The modern era of flying saucers and UFOs properly began in 1947 with the story of Kenneth Arnold. What started with an isolated incident near Mount Rainier quickly became a national phenomenon. For several weeks in the summer of 1947, reports of flying saucers dominated the headlines of American newspapers. Conventional wisdom debunks the entire UFO wave of 1947 as “mass hysteria” and unreliable journalism, but a closer look at the original newspapers reveals a completely different story.
If you have any doubt at all that the UFO phenomenon is real, you need seek no further evidence than the stories of the 1947 UFO wave. This free online book, Flying Saucers 1947 (exclusively from UFOdays.net) does exactly that, chapter by chapter. We’ll post a new chapter about once a week.
Chapter One: Operation Charlie and the X Raids
Chapter Two: The Man who saw the Men from Mars
Chapter Four: Something Very Real
It Seemed Impossible … but there it is.
Report on the UFO Wave of 1947
Alfred Loedding and the Great Flying Saucer Wave of 1947
The 1947 UFO Wave–A Case Study
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