his pocket and he observed that the coin covered the object exactly when held at arm's length. (Ref. 30

July 17, 1967; Newville, PA
1:00 a.m. EDT. Three people saw a round object (10-15 feet diameter) with a bright orange hue. (See above reports.) The interior appeared to be partly visible, and a creature or being of some kind was seen within it. The object performed a variety of maneuvers, included pacing a car twice, hovering, and approaching a house. (NICAP report form and letter from Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee, 8/29,67, NICAP files.) [Note: There are three towns named Newville in Pennsylvania, one each in Bucks, Cumberland, and Lancaster Counties. The first is about 170 miles from Washington, D.C, and the other two are about 120 miles.]

July 17, 1967; Washington, DC
2:00 a.m. EDT. A witness saw a "blob" described as yellow and "rosy gold" (i.e., red-orange) that contracted and expanded in one spot until it disappeared after 10 minutes. (Phone call to NICAP)

July 17, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Evening. Two silver-suited humanoids emerged from a craft and entered the woods. They returned and drifted back into the craft. (Flying Saucer Review, Nov.-Dec. 1967, p. 31.

July 17, 1967; Sukhumi (Agudzeri), Russia
11:00 p.m. L.V.  Antonova, an editor with the publishing house "Thought", and T.I. Dantseva, fellow of the Kurchatov scientific institute, observed a strange object along with four other people. The weather was clear at the time. The object looked like a flat disk with shining edge, flying at an altitude of some 350 feet at the speed of a propeller aircraft. (Ref. 3)

July 18, 1967; Rome, Italy
10:00 a.m. Drew Wright took this picture. "I had a terrible hangover from all the cheap red wine I had imbibed the night before, my first night in Italy. As I saw the "thing," some local boys were saying "il disco," and pointing skyward. I snapped this quick shot before it vanished. I never made it to the Sistine Chapel."

July 18, 1967; Amvrosiyevka, Russia
2:47 p.m. Student Y. Divak and a friend were fishing when they saw the reflection of a strange flying object in the water. Looking up, they saw a lusterless craft in the sky. It seemed to affect the sounds from the trains and from the nearby town. (Ref. 3)

July 18, 1967; Miami, FL
10:20 p.m. EDT. Seven witnesses saw an orange, yellow, and red (red-orange) glowing oval, apparently translucent, pass by at an estimated altitude of less than 500 feet. This was followed about 10 minutes later by a similar object that was at a somewhat higher altitude. The sightings lasted 1 to 2 minutes. One of the witnesses was a World War II flier. (NICAP report form, Stokesberry report, NICAP files.)

July 19, 1967; Webster City, IA
11:30 p.m. CDT. Two brothers saw a circular object with a large white light in the middle, two red lights and two green , lights along the outer edge (body lights). The shape was discernible only with binoculars. The object approached at low altitude, passed overhead, made a tight U-turn (maneuvered) and returned, hovered, and moved away slowly. (Letter : received 12/26/67, NICAP files.)

July 19, 1967; Enderby, British Columbia, Canada
10:00 p.m. PDT. A Pacific Western Airlines pilot flying at 14,000 feet sighted a pink object that zigzagged through the clouds, hovered, then disappeared. He reported the sighting to the Royal Canadian Air Force. (Vancouver Sun, B.C., 7/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 20, 1967; Titusville, FL
9:15 p.m. EDT. A woman and her daughter saw a bell-shaped object with a dull metal finish and five square windows. An intense white light came from the inside. A humanoid with slim torso, an egg-shaped head, and long rubbery-looking arms was visible at one of the windows, and "shadowy movements" were seen in other windows. The object moved slowly past the witnesses' home about 200 feet away and 60-70 feet off the ground. (NICAP report form; Florida NICAP Subcommittee report, 8/11/67, NICAP files.)

July 20, 1967; Summerdale, PA
10:45 p.m. EDT. Three people saw a round green light hovering over the WHP radio towers. The light turned red and descended to 200 feet above the ground. An intense white light came on and the red light disappeared. Finally the object moved away and disappeared behind the tree line. (Cook report, NICAP files.)

July 20, 1967; Jewfish Creek,  FL
11:30 p.m. EDT. A woman (Barbara Fawcett) driving alone saw a large light in her rear-view mirror apparently following the car. The burning yellow light seemed to be floating 6-8 feet off the ground, and it stayed over the road. She accelerated to 100 mph as the light overtook her car and seemed to a be about to land on top of it. As a car approached in the opposite direction, the object emitted a bright yellow glow that lit the road and then disappeared.

July 21, 1967; Jewfish Creek [Homestead?], FL (BBU)
2:30 a.m. Barbara Fawcett [Faucett?], 18, and her sister saw a yellow "jagged" object rise above a swamp and land on a hill. USAF investigators found a very large scorched area at the spot. (Vallée Magonia 858; APRO July 1967; FUFOR Index) Same as Pompano Beech, FL, Cat. 4. Dog in car fearful at low flying light (Woodward, The South Dade News Leader, 8/2/67, copy in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Oct. 1967, p. 4; Sparks, 2001, from ' Vallee, 1969, p. 858; APRO Bulletin, July 1967.)

July 23, 1967; Popponessett Beach, MA (BBU)
Mr. And Mrs. McEnroe. (Hynek-CUFOS-Willy Smith files; FUFOR Index)

July 25, 1967; Garrison, ND
Round, blue-white object hovered near missile site, animals reacted. Object started, stopped, moved up and down; changed color to red when accelerating (section VI).

July 25, 1967; Garrison, ND
10:30 p.m. CDT. A farm family saw a luminous object that moved erratically, both horizontally and vertically, almost touching the ground at times. The object was round or top-shaped with a well-defined edge. It was blue-white when moving slowly and bright red at faster speed (color change/speed correlation). Animal reactions by dogs and cattle initially alerted the witnesses. An object of this description had been repeatedly sighted in the area near a Minuteman Missile site for 8-9 months. (Hall, 2001, pp. 212-13; NICAP Report Form and North Dakota subcommittee report, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, Oct. 1967, p. 4.) [Near Minot AFB, Minuteman ICBM Complex]
July 25, 1967; Southern part of State, MI
11:30 p.m. EDT (10:30 p.m. CDT). A woman and several teenagers about 1,200 miles to the southeast reported a very similar phenomenon. They saw 5-6 objects radiating bright white lights "wobbling" over a field. When a plane flew into the area, the objects (lights) rapidly disappeared after turning bright red (color change/speed correlation). As the color changed, dogs in the area howled (animal reactions). (Stinson letter, NICAP files.)

July 26, Rowley, MA
11:15 p.m. EDT. A woman looked out her bedroom window when she heard a loud whining, whirring sound and saw a glowing orange object in the sky. Others in the neighborhood also saw and heard the object. Seven miles away to the northwest, the superintendent of a military school heard a loud intermittent whistling sound, but could not find the source. (Fowler, 1974, pp. 151-52, 349.)

July 26, Dauphin, PA
11:20 p.m. EDT. A woman saw a red light hovering near her house and illuminating the interior of her house. The color changed to white and then to rose, and the light seemed to rotate as the color changed. TV interference was reported (EM effects). (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 10/4/67, NICAP files.)

July 27, 1967; Farmville, NC
12:30 a.m. EDT.  Two witnesses saw an orange-yellow, "tri-level" object with lights coming from the upper area, apparently from within. The object appeared to be spinning. It hovered, crossed the highway, and was joined by three other objects (rendezvous). (Greenville Reflector, N.C., 7/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 27, 1967; Newton, NH
1:00 a.m. EDT. Three people, including an electronics technician and former Air Force radar operator, and a laboratory technician and former Navy radar operator, saw an orange-red star-like light that began to move. Through a telescope they could see an elongated oval object with bright white lights at front and rear (body lights). Other red and white body lights were visible, a string of white lights along the side flashing in sequence. When a flashlight was shone at it, the object responded by reversing direction without a turn and flashing its lights back in the same sequence (light reaction). When a jet approached the object, its lights disappeared until the aircraft had passed (aircraft avoidance). Afterwards the object reappeared as a brilliant white oval. Additional signals were flashed at it, and the object responded in kind. After responding to a pattern of four light flashes, the object disappeared behind trees. (Fowler report, 8/14/67, NICAP files; NICAP report forms; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, Oct. 1967, p. 3; Fowler, 1974, pp. 152-55, 349.)

July 27, 1967; Alexandria-Leesville, LA
2:00 a.m. EDT. Throughout several states, distress calls were heard on Citizen's Band radio from a pilot whose plane reportedly crashed. The pilot said that a red glowing object with a bright glow toward the tail approached the side of the aircraft and then the tail, forcing the aircraft down. The Civil Aeronautics Board reported a plane down and the pilot killed, but to the northeast of this area and at 8:00 pm on July 27. No apparent follow-up investigation report. (Shreveport Times, LA., 7/28/67, copy in NICAP files.)

July 28, 1967; Gilroy, CA.
Oval object approached fire lookout tower, hovered, illuminated ground (section IX).

July 28, 1967; Pacheco Pass (Gilroy), CA
9:30 p.m. PDT. A state forestry employee at a fire lookout tower saw an oval blue-white light coming toward him at low altitude, a dark band visible around the middle (see July 4, Corning, Calif.). A bright white light also was visible on the top (body lights). The object alternately hovered and moved around, circling the fire tower. At one point it emitted a blue-white light beam which illuminated the ground. As the object circled the tower, the citizen's band radio emitted a variable pitch whining noise (EM effects), interfering with any effort to communicate. Finally the object accelerated and sped away leaving a comet-like trail behind it. (NICAP report form; U.F.O, Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, October1967, p. 3; Gillmor, 1969, case 28.)

July 29, 1967; Arnold, CA
1:00 a.m. PDT. Two witnesses saw an orange light "like a ball of fire" that approached from the horizon. It stopped (hovered), changed color to white, ascended slowly, changed direction (maneuvered), and continued ascending. After the color change, it moved in a "pulsating fashion as though leaping through space." (NICAP report form.)

July 29, 1967; Olympia, WA
9:00 p.m. PDT. A woman saw an oval light, sometimes silver and sometimes red and blue, that descended suddenly, hovered moved laterally, then descended until lost behind the horizon. A light ray (light beam) was seen between the object and the horizon before it disappeared. (Civil Defense report form, 8/28/67, NICAP files.)

July 30, 1967; Kernville, CA (BBU)
Petyak. (McDonald list; FUFOR Index)

July 31, 1967; Privilny farm, Kavkazkiy, Russia
9:15 p.m. I. Kosov, his wife and farmer P.I. Marchenko saw a dark red disk flying from the southwest to the northeast. The witness had time to count to forty-two before the object disappeared. (Ref. 3)

July 31, 1967; Churchville, NY
10:15 p.m. EDT. A witness driving a truck saw a round object with extended sides and green light underneath (body lights), on or near the ground. The witness shone the truck headlights on the object and saw two midget-like men (humanoids) in shiny black uniforms board the object, which took off straight up. (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, N.Y., 8/3/67, copy in NICAP files; APRO Bulletin, July-Aug. 1967, p. 7.) (Hall, 1964-1967, pages 474-482, Vol. II, The UFO Evidence)

Late July or Early August, 1967; Wurzburg, West Germany
9:00 p.m. LT.  A glowing, round, pale yellow object that sometimes pulsated, moved slowly and precisely in a pattern over a military facility was seen by many witnesses. The object rose vertically and hovered at high altitude when an aircraft passed by (aircraft avoidance), then returned to the original flight pattern. Radar contact with an unidentified object was reported. (Campbell letter, 8/31/67, NICAP files.)

Aug., No date given, 1967; Venice, CA
Daytime, PDT.  A summer school class and teacher saw a disc-shaped object that was making a loud roaring noise. The object moved directly overhead, now making a sound like an "electronic police car siren." It moved in a corkscrew fashion over the school, hovered, making the roaring sound again. Witnesses went indoors as the noise was hurting their ears. (Amos letter, 9/26/68, NICAP files.)

Aug. 1, 1967; Chester, PA
9:00 p.m. EDT. The wife and daughter of a pastor saw three red, metallic-appearing, saucer-shaped objects with domes and portholes. Two were in the north, and a third approached from the north, brightened and changed color to white as it neared. It then flew at tree-top level and hovered at low altitude near the witnesses. Finally it climbed fast and disappeared. The object was estimated to be about the size of a two-engine plane. (WXUR News report, copy in NICAP files.)

" I am more convinced than ever that a positive program in extraterrestrial life or communications studies should not be tied to the UFO problem...I am convinced that we would really open the flood gates on UFO problems if the public thought that the Condon group was about to get involved in extensive research on extraterrestrial activities." - Brig. Gen. William Garland (NARA-PBB87-602)

Aug. 3, 1967; Caracus, Venezuela
11:30 p.m. LT. A 3-foot-tall being (humanoid) emerged from a hovering, luminous disc and took gravel samples. (APRO Bulletin, Sept.-Oct. 1967, p. 12.)

Aug. 3, 1967; Sawyer, ND
11:30 p.m. CDT. Two men saw a small white glowing object like a "light bulb" that flew from west to east, disappearing behind hills. The object reappeared at about 100 feet altitude, hovered over a wheat field and slowly landed. The light went out, then it reappeared and slowly rose to about 50 feet and sped off, reappearing briefly before disappearing for good after about an hour. (North Dakota NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP report form.) [Sawyer, North Dakota, approximately12 miles SE of Minot, North Dakota, is in the area of the Beta Flight Launch Facilities, Minot AFB, Minuteman ICBM Complex.] 
Aug. 4, 1967; La Guaira, Federal District, Venezuela
Morning. A lawyer who was fishing from a boat saw a gray-blue, double-saucer (Saturn-shaped) object with a rotating ring around the circumference and triangular windows. The ring was red and blue. At first he saw the surface of the sea violently disturbed (environmental effects), then the object emerged from underwater, hovered just above the surface with water dripping off of it, then slowly moved off and up, suddenly accelerating into the sky until lost from sight. (El Universal, Caracas, 8/20/67, 8/28/67 copies in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, March 1968, p. 5.)

Aug. 4, 1967; Stoke-On-Trent, Kidsgrove, Staffordshire, England
11:00 p.m. LT (7:00 p.m. EDT). Four witnesses saw a bright metallic-appearing disc with bright red dome moving from northeast to the south. Visible around the perimeter of the underside were 15-20 bright red rotating lights. The object changed direction to the west, stopped, hovered for a few seconds, then sped away to the west. No sound was heard.

Aug. 4, 1967; Syracuse, NY
9:20 p.m. EDT. Four people saw a bell-shaped object with a horizontal row of red lights around the top, a series of white lights near the middle, and white-green light coming from the bottom (body lights). A loud roar was heard at the beginning of the sighting. The object hovered, maneuvered, and eventually accelerated out of sight. (Lorczak letter, NICAP files.)

Aug. 4, 1967; Philpot, KY
Nr. midnight. A man saw an object the size and shape of a large can (cylinder). Following a "squealing sound" and a slight explosion, it went straight up with flame coming from the bottom (exhaust). The object leveled off about 50-100 feet off the ground and flew away to the southeast. A scorched area 20 feet in diameter was found in the bean field where the object was seen (physical traces), and a sample was sent to NICAP. Investigation found no evidence of a hoax. (Christol letter, NICAP files.)

Aug. 5, 1967; Eglin Air Force Base, FL
6:40 p.m. CDT.  A man saw three whitish oval objects approach Eglin at high speed in a V-formation. They stopped abruptly, hovered over the base at the radar station, then accelerated out over the Gulf of Mexico. The departure course appeared to follow the path of a radio navigation beam. (Hunkins letter, NICAP files.)

August 5, 1967; Perm, Russia
8:50 p.m. Y.G. Solovyev, his wife and his son observed a ring-shaped object flying across the sky. An airliner flying at an altitude of 1,200 feet would have fit inside this ring. It was observed for over ten minutes in the western part of the sky. (Ref. 3)

Aug. 6, 1967; San Bernadino, Venezuela
Approx. 2:00 a.m. LT. Two sleeping witnesses were awakened by a small being with a large head (humanoid) wearing a "rubber suit." The being jumped out a window toward an object outside that had blinding, multicolored lights. Investigators found scrape marks and footprints (physical traces) at the site. (El Universal, 8/8/67, and El Mundo, 8/9/67, copies in NICAP files.)

Aug. 6, 1967; Wyoming Flats, PA
3:30 p.m. EDT. Six witnesses saw a shiny metal-like, saucer-shaped object about 3  feet in diameter descend from above high tension lines with a buzzing sound. The object gave off a red glow as it descended, landed, then shot back up and away to the east. Investigators found a 5-foot diameter burned area, but it was possibly due to a farmer burning brush. (Unidentified clipping and Bufalino report, 8/9/67, NICAP files.)

Aug.6, 1967; Mexico City, Mexico
8:17 p.m. LT. Airport control tower personnel and others saw 10 yellow-orange-red objects moving in close formation going south to north. The objects changed formation (maneuvered) as they passed over the airport. (Ramos letter, 8/8/67, NICAP files.)

August 8, 1967; Kislovodsk, Russia
8:40 p.m. An object shaped like a sharply outlined asymmetrical crescent flew over the mountain astronomical station of the Academy of Sciences. The object was slightly smaller than the moon, about twenty minutes of arc, with a color described as reddish by some observers, yellow for others. It flew from west to east about twenty degrees above the horizon, moving from the Big Dipper to Cassiopeia in about thirty seconds, at a uniform speed. The witnesses were A.A. Sazonov, a specialist in the ionosphere; V.A. Tsion of the Leningrad Polytechnical Institute, and seven members of a biological expedition. (Ref. 3)

Aug. 9, 1967; Grey Friars, Stattordshire, England
2:30 AM. A disc-shaped object about the size of a rugby ball was sighted by a married couple in Grey Friars. It flashed blue lights all around its rim, and seemed to be spinning in time with sound coming from it. It caused their dog to begin barking. The witnesses reported that they were too frightened to sleep after their encounter. Later that evening another close encounter occurred in Weston-on-Trent, England. The witness reported a "dull penetrating sound," then sighting a red light that moved up, down, and "all over the place." This witness's dog also whimpered, barked, and scratched at the door in response to the UFO. The noise persisted throughout the night, even after the UFO had gone. (Source: Roger H. Stanway & Anthony Pace, UFOs Unidentified Undeniable, p. 6).

Aug. 9 (?), 1967; Belye Krinitsy, Russia
3:00 p.m. Mr. Lytkiny and his wife were on vacation resting by the shore of a lake, when they saw a fast-moving oval object. It was milky white, with some small black rods arranged randomly on its surface. It suddenly moved sharply to the right and up, then to the left and downward. It then resumed its continuous path toward the Carpathians. A few minutes later a second object appeared and went through similar evolutions. (Ref. 3)

Aug.10, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
9:40 p.m. EDT. A top official with a telephone company saw a huge object, estimated 75 feet long, that was hovering about 125 feet over a field. It was an elongated, diamond-shaped object with white lights at each end, a red light on one side, a blue-green light on the other side (body lights), and a girder-type structure in the middle. The object began pacing the witness' vehicle, then crossed the highway and continued pacing on the opposite side before departing. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1967, p. 3.)

August 11, 1967; Little Rock, AS 
Orange hovering object chased by Air Force jets. (NUFORC)

Aug. 11, 1967; Churchtown, PA
11:00 p.m. EDT. Two people saw a cigar-shaped object with a row of lights along its length that flashed in sequence (body lights). The object seemed to be as big as an aircraft and maneuvered erratically. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 9/7/67, NICAP files.)

Aug. 11, 1967; Enola, PA
Time not reported. Two men saw a glowing object, with a light beam, that moved slowly in a rectangular pattern at low altitude, then accelerated upward and out of sight. At one point the witnesses drove to within one-half block of the object. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 9/7/67, NICAP files.)

Aug. 12, 1967; Ogema, WI
2:30 a.m. CDT. A couple saw a glowing object with a light beam for 2-1/2 hours. Barking dogs (animal reaction) alerted the witnesses. The object was hovering and the beam of light was directed toward a farm building near the witnesses. They heard sounds like someone walking during the sighting and a generator-like sound near the end. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, 10/27/67, NICAP files.)

Aug. 12, 1967; Barrie, Ontario, Canada
9:15 a.m. EDT. A man saw two dark-colored, elongated objects that hovered, started moving, banked, and accelerated, out of sight leaving a red trail. An aircraft passed beneath the objects during the sighting. (NICAP report form.)

Aug.14, 1967; Walnut Creek, CA
10:30 p.m. PDT. Four people saw a boomerang-shaped object with a white light on the front and a green light on the rear (body lights). The object was dull gray and apparently solid. It glided slowly along a low-altitude, horizontal path. (NICAP report forms.)

Aug.16, 1967; El Dorado Hills, CA
9:30 p.m. PDT. Two witnesses saw two saucer-shaped objects with flashing red and white body lights. The objects hovered in separate parts of the sky, suddenly accelerated out of sight leaving a "trail of light" on departure. (Sacramento Bee, Calif., 8/18/67, NICAP files.)

Aug.18, 1967; Mechanicsburg, PA
10:20 p.m. EDT. A woman saw a horizontal row of blinking red and white lights. They appeared to hover, and then moved off and disappeared behind a mountain. A high-pitched hum was heard that diminished as the object moved away. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 9/7/67, NICAP files.)

Aug.19, 1967; Greensboro, NC
5:30 a.m. EDT. A man saw a sphere with triangular fin-like projections . The object moved erratically and appeared to "bounce," approaching the witness. At one point it made a U-turn in the space of its own diameter, before eventually moving off. (Witness letter, 8/23/67, NICAP files.) 

Aug.19, 1967; Chambersburg, PA
9:45 p.m. EDT. Two men saw a white light hovering over a field and maneuvered their car to illuminate the area. In their headlights they saw a small creature (humanoid) with unusual hands and dressed in shiny clothing. A variably pitched whine was heard on the car radio (EM effects) during the sighting. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 10/4/67, NICAP files)

Aug. 23, 1967; Hamilton County, IN
Landing report. Source and details unknown.

Aug. 23, 1967; Joyceville, Ontario, Canada
4:00 a.m. EDT. A man drove down a side road to investigate a green light he saw in a field. His headlights illuminated a large, metallic-appearing disc on or near the ground. It was shaped like an inverted bowl and had three legs. The witness saw three beings about 3-4 feet tall and wearing helmets (humanoids). They appeared to be gathering specimens. When the beings noticed the witness, they "flew" (floated) into the object and it took off silently at high speed. Burn marks and impressions (physical traces) were found at the site. Reportedly, the police at nearby Perth had a similar sighting. (Hall, 2001, p. 480; MUFON UFO Journal, August 1987, p. 19.)

Aug. 23, 1967; Porthill, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England
11:00 p.m. LT (7:00 p.m. EDT). A bright yellow-white elongated oval object was observed hovering in the northeast sky, sharply outlined and solid appearing. The yellowish glow pulsated or flickered in brightness. A light beam extended upward from its center. The object bobbed up and down like a yo-yo, passing in front of a cloud at one point and remaining visible for 30 minutes. Means of disappearance not reported. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 6.)

Aug. 23, 1967; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
9:45 p.m. EDT (8:45 p.m. EDT). A commercial pilot saw a series of white lights that flashed on and off at 1-2 second intervals. Ground radar showed a target at the approximate location of the lights, and said that the object was in the sky and lower than 50,000 feet. The pilot lost sight of the lights after about a minute, but Halifax radar tracked the objects as they moved from 36 to 16 miles from the aircraft and the blips were still on radar after the aircraft continued on its way. The object also was reported by a separate ground witness. (Letter from witness, 8/31/67, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 2, Oct. 1967, p. 1; Weinstein, 1999, p. 36, from Flammonde, 1976.)

Aug. 24, 1967; Wodonga, Victoria, Australia
Two humanoid beings in silvery suits, round helmets, emerged from disc with dome (sections IX, XII).

Aug. 24, 1967; Cape Perry, Northwest Territories, Canada
Time not reported. (Beauford Sea) - Officials at Cape Perry Distant Early Warning radar site saw a large, translucent spherical object moving so slowly it was in the vicinity for 10 hours. It did not register on radar. The object was also reported by witnesses in a light aircraft. (Bondarchuk, 1979, p. 160.) [All features strongly suggest a large plastic research balloon. Local authorities often have no information about them, since these balloons drift for hundreds of miles.]

Aug. 24, 1967; Wodonga, Victoria, Australia
5:00 p.m. LT. A man riding a motorcycle was surrounded by bright blue-white light that illuminated the road. As he stopped, a bright lens-like (double convex) disc estimated to be 25-30 feet in diameter, with a dome on top descended within a few feet of the ground about 100 feet away. Two humanoids about 5 to 5.5 feet tall with round helmets and silver suits emerged. One stepped nearer the witness, who fled. The object, surrounded by a pinkish glow, followed the motorcycle flying about 100 feet off the ground. A humming sound was audible above the motorcycle's engine. The witness stopped again and the object stopped and hovered, the hum subsiding. After 30 seconds the color around the object changed from pink to brilliant red, and the object tilted up at a 45-degree angle, then shot away (color/motion correlation). (Hall, 2001, p. 480; APRO Bulletin, Sept.-Oct. 1967, p. 13; MUFON UFO Journal, Aug. 1987, pp. 10-20; Frola, 1990, p. 90.)

Aug. 24, 1967; Pultneyville, NY
9:25 p.m. EDT. A woman saw three bright white ovals or elongated objects, each the size of the moon, that moved over Lake Ontario in a V-formation. The objects suddenly ascended and accelerated out of sight. A "beeping" sound was heard during the sighting. (Hall letter, 8/28/67, NICAP files.)

Aug. 25, 1967; Paragould, AR
Early the following morning, witnesses in Paragould, Ark., saw three oval objects, two red and one white, that hovered, then moved in straight-line formation "in circular manner." Other witnesses reportedly heard a buzzing or humming sound. (Arkansas Democrat, 8/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Aug. 25, 1967; Catia La Mar, Venezuela
5:00 p.m. LT. A man on the beach saw precipitous movement of water out of which three huge plate-shaped discs emerged and streaked out of sight. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 5, March 1968, p. 5.) [Compare to August 4, Caracas, Venezuela, case.]

Aug. 25, 1967; Roswell, NM
5:25 a.m. MDT. A man with training in aircraft identification and his wife saw a bright white light and a blue glow with three vertical bands of lights (body lights) between them. The outside vertical lights, were red, and the middle one was white. The lights appeared to be on a cigar-shaped object with the white light at one end and the blue glow at the other. Estimated size was 100 feet in length. A whirring sound was heard during the sighting. The object approached at an estimated altitude of 500 feet, disappeared into a cloud bank and reappeared at closer range, hovered, and at one point approached the witnesses. (NICAP report form.)

Aug. 26, 1967; Eagle Lake, Allagash Waterway, ME
Campers saw glowing oval that beamed light down, engulfed canoe. Memory loss and abduction. (See section XIII bibliography, Fowler, 1990a.)

Aug. 27, 1967; Texas Creek, CO
Cat. 3. Oval on ground beside road; one driver walked toward it, flash of light knocked him out. (APRO Bulletin, Mar-Apr. 1969 [E,L]) 3 cars.

Aug. 28, 1967; Rivers, Manitoba, Canada
Time not reported. A couple reported that an object hovered over their car, followed them, then hovered to the rear of the car. The car was illuminated by light beams and was reported to heat up. A military investigation found no physical effects on the car or witnesses. (Brandon Sun, Manitoba, 10/4/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Aug. 29, 1967; Crewe, Cheshire, England
8:30 a.m. LT (4:30 a.m. EDT). Two witnesses saw an oval object with tall transparent dome approach from the west, slow and hover at an estimated 100-200 feet above them for about 30 seconds. Details of structure were observed on the underside. The object then moved ahead, "climbed at a fantastic speed" and disappeared. No sound was heard. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 8.)

Aug. 29, 1967; North York, PA
Twilight. Five people, two of them adults, saw a round object with a dome. Soft red light was seen in the dome, and a string of white lights was visible around the bottom of the object (body lights). The bottom seemed to revolve around the dome. The object hovered over a field, tilted from side to side, and suddenly accelerated and ascended at high speed. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 9/19/67, NICAP files.)

Aug. 29,  1967; Toledo, OH
Evening, EDT. A pilot was requested by Toledo airport control tower to check out an unidentified light. He saw a large, bright orange light at 6,000 feet and estimated its diameter as 50-60 feet. The pilot chased the light but it eluded him over Lake Erie. (Phone call to NICAP from Walter Stroud, Toledo, 8/30/67, NICAP files.) ,

Aug. 29, 1967; Oka, Quebec, Canada
11:10 p.m. EDT. A man saw a round object with pulsating, multicolored lights around the circumference and a white light on top (body lights). The object moved slowly at tree-top level, retraced its path, hovered, and suddenly ascended. A light beam resembling a searchlight was emitted from the bottom of the object. A cylinder emerged from the top of the object and seemed to deploy a transparent sheath around itself and the object. A sound "like waves" was heard. The witness had physiological effects (not specified) afterwards. (Montreal Le Petit Journal, 10/1/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Aug. 30, 1967; Dneprodzerzhinsk, Russia
8:50 p.m. A round, bright, uniformly illuminated light yellow disk was seen describing a wide arc in the sky. It disappeared to the north-northeast. Mr. V.M. Chernov saw it through binoculars for a while as it went behind some clouds and reappeared, fainter and looking like a greenish star. There was no sound. (Ref. 3)

Aug. 30, 1967; Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England
10:00-10:30 p.m. LT (6:00-6:30 p.m. EDT). Multiple independent witnesses had a complex series of UFO sightings. One witness gave a detailed description of an object first seen with unaided eye, then through a telescope. It moved vertically and horizontally, changing colors from white to red, orange, and green. Through the telescope it was seen as a disc with dome, a row of "ports" around its base, apparently rotating slowly. The object glowed a bright orange, but changed to brilliant white or silvery while hovering (color change/motion correlation). At one point the object emitted a light beam to the ground. Other sightings in the area featured "bright" or "brilliant," often red-orange objects that alternately hovered and moved around. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, pp. 29-34.)

Aug. 31, 1967; Cussac, France
Time not reported. Two small humanoids in black garb were seen. They entered a disc-shaped craft and took off. Cows were agitated (animal reactions) during the sighting. (APRO Bulletin, Sept.-Oct. 1967, p. 8)

Aug. 31, 1967; Bentilee, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England
9:30 p.m. LT (5:30 p.m. EDT). Two young women reported watching a large, silvery-white object shaped like an inverted soup bowl (dome-shaped) that approached and hovered over a high school for about 5 minutes. The object had body  lights of various colors and evenly-spaced  circles of  light  like portholes around the lower part. A loud "whooshing" wind-like sound was heard. At each side and above the altitude of the object were shiny flat discs that appeared to be revolving. As the larger object moved away with a rocking motion, its body lights went off, leaving a bright orange and a fainter white light. Dull moonlight and rainy conditions. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, pp. 10, 34-35.)

Aug. 31, 1967; Lewisberry, PA
8:35 p.m. EDT. A woman, her sister, and her children saw a dark gray, disc-shaped object with a row of white lights on the bottom (body lights). It moved toward them at low altitude, hovered over the yard, and slowly moved off until no longer visible. The object appeared to be spinning, and a red light was seen as it departed. Harrisburg airport control tower had reported an odd cloud the same day. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 10/4/67, NICAP files.)

August-November 1967
UK. Hundreds of sightings in wave that peaked in October. House of Commons took interest in November.

Sept., 1967 (Date unknown); White Pine, MI
Cat. 4. Dog unaffected by hovering disc.

Sept., No date, 1967; Drumheller, Alberta, Canada
Time not reported. A couple saw an object like two saucers rim to rim (disc) that swooped down toward their car so that the witnesses expected a collision. Then it moved up into the sky and flew away. (Calgary Albertan, 10/18/67, NICAP files.)

Sept., No date, 1967; Taber, Alberta, Canada
Evening. A truck driver saw a green oval object with double decks (like two flattened bells, one above the other) hovering near the ground. It appeared as big as a truck and almost close enough to touch. Beeps were heard over the truck radio during the sighting and the engine died (EM effects). (Calgary Herald, 9/5/67, copies in NICAP files.)

Sept., No date, 1967; DeSoto, MO
12:30 a.m. CDT. Two couples saw five round objects with flashing, multi-colored lights. The objects circled and maneuvered rapidly in the sky. Barking dogs (animal reactions) first attracted the witnesses' attention to the objects. (DeSoto Press Times, 9/25/67, NICAP files.)

"What Project Blue Book Will Tell Us About UFOs", by Lloyd Mallan, Mechanics Illustrated. Original article in pdf file. Text version also available for keyword search at html version.

Sept. 2, 1967; Bentilee, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England
9:15 p.m. LT (5:15 p.m. EDT). Several witnesses watched an orange disc with bright red glowing dome as it flew low overhead and apparently landed in a field about 400 yards away. No sound was heard, but one witness felt "wind" as it passed overhead. A fiery glow was seen in the field at the apparent landing site. Police were called, but the light disappeared. Later police and others saw a luminous object rise from the field, hover, then disappear "in a fraction of a second." A complex case with many facets. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, pp. 11,13, 40-43; witness interview transcripts 46i-46xii.)

Sept. 3, 1967; Rockport, MA
1:00 a.m. EDT. Many witnesses saw two yellow-orange lights that were stationary  in  the sky and blinking off and on randomly. Police radar reportedly suffered interference (EM effects) at the time of the sighting. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report, 9/12/67, NICAP files.)

Sept. 3, 1967; Edina, MN
5:07 p.m. CDT. A man saw a silver sphere that approached an incoming aircraft on an apparent collision course. The object passed above the aircraft at close range and disappeared in the distance. It appeared to be about one-fourth the size of the plane and traveling twice as fast. (NICAP report form.)

September 4, 1967; Yevpatoriya, Russia
9:17 p.m. N.N. Pronin, senior editor with the "Mysl" publishing house in Moscow, accompanied by his wife, saw a white, crescent-shaped object fly over from the northeast to the southwest along a straight line at an altitude of about 2,500 feet. The object moved with the convex part facing forward. The weather was clear. (Ref. 3)
Sept. 5, 1967; Port Townsend, WA
2:00 a.m. PDT. Four witnesses saw a white, dome-shaped object come from behind a hill and appear to land on a golf course. A burned ring (physical traces) was found on the golf course next day. (Port Townsend Leader, 9/7/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Sept. 5, 1967; Nantwich, Cheshire, England
8:55 p.m. LT (4:55 p.m. EDT). Two witnesses saw a brilliant white oval, its light flickering, hovering in the northeast sky. After about 2 minutes, the object began moving, accelerated rapidly and disappeared in the west. No sound was heard. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 14.)

Sept. 5, 1967; Waterford, CT
9:40 p.m. EDT. A man saw a dark, metallic-appearing, cigar-shaped object with a red glow at one end and a white light at the other (body lights). As the object crossed the sky, a bright white light flashed three times amid the red glow. (NICAP report form.)

Sept. 6, 1967; Meier, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England
9:50 p.m. LT. Several witnesses saw a vertically oriented "sausage-shaped cloud" in the eastern sky, behind which a light flashed for about 20 seconds at irregular intervals. A bright, glowing orange oval then emerged from the "cloud" and headed southeast at "fantastic speed." A light again flashed in the cloud for about 10 seconds, then stopped. Scattered clouds, dull moonlight. Mode of disappearance of the "cloud", not reported. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, pp. 14-15.)

Sept. 8, 1967; Newton, NH
10:30 p.m. EDT. Four people saw a Saturn-shaped object with two white lights on its leading edge. Pinkish lights were visible along its rim, and a red light on top (body lights). The object crossed the sky, returned, and crossed again, and apparently responded to lights flashed by witnesses (light reaction). These same witnesses had a similar sighting on July 27. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files; Fowler, 1974, p. 349.)

Sept. 10, 1967; Barcelona, Spain
5:35 p.m. GMT (1:35 p.m. EDT). Just before sunset, an airliner crew flying northbound at 16,000 feet watched a metallic, maneuvering cone, with point upward and with mist around its lower portion. The object turned, changed course, descended and approached the airliner, passing under its starboard wing at an estimated 600-700 knots and disappearing to the south after 2-3 minutes. (Hall, 2001, p. 130 from: Volunteer Flight Officer Network, report via United Airlines; McDonald, 1968b, Case #6, reprinted in Vaughan, 1995, pp. 127-28; MUFON UFO Journal, Sept. 1987, p. 19; London Daily Express, 9/11/67 and 9/14/67; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1967 p. I.)

Sept. 10, 1967; Shepherdstown, PA
10:35 p.m. EDT. Two men in separate cars stopped and discussed their sighting of a bullet-shaped object with a flashing red light on each end (body lights) and a white glow on the bottom, that moved slowly across the sky at low altitude. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, 10/4/67, NICAP files.)

Sept.11, 1967; Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada
3:30 p.m. EDT. Six or more employees of a nuclear power plant saw a saucer-shaped object passing over the plant going east. The object hovered about 1.5 miles out over the lake and dropped something into the water. Reportedly the object returned two nights later and for the next five nights, the assumption being made that it was trying to retrieve the dropped object. (Bondarchuk, 1979, pp. 122-24.)

Sept. 11, 1967; Silver Spring, MD
9:30 p.m. EDT.  A couple and their five children saw a flash of bright orange light, then resolved into a bright light seemingly mounted on an object about the size of an automobile. The object appeared to make a search of a park area, moving back and forth and in figure 8's, at about 200-300 feet altitude. The sighting lasted about 2 hours, until witnesses went inside. At one point, the witnesses said, they signaled with a flashlight and the light immediately moved toward them (light reaction). (Letter and visit to NICAP Office 11/8/68, NICAP files.)  [Except for the reported light reaction, which easily could have been illusory, the report fits to a "T" with the motion pattern of a NASA instrument calibration aircraft with which NICAP was familiar, and it caused several other false UFO reports. NICAP had access to its schedule. It is important to note that, except for some inaccurate size and distance estimates-a very common error-the witness reports of the phenomenon that they observed were sufficiently accurate to allow a definite explanation.]

Sept. 11-12, 1967; Kincheloe AFB, MI (BBU)
10:42 p.m.-12:01 a.m. A senior radar operator with 7 years experience tracked 17 unknowns in an 80-minute period. The unknown targets gave stronger, harder returns than a B-52 flying in the area. Most of the targets were tracked one at a time, hovering, slowing, speeding up, changing direction. In one of two instances when two were tracked at a time, two targets joined up and both went east at 2,000 mph. These passed overhead, but witnesses saw nothing. A B-52 pilot was alerted to a potential collision course with a target, but the pilot saw nothing. (McDonald, 1970.)

Sept. 12, 1967; Arlington, VA
12:35 p.m. EDT. A witness in the vicinity of Washington National Airport saw a silver disc with a dome (sombrero shape) hovering, then it banked and moved out of sight behind trees. (Phone call from witness, 9/12/67, NICAP files.)

Sept. 13, 1967; east Bridgewater, MA
10:53 p.m. EDT. A man saw a row of orange-yellow lights (body lights) with a vague form behind them. The object hovered, changed to one light, then returned to its original appearance. The lights were seen three separate times as the witness changed position and tried to get other witnesses. (Letter from witness, 9/15/67, NICAP files.)

Sept. 13, 1967; Southbridge, MA
Evening, time not specified. Multiple witnesses, including a pilot, saw a cigar-shaped object with a row of white lights (body lights) on the side. The object hovered and maneuvered around, and once appeared to approach an airport as if to land. (Southbridge Evening News, 9/14/67 and 9/15/67, copies in NICAP files.)

Sept.14, 1967; Kanagulk, Victoria, Australia
Night. A man saw an object shaped like an inverted bowl (dome-shaped) flashing red and white for 10 minutes. The object hovered, moved to another position, and hovered again. The man's car radio would not work (EM effect) during the sighting. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)

Sept. 14, 1967; Washington, DC
2:20 a.m. EDT. A woman saw a bright, orange-yellow sphere that hovered and then sped away. The object was many times brighter than the moon and was seen for 10 minutes. (NICAP report form.)

Sept. 14, 1967; Rockville, MD
Unspecified time. A boy saw a bright sphere hovering near the moon. The sphere divided into three parts, two of which accelerated out of sight, and the third lingered, then sped away in a different direction from the first two. (Phone call from witness's father, 9/15/67, NICAP files.)

Sept. 14, 1967; Western part of State, VA
4:00 p.m. EDT. A man onboard a plane enroute from Atlanta to Pittsburgh saw a flat object that appeared orange at long range and white when closer. The object moved past the plane in the same direction of travel, but at much greater speed. (Report from Colorado NICAP Subcommittee, 9/26/67, NICAP files.)  

Sept. 14, 1967; Barstow, CA
7:50 p.m. PDT (10:50 p.m. EDT). A man saw n a green light in the sky that sometimes appeared white. It circled, zigzagged, moved up and down (maneuvered), and appeared to circle an aircraft. (NICAP report form and letter, NICAP files.)

Sept. 15, 1967; Winsted, CT
7:50 p.m. EDT. Two witnesses saw a red-orange, clam-shell-shaped (disc), fuzzy object move across the sky. The object stopped and hovered, then moved away. (NICAP report form.)

Sept. 15, 1967; Winsted, CT
8:50 p.m. EDT. Separate witnesses in Winsted reported seeing a large glowing, pulsating object hovering nearby and several small beings with large heads (humanoids) moving around it. The object's  light dimmed when cars approached. (Report in NICAP files; Gillmor, 1969, p. 347.)

Sept. 17, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais State, Brazil
Time not given. Two witnesses reported that a saucer with portholes landed on a soccer field. (Beings seen in association with the object were over 6 feet tall, hefty, used breathing apparatus, and had bulging eyes.  Physical traces were left by the object. (Baltimore Morning Sun, Maryland, 9/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Sept.18, 1967; Cannock, Staffordshire, England
9:00 p.m. LT (5:00 p.m. EDT). A family had several sightings of red lights like glowing coals beginning about 8:30 pm. At 9:00 pm, two red lights glided in front of a full moon, disappearing behind nearby rooftops. When silhouetted against the moon, the lights were seen to be attached to a larger object. The body lights were positioned near the bottom center. The object was grey and shaped like a "saucer upturned on top of a disc" (lenticular disc). In a direct comparison, the diameter of the object was 3-4 times that of the moon (1.5-2.0 degrees of arc). (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 15.)

Sept. 18, 1967; Sault Ste. Marie, MI
6:00 p.m. CDT (7:00 p.m. EDT). A woman saw a flat, round (disc-shaped), dark-colored object with a band of light around its circumference. The object landed in a field, ascended, then moved out of sight. No traces of the landing were found in the field. (Evening News, Sault. Ste. Marie, 9/20/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Sept.19, 1967; Belgogradskaya, Russia
7:40 p.m. A witness named A. Serdyukov, who was traveling with a group of communications technicians, observed a luminous half-moon rising high in the sky directly in front of them. It descended rapidly, leaving a cone-shaped tail. The men stopped their vehicles to watch it. After about forty seconds the half moon appeared to swing in the sky, becoming smaller in size, as its color turned to red. It assumed a drop-like shape and stopped, hanging in the sky for a minute, after which it seemed to dissolve. (Ref. 3)

Sept. 20, 1967; Bucknall, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England
8: 30 p.m. LT. At twilight, with a clear sky and bright moon, seven witnesses watched a large, bright silvery oval move slowly overhead, stop, and hover. Two (possibly three) smaller bright round silvery objects emerged and sped off in different directions. One dropped vertically and one moved back in the general direction the parent object had come from. The parent object then moved away slowly and disappeared in the distance in the direction of Leek, Staffordshire (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 16.)

Sept. 20, 1967; Leek, Staffordshire, England
Around 8:30 p.m. Three witnesses saw a very bright round, slightly oval object "bright as a car headlight" hover overhead in the clear sky for about 30 seconds. The object then began moving away slowly toward the east, suddenly accelerated, stopped abruptly and hovered again for about 15 seconds. Finally it accelerated and shot away to the east at "fantastic speed" and disappeared into distant clouds. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 16.)

Sept. 21, 1967; Barcelona, Spain
12:30 a.m. Small beings (humanoids) with large heads and white garb were seen moving toward a brilliant round object on the ground. Their car was lifted (mass displacement) and witnesses were in shock. (Ballester Olmos, 1976, p. 12.)

Sept. 23, 1967; Amherst, MA
1:37 p.m. EST. A geology professor saw an elongated, silver object and then a second similar object about 5 degrees from the first. The objects flew straight, parallel paths at steady speed, no sound, no wings, and no change in brightness over 40 seconds. They disappeared into low cumulus cloud and never emerged. (Hall, 2001, p. 161; letter to Raymond E. Fowler, Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee Chairman, copy in NICAP files; Fowler, 1974, p. 349.)

Sept. 23, 1967; Mount Holly Springs, PA
9:35 p.m. EDT. A policeman saw two lights, one was stationary. The second light moved toward the first, and the two merged. The resultant single light hovered, then divided, with one light moving away and the other remaining motionless. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.)

Sept. 24, 1967; Minot, ND
10:30 p.m. CDT. A podiatrist and his wife saw two disc-shaped objects with domes on top. They first appeared as a string of lights flying at high altitude. The string of lights split up and dove below 10,000 feet. Then the two discs separated, one moving away to the north-northeast and the other to the southeast. (North Dakota NICAP Subcommittee report, received 11 /7/68, NICAP files.) [Minot AFB Minuteman ICBM Complex]
Sept. 25, 1967; Tavigny, Buret, France
Daytime. Two hemispherical objects with flat bottoms were seen by a woman to emerge from some mist. The objects were about 65 feet in diameter, and had a 5-foot-thick rim around the bottom, and a chrome-like surface. At one point, a small red ball of light came out of each object. One of the objects flew around a house and the other seemed about to land, then both rose and flew off. (Haines, 1994, p. 84, from UNICAT #629.)

Sept. 25, 1967; Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Night. Five policemen saw a white light that moved at low altitude over the highway ahead of a pursuing police car. The object suddenly stopped, then veered and accelerated away. (Toronto Telesram, 9/25/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Sept. 28, 1967; San Mateo, CA
3:24 p.m. PDT. Two witnesses saw six silver discs that moved rapidly across the sky, entered clouds, emerged with a 7th disc, then moved off until lost in clouds. (Letter from witness, NICAP files.)

Sept. 29, 1967; Bt. Zaporoje and Volgograd, USSR
Time not reported. An airliner encountered an unidentified object flying above the plane. The aircraft's engines stopped (EM effects) and then started again when the object disappeared. (Weinstein, 1999, pp. 36, 50.)

Sept. 30, 1967; Lakewood, CO
9:45 p.m. MST. A couple and their children saw a hat-shaped object (disc with dome), an "antenna" extending from the top that moved steadily in level flight across the sky, hovered, and dropped three fireballs. (Colorado UFO Project report form, NICAP files.)

Early Oct. 1967; Sukhumi, Russia
Noon. Engineer V.N. Chechyanov and his coworkers saw a strange object in the clear blue sky for half an hour. It hovered for a while, then moved along the shore, rose and disappeared. A man who watched it through binoculars reported that the object was shaped like a triangle, with no fuselage and no tail, and was the color of aluminum. (Ref. 3)

Oct., No date, 1967; Glencoe, Ontario, Canada
Night. Three adults and their children saw a cluster of unidentified red and white lights that seemed to be spinning as they apparently paced the witnesses' car. The lights then hovered over the farm when the car stopped, and then moved away. (London Free Press, Ontario, 10/12/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Oct. 2, 1967; Rockford, IL
Time not reported. A policeman, an FAA specialist, and another man saw an unidentified silver-white, egg-shaped object. (Omaha World Herald, Nebraska, 10/3/67, NICAP files.)

Oct. 2, 1967; Melville, NY
7:30 p.m. EDT. An aircraft company engineer and his children saw a white disc with rectangular windows, and a white light on top (body lights). A white light beam from the bottom illuminated the ground. The window lights blinked in sequence. The object hovered at low altitude, then moved slowly off. The witness tried to follow in his car. When he blinked his headlights, the lights on the object blinked out in sequence (light reaction). (Hall, 2001, p. 161.)

Oct. 2, 1967; Ipswich, MA
8:30 p.m. EDT. Four witnesses who were together plus two other single, independent witnesses saw red, greenish blue, and white lights (body lights) apparently on an oval object that gave off a yellowish glow. At times the object glowed red all over. It hovered, spun, and moved up and down slightly. Dogs were barking (animal reaction) during the sighting. (Massachusetts NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files; Fowler, 1974, p. 350.)

Oct. 4, 1967; Nova Scotia, Canada - Shag Harbor Crash/ Retrieval Incident
Evening, ADT. From early evening until 11:30 pm, numerous independent witnesses observed unexplained aerial activity. Near Sambro at 9:00 pm,  the captain and crew of a fishing boat saw four brilliant red lights in a box formation that appeared to be on or just above the water. Occasionally one would flare up so bright that it would cause an afterimage in their eves. The objects also were tracked on ship's radar. Between 11:00 and 11:30 pm, northwest of Briar Island, the captain and crew of a fishing vessel saw a brilliant white light the size of the moon. As they watched, three brilliant yellow lights emerged and formed a triangle around the larger light. The satellite objects then moved across the sky and back at high speed. Observations also were made by other vessels. Lower (southwest) portion of Nova Scotia, opposite Maine. Sambro is about 12 miles southwest of Halifax. During this same time interval 5 miles southwest of Weymouth, in the general direction of Briar Island, a policeman and three game wardens saw an orange-colored light just above the tree line moving silently and slowly with spark-like objects emanating from the light. At about 11:20 pm just west of Shag Harbor, teenagers in a car saw an object flying low, flashing four lights, one after the other, in a straight line. It appeared to be slowly descending at a 45 degree angle. When next seen, the object had impacted the water's surface 200-300 yards offshore. It drifted on the surface showing a pale yellow light. Boats were sent out to rescue passengers from a presumed downed airliner, but searchers found only a dense yellow foam. (Ledger and Styles, 2001, pp. 14-17, 21-44.)

Oct. 5, 1967; Johnson City, TN
10:15 p.m. EDT (11:15 p.m. ADT). Multiple witnesses reported an object with blinking multicolored lights, three portholes, and a prism-like component on the bottom that emitted light rays. The object hovered, moved slowly, sometimes rising and falling, and ascended. (Johnson City newspapers of 10/5/67 and 10/17/67, copies in NICAP files.)  

Oct. 6, 1967; Vandenberg AFB, CA
7:00 PM. Vandenberg AFB radar detected a very large stationary object some miles over the Pacific off the Northern California coast. Later, radar detected numerous small, but strong, targets traveling eastward in irregular flight. The location and time of Case #35 was listed in the Condon Report as "South Pacific, Fall 1967." Dr. James McDonald looked into the case but I couldn't find any record of his actual findings and comment. 

Oct. 10, 1967; Bow River Forest, Alberta, Canada
Time not reported. A forest fire lookout saw an oval object with a rim around the circumference and a green light on top. The light rotated, and when the object moved it turned white (color/motion correlation). The object hovered, then moved off and disappeared emitting four blue flames as it departed. (London Evening Free Press, Ontario, 10/16/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Oct. 10, 1967; Leek, Staffordshire, England
7:00 p.m. LT (3:00 p.m. EDT). Three witnesses using 7 x 50 binoculars saw a yellowish oval with a small dome on top, a yellow light rotating around the dome. The object also had one red and two green body lights that pulsated off and on. As the lights pulsated, the color of the object changed from yellow to white. At 7:30 p.m. a similar object shot across the sky, stopped and joined the first object (rendezvous). Both objects were gradually obscured by clouds. (Stanway and Pace, p. 16.)
Oct. 11, 1967; Aldersyde, Alta, Canada
7:50 p.m. MDT. A woman reported that a dark oval object with a dome on one side circled above her car. The car's electrical system went dead during the sighting (EM effects) and restarted after the object departed. The witness felt cold (physiological effects) during the sighting. (Unidentified clippings from Calgary newspapers, copies in NICAP files; Rodeghier, 1981, p.37)

Oct. 11, 1967; Unitah Basin, UT
8:30-9:00 p.m. MDT. Many people, singly and in groups, independently reported seeing a brilliant reddish-orange object moving south to north. It was described as a large, flat-bottomed dome (hemisphere) with pulsating red, green and yellow lights (body lights). A man driving a truck into the mountains reported that a luminous orange object approached and hovered over a truck, changing to green and blue. Its light illuminated the ground as bright as day. The object followed the truck then departed at high speed. (Salisbury, 1974, p. 55-61.)

Oct.12, 1967; Roanoke, VA
6:37 p.m. EDT. A man saw a bright, blue-white sphere hovering over a mountain. The object moved laterally when an aircraft approached it (aircraft avoidance), then accelerated and sped away. Witness had seen similar objects before. (NICAP report form.)    .

Oct. 12, 1967; Dubuque, IA
6:30 p.m. CDT. Seven children saw a silver, egg-shaped object with legs that appeared to be preparing to land in the yard where the children were. The object moved off when the children approached. It was estimated to be the size of a picture window. Reportedly a similar object was seen several hours later over a nearby town. (Stars 6t Stripes, 10/15/67, NICAP files.)

Oct.13, 1967; Bt. Elnora and Mirror, Alberta, Canada
1:50 a.m. A locomotive engineer reported that his freight train was paced by an unidentified object for 30 miles. The object once came within 100 yards. was seen to be flat on the bottom with a dark dome-like structure on top (domed disc). It was estimated to be 40-50 feet wide and 15-18 feet tall. The underside was circled by brightly colored, blinking lights of red, yellow, orange, and blue-green (body lights) that seemed to be recessed into the object (not protruding). The bottom center had a large white light about 10 feet in diameter. A vapor-like light trailed the object. The engineer called the attention of other railroad employees to the object. Possible EM effect noted on radio. (Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, pp. 10-11.)

Oct.14, 1967; Ouray, UT
7:45 p.m. MDT. Two men in a car saw a sharp-edged, bright orange object shaped like a "haystack on fire" (hemisphere), flat on the bottom, that rose from on or near the ground emitting blinding light as their car approached. It moved at "terrific speed" and circled across the face of the nearly full moon, blotting out a fraction of the moon for a second. No sound was detected. The object ascended vertically and disappeared. (Salisbury, 1974, pp. 53-55.)

Oct.17, 1967; Holmeschapel, Cheshire, England
6:00 p.m. LT (2:00 p.m. EDT). A truck driver on the M6 Motorway watched a dark circular craft moving parallel to his path for 5-1/2 miles as he drove at 35-40 m.p.h. He stopped and got out to better observe the object, which was disc-shaped with a rim around the center and had illuminated portholes. He heard a whirring sound and rush of air and saw what appeared to be exhaust flames issuing from the rear portion of the rim. Finally the object turned and, with a "sliding" motion, moved across the Motorway, accelerated, and departed at "incredible speed" back in the direction it had come from. (Stanway and Pace, 1968, pp. 17, 44-46.)

Oct. 17, 1967; Somerset County, NJ
9:20 p.m. EDT. A policeman and another man saw red and green lights in a square pattern that glided, hovered, ascended, then divided into two groups which moved off. A popping sound, like fireworks, was heard during the sighting. The object or group of lights once approached when a spotlight was shone at it (light reaction). (Plainfield Courier-News, N.J., 10/18/67, NICAP files.)

Oct.17, 1967; Roosevelt, UT
10:00 p.m. MDT. A couple saw a large orange, ball of light that hovered over a corral. It was joined by a second orange ball (rendezvous), and they flew away together to the east. (Salisbury, 1974, Appendix B, Table 1, case 54.)

Oct.17, 1967; Berkeley, CA
10:04 p.m. PDT (11:04 p.m. MDT). A woman saw an egg-shaped object which swooped down, skimmed over rooftops, stopped, retreated, then fell to the ground. Initially it appeared like a balloon with orange fire at one end and seemed to rotate and wobble. When stopped, it became a ball of fire that expanded as if about to explode. When it retreated it diminished to a bright light, then to a flowing ash before falling. (Letter from witness, 10/23/67, NICAP files.) [Very probably a flare or candle-carrying hoax balloon, often made from a laundry bag, which were common at the time.]

Oct. 18, 1967; Pyatigorsk, Russia
6:00 p.m. Astronomer Z. Kadikov, from Kazan Engelgardt observatory, saw a bright object in the northwest. It was a crescent with sharp edges and pointed horns, yellow in color with a pale bluish tail, moving at about 1.5 degrees per second. It became smaller as it flew and was eventually reduced to a point. Finding other witnesses, Kadikov was able to triangulate the phenomenon. He estimated it may have been about fifty miles above the earth and some 1,800 feet between the "horns," flying at about three miles per second. (Ref. 3)

Oct. 18, 1967; Lake Charles, LA (BBU)
9 p.m. John Herbert [and Sonnier?] saw a bright, fiery ball flash 4 times while moving E, just above tree tops. (Berliner; FUFOR Index)

Oct.19, 1967; Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
9:45 p.m. MDT. Five teenagers saw a disc with two white lights at one end and a red light at the other (body lights). The object appeared to be spinning. It swooped down from high altitude, leveled off, and moved away at high speed. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)

Oct. 20, 1967; Milledgeville, GA
4:36 a.m. EDT. Two police officers reported that a bright red ellipse followed and illuminated the interior of their patrol car. Later police sightings that morning very possibly or probably were astronomical. (Hitt, 1999.)  

Oct. 21, 1967; Blytheville AFB, Arkansas (BBU)
6:16 a.m. 2 control tower operators and an observer at the S end of the runway saw 2 dark oblong table-latter shaped objects with 7 ft long exhaust at about 1,200-1,500 ft height fly E to W, tracked by RAPCON radar at a distance of 2 miles, make a turn to the SW when they disappeared. (Hynek UFO Exp ch. 6, case DD-3)

Oct. 22, 1967; Newnan, GA
4:30 a.m. EDT. Two police officers saw a ball of white light flying at treetop level. They stopped to get a fix on it, then tried to approach it, but it apparently outdistanced them so they turned back. The object then reversed course and began following them. Some sightings during this period appear to have been of astronomical objects, but in this case the object gained on them, caught up, began climbing vertically and emitted a bluish light beam that illuminated the roadway, then "zoomed up into the sky." (Hitt, 1999.)

Oct. 22, 1967; Maritimes, Nice, France
3:38 p.m. LT. Two witnesses saw a metallic-appearing sphere with a dark central band. The object crossed the sky quickly in a zigzag pattern. (Report from local investigator, NICAP files.)

Oct. 22, 1967; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Evening, CDT. Two real estate salesmen saw three brilliant, 2-3 foot diameter, pulsating red lights floating over a field, apparently body lights on a larger craft. A car stopped with six people who also saw the lights. Two similar objects (apparent craft with body lights) appeared, one illuminating the low cloud cover as it descended, and took up positions relative to the first object (rendezvous). The three objects then silently moved away in formation, changing positions to form a triangle. Through binoculars, they could see the shape of the craft behind the lights against the lighter background of the sky, resembling rectangular masses of black glass. Dipping and bobbing, the formation approached power lines, lighting the lines with a red glow as they flew by. They moved to a TV tower area, now appearing as three pulsating orange-red lights. After 5 minutes, the objects broke formation and flew away to the northwest in single file. Physical traces, including small footprints, were found in the field at the site where the object had been seen hovering. One witness reported a bad headache, leg ache, burning on the face, chills, and other physiological effects suggestive of exposure to ionizing radiation. (Bondarchuk, 1979, p. 47-50.)

Oct. 22, 1967; Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada
7:45-8:00 p.m. CDT. Two witnesses saw three lights that were about 4 feet in diameter. The two outer lights were orange/amber and blinked or flickered. The center light was a bright red inverted teardrop shape that moved up and down at regular 2-3 second intervals. The lights were seen intermittently for a half hour as they followed a truck, appearing to descend to within 3 feet of the road surface. The truck made a U-turn, and the lights reversed their direction so the truck was then following them. The lights moved away and blinked out. A few minutes later, one of the witnesses saw a dark object the size of a locomotive in a field. (Clausen report, NICAP files.)

Oct. 22, 1967; Milledgeville, GA
Night. Two groups of policemen about a half-mile apart, while in radio communication, saw a glowing orange-yellow, cylindrical object rise from near the ground about one-quarter of a mile away from one of the groups. The object ascended from a pecan grove between the two groups. One group of police saw the object between them and a higher elevation tree-line about a mile away. The object rose and sped out of sight. Its shape was compared to an old-fashioned water-tower tank. (McDonald letter, 12/1/68, Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files.)

Oct. 22-28 (exact date unknown), 1967; Lancashire, England
4:00 a.m. LT (12:00 midnight EDT). Interference on VHF radio (EM effects) caused a witness to go outside where he saw a cigar-shaped metallic object with an incandescent glow and portholes, and heard a whirring sound. Other witnesses included police officers. (Unidentified newspaper article, copy in NICAP files.)

Oct. 23, 1967; Bristol, Avon, England
4:50 a.m. LT. A woman saw a cigar-shaped object, slightly narrower at one end, with a blinding blue light. Hovering near it were three separate, smaller orange and yellowish lights or objects. All hovered for 15 minutes except for one, which left and returned. It rose into low clouds when an airplane neared (aircraft avoidance). (Hennessey report, NICAP files.)

Oct. 23, 1967; Carlisle, PA
1:30 a.m. EDT. A man saw a silver egg-shaped object with a light blue ring around the center. The object hovered and then flew away, the blue ring changing color to bright pink (color change/motion correlation). (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report and NICAP report form.)

Oct. 24, 1967; Hatherleigh, Devon, England
4:00 a.m. LT. Two policemen saw a bright cross-shaped light that moved at treetop level with witnesses it in pursuit. The object appeared to land behind some trees, but took off before witnesses could reach the site, though they estimated approaching to within 40 yards of the object. The object was later observed to rendezvous in the sky with a similar object. The same or a similar object was seen by other policemen this day and the following day. (Unidentified newspaper clippings and letter from local investigator, NICAP files.)

Oct. 24, 1967; Castine, ME
6:45 p.m. EDT. A man saw three oval orange lights in step formation which ascended by constantly repositioning the bottom light to the top, the bottom light fading out and then appearing in the top position. This cycle repeated and the formation ascended. (Letter, NICAP files.)

Oct. 24, 1967; Newfield, NY
9:30 p.m. EDT. A disc-like object with a knob and antenna (protrusions) on top approached in a tilted down position. Two humanoid figures and control panels were visible through windows. The object then tilted back and shot out of sight. Hand-held radios had static during the sighting (EM effects). (Hall, 2001, p. 458, from: APRO Bulletin, Sept.-Oct. 1967, p.10; Gillmor, 1969, pp. 376-78, case 38.)

Oct. 25, 1967; Otradnoy Stanista, Russia
4:05 p.m. Witness N. Savrasov, an advanced geography student, and his mother-in-law were able to observe two spherical objects flying from the northwest to the southeast. The largest object was yellowish, cloudy. The smaller one, which seemed to be pulling it, appeared metallic. (Ref. 3)

Oct. 25, 1967; Hooks, Hempstead, UK
4:30 a.m. LT. A truck driver saw a domed disc that hovered ahead of his lorry, and felt pressure on his eardrums (physiological effects). (Flying Saucer Review, Nov.-Dec 1967, p. 6.)

Oct. 26, 1967; Wales, United Kingdom
7:00 a.m. LT. Two men saw two cross-shaped objects hovering in the sky for 20 minutes. (From Hennessey, NICAP report form.)

Oct. 26, 1967; Middlesex, England
7:10 a.m. LT. Two couples saw a soft glowing orange ball (sphere) that changed to long star shape (cross shape) which disappeared leaving a black ball with pinpoints of light on each side. The object hovered for 2 minutes, then crossed the sky and disappeared. (Hennessey report received 12/11/67.)

Oct 26, 1967; Rock Hill, SC
Dusk, EDT. Two women saw a silver bell-shaped object with red revolving lights at the top (body lights) and an apparent row of windows around the upper portion. When the object moved, the lights turned blue (color change/motion correlation). Before it departed the object appeared and disappeared several times while apparently following the car. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)

Oct. 26, 1967; Newton, NH
9:30 p.m. EDT. Four witnesses saw a dark object with two horizontal rows of red lights, a green light, and a white light (body lights). The object circled, hovered, reversed direction (maneuvered) and emitted a humming sound. Dogs in the area barked and whined (animal reactions) during the sighting. (Fowler, 1974, p. 350.)

Oct. 26, 1967; South Dorset, UK
11:25 p.m. LT. A former BOAC airline pilot and photo interpreter saw a transluscent object with a center chamber and four "fuselages" that changed position relative to the center. The object had a long thin projection in front and three together at the rear. It descended at high speed until it was 200-300 feet above the ground about one-quarter of a mile away. As the object hovered for 22 minutes, the fuselages (each estimated as 75 feet long and grooved along the bottoms) moved into a cross shape. The object rotated 90 degrees and remained motionless. The translucence of the object made it take on the color of the sky, and it changed hue as clouds passed over. The object then returned to its original configuration and sped off. Two dogs with the witness were extremely distraught (animal reactions). (Hennesey report, NICAP files; Good, 1987, pp. 61-63; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969b, pp. 35-37; Flying Saucer Review, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 3; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 3, Nov.-Dec. 1967, p. 3 and Jan.-Feb. 1968, pp. 4-5.)

Oct. 26, 1967; Portland, UK
Cylinder with four arms over nuclear plant, A-R.

The University of Colorado (2) under a research agreement with the Air Force, will conduct a study of UFOs. This program (to run approximately 15 months) will be conducted independently and without restrictions.

Oct. 27, 1967; Over Atlantic Ocean NE of Jacksonville, FL
3:00 a.m. EDT. The pilot of a Piper-Twin Comanche, plus two pilots and a passenger on board, saw a " bright light, then visible as six huge, round, bright-white lights in a horizontal row on a darker object (body lights). It approached on a collision course, and was seen to be a gray equilateral triangle with a triangular opening at its center. The object made an un-banked 180 degree turn, then took off and disappeared in a flash. (Haines, 2000, pp. 58-59.)
Oct. 27, 1967; Parshall, ND
3:00 a.m. CDT (4:00 a.m. EDT). A waitress driving home saw a large, round, revolving object with alternating triangular areas of coloration. The object was low and moving horizontally an estimated two blocks away. As it paced her car, she saw 2-3 white streaks of light (light beams) coming down vertically from the object. Her car gave the impression of having flat tires or of having rocks hitting the bottom of the chassis. A second witness, a police officer, saw a low-altitude, bright round light like a welding-torch which illuminated the ground. The object moved slowly with vertical oscillations, and changed color from blue to green-white. It departed vertically, disappearing in 5 seconds. [Parshall, North Dakota, is located near the (H) Hotel Flight Launch Facilities Minot AFB ICBM Complex]

Oct. 27, 1967; Max, ND
3:30 a.m. CDT. A milk truck driver reported a round, spinning red object that followed his truck for about an hour. At one point it hovered silently over his truck. Finally, as it was hovering over a field, it turned blue and raced away (color change/motion correlation). (Hall, 2001, p. 188;   MUFON UFO Journal, Oct. 1987, p. 19; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 5, March 1968, p. 3; McDonald letter, 12/19/68, Donald E. Keyhoe Archives files; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, p. 6.) [Max, ND is located in the (D) Delta Flight Launch Facilities Minot AFB Minuteman ICBM Complex]
Oct. 27, 1967; Hampshire, England
2:20 p.m. LT (10:20 a.m. EDT) A man saw a black, mushroom-shaped object being chased by two aircraft. The sound of the aircraft attracted the witness's attention. The black object turned without banking and climbed steeply into a dark cloud (Unidentified newspaper clipping and NICAP report form.)

Oct. 27, 1967; Weston Coyney, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England
7:15 p.m. LT (3:15 p.m. EDT). A witness saw an object dropping vertically from the sky. The object stopped about 100 feet above the ground and hovered. Its shape was like "squared off" spinning top with a dark band around the center. The top section pulsated from bright to dull orange every few seconds, while the bottom section remained a constant red. The glow from the object lit up the sky around it. A soft humming sound could be heard, and a gray "vapor trail" was visible behind it. The witness felt a cold sensation all over his body. After about 10 seconds, the object 5 accelerated and sped out of sight to the north in about 30 seconds. (Stanway and f, Pace, 1968, p. 18.)

Oct. 27, 1967; Parshall, ND
Sphere rose, paced car, which began steering hard. Object hovered near missile base, shot straight up out of sight in seconds (section V).

Oct. 28, 1967;  Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK
Cat. 3. Triangular object with bright white lights ahead. Slowly rose and moved away; car could then be restarted. (Flying Saucer Review, Vol. 14, No. 3; See Rodeghier, 1981, p. 37 [E,L]) car.

Oct. 30, 1967; Holland, MI
4:00 a.m. EST. A policeman saw a bright orange half-moon (hemisphere) shaped object that was three times the size of the moon. The object hovered, but moved off when the witness approached, disappearing behind trees. It reappeared briefly and then moved out of sight. (Holland Sentinel, 10/30/67, copy in NICAP files.)

Oct. 30, 1967; Kulikup, Australia
9: 30 a.m. LT. A shearing contractor saw a 30-foot diameter, luminous, pulsating blue football-shaped object that hovered over his car, illuminating it with a 2-foot diameter light beam. The car was incapacitated during the sighting (EM effects), and the witness remembers only before and after the sighting (suggested abduction). After about 5 minutes, the object sped off. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, copy in NICAP files; Flying Saucer Review, July-Aug. 1968, pp. 15-16; Journal of UFO Studies, 1990, New Series, Vol. 2, pp. 27-28; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 7, July-August 1968, p. 6.)

Oct. 30, 1967; S. Allentown, PA
7:10 p.m. EST. A woman and her son saw two luminous globe-shaped objects with red, green, and white body lights, at first moving slowly, then maneuvering rapidly as if in a "dogfight." At one point they joined together and appeared as a single object, and the body lights went out. After 3-4 minutes the objects "zipped away" and disappeared. (NICAP report forms and letter.)

Oct. 31, 1967; Finucane, Western Australia
9:20 p.m. LT. A man was driving when he saw a tube of light close to his windshield. He then saw a football-shaped object about 30 feet in diameter that was pulsating and was an irridescent blue. The car engine failed (EM effects). No sound could be heard. After 5 minutes, the object moved off and then rapidly disappeared. The car lights and engine then resumed functioning. (Unidentified newspaper clipping and police report, NICAP files.)

Oct. 31, 1967; Bournemouth, Southampton, England
8:50 p.m. LT. A man and his family saw two dull red metallic objects shaped like a spinning top or discus. They traveled parallel in the sky, joined together and separated twice before, disappearing into a cloud after about 15 seconds. (NICAP report form, received from Hennessey 11/30/67.)

Oct. 31, 1967; Stoke-On-Trent, Werrington, England
10:35 p.m. LT. A witness saw through a window a glowing orange-red, cigar-shaped object hovering low in the sky, a bluish-green area visible on its underside. It was a clear, starry night. The brilliant light from the object tended to conceal its outline and illuminated his room like the full moon. After about 7 minutes, the object accelerated and sped away, its front portion increasing in brightness until it appeared white (luminosity/motion correlation). (Stanway and Pace, 1968, p. 18.)

Nov. 2, 1967; Ririe, ID
9:30 p.m. MST. Two Indian youths in a car saw a disc with a transparent dome on top and multicolored lights along the rim (body lights). The object hovered in front of the car which stopped (EM effects). Two occupants were seen in the craft. One occupant got out and entered the driver's seat of the car. The car either followed the craft or was towed into a field where one witness got out and ran off for help, followed by the second occupant, while the other frightened youth stayed in the car with the first occupant, who tried to communicate with him. The second occupant returned, and the two re-entered the craft, which rose and departed, a yellow flame-like light coming from the bottom. (Hall, 2001, pp. 480-82; Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, pp. 31-32; Keyhoe and. Lore, 1969b, pp. 23-27.)

Nov. 3, 1967; Verner, Ontario, Canada
10:45 p.m. EST. While driving, a couple and their children saw an oval light that moved alongside the highway, crossed over it, crossed back and went out of sight. The object was described as turning on itself or turning sideways (rotation), like the beaters of a mix-master. (NICAP report form.)  

Nov. 4, 1967; Greenfield, CA
12:35 a.m. PST (2:35 a.m. CST). Two women saw a bright circular object about 100 feet in diameter hovering 100-150 feet above a house at an angle. The object made a sharp turn, shot out flames, and disappeared after about a minute, leaving a cloudy yellow luminous trail. (California NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP report form; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 5, March 1968, p. 3.)

Nov. 4, 1967; Fort Riley, KS
5:00 a.m. CST. Multiple witnesses saw four bright lights that hovered, moved off, changed direction (maneuvered), and went out of sight. An Army unit was dispatched to investigate at the request of local police. (Topeka Capital-Journal, Kans., 11/5/67, NICAP files.)

Nov. 5, 1967; Alderwood Manor, WA
5:35 p.m. PST. A witness saw a bright orange oblong object that passed overhead, maneuvered, hovered, and descended. It produced a humming sound. (Washington State NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.)

Nov. 5, 1967; Fordingbridge, England
Just before midnight. A diesel lorry (truck) driver experienced engine and radio failure (EM effects) and saw a glowing green, egg-shaped object, with a whitish dome or projection underneath, hovering 10 feet over the road. A car coming from the other direction was also stopped. The object rose to about 40 feet and sped away. (Flying Saucer Review, Nov-Dec. 1967, p. 4; London Daily Express, 11/7/67, copy in NICAP files; Hennessey report, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 5, March 1968, p. 3.) (See Section VI, UFOE II [E,R,L])

Nov. 6, 1967; River Avon, Hampshire, England
1:30 a.m. GMT. A man driving a diesel truck noticed his headlights dimmed and then failed (EM effects). He stopped, his engine still running, and saw a large purplish-red oval object (estimated 80 feet long) moving across the road ahead at telegraph pole height, emitting a humming sound. The object hovered, and after a few seconds started to move and sped away. The witness noticed a pungent burning odor. Another car going in the opposite direction was also stopped and experienced both engine and headlight failure. (Randies and Warrington, 1985, pp. 105-07.)

Nov. 6, 1967; Treysa, Federal Republic of Germany
3:30-5:45 a.m. LT. Five UFOs were reported hovering over Hartdurg area. Two of the UFOs were approximately 15 to 20 feet in diameter and three were approximately eight to ten feet in diameter. All of the UFOs were of a red and white color with a green fringe. Witness photographed the UFOs on color film and submitted the unprocessed film to the Military Police. (NARA-PBB92-607)

Nov. 6,  1967; Kazan, USSR
Night. A luminous red Saturn-shaped object hovered for 7-10 minutes spinning on its axis, then accelerated and sped away. (Vallee, 1992, p. 194.)

Nov. 8, 1967; Charleston, SC
4:00 a.m. EST. A policeman saw a bright oval light with a red light on one end. It hovered at low altitude, moved back and forth (maneuvered), then disappeared. The officer tried to close in on the object but could not. He had just finished talking to a couple who claimed an object had followed them. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.) 

Nov. 8, 1967; Ramsgate Harbor, England
5:05 p.m. GMT. A large unidentified object was seen on radar. It was stationary (hovering) at first, then accelerated to 5 miles/second flying in a semicircle near the harbor, then shot off the scope. (Hennessey report, NICAP files.)

Nov. 8, 1967; Elsinore, CA
Cat. 3. Red-orange disc, witness felt pressure on head and shoulders. (Gilmore , Case 39, 1969, p. 380 [E,R,L]) truck and car.

Nov. 9, 1967; Miass, near Chelyabin, Russia
A white cigar-shaped object with some black dashes at one end was seen moving through the sky by I.S. Lunyanov. It was flying toward Zlatoust. (Ref. 3)

Nov. 9, 1967; Nr. Erin, TN
11:45 p.m. CST. Two nurses driving home from a Waverly, Tennessee hospital stopped for a traffic light in Erin, Tennessee. While stopped they saw a large UFO approach and land on the highway in front of them. Without the driver "feeding gas or anything" the car began to move of its own accord until it stopped a mere thirty feet or so away from the semi-transparent craft. Inside the craft there were at least five small figures looking at them. The women felt completely unafraid and transfixed. The craft rose up and moved away and the women began eagerly to follow it. It "led" them to a rural road where they saw it land. The lights on their car went out. The next recollection was of the object high in the sky leaving them, but they perceived no time lapse nor did they ever check the time. (MUFON Sympap 81, p. 23)

Nov. 10, 1967; Wabash, IN
2:00 a.m. EST. A woman heard a sound like a sonic boom and went to the window to investigate. She saw a glimmering, white-green-yellow egg-shaped object hovering in the northwest. The object was the apparent size of two full moons (about 1 degree of arc). The witness went to another window seeking a better view of the object, but the view was obscured by trees. When she returned to the original window, the object had disappeared. (Witness notes and NICAP report form.)

Nov. 11, 1967; North Olmsted, Ohio
At 9:05 p.m. EST, the Olmsted FAA (Cleveland) Air Traffic Control Center tracked an object on ARSR radar for 1 1/2 hours. The object was first detected at a point 20 to 25 miles north of Erie, Pa. The object traveled at about 50 mph in a straight line towards Buffalo, New, York. The object was a definite, primary target and was in a place they didn't ordinarily pick up targets. The object vanished approximately 10 miles from Buffalo. Radar at Buffalo also tracked the object. (Dan Wilson) 

Nov. 13, 1967; Nr. Reed Park, Springfield, OH
4:00 a.m. LT. Described as a 30' diameter orange object. When witness shown spotlight on it it changed to a pinkish object and came towards him. Witness became frightened and fled, called police. (NARA-PBB90-354)

Nov. 14, 1967; Liepaya, Russia
A large, luminous object shaped like a hemisphere hovered low over the ground. It moved away quickly with a fiery light that was painful to the eye. There were several witnesses. (Ref. 3)

Nov. 15, 1967; Yerecoin, Western Australia
Time not reported. A farm manager saw a dome-shaped object with two square portholes bracketed by two round ports and emitting a loud humming sound. The object approached, hovered near a farm vehicle, and departed upward. Possible EM effects on TV. (The West Australian, 11/17/67; Flying Saucer Review, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 32.)

Nov. 15, 1967; Sasnava, Russia
4:30 a.m. V. Treychis observed a round object in the sky for thirty-five minutes, twenty degrees above the northeast horizon. It seemed to measure 300 feet in diameter. It was very bright and tongues of flame were visible. (Ref. 3)

Nov. 15, 1967; Florence, Italy
2:30 p.m. LT. The pilot and crew of a British European Airways plane flying at 27,000 feet had a 10-minute encounter with an object that passed over them at about 50,000 feet. The object first appeared star-like, then as it neared was seen to be delta-shaped with a notch in the shortest side, and similar to a streamlined F-111. It was aluminum colored (silvery), very bright, with no shadows and estimated to be two to three times the size of a normal aircraft. (Roth Volunteer Flight Officers Network report, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 3.)

Nov. 15, 1967; Fort Simpson, NW Terretories, Canada
7:11 a.m. PST. A weather observer at a local airport saw a spherical object glowing blue-green that moved across the sky, made a 90-degree turn, slowed down, turned around, and resumed its original flight path. The object then made another 90-degree turn and continued until lost from view behind clouds. (Letter from witness, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 3.)

Nov. 15, 1967; Carlisle, PA
8:30 p.m. EST. Two women saw an oblong object which had white glowing lights in front and back (body lights). It traveled slowly eastward, passing in front of the moon, eclipsing three-fourths of the moon. The object then gained altitude and disappeared. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report and NICAP report form, NICAP files.)

Nov. 15, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
10:00 p.m. EST. Several witnesses saw a shiny metallic-appearing ball with small discs positioned to each side. The object swayed, descended with rays of light (light beams) becoming visible, stopped, turned, and ascended (maneuvered). The small discs seeming to play tag during the ascent. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report, NICAP files.)

Nov. 15, 1967; Summerdale, PA
Bt. 10:50 and 11:15 pm. Multiple witnesses saw a white ball of light, possibly with red blinking lights on the side, bounce around over WTPA TV towers for 2-10 minutes. (Pennsylvania NICAP Subcommittee report and NICAP report forms, NICAP files.)

Nov. 17, 1967; Winona, MN
5:20 p.m. CST. A man saw a metallic-appearing saucer that had a large canopy (dome) on top and a smaller one underneath. The object was trailing a long stream of white fire (exhaust) with wispy black smoke behind that. It emerged from clouds on a downward path and then moved back up into clouds (maneuvered). Once it seemed to hover. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)
Nov. 18, 1967; Kingston, Jamaica, west Indies
8:00 p.m. LT. Four people saw two red lights (body lights) on an object with a row of windows below. The object circled, approached the witnesses, tilted, circled, and sped off. (Letter, NICAP files.)

Nov. 19, 1967; Calgary, Alberta, Canada
5:45 p.m. MST. While walking home, a 14-year-old boy saw a silver-grayish object with flashing , multi-colored lights (body lights) around the center. The object was making a high-pitched sound. He ran home, discovered that 45 minutes of time was missing, and an abduction was revealed under hypnosis. (Bondarchuk, 1979, pp. 83-88.)

Nov. 19 or 20, 1967; Burlington County, NJ
Bt. 3:30-4:00 a.m. EST. A police officer, who is also a private pilot who has tracked aircraft with NORAD, saw a  bright circular object about 50 feet in diameter that traveled under the cloud deck at an estimated 1,000 mph. (Letter, NICAP files.)

Nov. 20, 1967; Roosevelt, UT
10:00 p.m. MST.  A man saw pulsating, rotating , red, green, and amber lights about 100 yards away. A shadowy round area could be seen below the lights. With night binoculars, no aircraft shape could be seen. The 5 object/lights flew slowly, then sped up. (Salisbury, 1974, Appendix B, Table 1, case 58.)

Nov. 21, 1967; Sofia, Bulgaria
5:10 p.m. LT. An unknown number of witnesses saw a slowly moving, high altitude object emitting a pale blue light over the city. First it looked like a large ball, then it stopped directly over Sofia and had a trapezoid shape. The object resumed its round shape (like an open parachute or balloon). It had a green light in the shape of an arch over the top, which created a greenish halo with sharp, fiery ribbons. After sunset, the object glowed with a silvery-blue color, then orange, before disappearing over the horizon. Scientists ruled out a balloon (moving against the wind) or a satellite. (U.F.O. Investigator, 5 Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 3.) [Possible high-altitude plastic research balloon] 

November 22, 1967 - Saunders Gives Copy of Low Memo to Keyhoe
Dr. David Saunders (University of Colorado UFO project under AF contract [2]) gave copy of the "Trick-would-be memo" to NICAP's Donald:Keyhoe. Keyhoe told McDonald but apparently did not give him a copy.  (See Dec.12 meeting)  (Sparks)

Nov. 23, 1967; Zagreb, Yugoslavia
Picture taken by Farcich Zoran, near Zagreb.
Nov. 24, 1967; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2:30 p.m. Three small white-clad figures (humanoids) were seen around a disc that had a dome and red body lights. Physical traces were found at the site. (APRO Bulletin, Nov.-Dec. 1967, p. 3.)

Nov. 25, 1967; Mikhaylovka, Russia
Midnight. V. Rogov was listening to the radio inside his home when a bright green light called his attention outside. He saw an object flying at great speed across the sky. It disappeared like a meteor but it then reappeared on the same trajectory. It was round and flat, with bright edges. The phenomenon lasted ten minutes. (Ref. 3)

Nov. 27, 1967; Fayette County, IN
9:00 p.m. The object was observed by four witnesses at a rural home. The object dropped down near three other witnesses in a car on a rural road northwest of the Philco-Ford Manufacturing Plant. The object was larger than a house. It was a silver, domed disc with masses of red lights pulsating in an erratic fashion underneath it. The witnesses in the automobile stopped and observed windows inside the dome with computer lights behind these. The witnesses fled the scene, tearing down the gravel road at high speed. The duration of this sighting was ten minutes. (Don Worley files)

Nov. 28, 1967; High River, Alta, Canada
Cat. 3. Elongated blue-green object, sound like a "jet motor", flew by, after which lights, radio worked normally. (CUFOS report: See Rodeghier, 1981, p.39 [R,L] car).

Nov. 28, 1967; Rockport, MA
7:15 p.m. EST. Three witnesses saw a row of 8-10 revolving white lights and a parallel upper row of yellowish lights (body lights) apparently attached to a curved surface of an object concealed behind the lights. (Fowler, 1974, p. 350.)

Nov. 29, 1967; Quinan, Nova Scotia
2:00 a.m. AST. A man saw an object the size of a car with a rounded back, a pointed end, and two or three lights (body lights). It descended and landed in a clearing in woods for about 5 minutes. When the witness called out, the object took off quietly with flame and lights. While the object was on the ground, there was a sound like several radios on full blast all at once, contrasting with the quiet take-off including discharge of flame. (The Vanguard, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 12/6/67, copy in NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 6.)

Dec. 1, 1967; Coarsegold, CA
Time not reported.  A man saw 12 objects displaying green, blue-green, yellow, red, and white lights (body lights). One of the objects appeared to be about 100 feet in diameter, and there was reference to a falling leaf oscillatory motion. The witness said that a farmer had reported landings in the area. (Phone call, NICAP file memo.)

Dec. 3, 1967; Ashland, NE
2:30 a.m. CST. A police patrolman (Herbert Schirmer) saw a hovering, bright aluminum, elliptical object estimated to be 15 feet tall and 20 feet wide with flashing red lights inside. The object rose to about 50 feet off the ground, then emitted a loud twanging noise followed by a beep which got faster, louder, and shriller. The object then shot up and disappeared in 3 seconds. While rising, it emitted a red-orange light beam toward the ground. Under hypnosis, the officer recalled EM effects on his vehicle, meeting with beings, and being on the craft. (Hall, 2001, p. 530-32, from: Blum and Blum, 1974, pp. 109-121; Gillmor, 1969, pp. 389-91; Story, 1980, pp. 318-19.)

Dec. 3, 1967; Wakaw Area, Saskatchewan, Canada
7:45-10:00 p.m. CST. Numerous witnesses in several small towns saw four white or orange objects that appeared and disappeared over a 2-hour period. One object seen close up was orange, then white, and had a dome. It was estimated to be 30 feet in diameter and 15 feet high. Its light illuminated the area beneath it. Wakaw and the other towns are about 50 miles northeast of Saskatoon in south central Saskatchewan. (Saskatoon UFO Club report, NICAP files.)
Dec. 4, 1967; Newfield, NY
1:30 p.m. EST. A couple saw two round convex (disc-like) silver objects with windows around the rim. Their size was estimated as 15-20 feet in diameter and 5 feet thick in the center. The objects hovered at about 100 feet, separated, came back together and disappeared. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)

Dec. 6, 1967; Harrisburg, PA
9:25 p.m. EST. A woman saw an object with a hump (dome) on top and a "window effect" on the underside showing soft white light, and pulsating blue lights on each end (body lights). The object came toward the witness's car, crossing in front of it at 150 feet distance and 100 feet above the ground. (NICAP report form.)

Dec. 7, 1967; El Paso, TX
Early evening. An attorney saw a shiny gray cylindrical object with legs and body lights on the underside. The object hovered at 200 feet, then moved away across the mountains. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP file; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 5, March 1968, p. 3.)

Dec. 7, 1967; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
8:00 p.m. CST. An 11 and a 4-year old saw a large red object that emitted a small fiery object about 8 inches in diameter with many swirling colors, especially green, pink, and white. The small object left a long streak behind it as it circled around the children at a distance of  18-24 inches and then disappeared. The larger red object disappeared at the same time. Similar reports were made to the police and to the Space Engineering Department at the University. (Report from Saskatchewan UFO club, NICAP files.)

Dec. 8, 1967; Deputy, IN
12:30 a.m. EST. A woman reported a large bowl-shaped orange object that levitated her, and she suffered unspecified physiological effects. She had a time confusion and later reported visits by small beings and  physical marks left on her body (suggested abduction). (Ridge, 1994, p. 24.)

Dec. 8, 1967; Idaho. Falls, ID
7:40 p.m. MST. A 15-year-old girl saw a very bright white illuminated circular object (disc) the size of a car hovering over her house. The object tilted and rotated so she could see a transparent dome on top with two humanoid figures inside. It appeared to wobble as it moved away, and in the distance the light dimmed and turned orange. (Hall, 2001, p. 459, from: Keyhoe and Lore, 1969a, pp. 29-30.)
Idaho Falls Disc

Dec. 11, 1967; Chico, CA
Night. Two women saw a hat-shaped object with a rounded top (domed disc), a glowing light in the center of the underside, and a series of blinking white and green lights along the rim (body lights). The object maneuvered at high altitude, circling, starting and stopping, and bobbing up and down like a yo-yo. Reportedly a similar object was seen 2 hours earlier at low altitude by other witnesses. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)

December 12 Meeting
Important event regarding University of Colorado UFO project (2) under AF contract takes place. At this December 12 meeting, Dr. David Saunders, Norman Levine and Robert Low's Administrative Assistant, Mary Lou Armstrong were surprised to hear that James McDonald knew about the Low Memo, apparently from Donald Keyhoe, so they decided to give him a copy so he would at least know for certain exactly what it said and not have to rely on hearsay.  McDonald briefly mentioned the memo in his own lengthy 7-page critique of the Project sent to Low himself on Jan 31, 1968, and this is what got Saunders and Levine fired a week later, on Feb. 8, 1968. (Sparks)

Dec. 12, 1967; Grand Rapids, MI
Exact time not given. A woman and four others saw three silvery-white, oblong objects that were flat on the bottom, hat-shaped on top (domed disc). One was larger than the other two. The two smaller objects disappeared when a jet came near (aircraft avoidance); the larger one disappeared when the jet got even closer. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.) 

Dec. 12, 1967; Bt. Ithaca & Auburn, NY
6:45 p.m. EST. A woman driving with a child in the car reported that a disc with dome, red and green square windows, and white light from underneath passed near the car illuminating its interior and forcing the car off the road. The object hovered nearby at telephone-pole height. The car experienced EM effects (engine and lights failure). A humming sound, and "voices" were heard. The two cities are about  40  miles  apart.  (Syracuse Herald-Journal, N.Y., 12/21/67, copy in NICAP files. Case investigated by Ted Bloecher and J. E. McDonald, report in NICAP files.)

Dec. 13 , 1967; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
2:00 a.m. MST. A motorist reported that a dome-shaped, metallic-appearing object with body lights around its edge hovered about 150 yards away. The car lights dimmed and the engine sputtered (EM effects). The witness's flashlight would not work during the sighting. (Rodeghier, 1981, p. 39.)

Dec. 13, 1967; North Granby, CT
5:10 p.m. EST. Three members of a family saw multiple cloud-like rings with dark centers that appeared from behind a storm cloud. They moved into a tall vertical formation, then suddenly accelerated away. The number of objects was estimated to be 8-10, and they were observed for 10 minutes. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files.)

Dec. 14, 1967; Clinton, MI
11:30 p.m. EST. Two aircraft pilots in a car saw a triangular object with a red light at each tip (body lights). It hovered, approached at low altitude, changed course (maneuvered) while overhead, then moved off at high speed. (Unidentified newspaper clipping, NICAP files; U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 6.)

Dec. 15, 1967; Saxon, WI
1:00 a.m. CST. Three men driving to Saxon saw a rapidly spinning sphere with a white light on top and on the bottom, and red and green lights around the equator (body lights). The object approached at low altitude, hovered over a nearby field. While hovering, a smaller sphere discharged from the bottom, and it discharged a smaller sphere, which then discharged a yet smaller sphere These small spheres hovered momentarily one beneath the other, then returned to their original positions within each other and into the original object, which then sped out of sight. (U.F.O. Investigator, Vol. IV, No. 4, Jan.-Feb. 1968, p. 6.)

Dec. 22, 1967; Millersburg, OH
Time not reported. A silvery disc with multicolored body lights revolving around its perimeter buzzed a car. (UFO Fact & Comment, Goodyear UFO Society, Akron, OH, Jan. 9, 1968.)

Dec. 24, 1967; Belmont, MA
Night. Eight witnesses saw 6-7 lights move across the sky one after the other (procession), spaced 30 seconds apart and each following the same path. Their brightness was comparable to Venus and their color was orange. Small twinkling lights, dropping vertically, seemed to fall from several of them, and some of the main lights dimmed or went out while some flew off over the horizon. (Haines, 1994, p. 44, from UNICAT #302.) [Apparent "fireball procession"]

1. To DEFEND AND DETER: THE LEGACY OF THE UNITED STATES COLD WAR MISSILE PROGRAM, John C. Lonnquest and David F. Winkler, USACERL Special Report 97/01, November 1996, A study sponsored by the Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program Cold War Project.

2. THE USAF-SPONSORED COLORADO PROJECT FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF UFOS, The 1995 MUFON Symposium Proceedings Presentation by Michael D. Swords, Ph.D., Professor Natural Sciences Western Michigan University


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