In 1947, flying saucers were already scooting over North America months before Kenneth Arnold saw them.
Did Kenneth Arnold really see flying saucers? Here’s an in-depth look at the first UFO sighting that kicked off the Age of the Flying Saucer.
Flying Saucers 1947: Chapter One The UFO wave of 1947 begins in January of that year with a series of UFO incursions over England. RAF pilots attempted to intercept the intruders, and the mysterious craft were tracked on radar. Charlie the X-Raider On the…
UFOs are real, the government knows it, has plenty of evidence to prove it, but it doesn’t want to admit it, doesn’t know how deal with it, and doesn’t know what to do about it.
Suddenly there was a light coming through the window and the shadow of the panes was visible on the floor where I was drawing. I looked up and outside, and there was a saucer-shaped, brightly illuminated craft.
the Buchanan Brothers captured the mood of the nation with their prescient song, “When You See Those Flying Saucers.” Don’t let the folksy-melody and music fool you. The song has a serious message about the meaning of the UFO phenomenon.
In 1979, residents of Sawyer County saw a UFO in the Bass Lake district moving toward Draper, Wisconsin. The sighting follows a similar report from Halfmoon Lake a week earlier.
UFO activity over Indian and Pakistani nuclear sites could trigger a nuclear war. Sabir Hussain, director of the Indian Society for UFOs (INSUFOS), has brought that warning before the Supreme Court of India.
A follow-up news feature on WDAY interviews Todd Mitchell, the man who captured the storm phantom footage with his surveillance camera.
Forty years ago, on September 16 1979, a farmer in Wabasha County, discovered two large circles of downed field corn on his farm. The farmer, Curtis Olson, said the corn looked like “when you take a hair dryer and it blows all the hair…