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  1. 1. Jnw . . . ... .K. ..»«. ... . A} . 5.. Kw! M W W m W. M M INSPECTOR GENERAL, USA? WI DISTRICT PIES . Stll DISTRICT: HR1G! l'| '-PA'1'l‘ElL§(N AFB, IMTBGI, M10 081 FILE IESIGNATION 2h-I85-5 . H . Iuwu. !.aw. .»fl. Mwmo3X». ... Wv. .y$u? :.. ..K. vw. T1} : .I, :.. :.. :.. ..n. {.. :w. .F. i #27. .1 . .61. . T.. ... ..6.. ,_
  2. 2. _, ._-n . _. ‘_. .$. ,. . ... ., _. _. , A ~17'_'j. .3i . 37.. 9.. ., w~__ ' pzpamhznr or 1-H: AIR ronc: HEADOUARTIRS UNITED STATES AIR FORCE wAsmNo‘rou 5D—$iI/ JCS/ ash A VH5 HVSPICVOI GKNIIAL. UiAF SYN Dlsflllcf clue: of srscul. ngvuvncarnows VVI| IIIV. PAPVll1¢Ol _AIl IOICI IASI. DAVVOIO. ONIIO INnlI. VllI| "ll10n 5D 2 NOVBflb6l' 191.59 SUBJET3 FLYING D1308 - Alla Washington 25, n. c. 541". ‘-2"‘ ~~ _ A . -c, -_; ' . - um: chief, General Invest-’I. gau, on, -4,fi ‘ « _ §"'-I. K ' H 1. The following iniarnntion regarding subject ‘matter ’ for your files and arm nu-fixer action deemed appropriate by your head- qns. x~ters. ~ I 2. a:20septenbes-19149, s. sa. resu‘Ltofaoonves. -satd. on oI165opt'. a:- ber 1919 batman Mr. a. mwms or the Analysis m-mun, Inte. 'L‘L1.genoe no—' « pa: 'hnsnt', Headquarters, Air materiel command and 143'. "JOHN 5th, .-- ‘ -"~“ ' ' ‘ District, ‘ 011Ice“o£ Special Investigation (IG); Lt Colonel A. ’J.3 HEW f_; - , :-‘ smzm, Jr-, acting Chief, Analysis Division, Intelligence Department, Hoad- ' 1 , - quarters, mo, requootod this district initiate an investigation, for the . . : purpose or confirming or danaring can-tsin anegations wide by one, . 4 _ ’ ' vvharei. nbec]. s1nedhaving1.nl:1apossesstona"fl. y1.ngsauoex-1|, ’ '. as well as various scenes shouting alleged saucers landing and tskixz oft. i A copy or this conmmlcation is inclosed as Inclesure No, 1. -; . ‘" fig ' Included nan 1ha'con'nnnico. ta5an rm I. t~»co1'one1 mrsrmsrr to . 41 51:1: nistrict, oxnco o1"spec1s. ‘L Investigations was 3 copy of a ‘I'M from the 3 Assistant Chief or staff, In§e]J. igsnce Division, United states Air Force, to “PKJJBGI amnw ‘hating in substance that a Hollywood, caliijomiil ‘ § 33 mm named ‘ —~ had ns. d§}tatements through the nédiun oi‘ the -*5 Press, thst he had. nude movies of "flying saucers" in Alaska with the poxh i nissiaz or certain unspecified Nanthnritdnsfi. A copy or this ,1":11l.1a__in- __ closed hersId. th'as—Ino1osu-e No. 2.‘_' 9 ‘~ I v - = r- at « 1 V Also included with the oomnnicat: i.on' £’m__ - - D *3 5th District, otnco or special Investigation refs _a newspaper article " extracud from the September 11;, 191$ 1ssuo; o:r xhe nawton, ’fimo ? 'J¢JX; I11zSl. g-{.4 ‘qr: Herald" menu, under a by-Llne by mm uossr, _dated; ,13 September: 9'. ‘ “ 1 was containstj &'L1eg, sti. ons. 'o£ one, " _, = as _xje1s1:red_to in! M SK‘ v—_. ,;;5i5§ICE or zscnu. mmzxcnxr , ~ ‘WF~o-501140194 [F_": ""I 4 Vsv . .. 1i>l‘KK‘-1r. u.‘ao'§‘t
  3. 3. ‘that ur. i*iq: ested'e‘xw info 50 21:. -am FLYING nxscs above. A hosinils of aforementioned newspaper article is incloeed 813911 2 hex-edxg as Incloeure no. 3. 3. '1- thia dishict end, on 27 septuber 19149, prepn-ed s. letter to the Act nlstrict commander, 131’-h OSI District (In), to conduct appropriate inveetiya on in accordance with 1:: -ovisins of ANSI Letter No. 85, dated 12 August 1919. A copy oi‘ I‘ inclosed herewith as letter no: this district to 18th ml’, District is Inoloeure Ito. he . or Special Investigations‘ ~ Chief of the Public bpattex-son'AFB, that he had not Lt J. G. KIRBIS (telephone I stare, USAF, Wash of a cell tron one, , had received e press not pellet! out by Lt NORRIS; to tho effect tint " ' nests" in” . _. Also, “‘ fl1e‘~‘§uthenti‘city of " um-1.11 and whether an lII. I.IAll I1oKNIGH'L"' had been emanated into subject utter. ’ whether might Pie1d'inveetige. ted subject utter In reply to Lt ncmus, Lt colonel of ‘PROJECT GHJTIE‘, I uni tliit therefore, with regard to qmstions G. HORILTS that K73 IlcDl'I<l§'r" conducting an investi- colouel PCT! and rep- none: -emhntospproprintetilewas Lcopyotnxeuorungixntotileis cs. tion related by Lt colonel mm, to in paragrephs 1, and 5 a a. letter dated 34 October 1919 was to the District ceunnder, 13th 051‘ District (10), conveying intonation referred to in paragraph lg above. A copy of this letter is inclosed as . Inolosure Ho. 1:.
  4. 4. "“4F'f‘. ‘~"-‘". "-_-_'>: _sg. _~. ~g_w. ,,. ,, . _.(, _,_‘___ _ ‘ W“? i V _ P‘ I V ‘ , . I - ‘ (i in 5!) 21.-zu: vn - g 6;’ Hum DISCS :3; 7. On 1 November 1919, 1st Lt H. w. SMITH, Project Officer or nclly appeared in this o no in hand > , 15. 3‘ Defense, Weahing‘bn, 'that be u. because "it is my understanding at thepz-scant time that the L on at wright-Patterson does have some knowledge of ’ ’ was anxious to establish ‘ L Special Iuveatigati ~. :'c1A1.ns" e. nd_ttn'flIer that ted ‘request that he rccommd appropriate auawer dated 25 October 19 , end that 11-. was I 1 L. vised or the Letter, ~ , intent to convey to the Public Intonation otflcecr bl. : , 7 be any _ig-nbrnaticn ngarding eub5ect matte; tor. _ an intended. A . ‘ 7 ‘ 1 copy or letter from “T? ", ""T"~‘. . to the Pnh1:I. e‘Inflo1-. u_stion__or_fl. cc, _ 5 . ___, -_ :5 mac, dated 25 October 1919 is ‘ncloeed here-nith as ‘Incloeure No‘. 7. I-' < - 23 mt rm can-1 wbmomcr V “Wm ' 5- new to 9n cs: file and 13 Oct 19 3- Facsimile-c]ippc! .ng tn: 6. Ltr, 5:) cs: to 131) 05: am Dayton, 0. "Journal-Hcra: l.dn 21, oar, 19 1» I. tr, ‘2130SIto18DOsIdtd 7. ». -, ~ mug ' dtd 25 Oct 1:9
  5. 5. LICIAIS 20 Sept 19 _ I -u nu. tmecntetenee, 16 septum: 19L9, between 11:. o. to-:1u~ reloue by nine loehy under , (51) GI)-, "en‘d to united Preu uiolnel cont: -ed, e. movie eater, ( dateline Eonyieed septenhe: -..1}, _ to in; e chin tut I011 ee eevernl teem: shelling thou alleged. not were tehn in bee. in his poeeoeeinh 5 flying Inner en , or1'. ... It- us further claimed . tl~. eee- pictu encore luzding uiteking flesh Iith peruieeimx-: o£. . "nntl_: crit1ee. ‘.I V . r ioity scheme, therefore, ition ‘of the 0312'. . a.. J. Eansmsxr, an. ___L_t~Co1qnp1, 0833.. -_ . _ , ,~ . - _ _acting chief. Analysis Division --Intelligence Department ; _ - , , , . ; —. u. - - - 1.. _._. 'v—'. . * ‘ SYAYE3 AIR FORCE ' uvenio . me : .~as. =e-mos GLNERAL 2135; 1‘ 059.35. '~J'r S? :.x. u1- ". _ 2‘ A 5': H 3:3. . A
  6. 6. T0 PROJECT BRIDGE UNITED PRES (TEBGIGE PE SKITIOH NIB) sm. -as rm»; nonmnon cnmmzn nmm, W. 193 n? has mmss auméin rm‘: -In 191.3 HIIDIIDVIB or -mm» smc2ns- nu ALASKA ms was un- Inssxon or -mmommse-. Jun HO‘!
  7. 7. . - -3» . 1 . . . ... .., «u«. v-tut-. -V z vaoaind.1e ct newepnper clipping tron soptenbfif 11;, 1919 mono or the “Journal on’-_ He: -J. d*, Dayton, Ohio. " - ' ' Joumu. nsmum, msnunsnu, swrmm 11» 1919 ‘ ? mu Amen mans nmzo msc, . our F8888 mm DWBTS up -‘ v '. lhn's'ta: -,’heinnis'to,1:awhir1!: BDLLIWOD, Sept. 13~L'-('0P) ‘. N in; -d1~_. ao, ver nuomble taoeinilo-i. - . -Bavingtabugncnrc-ofrodnt-‘la’-. tbei-eo! .v-nurnorieisaepyqyt--_~ , -. _ chips, atcudo beam-“end Super-~‘t . ' tn-y1rh'l. ch; a1no features a bland-‘--. ‘; ’ ‘ ' mu, Hollywood new ix. atnrring; - . heroine, a handsome‘ hero and f. _- , ,3 &. fly'LDg sauce: -‘1n_'1. . ‘ . -" Jnzuiann as use villaina. .«t M 7 * i an-: .nurIu1n: tdao: l.si. cu'1i'ae ' -, . "there ienvt-aw eoo! Lth1n’g, ' bot. ' Idea while oncnooltion 1 this-has not dnlpened the spirit , ‘of actor nileel conred. -—Bo. is - V ~ . Ibo actor gotxhin coloeeel idea; % acting in, producing, directing he says, mm on location in - and writing "The aacret of the ‘ Alaska but winter tor a naive»- "~ 31.71:; sincere»! ' se1_-Inge; -oetI. ona1 movie, ‘Arctic , - : . Z ‘O. V [_ ‘ _ ‘*' heard about flying saucer: ‘ ‘ ‘i * . _ - , . the: -e~eo I went back _. _e _V. _~_~, _ . _ . ' ' ' “ . . _ p e. [9«r‘-‘w: Lfl‘! "a. 1’xou. ‘.-*. ’ " _ ’ V‘ -. ¥:tii»t°ebcr%oo'v(I«"r—5'caaadan)'-ad, ' ’ . ’ .3333‘V°fl‘'N°“'no'’ ‘*9 3933'! -a-11;"-‘-. —; -4"— —_-~— . I; "~_ I’-"K r_ ". .'i~l" *' ' ‘ ’ "I'1bundaeeueer', 1'atnot‘te11-"' % ‘in; bag, " a class not believed ig . I I cyan by one of his press egenta. "I have seen: of the cancer - landing, taking cit, flying and do- ing trials- ‘nu cancer is not one- etedinniadxbasi-orby'ud. ck‘pbo-’ toy-ephy. If is auneduaieal, nan-made object. ’- ’ Whether it is as ¢i1.ahpnn‘ee: L1.ing nerouptbe cinema or eons gen- . __1 rage-nude contraption, he wonlt / - . ‘"7’ ~- 1: ' _. _ connect andero-r shot silent _ ; A; - " . ‘ footage around June for three’ ’ - mouths- He'll, bean shooflng in- : 3‘ tenor scene: and dibbdng ' - _ | 1 ‘ ' ' ‘ sowed Sept. '26, he ears. . ' ; Hie prose agent: have seen pa-rt . ; e. _ 9: the run. The; -‘report it has ' ' ~ 5-. ;. — ~ some nice evalanchee. They did ‘ ' not see en: flying senders’. ' . . : <'< . N rzv . »,= .. ~, . ..4.. ~. . .:. r.~ . .. . .-1.-. «;'. ~. .r~: ;:o ¢’. : 1;-: ‘;i. <.‘¢. ‘ ir. '.~’A. %:«‘, '.€&. *.‘t‘1-’: ':‘r . . . . - ; <:. .v. .- ~. .~ , .~. « ~- <, »,. wn. ,, ; :_s'-»c«. '«‘. -;e~: ~<. ’a': '.f. ~'. -.: :c-; «.
  8. 8. Locked In Bank Vtult "Thu uuccr footage in lockud in I bank vault, ‘ explattna can-nd. "IN not showing it to uyono y¢. I L ‘mo put. concern a plqboy, nan-1 n-cnt4(cmnd), in T such h1Ivcnheh1.nnnd. .poI'< . - aauucr-Idnnflng-iannah for an gcvon-ut. .20 throw muun , span of! the track, ho clan: -11.‘ dzlanuu hind: as l dz-anhrd -. km} 1: go- coupanhd by an FBI taunt, who turns out fin be a bountiful blond (mu on-risen), alum-1: dio- gutud as his aunt. We got anuhoufi in 3 to- nnota cabin and ram: t1n: b,a _ . "9-! :‘. Bl! I_ 5?. ‘ ~‘_. Z"""“‘= ‘ Z‘; ‘f, f”. ."__ ' I _! .i. .6.'5.t -- ' ‘arms? or. _-3”‘ ~ . - 5' " ésiphnro tho drop dadbotarc the and or the movie‘! mu you? ' ’
  9. 9. SD-O31/JCS/ ash 27 September 1915 SD-21;-21m SUBJECT: HUNG DISCS — Alleged observation - _ : or mung discs 1:: mm. ooumn V 1 5;“ du. ring‘1n-inter of 192;}/19 in . ‘. |.‘erritor)"o£ man gene; name: Cccnnnder 18th as: District (16) wt - _____ 622ud uszuv specialized Depot GM ' ‘ ~ Po 0e 3% ' Haywood, California. . %~.3Vp3-“t*. ‘.'n">¢~r—""_‘)%-? -Zfi5.'; _: :}: ‘ T : 1. Transmitted here-with tor your inxbrmthon, tecsinile or neura- . - _--_, ; paper_cL1.pping extracted tron ll; -septenber 19l;9 is. -an cram "Jon: -nel- _ _ ‘_'_‘_ , Herald" published in Daytcu, _Ol_i. ’Lo, wherein, " underby-line OIAEIINE ' , . '« ' ‘ H91JQweed, .dahed 13 sepuabu--19149. it is &1J. ¢god‘_tbaf. ’one, . b ' ‘ . V. -. ~ did, during the tinter er 19b8/1:9 ii: shah, 'ehservwe‘eo-4 ce11ed'"'n: i:ag saucers"; located one or sane. and: took: natien pictures . oI'cited saucers in various flight stages and nanoenvers. r, am: .. .-. .:. '.. -v: -. .-. »~w$; ;.9,r_. -an 2. Request appropriate investigitien be conducted by yovnzfdistrict in accordance with provisions of AFCSI Letter Ibo dated 12 August I 19119. Ia. Reqnoat man at Inrestlgntidn be euhitted an: ounce, , in aixcopiss, so that this office may cenplywith Pang: -aph 3e(1), (2), ; Q (L), or cited APCSI Letter. _ ‘E 5. In the event iumadgafinn has already been initiated, to’ your oftice, cowering incident reterz-ed to in title; it is requested instructions conbined in above paregraphal be ignored and six copies of investigation mrniahed one district. _ 2 ’ 5 JAMES F. I. 0'00NNELI. Incl: Facsimile of newspaper‘ I. t‘co1one1, Ilsa? clipping extracted from ntstrict conmnnder FD’? 11;. Sap 16 issue of "Joumal-Hamid" (in trip) 7/
  10. 10. r. - 9,v~. r/. - ’9:u'u: c;. ~. -: ~ .1 Files, 5th District us: (Is) Joan c. smum, 8/A paoracr. -catnnmw - Pile 2L; —zum th iiastructious from Hr. JOHN E. 1. 01117 Octoberlfia, incompL1.ance1n-i MORRIIL, Headquarters, S)-031, the undersigned interviewed, ot~160j hours 17 October 1929, Lt Colonel 11. w. PUIE, near, nucucung 262, Post 201-e, mom No. 61355, Wright-Patterson AFB, regarding info: -Ination related to H1’. IDREJ. 191:9 {mu Lt Coional POE rclanve to an impati- hy telephone‘ call on 17 October gation being conductedunder PROJECI "(mtlDG‘£. ." 2.. Oo1one1~P0'! £ ‘n_: .suba+. anoa: as rollover ' o. mama, (telephone .3.-aoaio, ‘ 0., by telephone, call received at z‘. ‘ . .-v- mu. -. .- e . . L E 5 gt 5. 3: . :, .T‘. -2?, -.-'*“~: e-‘. -xv‘ 7:-. = ; ~. . - ' In ‘ Lt 3.3.1’. S&£[1'd, .-Project Officer, Tech Intelligence, !L‘. j.c‘, advise that Headquarters, Am, his come: -canon with this officer proposes to _ has no knowledge of Wright Field conducting an investigation into subject utter it would have been through 031 and therefore P10 would have m V 3 butif it had, lmcwledge oi‘ pane. Reterence to hasneintor: =afi. on regarding "1|'11.I. ]'JJ-I subject matter. ‘ ~'. .‘~: i‘I. ‘-. -;': t~. -4-. .§w. ‘v-"-~; - ~: . , __ . . .,. ..e. «.. .~ 9-§'c<-niéix. K}: -9,5,fvT§{§1.u: ;‘3;; fi3~(; !x. ;:? €‘r_5;. w.: " . , ’~ '-""“'= -~'= *--err '; ~.’_. ‘/'4:-2E1a’3vS; g;¢:5'¢${: .§: :g7_ '
  11. 11. SD-(BI/ JK&(/ vs sn 2h-211:0 ’ 21. ocyober 191.9 SUBJECT: FLYING DISCS - HIKEL CONRAD SPHIILI. INQUIFI TO: District Commander : ' 18th District 05: (IO) - 8%‘! USAF specialized Depdi P.0.. M -. ' Haywood, calttornia. 1. Reference is made to letter, this otnco, subject and 111: an above, dated 27 septaber 19149. . 2. For your information en. mum»; aka 1. mmmieas 0n170ctober191I93£Irois.1AmartJOH1€C. SIn2Nmofth1.e r. _ M office interviewed Lt. colonel H. W. rarzrornee of Public Intonation, ‘Air-Materiel counand, =:etez-once a phone . . Lt. J. G. l£Rm'85,APnbl1.c. Intonation .01!1ce, , 3., ' B'Sz; E.''—_, _.? ' ‘ " -. ~_-; MORRIS received a. c'aL‘B: ."at Headquarters USAF. tnon " ' — ' . ot. F11nL. Daily, 1 Ho1.'LywoodPnh11.cn. «; -» , «'uhofadvia received 3 preaerelease‘ n-on one ‘€zH. ,,, ,;, .;_, ,,‘, ’ -- (900) feet ot 211.1: about {lying saucers . ‘ any intonation available as to the authenticity «w A, , and whether}: ixweetigation bywII_I. IRl _ cnc noted '_ , , _. . —» regarding subject matter. ~ «: »‘-«: v.fic4<a-'»", »‘v: “.~<“4.#. «z-’. ’»‘-’-' - P0133 contacted the project otfioe for project "GEIJDGE", .1 located at Air Materiel command, and as the result of hie conversation with the Project Officer, proposed to advise Lt. IDREIS at Headquarter: USA}, that it the-investigation were being conducted Public Inibruntion orficer would have no lmawlodge or it, and that Public Information oflicer at Headquarters Mr Hate: -iel command lad no intonation regarding nrmnn ncxxmmr. » / I I
  12. 12. 5 . subject inveetiutlon.
  13. 13. °°*»°b°I' 25. 1&9 Public Intbantienpttieer Air Ihteriei céni ' ‘urifit-Patterson Air Force Due fiavhon, Ohio’ ' Dear Sir: '. !'}d. e1nquiry Britten, llngusn and B§ Doprtnnut of Defence, Wu :1, dad result: 9:-on an eulunge of correepondeuoe with co—Ander Brit-ton oonoeming the purported inolucion at 900 feet of anhel photography or 3 flying sauce! ‘ 1!! e forthcoming Hon piotu-e being produced by 3.1:. n It’: 211- . V 5 chi: tint the footage was shot ‘in hem held in A Lot Angeleelvumlt under; ‘ , standing at the proaut P um tlustthe in-Lou at Wright»-Pntteru V P . son does he-v_e ocneknawledge of Sr. . ‘*9 claims. -"
  14. 14. . . " ‘ ‘ FILE I10. BITE "", ',Tf'; ",. ‘*. ,.m. "“ ‘; '.? ,.§S. “.°‘ 24-23 1 December 1949 . ;. ounce or SPOCIAL mvcsa-icA1-nous “mu mu " i REPORT OF INVESTIGAHON mm: .1. mn. JR. 5 nu uvomf Duo: Ar ‘wk; no #14.‘ an a. Jmokeea B1-«L. mug, xi smnnsa or unnmnrxzn mm I 5 03.1302 08 19 AUG 1949 at 013237 38. 29 Ilovnbor 1949 mm roausxn. mm count. .. ,.. ._. ,.. ... ... . ' ‘ 1‘ "‘ BI 50.. as Ill. 0. Jo DO 1'5. Wrlfib-Patterson APB x ’ . sums - ’ . » ommmm SPECIAL V-_ - (HAL _ . - unnnu. .. ‘ , ,-’ ‘ Hem. o_ STIOPIIJ I - I ‘Intenhrw of 3:. M v Winemuinp relattbfi to his sififlng at anunidatfiitiéd udfl obj-ch voquoahavi by 1!! Iran. -562: District 081. '£I'152It~‘Ph. t'terson - A178. daab-M1 25 Xnunbnr 199.94» h. nhud that In '; , ~eight= .ad ca. uuauunaa am-1.1. ebjeet at appwadnetely I 1500hau'#cu198ngu‘l19£9;1Ihiletre1'e111.n§1ahie ' “' untuohila with his wire in Glenn Hagen toaoubip. Grands ' county. Hieeonuin. He. stated the object { i. nencr'H1orlw. :lireeti. on: uu. h-e1g! :rk‘otnomaJ. o.9.rera. £*t ; uteupeuiott: -ouaootesooudleeperhuar. Eedeeeralbea [ é. ., . _ tIm, ._o! a¢a_eah_sau§areaod1.na1wsl: l.nv. rasaxh1ing. anir: -or _ H ; - L . _ . . . ; appalxed to be one root, length at the wingvlibe ’ ‘ - 0 inch. .. and their «was one mm. are l , _ the editor and publisher oi‘ the BLOu. l121Cf£O! l f . . . . mpcuiagton. moccasin. A weekly new-cayupor. ‘ q . 9 4 . 93M. USA1-'-- -. . . 4 , " ' - _‘lfi', -'. — ‘. oumuavnon I-E? . ‘ / ’ 1‘: co, mac. my Ara h . 4‘ ‘. Wsmcs mfon. -.-' . ; o msrscma 054:2» _ : —--‘P’! --. . 5. U93 5 .3I51;f}f. ’.! I3. / . ; ’ _ om-more . - ‘. ~ ’ -. P1—. CIAL Iuvgsngm | 5 ‘- fl -.3", -. ' ‘ g. _e<, .m : ':: .:°: : 0-208 : :‘". '.7:. ~«': .s'--. :.3»-: .x<'«‘; ‘e. :.'. -.‘n‘z"
  15. 15. ‘ ticmu1vdeecribed. aaa. e1ear, ,hr1ghtduq. 'InieeoriMngtbn 1 obj-eet. #'Ii arhrbdthet the body Ind the nqspeusmoe of-I. round : . 3; d1h: u-: d:ru-, a.ppa-o: :inxwb’ens1cutinCu: m¢wui£h11ng~1i3:r : L g appuadAgm, nudau1erbc. r:ect-adixgatacppzuxbucbelyloinelaee; 5 § OueitbsnrILd$o£thi. hodmg. ‘Beduui)idth‘hidth¢the'i1.Dg6 ‘ E _g. 11!: awning: Iul aypredzatuly new object ' ' 1' §- i M g}; _. _I. ength¢te. ppenda; es10P"- _j 3* ‘ - 2’ ‘width at apprulegeai. 1" ' 1 - c 3:. . . . —.. ..~. -.«-. -.-. .=-A-. »-.4:-v. ~. '. -oI| }9“i9-f'1r7:g}€‘; ":‘2L 1 “netla to at an es§1.n: 'ted»spaed. urn-on we-oam. ':-. -.~rm-- dz-ed nun per hour. Be attted that no yx-vpnlaion. -Iuevvieiblar. ’ thxttha object eypeered c-hbloend that he could hen-n&. euhnuct oz-noise and am is gnflncllyredod n-on ~r. I.nr. The masher condi- A . _ -. ... .. -u _. .. ... ,.. ‘,. .,. .,. ..A-. —.. .. -., «.. .., —, ,._ ~
  16. 16. Q; «R; . v . .., . . .7, , - . . _ T: 1*? ‘-In - . -4.4.‘-: =:-c. .~. ..: .rv~¢-5:3.‘-‘r-'. . r. '.u‘1-2'1-“'¥ ~. -,, -g ‘-‘. !£, iA —. _ra: y.. .,». ..__. ; , - A. » -. ~0_w. _ "V —'- thsttha outete: ui1ngthi. nghanot1oeda. bou1;t! ;eo‘bjeet 1‘ bu-iguana, which «meow: eoneianntble glare in his eyes. . .~ arntedinnttbereauttex-. baereh: rnodtoB1oad. ngbon, 1': iaeans5.1:enrl. d1¢uehy. 've ‘the-inddeutrcrthurthnugrtuuulha ra: od. a.1neI: Ju': uvmle-bterfroull. 8.Raepa-no-nutet-in cxmnmnw, - nmbtretflengxmeitnunhix ¢ug, re: ed. cne1n1:tx-io-k.4ert1ininga_ ' s1:d.1icr1ne£deot1a331t3-nbe¢1ty. lited1;. -l! dnhbadb«n1nveet1- y. tedby»i! »lInued Sbuum. Air )'aroa= .~ Be thnnnpontelt thatime inoiduxirxigwbe etintet-out tn-thefixitmi so-men: Perez: and. it. hiathAh$n1a. tu-3eyhuehecou'°otober. bnhea: aa.1oudpaJad. n;’ nniecybwteonldnot ees-usyairplaneeruxyizhingintheew. Ea stated ththeuedendfiitmainnnyuyeounwhdvithue aer1nJ. 'ohjeclsb9hILdv1n'Ired. 4. an-cf is the Bditou-e. nd Puhliebt-‘ct the 0- 203 830031); 0. weekly newspaper published in Blocuingion, ‘.11: 3111, WhfllO»p¢ml]. l.t‘lOl| 1.: between 700 and 800'peop1e. Ea has no pertinent ham. .. end hie ehility to deter-.112: and reliability appear to bar _, good. Both l31av1:1i'e_eppea. r to be quite intelligent. .. A‘! outs-n, msconsnr. 5. = -- "V isscaxaaea-infileuntiavnnsrumship. Grand: County, Tsneoneing was i: sterrieu_ed rel: -!: ive to his discussion thateitbvthelnctsetundayinsuqrcewborertberirstsuxwdey inoe-bebcrhrudhixhnba-otiureweo-vverflacia~<a: e£.1.aade. mu eodoiag. thayhea. :da1ocnipauiw_ncaae! rouxfi: oa%r. y. ilthougn itmuamaaq thtuwddmndMmhbe, --393;. ‘ tlsvz~nei. a‘e-'ea‘Vv'w; 'uIiosuwJ. 'e: i&that’1-8 did not reeublaih-Ltctapbaviorgroupcfplnnrao Hestecbodthwkoue aagrr. ahuqpu. aeota1:: eonr, ai%-uaauaennr. -i~r. htea. tl: ede1oriph1atc£tbca. etia1Ob$c'lI~lwbadaun. haebreng): hcp , . thna: bfieo‘b¢, ftha—uIauph.1aadnul. e£. I0nd¢rlnguh§«ther1thndu§’: ecuaxeeuon. in-wncumhl-1 togveuvhrth-wiwwnucng e-a. :r-m: x:$n1=oeucurx. n:1¢ar: o:nxorr'rcxoroa1onr- . .—~ :3 ' 3 '4 4 *. »§ '3 a E ‘e , .,. ... ...
  17. 17. on 25 0otoba'.19 can tun. .. A ‘:0: -—-i-_canux1in[¢duere1l . — ~ Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Dayton, Ohio ATM: HGIAX1-1 1. Reference is made to our latte or 28 Deacon: 1919, subject and file an above, tranenitting two copies of. the final -- rugwl of Agext. r!iL‘E8 L. S’}? :1.'. '1’1', 5th 031 District, dated ‘_ 23 Deeenher 191:9. . . . ' P’ ' 2- ‘Nrwerd ‘ ' rs: your additional : I.t! f&II3?.3.fl! l‘i8 n ‘ lsttr n-or like with‘ one inoloeure. Your attention is invited up ihufi statumt that Special Azant runs: ’ v ‘ O that thin office he advised or an ao§i9n, ,tel_¢__Hq on above captioned cg‘. ‘. "!1.1l—: - . . CI. A§SlF'ICATION CASFCELLE BY AUTIiCI? .i'. ":. ‘ C3‘ 11;: :; ::; -; A ~ ~ . - . -. haeeeue '»g»ia1o'n; )ect. A1:cattacher5isaoo, rxyotfl1srep1.yte . that Gsrreoofl V I may be com. ‘ late, itis 1-. qu. .z. &"” I
  18. 18. *u. ' -v ‘F Q _ ’ ‘ ‘ AFCSI/ Haj nemler/ ba‘L. ,177'o . Row: -tn U. Dec 50 " . _ A Latgécm W GE ? V unsdanufl H ‘:1. gt. c1m1lgnjt1,,0b1o by. ~ ~ gm. 5:: 25-21», snbjuct a sum. ch 1: iwloeod far rcvfu-uncu purpasu. 2. Itttaciz. -.d tar trtmniséian to apprapzdzte . ‘ V is a. lottar from 342-. one (1) inclasura- ismrthnrintitodtoxr jssumm -~"-W’ ohjiet. A Ala at-tschut is I an a eat. that Headquarters by authorities. , _ ; V 3; __ "‘ae; ;.s2;1;s. usm ’u—: .'_. Ma . Al 12!: _. __. ..-V
  19. 19. 1;? save. 5 non Printing co. Pletuhtrds. Ponnsylga. Den‘ muj 27. 1950 I in in receipt of your latter of Ncvuubor I want to nature you that nddrocud to Gentrnl vmmmrg. shad will be given due oogniunoo the infoi-ution yau. ‘rural by the agucy of th1§ Bocdqunrton. 51 acutely. R. A. GRUSSEIDGT
  20. 20. DATE UNITED 5TAT§ AIR FORCE ’‘ 2o December 1919 1.: . Tu: Inn-tcu-on Gtrauuu H59 2’~"2U-7? anon Maul Iv I. __ . ILXLLRIB L. smuar }. _CI 03;}, IEPOII Iflfi A? Do 95, Wright-Pa‘»:1ar: on AI-'3, Dayton, .oh1o sxgnung or Uu1d. on11- . ,,. t 15.1.6.21,& December 191:; fifll D0 35, Virtght-Puthoruon AFB, Durban, Ohio . _:_— Inna ' Inventigsfion roquoshd by Lt Co]. A. J. BEIBEB1 JR. (11102, ‘rephnical Annlysia muuon, Eq me. On. 23 October 1919? sighted d (2110. to ‘was piulad up Ln untdnnuriod flying object over I noinzntl, Ohio, opontorgpf in 3 aonrchlight beam. 1/Sgt the object in ths sea: -ohlig-, ht ban on O. ’ of the nsrohlight, hu picloed up ‘ swan separate occniou at three separate altos. Sea‘z: ¢_: _11>1i_; ,}: z"_c_': >e§_h_. an‘_. _ A ‘tbs-u%I= nn " ' V _ ‘always been verfi. condiuonajmvo been pracucallx . I —* amok-oooooiouw _PhV8100"Dp&'UIUnt, ‘ -- Ti nrhi, shined thn dm-I the object to be an allmonphoric phenanlnono ' '- -4. -_~ :1. . _.: '». .-; L. -éa pp; *1) O-208
  21. 21. 5n au.21nv XBn_. IL'3s me invutigetion we requested by Lt Colaml A. J. Hi-33822381‘. JR” 1 . Intelligence Dept: -heat, Headquarters, Air Duel’, hehnieel Analysis Divieizn, lneeriel Canal, Durban, dxie. in e Routl sheet, dated 5 December 19h9, incleeinz-. t copy of e lute: D: -an Cineinm. , (hie ' uee Genernlfllllimlnli, Iieulquu-tare, 113;}, but 1 . . _ - “"""11g, he been tower’ ds txe ‘ ' riled in thirleteer dntjeu in an been ecu». light. 11:0-object Ins 1m: gone up on ihid ti: ne'eer‘h. in Inlleg-‘: cb;1ee'ee*eere picked up 111 fine light-been with g Ihile using an Any 1 muagnunoa object 23 oeeebec 1919, at I different ceeuiaxu ecu-ehligkt tar earn-tieing pupcue, he had picked up en . .‘ / - fie erigirul objects A - AT CIZICIIILIII GIG 2. on 1.6 December 1915 n: cm— ' I cinnti, Ohio, VII ineervi tint on the evening er 25 October 1919 he and reehnieel Sergetnt were ape: -eting 3.75:: Stlrplnl 300,000,000 candle paler eeerehlight a. Peter and Peul Chur , 21:20 Irezivenne, Formed, (bio for cdvertieing purpose: at egrproxiantely 1915 heart. ‘he search- light, when vertical, picked up what appeared to be a circular lunineue object ~. :‘nJ. oh. oécuyxiad epproximtnly 25;‘: oz‘ ' _1:o‘nebeyenx! finetip or theboen. 1915 to 2215 heart. ‘ . it app: -uzixniaely 2130 hours 1 string 01‘ s-mil indefinite (ri- nn. -gnlnr object: sgpeu-ed to enenete has the large c‘ob, joet, ‘«. *.i. ved sea: -oh— .7 then turned out of the been ‘zovrérda the cont‘: - li'- l‘ hd that the appearance and £15 descent of those high pitzzhed '. -thistle or shine. Th advised that there He eeizirnted fin: there were twelve to 1‘ rteen objects out cud diseppeu-ed. object: we: accompanied by n ' were we grexxpe of objecte. and the size or amen diving object: was app-e: :i. ne= Eree time: the size cci‘ e fighter aircraft; At the ties of this on he staying the min object tin-nah e bleeecpe. The telescope In e 20: prism‘. -.ie telescope am: e hnxeyepieoee Be efieted tluzhe believed fin! -.he bedenzehbetter eightot ‘me- diving ahjeett fix: was else yreeent but fiat all in the ~ people who were present new the diving objects. '50 main object at more flan 35,000 feet. Ee nrfiner advised the ct I yrevieue _ eigktingof an ebjeetezuilturd. oueenlvsepenber l9h9hee11d e hduvguleeed fine height or the cbjeot by using the seerchlight been as :11»: pr better. ‘B11: trinngulntian In crudely dam end little attention we yuan be taking exact xneeurennntu no use preeent at ‘we later sightings of the object on 21; catcher 1919 an 19 loveaber 191.9. ‘nae object In : ri. o1ud- up tor up. ‘ proximately can-w uanueeu on 21. October by eleuae. on 19 Hanmber 19199‘? §t'bl: np‘-Jed ‘he take acne pictures of the ob- ject but nothixg appeared on the negatives. ' In a second interview on 21 December W nteted that he and ESTER: -Z had opersnnd the aeerehlight on the preceding ewe 214;, 20 December 191;»), 19.59 and than weeloet due to being covered —
  22. 22. ' 'm‘.1.'. 'iir'9ort, Covington, Kentucky! 1;? 2200 hours the object ' again before 2230 hours -an opinion ths. t.. the object flan ~oh;1oo_t¢_i_ _g " _i'u. i.1'g. .. , mu contacted on-.1S~. _Deecnbcr 1915 nnn‘I; ._a£jbox' !9,. ‘o~bmbed that there had boon 1,1‘ -‘ - 16.000 not and another thin overcast at 25.000 to _ the woods}-. or soqoenoos for the prsooding elghour. period, 2d'uaoanam- 19): ; checked at the ca; mghe Advisory Service, Pro- vident‘ 3on1: Building, cincinnstl, Ohio and reveolod that an as-aa. ter~cincinnd1i' . M1-port ‘¢I. othor~ station, which is ‘located agproximtoly 20 mile: from llonood, Chic, roported A thin oretoaat at %,0O0 foot and a visibility oi’ better than 15 miles during ‘Bu period from 1300 ‘the report from ! h;rI: on, ‘(h1o for fiat some poriod -one 3. thin overcast at 25,000 feet . =«i‘. hn. ‘chin layer of bro}. -3:1 clouds iron 12,000 bo.15,000 toot; Yisihctlitv was reported}: better tbu: :l5 miles. mo following are the weather sequences for the period from 1930 M12330 hours» aaraern Standard am -as-roportod guy. the . 1+. ,. on 21 October 1919. , were . — Esfimfiaé 50,000-. _ thin overoast, ‘yislb1ltty ‘. >c*k*. ar"ti1a:1-i 15 211133, teunperoturu 59°, dawpoin‘-: 50°. _' -' Ssizbatod. 30,000' thin overeat, sisihiliw ‘better flan 15 ailos. ttaspershire 59°, deirgolnt 15°. -- V 2130 - ~Ba1:imo‘bod thin-hrekann 310358, +1sibiLi1;r‘bo%'tor", _ fifaan 15 miles, tsupersun-e 57°, dewpoint l;2°. _ um: scattered clouds, visibility better up V 15 miles, taupe: -stxre 55°, dovrpoint 113°. ' 2330 «— humus 3o, ooor 31:1» bi-onion clouds, izsiunfiz hates: ' than 15 miles, -honporxturo 55°, 12°. 2030 ‘£230. - 50.0%‘ Technical -«" . - « . . inhu-viewed. on 22 December 1919 and utatedbthat he ope wood by the saints Peter andfanl Church, ‘slor-wood, Ohio. (mic, '; re. s Surplus saarchlight Tioatlser Station’ star-sober Cinczln-I -_ 7' A . _' . V . . 4~. _ A - . ___. ... ... ?.. ?.-___n. ~r cw. .. . — . ; . =a-. x~. « . .,. .-an». ., g__. L_. . —. ~.»'n>~«: ;-. .¢. <. =ii. ::. -: mu. -;. .,<. ,.— , ..f—4_—_:2?§. .:_n§fi; ~§$}. _:’S! v_ 4..4.. in <. _», ,4:. .:; :4_. _ . . , , -‘. ~§¢_ - " * ~«'»'. "~fcfi"v1.i-. ;_| -41;, -,' -VF. -.; ~;-_¢. —. ~f‘§: : : ,—; ‘«‘:
  23. 23. .1:$. mio. s on second at fiaoobjoetvu onl, _-_ iuflndoiro. .cI: ie. , one object In picbd 1:; st : " tndo baboon 15 and 20,000 Ioet. ‘the object 1 picked up tgtin until. 2115 hours. P j advised tam: ghxflasr odvined that the B1176. sighting oz the object an 11: mn- turnad the light on to ‘boot it at ohout duck ford, Ohio on 11' sephnbor 1919. Be ) and picked up an object, which looked 112- A white glow in the con- V then turned the 1:13;-It of! and. could one noflaing. 219 did this . ;'-‘ several tims, gioidag an the object each time. 13-: turned ‘the ‘: e<o_. go‘ali. ;1-1t,6n gu ’ ’ _ " ““ soon as it booom dark and the object was in tho beta and fhara for zip. ' ‘_. .A_-_. -«, ___ _proxL-nately one-halt hour and than no cove the sixth. sighting ox’ the object occurred on 19 Noveuber 191.9 no 811111;: Pater and Paul church, Box-no ' Ohio. The light was turned on at approximately 1330 hours. At 1915 hour so’: the beta of light flash on ‘the object. “ lie t inundinbely diaopyeored. Abou‘: a aimxte later put the light on the ohjeo and was present he picked the object up again. outed fin ‘ ‘aura: of are ohjec . when developed, ’ at this sighfing, and too’; sane o
  24. 24. ‘mo Lnt aighung or the obfoot 20 Doeunbecr 1919 At Sunts » Poet? and Pun). Qnu-uh, Jo: -wood, an: hind tint he tan-znd flan llght . on at app: -walnut]: 2015 hours and 91 d the objoot up 1.mnd: I.a. tn1y. T M: £11-st. _ thu object at very rnglnt ind nppurod to he mum mullet flan usual. mo ob-~ ; jut hbr houm mob ht-ldrhr. At npprcdnntaly 2130 fin object ! PP°I. x-od to vet mo): bx-suns: And. qt-Asul out nlnoctu large at tho ban and ‘8un. d$88ppotrQd-- g‘ :7 . ‘.- f. " ‘run-‘H-wr ieumr am; st -11 ughflngt at flu object fin be-afior tho nu-ehltgxt Inn! to beta I wt-t1cI.1 position in ox-dnr to-pick up chi object. mien fin beta or the nu-chnght was nand km the variz-13:1, tho object diap- peu-od. fl rhhd that when an ban was mud of! the object, tbs objcnt 6. Dr. mmu, auo{| !"al ‘Lm1v'ura11.y o Cimimnti, Cincinnutl, Ohio. was interviewed on olnbnr 1 and he stntad an‘: -. ho was present In: sum: Pour And Paur Gnu: -oh, . No: -wood, Ohio, otrtho mania; or 20 December 1<)i;9 when the object»: aightair, . D2-. ."crou1d zaba no atataaont us‘ to = -.‘na- 9:301: mm: -o o£‘~= rm: he--~ ' . 2.-aoverment of the beam was due co the retraction of 151: light beam by either ham or A lower layer of thin clouds. He stated that he behaved the object 115991: to , ‘no the light of the beam 31:11:13; 5. ‘nigh lagrar o; "thi: :_: :1:>uda. He stauaod, .tm. ~‘. _z - -- ‘ ; . . ~ ‘die fact *'‘. ..-. a'*: the , a'o; j3o‘h. app9&rqd to rsnain in the =9.:10 plaéo-when we was ~- dua to the nut thnthé had not bung-ountuhnnizhoocexzrrcnoo tookphu. E0 baud Mu ecqsluntion at ‘:10 nnare or the object an that not that thovappooranco and dinppcu-use or who ohjoot an tbs night of Q Doocnhcr 19149 ecimidod with tho rsoerhd high olaud osmium: km the O1-arbor C1:ac1n: -11:1 Airport Woctlur Bu: -ouz. V - / .' mcmsu-mu - b » _ H ‘ it A - Copies of dz-nizgs mdo at Sun . aighflng or theobjeot on 23 onto 9 919. T CIDSED
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  26. 26. 1 v u-1 ( W: -fin 1.6 hr 50 1, in 0-—-. __r (vnnlnutticd) again or Dxrldntifiod AorLn11®3oct n. vgmgm, mo, unelhub.195o—sncn1.mqu1n i-‘? wW I211-«stat-no oz Intdliguno, nos/ o, ~ ‘ ; ‘i ’ " 350 Co1.l.0ctl. on‘&-u: nh _ ‘~_ . _ 1 otne. ox sp-em. Innaupuou, m 4. nmfiou bryunr sum-nuon 1: coy: dos: and m E; -eh _ cunu-n1n_¢‘npu. oudnlucct. .. - - 2 ' -__, _ _ _ _ _ . ‘ é *'_‘: :" . 1 Iml am 3. LEV! °51 321% Inc‘-Ll 3-118 Acts 51:10:, Counter Inxolngnoo D17 roabvnhon-BN5 osx, m,u. -12 - dtd 1.0 In so ". ""T 5.>T~'. CLASS! FIC. v'Z‘IC-X CA. .. . n. ., ._ 3'1 . -I: TI10!‘. Kt‘}‘i| - ism} > ' gurus”. -3 ; -.- . / 1 I A =1 When Incl No. _--_. .[__ is (ETBT ‘l1thd1'8FD . Z or not. attached. the classification of 1’ ‘ LL; :. .3:~: 'e3pondonce- -3%‘; x111 be canuo in accordance with 2 P31‘ 25 5, HR ‘ I -
  27. 27. u. :49" ~---- 2 1» x_ oennuznr or 1»: AIR ronc: g HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES KIN FORCE ‘ ‘ wnsnmcrou SD-OSI/ MS/ seb ; In mnunnl «end. vu: 4 5700 IISVIKV EVHCI’ OI S7(<£lL lIV(Ill| '<AIlOl! ) i Wllueli-PITYIIIOI All VQKK IAIK. IAVVON. OHIO In nru Inn to: 2)*_2]_ “arch cial I esttgohiong _ Air Poi-’§e; ‘-T-F3 ii 1. SINOPSIS: At 0650 hours on 5 march 1950, :1:-. . mr at Dayton municipal Mrport, Vandalia, , ’ sighted an unidentified a. eri&l object on a bearing of 110° from the ‘_ control tower, and approrlmatalv 30° above the horizon. Object remained '0 . ‘". :.——'. - in sight from 0650 hours until 1000 hours at which time, it was obscured by clouds. During the period that the object was~: Ln sight, it was seen , . by at least trrenty—£1ve (25) persons. An Air National Guard pilot, who . __' 53' -' took off in an F-51 at 0900 hours in pursuit of the object, indicated ‘ C‘-. _ that he believed the object to be the planet, Venue. ’ - » 2. DEEAIIS: Mr. sdchief Airport Traffic Con- observed the object from 0700 hours unt: L'L it was obscured by clouds at 1000 hours. At 1000 hours, when it became obscured, the object had moved to a point 160‘ from the control tower, and appro>d. mately h5° above the horizon. they descrlbed the object as circular in shape and 2‘ appearing to reflect sunlight. J2-. , Executive Officer, last | n Municipal Airport, Vandalia, I Lt Colonel DAIE. E. SHAFER Fighter Group, Ohio NatiO g__ Ohio, in an interview on §r_’]larch"1990;'? _ ted that he had first sighted . the object at osoo non; -e<¢-ufe-6 uar駧. ~195o. __1.+. Colone1:fSHAl'E£"took or: in an F—51‘a1.rcra£t at pIn= g31ed. the>V91;i3.c'tA, ’,o1-_ appro)d- I mately twenty-five (25)-nlmxteo. Qolonel SHAEBR climbed-rbdaan ‘ altitude of 39,000 feetiand proceedézfiiiy 9.‘-‘point appro; ;1.mat. elv'l00 mas from Vandalia, Ohio, on A . hea. d:_Lng 'of‘l60‘. '. T At“th1e-point, theépbjact eared no nearer and hz, zcl_:41ot‘_i, ‘.1;_1a. ng, ed 1n} size or shape. Lt Colonel was convinced that"-t1': e,ol53oct tag. the planet, Venus", whicii is the star at this than of’; y_e'§-1r‘. " . _,. .3» " - " -« ' punéinssuéuéo , .
  28. 28. 51)-cs1 (SD 2h—21) 10 March 1950 Spot Intelligence Report Subj: Sighting or Unidentified As: -12.1 Object at Vandalia, Ohio on 8 March 1950 The control tower at Patterson Air Force Base was notified of the object at 07(1) hours on 6 March 1950. The tower dispatched two F-80 aircraft to investigate, but they were unable to locate the object. Radar unite alerted ‘qy Patterson toner were unable to locate the object also. No further investigation is contemplated in this case. dw. JAIE F. X. 0'00N11'x: l.L Lt Colonel, USAF District commander 3 . AG'. l'IOllx ‘/ /J 573:7 - 1 l I i < x
  29. 29. fir-J . -'2»-. «-p . .»-¢ 1‘ : ., . ~. '-. ~t. -; . -_~»~-~«, ~w- = A.. . aw’ v. am: --. .-. -., »:_w-n'$3': » ' " ' " > 1. “- «mu , a I, ‘ , ‘ . -.. . —. a~. -.‘. ..«. .._. ..‘. _ ‘ . .. . . V I’ , DEPLATMENT or THE AIR K sacs STAFF MESSAGE DIVISION my/ rg INCOMING CLASSIFIED MESSAGE P{. Z7;. ' T~I-ER. -X33 NOT REQUIRISD ‘ P. .. .1_. .. . :' - Fm’: -.12: COW! -E117?. ’mC '»: :r1;: _. i: Patte; -son AI-‘B Ohio , 1: v_'z'g. ~.= .11_; ’:r3,: ;‘; §a‘>‘z'§_I>c mm Dir of _spec Imrj = _ A I ‘A '9 its: so A '1" ~ spééfi-‘éfibz-5;’ , aa-Aécs: zaiéer ea; Sighting or am'; denti:1eé; jJ» : =a1z-‘: »o: 'na -object: -ego: -{zed "by CAA con~'sro1- 1130-yer at Dayton A1:-pa: -t, . ‘ Von. -;a11a, .on1o, firm G530-15:30 hours, 8 march 19-50. Iurauirg Air -‘-‘Fa+. io: *.aI. C-1.. ..>= =*'/5. pi'. Z.'3’73 indicates object probably '(<: nus. abject _ described as ci: 'eu3.ar, I‘. =3fl(-: ’.'. ‘7.‘. ‘3.':1g light, at extreme alti‘-21:53, 160 _ degrees from ‘fanclalie, 011310, :30 degree? ‘to 45 degrees aha‘-rs horizon. ‘ sfightaé by_'as1;1rr. a": ed -2.3 pscplo. I. e-I: .‘. :ez~ spot follows. no 'lnv3si:3.go. t:oz~. in progress. 3 ‘: } ~‘7;. v'5Za‘< EI6'. ".'«-r. ».—. . . -. '.-‘-; !:. ‘LT-«L V w-m‘5': .-: .. c. u:cax. w;, _:>_. "‘ _~A 05‘ 121;: L; '.. ..--. .: CLASSIFICAHOY BY AUTHORITY tum an xuuz: _nzpx, usu: ..__ ———»———------~' “ "Eastman , , use ma , . _._. __—. _. -----*rrm~. _é‘: r_ je. er. ~4-: ~_; ;;, __v. :»; -‘9~, ~;- -’¢‘. g,‘~, .,. ;-, ,.: ,_‘_. .., __ . ; 7.‘1-. .«+. gq-. ... -r. .aruv». «1». -.v. »fina'.5» | ___. :A__—. —-—-l——-—- UNITEU STATES AIR FDR‘ mg msvrcrca ans; VJ, V‘. 1%. 2: . 3 v_. . ’ ""~""“’-““”. ‘§: -¥: ‘."‘. v" - "L ". ~ UNCIASSIHED . .‘. ‘.. ,_. mm. .-4-s. -.s-: .u1:: -". ~:, .s-4.x;3;2;: $;-g_a»; ~ TH! MAKING of AH EXACT COPY OF THIS MESSAGE IS F°RBID9KN nmsxox. osr mo ~ ‘ ' . ~ . : ' . _,___. _.‘_. ;.; ;;_. ._. -.. __. .___, __. . _, _. . _..1.. .._‘. _.. _. . ... , _ _. . S _ ‘____ _‘ _ __‘ ‘ _ g '.
  30. 30. I DEPARTMENT OF‘ THE AIR FORCE HEADQUARTERS UNITED 5TAT§ AIR I-‘OHCE W‘A5I-IINGTON as. u. c. OFFICE OF SPECIAL IKVE3"IG3TICK5 ran: :: ;s; ~_: s?oa 93:. .'. ’+L ‘:3 ‘i t . y 9 5 R’ F r' 2 . ’ €/ f--; -r . <!_-5". /:'.4‘z_ -' J5 5 Will’ 1 50 , 1’ . _‘, ‘:1-132)? .AZD 2-: FOR CHIEF, CCL“. «“I’. ~.. — . -Z': "c‘. LLI: 'J: “:. '-'33 Dlvlslétis/ I Attn: liajor Hold SUBJEC'1‘: Unconventional Aircraft (Unclassified) 1. At approximately l3v00 hours on this date Lt Colonel O‘Connell, ‘ District Commander, 5th'CSI District, called the undersigned and stated that he had received a request from ALI’: to make certain inquires as indi— ‘ ‘ cated below. He said that General Cabell, Director of Intelligence, this ‘ headquarters, had called Colonel ‘Sateen at ALIC with reference to an article ‘ which appeared in the Louisville, Kentucky “Courier Journal" concerning an ‘ I n ‘, ,/ individual who had taken raoving oictures of a flying disk. Headquarters ~ J‘-J16 told Colonel O'Connell that General Cabal]. had requested that action be taken to obtain the moving pictures and to interview the person who had tter should be made in such a. ia. =.= .': ~‘?5: ‘aa-5'». ':$. ‘ ‘ ‘ taken them; further that in: ,uiriee in this ms manner -as not to indicate Air Force interest. 4 “-2.; z. '§; ‘;'». .q. 2. Colonel O'Connell also stated that General Putt and Colonel Boushey, ' ff ~ Headquarters USAF, had .13-.33 an inziapendent racuest upon 2-Zeadquartors . =.: i'3 ‘ _'-similar to the) request by General Cé‘oell_. ;’_ '7 — W" V 3. ’ ‘Colonel O'Connell stetedfto the undersigned that he is reluctant to have one‘ of his agents contact representatives of the Louisville , ‘ Kentucky - - f . "Courier Journal" and conduct the additional investigation indicated in this ’ matter inasauch as the identity of the agent as a representative of the Air I, 3-ores must necessarily be disclosed and this would indicate the Air Force interest in this matter. Colonel O'Connell said that he feels the best ~ procedure might be for ? ~.: 'u-_- to contact tr-. eI~‘EZ locally and request that a , ; representative of that agency conduct the necessary investigation, thereby ’ precludi: -,3 any indication of Air Force interest. However, Colonel C'Connell 7 said that he would ‘ ' to hav ‘‘ a oroval of the Director of__S_p_e, c,ia_. l;HI£1_- " V5Sti)2:‘1t. iQ! l5__‘O_9_n':9‘I'e groc_e__s_: _d; ng in this : .n. =.: ::; e__r. - - 1.. I discussed the above with ‘Jajor Hold and he subsequently inforsned metmt he had talked to a representative of the Office of the Director of Intelligence, this headquarters, and that this representative had stated that OSI should not directly or indirectly (through the FBI) attempt to obtain the information iniicated above. ' ; _ . w;, . A. 25:4. -7. 22:5. I. r..3s: .uc'n as this is a matter under the co_, ;:= _iz. ance of the Counter- 1'ur'-char action as neces33l'}', "'Conne‘. l, 5th 031 District. 53 Inte11.i: ',ance Division it is 'r. ere= .-zit‘. -2 referred for ‘*6’ 2.9-. ..na~. . u‘-; v'-= /1‘-. »i. *?_. .-. k‘i. ':: v.'. ’-, ;>; -.: including furnishing tales-honic aivice to Colonel 1. I told Solonel O'Connell that in the future when he has the "'a- -‘W-Tntel . ‘3ren«‘e ; -«: -I. -“&. I‘. ‘¢ : . L (For your inf‘or-nation, any Questions on matters in this field he should cont: - , £{. ).. §.v‘¢A-% E --’}. 3R-1'3-I-.1’ ' _Z‘ ,4 -".5ra-F"‘; ‘v’! .:c-7«i2'e. ':. -=: :9,= ~.
  31. 31. ‘ . A‘. ( a’J'a. . 4. -- - A-A ' DEPARTMENT or THE AIR FORCE ‘ HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATE AIR FORCE WASHINGTON 25. D. G. . 5 July 1950 p 5, 4. or 1 I I. }. !'rJ£ORANDUM I-UR: DLEC'1CR, SPECIAL IWESTIGATIQNS SUBJECT: (Unclassified) Unc onvsntional Aircraft ‘F-‘~'-{=7 ' ~‘-: .». ‘-? :*: ;L-‘-“. -.‘~' - memorandum from Chief, General Investiga- concerning captioned subject, dated 5 3? ' 1. Reference is made to tions Division to this Division, July 1950. 2. Major Nold ha AFCIN, who in tum discussed the re Colonel Stattler, Acting Executive, recent personal reousst from General Ca the motion picture ‘film through contact with t ville, Kentucky. Technical Capabilities Branc they would take theresponsibility for withdrawing any request nade_by ion that the film would not be that Directorate in view or their convict ‘ t and could probably not be I 5 I V i -» : <>v= ~.: :-*. :—. v.: .., ':‘1; s contacted the Technical Capabilities Branch, quest being made of D0 #5 with Lt. AI-‘OIN. liothing was known about a bell that action be taken to obtain he "Courier Journal", Louis- h instructed Major Nold that -. v we . .y-. likely to add anything new on this subjec the Air Force interest. secured without compromising ; ~ _ M 3. Colonel-Roth, Executive to General Putt was aware of arequest ' '* ‘ . '’''‘'‘‘'to Ali} whinh'was‘based on thsdesire of Dr. Valley, Research 8; Development ~. Board, to see such a film it one_'ex. ‘..3ted. The Directorate of Research and ' Development stresses that they would not desire that any interest inthe film on the part of the Air Force be revealed to the "courier Journal. " Colonel Roth expressed a personal opinion that it would be nice 11’ (SI could arrange to secure a copy of tin film in some covert manner but if that was not feasible he would recontact Dr. Valley and recommend that if I Dr. Vallfey still has an interest in seeing the film that he arrange to 5‘ I it dies negotiate directly with the "Courier Journal. " 1.. Lt. Colonel O'Connell, District Cosxnander, Sth C61 District, was contacted at approximately 1615 hours on this date and informed of the 2 above. He proposes to in1‘or: n Colonel ‘Iatson of All‘. that OSI representatives 5 could not hope to make inquiries in this matter without risking an indica- 0'Connell proposed further to determine ‘ tion of Air Force interest. Colonel if Colonel Watson desires to recontact his requestors (AFOIN and AFDRD) for - further evaluation or the mtter. will advise this headquarters of any further "-‘1W 'g~e. -.¢. -,3. -. ,_. ,,. ., . -1.4;‘ 4. . »-1. . .‘; .- ; ...4:*. ~:r. . “' . . «s. vK§Vv: .. -.-. a.. _ , .._s. ..: .,v: ..= ;. -.~ 5. Colonel O'Connell developments. cnassmcn-non c. :~'-: z=: x.I. %:o“x; s‘. -.* . ~.-. : _ av AUTHORITY or 1'91: mm; -.. :1-. -.4 . .~. . M. ‘Tm 3- 30353": JR ; ' X; Xx V 3 L35“; ltq Colonel USAF . ' 3v ———<--———-—- n ___ . _,<__‘___, __‘ _ ___ chi; f, ’Counfi, -3_n Intglligencg ljivr > Of ice of Special Investigations ' Inspector General . ., . . . - ’-J31. img. -;6‘= I.= .$L= t:. :g, §;¢,3.; ,.; ,w. §;. g,3g; :H‘— 3; . . 1* E? ‘ "'sa. .'. .*. :?~ss‘ D312 “fid 1 i u . , 1.. .; . ,—, -.= ..4»~. ... .w_~, r_v. .,ers: a~; n~rxra: z«~%-'fi-'~: £x5?. ..~b; <>5ii
  32. 32. '" ‘“’flhgn Incl Sc, .. JC, _ 15 43:3; fiahdrawn. , ‘.. -fir , :,o. .. I . 'i: .‘~''o ( ‘ . ~.? :sI/ bag i~old/ bj. -.~, /5362 « K ‘firtn 25 Jul 50 (Duals-strand) uammnnzn ssaux. 05.1301‘, cmcmnau, emu - spacm. Imam! Eocuunts in Disscninaunn Br, Diroctaratc of Int, -L11;-neg, D08/0 Camtcr Intolligoucs Div, °1£! .A'. c of spacial Imoatigsiuuns, Tb Inspactor Gem: -a1._ 35°31 Attach! ts: gun» subset, dntod 1;. Jul: 193). " ‘U 1 In). man 3." un a/1 It so .45, cm 1:. Jul 50, 1/ %b1ta . The Impactor Geno: -11 ‘o not= at§¢aha: , its cla: :---caL1on a; :11 ha cangolléd in azcoréanco wit par 2$e. ~A3R 295-IL '“ D3;a: .lca-uneu§. .,¢; —_. _ _ h'_h. a" hma‘u_‘°: :*= ;.: ‘uu~nm- ns_-no d -9 ubolhurvuesu-nm: sr: .uy, a«u. ““°IIldb ; IIo~IQ -"V """°'“ "37 Will -I3-I-Iy allhautnafipy ': :.: dilhduhvodadinnlfiululuuatuny. UH? clues xr 21.-135/5 38JuLc@ 1 ma Hold/ bin/536-23 tign 13 _a input; or Invostiption concorning Act; C'n. io. ', Counter Inzclligcnco Div Cftico of 393231;]. Invustigltlona H. .: u¢. L:.2.l-. .,. .:. . I
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  34. 34. tan ': _,. .:m"; . Soak-21m ummmmmmowm 1331151131. ' 1. This ifxvecbigation was requested by colonel BRUNO‘! El. FKIIIIIG, (mist, Tcchnioal Analysis Division, Intelligence Department, Lu: lhtcrial Command, in a Banting an! Hooord Shoot, dated 29 June 199), fzrannitting the following let- Jum 19) —~ "Chief (R‘A1.rera. tB Laboratory Bu: i.‘Ldi. ng 50 ‘ IIGREIA midi! Field, Chic "near 311-: "I an anxious to’ know what this contraption is. It was feud with 1ts'po: Lnt bu: -'1ed in the bard ground in my home town sou. . V T *’1D_ilB. . ~ ' . . Tho sun that: rorérrod to in the foregoing are attadud to this report as zxiub1ea ‘Lf thnugh -n-. _ » Golonnl E'! .II. I1I6~, in his request, 'I'c. atad that if (51 investigation ilk dicatea that the 16:: is of any merit uhatncvi. -, his office is desirous of gutting the piqued. its :9: hrrbhur anflynia. A1‘ cmcm; u, om / Drivn, 01.no1uut1,'Oh: I.o, revealed that . cu: -onto to ziinneoota Strut, Ia: -1-en, Iinneoota, whore ' hau for tho aunt: -. Tefiploynduatoachratthowflmtlinafiizh School and 1.»; um-ouguny 1-mahlo. -jmn-. n.r adv-use that “us: with him‘ for approadnately two took: after school has hem dismissed for the sunset and for the sauna period ore the beginning of the new school term. In conclusion, vised 1'. not the type 92 individual who dis-
  35. 35. '3 , . i K . ;.Ja. .i'£1u' . '_ V‘ UIIID! -'. '§| '1'IPE EJSGT V _ ! cussed personal houses: and had, at no tine, mentioned any umumal | . at his home town or Ian-en, flimeoota. FORGO: A!flim(BI: andD0&CEIOAmzHL. > L ’- Four photogropll at object attached hereto as Exhibits 'A''§__ ! 2 w. -“ll-'°!18h "D-. i T ~- - , .‘ ~ ‘ ‘ . 3 _i mama l E 1 "‘ Q I i ; - ” > ‘ ‘: ' w _ '1 3 . -. .. A - ~ ? . ”" i i 1 / . ‘ I '1 ! 2 I ! ié : ‘
  36. 36. Ulmoflb IEADS DISTRICT cmrlcz £10. 21., 1660 3. runs pm BLVD, CHICAGO: n. LmoIs I AT WARREN: MINNEOPA 1. mu interview wawen, Minnesota g tion relative the un itied object shown in am! elicit his complete mhibita "A" through "D". 2. tun make discreet inquiries relative tofl reputation for . ; character and credibility. ‘ 3. 17111, if poésible, secure the unidentified object and forward same to the 5th OSI District. _. u. L. i / 1 . —.'; ‘». .': -14.. -». .. . . . ~. ... __. ._, L._. .._ -. ___. . . (1.. .. , _ __ “M” / /
  37. 37. uurrzn STATE! nun none: "I-I "1 ‘WE TH: lust-Icron amtuut. 213-350 J. August 19% CFVI1 OW BXCIAL INVEITIGATIQII mm. ‘ "Am -V REPORT OF INVESTIGATION meg-3 ‘L -_. ;n'; _Lm3 3 A IIIZV HAD! AT mi2h.16éo£aydan: mva, cm. ,n.1 FUSE 2733551950 wilt! of 3.‘! !! no is, I: -:; &r_g. t.u-son A38 - - SYAHB 893% UPDI &LI? IDI' Chief of Police, ?. ’a. r:'an, "ii1ancaota, stated. 13 of good ch: :acte. r and reliable. fall: stated he 03 v ' ’ July 1950 tar Bonn; Wnsnchuctts, ‘ thine: to Ci. nc1:| nnti, Ohio. Roland been in Ru-rcn, Ztmuuu, pk-11:: :c_-this visit ' - only d: n'1ng~Chr13¢nI: !: oJ15373§ 191:9. _ « -- . ‘.'ot+. .-13" the flatly nor the _cniof of pqlia . had an at aw nchino 3.n"poa«n’sx. on 0 1:11:13: to tan umuatlxiod, anvil]. obficto . cmsszncanov c. u- 'J”‘. f" *--‘A--~ BY AU"I'HOR_~': '§' Cy §§’; TL'~f'~’ » _ ‘ ' '; - Y —; _.. _, . i_‘_! El. ’ ~_: ;._a'[£o sn ft ; m_ . =-'. --"‘ s. ~'sr= {F2 n—. r; r-» 374?: 'QhIUAP(XIToI'Il‘. ‘ - _ ~ '-
  38. 38. 1. Annsq? vuunt. nnu.1ua. nnm: a: Ghl. a!a£Po1£m, hnt-“daulapnut Barron. lflnnuou, x-ovuhd iufonutlon 15 nan. up in In-ran during noun yous. flu tutu Inn has principally’ {or A short tin dsriizg tin aunts: and posdbly‘ at
  39. 39. uunsvswzizn nun DISTKOT 039133 E. E. fizlfifi-PA‘l"@$l US‘ 3121503. 0310 L? ‘ OED- Q1111. znufi I'ov upcn! :1.nrcf. urnf. ¢.. Z _c1na$: nnL. .0hi. o,'_on apguuin August 1.993, at 382:7 9!-ab » D: -1,70,. I111 By upprcxinnhhjuc :2 we dun. ..’ ’ . -;-«y :1 . ’
  40. 40. '4:s. .E¢*iJ. fiAvi-i1i%2c. ‘.. ."g's. ;;E': mm xskric 3 . ma, yflriaht-Patterson Airfares Base 3° 051/ '‘ Dayton, Gm '5.-= _._, _-. :,_“. ,,-_. »;_, .5. ‘A 1a~imr}. ted tn, the fact that m"n= &gauco. .- ' cat. was made from scrap items. d a used of an oidwashins cover, part of a radio set, Ian . I insecticide “bomb”. Rn-that that the object. was disposed at in the : ‘ . I city dunip of i’la1-ran, Elinnasota. 1;. who :11» or this ornca inveatzlgstiuao ‘é : : :1 5:’. 3' . _Kh”RIJ(. .xl: flZE. capt. US? f -. _ . liistnrrizn -~r-. .- ». «.—‘. *r-, o'. fxwx1.-4-*. ‘ «, _- . _. A . . . ~,, — . A 1 ma. . '1, air. no #21:. 19 Sen 50 (in hip) D! '.st1-l. ct commas: i . .?’<*: °‘-‘»-3i‘f’5‘ ’i‘a’. %z'“* 1 . ; . .,. .,, ,.. _ L'. . K‘? -1 -7"-w’-‘L: 7'9‘.4.as', 'i: .Z-k-§’; '4 . ,~. g;. ;.. ,',5_, -__'. ‘ ’ T ? UNCLAssm£D v . . ‘ , -.- I: -W»: .w. .«-, -.-. <.. .e. «.. ,_, ‘
  41. 41. __ ~"’_; _;5', Y-,7-, "IX: .Z/ ', 2-9‘-. ‘3—, ;, Arvauv W5 -' ~-. r . « 5n suamcn uxmmxnm mm muse: Ginaimafl. G119 SHKCIAL HQUE Guarding Ban»: -A1 Air Iahtaa-1:1 canard H: -153%-Pnttorson nr Form Bass Daybn. ch‘. Mm! mun 1. Banana is undo to our letter of 17 July 1950, subject mi ; :~: ¢.v; ~.-. a.q: —«. v.. <<+; :‘-av “ ‘ ‘ " ‘ ‘ ing to the chin! ’ or zone» at van-an, good uhnnntor» ' 1:. Report of Bpcozlaul aavoaxhmgatzsso. nus: -up which indhntn fintfimper A V. ‘martian-en, ln. n'nnaotn. . Loco: -d1n5to_ 4 trwohjaeiwhidawurmmdmpprmdnhlytwu -: 7 : ; ; ‘-| i'4¢r": i'. f‘, .. _-. - -, »_ pp, y:-; c§§-; §;¢; :§. ;7g{5§-_i; _$; a;. :;A *
  42. 42. ~, ‘i1‘L"‘:3‘, :5~; V.'. *-‘, ‘.«’3-'? ,’. s‘-,3."-Pf-K ~. ~>—: -—--<~. av. -I-. ~ -7 ~~ » A * = " ~ ~ " ' . 0 ’ I 1 EAx| lAK? I'R5 UNITED STATES All FT THE INSVQCTOI GENERAL OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS €05 OF INVISYI BATIOM TUHIDEWEIPIED AERIAL OBJEG Cincinnati, Ohio . -. -« . —. - . ».-. -.w: v.7.x'—. «T~«‘. "--'-~’f'iZ§-? - -‘-’7<: :4‘ object was found near Warren, 1! - < ago and that me. - object -in his possession in warren in the summer ’ . . '_ . or 1950. Dxroz-nnn1:'da-scribed this object _ I _. .". , _. r - ~ as a sort of minitureairplnne, Job or. .- ' rocket propelled, and containing 2. throw - ' (3) tube radio. He advised that to him the — sigzzificant feature or this object was the 3: facts that it appeared to have been xnadc in. ~§; a press rather than by hand, which indicated to him that it was and product or mass :4 Pr°d“°u'°u° CLASS! F!C': TIG§Y c. -.: ' - ? -9 , BY . -.111:-xc: ..‘: ;' ; ,;- . .,. _ . . . '; , :' ; .‘: : 4- , ‘firiyzb-Pater Dayton, Ohio At-. c-n: scnn J: «J3S F. , X. 0’COH'TTE'. L LB Golan: -J. ~, _l'BAP " I ‘. ",9“'°: : 0-208 nnuc areas you t . , I" I! V“! no noun ~ UNr's A ~ ~ - I 2 av. ..-| ;): II'IEC -‘. ‘.. .i? I; "Aa'~’a‘.5»‘. ‘1v‘«'¢. .914;-r. «=<A xvi -A= :x-. v.u--. '‘y . . . -. -.v. <.>; :wvV"-" H . ... —.. .. . ;—, . vu. «-_- er. - « ~. -: . ~‘_= 'ro-_v~¢j«’_. "-'-{i5‘: -'a'¢‘f.1352‘-5.533 :1 '7 ‘I‘ . ‘ «.3 -
  43. 43. '*"“'= ?~' . ~' . o.L-J- -6'2}: -;: -;1:. ..'. -: _-. » . ... . . . _ . -'_; ._. _°; ,a '94:); '4:-‘a’-““’_. ';°’>‘. “”4{; '¢ I .4 .4-. '_. ‘-‘ -J»: n, -.. - - « "'. .'. n-“ . :< ’4 Ca ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘.95.; .; A -. -,: .‘: : M , . = T S ‘ or this ohjeotwaa made in a‘ press rnéher than by hmd, which ‘tn; -any , aava. ae¢'t: r.uu: during the »smmevvof. "1950 he 1-. a1xcad. ‘wum . . ‘<1’ ‘ ‘I : 5n--21.. -21oa E _i UNIDKETIIVIED AERIAL OBJE01! } ‘, cinninnnti, Onto 1 DETAIISI ' A’! cmcmur, 031:: o l on 11 Aughst 19'5‘o, . sn-. . , - ; Drive, was. interviewed regarding the mndbntiried aerial objaa tetotheA1rPo1.-ee. _ni¢dv1aed tint Hr. ' ‘“ who operates a. sea-irszce station on the main ‘- . g__ ‘'1 gtnm. r1n ‘mun-en, ,.»H1nnenota. ,. round-"'th1s an-1a1'objeot uncut . W , we (2) years ago in the vicinity of warren, ntnnesota. and 1' inronnant photographed it-. _ just an hour or so after it ran found. ‘ 1 fie ataued that 1_. c"con2'_. a.ina a. fuel tank, a three (5) tube radio, 5- and dry cell: and that the opening at the rear of it appeared ; to have vented not g-aaea, gcaua1ng inruxwnant to believe 1:ha. t‘1t “ I E had been jetor rocket propelled. He _d1ac1osod that 11: contained ' ~‘ nordireotional sharing and had been comp1eto1y»covo1-ed, with‘ 1 '- I 3 this object, ‘informant: found * , n9tm. :;g to 1u:1:l. cat. e_1ta. plaoeeor maxxuraatnr. -9.. T aa_. £‘-. u-ths: .- stated thaiut he -tam» 3hoe‘~is_. !:rota-3. -than figlnut Hills 31;); school, ~ cimamm. -3,. Ohio, ‘ and feel: qn:1;Lt1ed' to say tlazttrthe-main body; indicated to him that 11: warn prodnnt at mass production. Be; A ‘_-; §:. ’,"f_. >I*‘. "x'. '-Te. ’-)“"n, .'. -25 '4', «_. ""‘-‘; .‘ * " <~‘ A ! «!x'. ' >z1}3o_'1nd: l¢ated that~he'at11I. "z:3s the object 111- his e . 3 ~. _, possession 1n ms: -ran, Euaneaota. Iafoxaant explained ma-de1ay_. e -. : I -in contacting the Air Force by saying that 1: was many months T 1' :3‘: after he made the pictures before 80lllOol. l~. 'V8!1g‘3OItBd hi: writing to m-igat-Patterson Air Force Baa, 1“ - ' -7 5:. -27.’; -“ PEHDIIB -‘~‘-’3~'--: ‘F~vi<a:5.§'&%Ifrv. ~i~ ‘. i'. ‘s‘—‘-1.-. v,'. *s': .
  44. 44. Air ? o1-oe. . an-ight-Putts: -eon Air Ohio.
  45. 45. . ‘ .1 Eéi ' a' . i : /‘*3 J)$L| ‘u _. |4Il1“. L. . Nnanolua-run u-mu IYATII Au: Iona THC lNI&1’0I ¢%IIAI. OFFICE OPIPIBIALINVIITIOAYIOHI IEEIT IAM IV f1? '3 QVETICITIX am A -JILLIXJS 5!. ‘ . ,,, ,,. , .1 ‘ ahrrea, Kinnuou, flndtt o 23- "aerial object‘, stand it. was only nhoax, nadnlrtl suohacrsp Lteuaa an old rushing anus: cover, part at a radio set» and 3 ' inleetideo "Donia". , 6&1-ea, lunuaots, one at the ashore at the "nu-£31 object, “ can- sun-cut. The object, nadeaboutayern age,1ns,1u:1cbdsoQ cm in the pass. CLASS[5'IC. TICIt' C ‘.3 . ET AL"TE’. ’.'! '.‘; l'3 ; L‘ 1.. .. 2- . ... . __mnmm ‘ 1' ‘Histnfhfl w. ..-. .. , .
  46. 46. rm-_= :=e'¢. =,, ‘ . .-. _ 1. In an K service station operator, and chaohetomdflnobieot, nforredtoioprovioueroporte as “an uniden- ( tlriod aerial object‘, about 2 year: ego. The object was found buklnd ‘ s , )iI: 'sK'3 ‘HY! -B! in iezren. ‘hm "u»d:5.onL' one ohriomaxr node tron various ; :5 5. ob3aota, eoehasaao1dvuJningudx£uoovur, perto! ara: uoeot¢hu- ' f I 31:, andxapont in: -aoticids. ‘have was greeetalkottlzrinxaanoere one Rartenom: upepornenhIdoadi1p1avvIriou! on¢i1o1ob3eotavdu. _1:am ‘ ‘ ads by local yoongntors. mama to an the object be round to i ‘* the owepepertor disp1yn1ao, burt1’orgobaboertit and evuaaellahad I 5 oaooenu tab: it to 1:‘ loan; dump with other items of Junk. Before he 3 5 did no, hovrevor , =hohadonoe livedin? -fan-tutu, uzwtho ; if ‘ 2 cnjact : ::xl aqsparentlg ‘believed it had some use . took ; h¢1*. o- ' ~ )1 ‘ _, . graph: or up objaot uuamgaummmug 1.1;. fifisusltovod um object 5 , _: node by AZ! 1003.1 tinazith. - . ». innit): warren Iiinnesou stated in an interricur i: v mar. ho had not an the Nan’-La; angler‘ nnuafi um. had only "ot. rea3ond" , _ _ _ M 't: ;o_“. AL1_. §ipiL’f ot the nun mung team», as tho request of‘ >. . _. ‘ of the tegcon-st ht: -tbarentore. this nu ' 1 . +.o who 1: appear: tint hotyuaee had been discharged; mm the ma. ‘ E e 3. a out of town on 3 3 an interview wit 3 , ' ’~ said that -am. . . . .~'-»». . ‘ 1- cm ob: -.»ua5oxuabaut2ya : __ the first pa-op. -nph, the nicer: : I 3 ‘ store and doauzaou easy. I »; ;_-» i 5‘ msuros mm: In viur of the anon xuornnuoa; q_q_, a's;3g; apt as node , g T. _to locate the ‘aerial obaect‘. uéordzzagzzo mama, { at g, '7 "1ewou1at: oa1aoae: :nposs1b1at. o4oaom-nnoruu ‘» ‘_"‘ large -‘comb or Junk at the city amp, which also 1,: 3 gaoriodioallyooverodwervlthoarthtyabulgdoaa-. —: n_arzanxn won comzrxox 1'0 owns: or cazan -A , T . , -; £'%"'§= .ul*! I ""-‘>“3'; "-"'*: '=i“>" "’-'«'? *'-‘”‘ v-~r- — —— -- -—--»~»~-. ‘. r~. -<Ts: .'(: a.*. ”%1'lr. :'<. ;-f»i{-:5-: ~1z>, ;-§7'{iEgfi3.: §‘; ,
  47. 47. "- ‘-2.1-. I'? .‘~‘-: .-‘-. ~'= '.»r~. ~=-. »iasg»~; .-. .». ,‘, ».. -.- , . . . _. _, .___ _ _. , , ¢ 5 ? - I. . . . ‘% ’. 3. E 3.? 3; evaluation maceo: -dance run 8 . fl . 5’ 59 ah-0 .9 7 luv 1952 L}, If SUBJECT: 5ig11_t gjl 3 . ' - ".9. n V SPECIAL BY 4 W a I my I . ‘BY _ “xuRILJu-l: z;gz’: L~t-'- '»- us»; ;-u". «' * 3 1'0: Commnding General “Mm” ! 4 . ., ‘Air natanaz Gasman ' _ x --'3. - ‘a‘lr1ghfrPattar9ou Air Rates '7' K‘ Ohio ‘ ATTH: non? i a 1. On 29 Apa-5.1 1952, speuu Agent G: -nor». V ? é ‘ fries, received a. telephone call from Mr. " ‘ ~. -1 = - 1 , 1 t ‘ A Laboratory, ' __ Area "A", Wright»-Patterson {fr ‘ibrce Base, 01110. gfl * I. . . V 1 _ um. he ma been watching an unidentifiable. ' ~ ’ Icy about 30° to the east of his residence mar Beaver { ,3 if use, Route 35, Ohio. He watched the object with S x 30 I that it remained 1n‘one spot for a. ;:pro: d.mate1y ; was deaaibod as having a brilliant red 396?. in the ‘ {:3 , , brinlant red and then tux-ned‘to a hazy blue. i 3 lg. The foregoing mmat1 for yunr information and or the fir Force, AFOI0~ 5.. 5:‘ cc-1, dated 3 September 1990 _ “ -grcsl Le , Oftice of spams; Imeetiga , . a, a 25 o'er; 1950. _ 5. 21-. I gtgacted by your 1x)t. eJJ. i.- . ‘ Renee P9119 “ . A . " {A 6. A _ . _'g_. tam1ate;1«¥; ‘;t 3 office car ng E-'5 subject year Y, ’ .7 ‘ " - n. G. szoiarzdl ~- Lt Oolohel, __ _ D1st1:! ._§_t_§_9nnandea~ FUNC ""1 . - "" ‘: --. .. ___. -"> .42:-. ‘;. . _ 1-; } A an. .. i3ECUF. iTY ]i‘«‘. f5': £‘&%W‘HD§‘‘»l ‘ A L , . I ' ': '¢&1-s_'g1v; ;»-, yj'*'vv. a‘ I-no-*"' . ~ vv ‘ g . . < -: 2' ‘: _ f‘ L7 3: i’ :7 V, K ‘g V, T ' . j 1_ I ~- j. 1; T‘ 11‘ 1 “ , “.-. :-z: -7,~: §.v. ;,. __¢-V _, . . V‘!
  48. 48. ( ( Teletype — La_u1.sviJ. Le, Ky. (Came in yesterday a. .ternoon) ‘_ jhree (3) at 8:50 P. IL, May 25 for two or three minutes. large oysters vclth fish fails, flying low like Cam in over Ashlnml, Kentmlq like a cloud and oval in shape. According to observes c from the nu-th and went back and have been balloons. 111 the opposite direction. 0 Rare r1’: 5 ““’ F»-ssfguc, 7’E: l~EPhI0Ut¢ALa. / 3}’ "K P’9'. '~‘-’°x} FD: L1/. ssuJ $23.5;/7- ”” 1'? MAy :95‘: _
  49. 49. DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE STAFF MESSAGE DIVISION _ lfltollifl fl. ASSlflEfl IIESSAEE PARAPKRASE NOT EEQUIFED. CR‘. ’?. 'L‘<‘;3El‘TE3R BEFORE DECLASSIFY . -‘£7 ‘: ~*. agr 195.2. P. -;: ~a_ _ V ’ - -- 1:213 . ;2:; icati_ons section- port mentions the ex; tenca cf ; :::1:‘: o3 of a. new type ‘aircraft taken at second sighting. be 1‘*u_= ~nia: -zed prior-1’-av 1.-: f_th zwcferenca. Request. copies of ‘: .."xese photos to :13/1C—l:296—C.
  50. 50. -- f"‘” w‘- 3 : -'e. - 49 “ - 1 ~'— *~ ~ . . . . v: ::- ; » ‘ — r ' { ‘ ' 34 ‘E .2 . I ‘W’-'-‘1'-1'3"-'". ‘5’a . i u ‘ . T 3 Jun 1952 su3Jn: rq‘_ - v .4 . V’. ,§| “f c Q . ' 3 SPKXXJL V '-. CT-ASST]-“! C.A'I'! O.‘T'CA, .‘. -~. --vs--s " "‘ "‘“‘“"‘-~- . s . ’ 7 BY ACTHOI-. ;f1’ -.2: 7;_'3.‘; ".: ",‘fw'.4 . .. .. ", E » V-'1 vi 1'0: col 3 cm“? . 2': ____K”5IK'§‘3E‘E‘_gf{" “W. V- "Ev * ‘I ‘A ’ -"A1: ‘rodmicsl Imomaance 1“? _. ‘m““"°‘ "‘“"“"‘, *‘-‘*5 -- . __. _._a. _-__. ._. 1: oil -9 . ]]aw1 int stun tainin to the above captioned. 1?; -£‘a? aId. tt: § to ; :n- ma , ga received by this 015100 L » from the 5th Dtxhint O81, I. ou: l.sV. L‘lJ. a, Kentucky Detachment: 1 3 -- 27.nm1952 captain notnxna 109tIIGIG ne§ae§naut__ ' ‘ . 1. a, Kmtuia; umgoa that special um mm . r.'x. samxx, 1 1: G10 Detachment, interviewed on 26 June 1952; 31% 033' W ‘ KP contracgar, Onemhoro, Keutuclw, concerning inltfl‘ 3% ‘:1’-.1 i I 2: napnu u turner lladar (Engineer Corps) and P| '°9°1'W1¥ 8 1-3‘: 0° 9'1 , ;_ in the Kantnelq xauonai G-nerd. 1131’? stated that be s ; .1 g . ‘(Lying saucers’ on 23 -M10 1952 815 = PPr°*’-n°*'°1‘3'‘1°°° b°""" 7'” i ‘ tool: has 3 miles out of Onemboro on 0.3. mgtmw 30. ~ z - f A g(1)8“D1;P¥Pvu: ulkingwrthwhanheheardamuwe1ni1arto. a£J1shi. : :5“~n. .,. u.d**h= *e. :,.1.**= ‘““,1.. .a~ob°~~1.. *°°“w. ..1.. .,"°.2.s‘. ,m. ::. *.: ;1:°; m~ * 1 -1 SW A 1 mummn 1mst. rheobjects-werepreeeeciinx . ; north, flying in-in-:11 (om behind'~the other) and Pu-ad M 04? gigm bout five (5) ueeondn’; DKPP eatinated the objects were . . -.1-. 15_ 20 thousand an altitude. The sighting took plant on} 1 ‘ . , - very "clan: dag‘. DSPP‘added thethe us asoov! Pm1°db! ' ' , ‘ .1‘ T‘ G. 0 who ear orflqr one or the ob; .ectc. ‘.. no further pertin: -:~ J ' ’exrt1nro: -u. t1anwasobtainodV1ronD@P syegm, Lgont‘I. EL'fl! E¢‘ 2 T_ . s—. .’v‘7p». a:':7_2s§73-‘. n"1£. ‘-'. '.' A SECIDETI INFORHAIIOI m . - -71?»-, _.. ..; —,‘; —, —>, r. -»4.. ... .,. , ~ . ,., _.u. -;-. -: »<~. -,'~. o~: W
  51. 51. _ 3'-gs, -.~, .;. ;—. -{. ‘a. »_4_; -,: .4»: _-,4-«~, :'r>. N; -_. ';‘-ob: y. ..-A . -.- , ,_, ,,, ,__. _ . ' ‘ _ on 1’ am‘ up-"ha 5; this attics mass: othsrruau 2. 30 £0"-3°. V “*1 reqnoa‘t= $dbJ'Y°‘3' h°‘dq"'fl'T°’s' E E 2 § 8 2 8. 5 9 . E : .. ,: .4«4.. .;‘, .—, ,.. ;. .-. ..“. ..-.1‘? 4-': <.‘. ‘v-‘I"‘-(‘pi-". ".-"‘*': ‘u' ‘ 4.”. -«A ‘.4___‘, ‘.. '. -:: p:~¢€}{>iA"5 -x‘-"av. "-: ‘r? -‘. 'i¢-; ¢¢-; '.Tvr-; .’«: .’—. -’-: ‘IV- ? 4 -.7 ' , .- J 3 . .. , , TI"'lfi . »:: :.. <.<1-. -3460.-; V‘~‘ ‘ . -5:. »-. -.. .-. :;~‘. ‘o. ~2= is-. ‘~Z' ' ~ '. ~ 3 1-vn~: »_. +«? >.. .,
  52. 52. I-. Q‘ . "‘f'3">. i:'-'§-"--‘.9.~~r-s: - «. ..-. .-~. ... .., .. ., . . . , _ saw ind fie hnve no reason to fiaubt '* “How. ever, objects like they saw7 have zeviousiy reponedjnd we needmme inlormauon. " _ ' ‘ He-said flw—Air‘Fotee would I theories or explanatio. s I socqemisng “it _ .3‘ _ _ - . ‘ I I < ' (4 3 mm: s. lx: £‘. Rs sxea-rm em: :4 out If t'. 'a: h‘i. ngt. on Daily Nays 3, 17 Jul: 52 ’ = . / 9 4-ilanxrnuujrcmpn-ni‘n.1 xv: -ns, _ N -‘ _ . ' I I V , 'There s-_So; neH'nng-Fly; . . ' § - past two w cm. » 2. _ ‘ ‘ _'I'eduxica1 _ _ . hnneW: £xht-Paneuonairhnae mun. .. cm‘ Happen §‘ ’ an unprecedented nu. hem ’ jj nsronrs ooxrtzsmo. ‘ _ . “People an seeing unidentified nelense an 1,. object: In the a at I rate almost until _ double over last year. " Capt. Rup- a p¢itsaid. "Ve'v€| Ia8ahoutG9rv~ ; : -. ports in the lasttwovneks alone. " - Capt. Ruppeit. pmlecr otfleertor g , ~ (ion Bluebooi; use Air Force ' group-that invadgatas ‘ ‘£3, axial obicctx. slid h; e1v: VvaS'_lIu __ ‘ connection the snueatnighb Sundz! -" '~ ~ _ : - .1-. V_ . ,?>-. -., ._~ . §,, :.. _E. <,V_ A, ... ‘:4 _i_,4_. ‘._. .g. ._. <,m_, <,". _._, ‘ Mwground bexweep . __ - : ing splIn-geand't. hs1'ecent>inam: un- ‘_‘ 351- qugcggu _ ‘ "-11 thought urn it. or a come: but it was-n’t‘xoInt as last as any celestial body. ’ Mr. Ellis t‘ion-ot- . "Inth per our. _ ‘We are assuming the pilots are ‘describing accurately oh-. uex-vcr¢. vrps: ’_T. '.. ‘- e reports we're _gctdnz‘—_in here, ” Capt: Ruppelt sand. "1 connection " = _~ Suwauhfrw what they _ said. »"1¢¢was shaped em . like -an ice . .-i. ..-_—. . ~:1<~'a~: z;z%: ‘-a: €4:-; .;- ~—». .r. ~:~7.7:. -.. a-; -7-; '.; . , _u 4 I E» § . ~q. ... ... ... ):. -a. .r. -:. ::_: ,.y ‘. ._‘. ‘_, V,; g:. <:. -:': ,<-_s; :c - ~
  53. 53. "altitude or 75800 fest, DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE HEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES AIR FORCE THE INSPECTOR GENERAL USAF’ 4111 DISTRICT OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIIGATIONS BOLLINO AIR ronc: IA§l. VAID-IINGTON an. o. c-. 21;-0-211 30 JUL 1952 SUBJECT: Unidentified 1-"lying Object observed Over Colnnbus, otuo, on 27 am 1952 Capt. HAROLD E. IG. ‘NISON, ‘0bserver smzcm. mum C To: Director of Special Imres “ ‘ 1. The following information is being furnished for the information of Headquarters (BI, and also for the information of District Office No. 5 because it concerns an incident which occurred within the juris- dictional confines of that office. 2. Ca. ptain'HAROLD B. KINISON, A0-830671, l100th Air Base Wing, Bollire Air Force Base, Ext. 211?, reported that while flying a 8-25 at 0005 hourson 27 July 1952 £1-onnes Hoines toweshington at an -' at a speed of 220 miles per hour, on a headim of ninetw (90 degrees, and at a position ten (10) miles SSW of Columbus, Ohio, he observed a white light flying at the same altitude over Columbus. The light appeared to be stationary until he approached it and than the light appeared to climb as in a "chande11e". At the time the climb began, the light separated into two (2) lights of equal size and shape. The climb of the lights continued for only a. period of from five (5) to ten (10) seconds and when it reached an altitude of 10,000 feet to 15,000 feet it leveled off. Then it started in a westerly direction at apprmdmstely 270 degrees, travelling at an estixnted air speed of from 75 to 100 miles per hour. 3. When the object passed the B-25 in which Capt. ICENISON was flying, the object appeared to have flashing lights, two (2) at the top and two (2) at the bottom, which blinked alternately. The captain believed that he saw ore (1) green light but recalled that none of the lights were red. The lights were visible after theobject passed the ICINISON came to the conclusion that the lifiita >4 aircraft; thus, Capt. were not lending lights of a conventional type aircraft. is. Captain ICENISON stated that he was and still is of the opinion that the object was an aircraft but he admitted that the facts which he presented did not support his opinion. UNCLASSIFIED ‘~" "'-"i‘V""' : "-'-.1 a 3
  54. 54. .. ... . . ... ..-_, _.. V . .a. ... ,,, . , Ltr, DO #1; OSI, BM-‘B, Wash, DC, to Dir of Sp Invest, Hg USAF, Wash, DC, File 2h-04211, dtd , Subj: Unidentified Flying Object Observed Over Coluubus, Ohio, on 27 July 1952, Capt. HAROLD B. UNISON, Observer, SPEGIAI. IBDLURI . 5. With Capt. mason in the B-25 were a. Colonel mum of the Pentagon, a Lt. Col. SHLXIKLEI also of the Pentagon, another colonel whose mm the captain did not recall, and the crew chief. All of these persons observed the lights in flight. - 6. All df the officers aboard the B-25.wene pilots, and Capt. KINISON has had over 3,000 hours flying tin and has had six (6) years service as an Intelligence Officer. ' ¢%gf~. é,‘?3—" NALD B. 1'IH1‘1‘E Colonel, IEAF _ District Commander cc: D0#5 —«. . ... __. _._ ‘-. .. . ___. .<_. ._. _._. __ _ -_. ___.
  55. 55. 1.. ‘mo following ixxluuetion ‘IIJ : - Detacluenh Cfierxiw, Cincinnati, Ohio, ’a‘ni_: I "On 31 July 1952, Hr. 5th and Broadway, Cindmeti, . ? , came to the USI Detachment Office and rmorted that a apgnnzdhatoly 1730 hours, 25 July 19?. he had seen an u:11.dan£1.t1ed aerial object. . “described the object as circular in shape, no vim: span, with a blue silvr reflection. Ra aatilatd the o‘o_1cct‘b.7 have been apr)ro: d.nata1:r 50 feet in circum- ference at ap'7rax1mateL7 20,000 feet, am going at anoro: I:| .-- mntely 2(1) miles per hour. ‘ ‘He axwthis objectuhila standirxgnexttoa carinthe parking 196- of the Valley Shogming Center, Reading Read, Ro9e- ~ "lawn, C1no1.nnef.1, chin. H: nae racing out an! noticed and object diroctlg‘ overhead, traveling across Reading Road has northeast to aoutlueeb. / ray hone mun mm! and was a ride: at . u:~, - , Val Kentuclq, (1 ). 33'. It tfit‘ ‘and Br ovington, mm , another rider, could not va~L"y the object because. theywcreinabank . ethestreetn-outheperkaedcaz-, hnt could verity that nmtioned it coon their return. “fin? stated that Lt crmz mar, Security Section, G: nara1“£1ectr1a can-any, Locldznd, Ohio, and his wife, aha r: entionnd; s - a similar object to ma. I-To other it-.231-u? .:! .on is known
  56. 56. _— 3 ,1. . AA. ,;, T ‘-: *;&i-$a¢'»*-“4": r2-'. :—'. faw‘- — " V ‘ >. ',~-v-r~: =W--'- '*- ~~ 4 SUBJECT: unmuuuzied Aerial Object é 1 so 25-21 5 Aug 1952 E 5 I l ’ "on 31 Ju], y1~)52, up. i, - _": :, Forecaster, U. S. ‘ioather Bureau, Fade : tuning, c1no: Lnna1'.1., Chic, toJ. a-ohon: loa]. ‘L'/ advised that on 25 July 1952 the weather condition ms "char" with a 15+ n: l.1os Visibility. ' “en 31 1952,"ltr. -*<= . . an air? -« tolaphanioalkr , adviaadthat hadbo«mh: l.sz-zldat-on25Ju]; r1952,and ttacpptmdantohrlfiohoux-.1,25Ju]y1952,upon . j ’ tohjaparkedoau-inthavallsysbopping. ’ " that be had scan-an object in : ~—stauatua: uod1:Inotaoosa1Aob- K , ., M 2. The forcgoing is mz-n: l.sh-sd for your intonutum and any action ‘ T " deemed appropriate. ‘No further izrrsstigativa action is contemplated by _ {é ‘5 the 5th 031 numa. 5% ': ‘ . if , 3. A. t.+. em1on 1: invited to paragraph 7, AFR 205-1, dated 11; Hanh N 1 1914*), vrhidr prohibits the disulnsura of u1z. as: L'1,ad information to un- . authorized peraounsl. 4 . ‘ 4,»-44- 0/. ~» - * 3 _ _‘ A JAEIFS H. (mm . 5- ; m-. colonel, usmr _ , ; 2 5
  57. 57. = - n-- -~«. =- ‘~'«~v . . (, ' : = W. l? a’FGRMAT! ON CUP‘! . . _ from 5th District C-51 333! ht-Pr trerson Aif F53". ‘. -Pa‘. ‘ L‘*~. ~.*. 6 August 1952 I ‘ {£11}: .13]: ", - 1. Tho following intornation ma furnished this ofrico by ‘ ‘ the 6th -. ‘.-st District (10), obi Air Force Base, Robins Field, 930F313‘ 4 ' '5'” ' +14 _ "Ca; st: x‘Tn 'T’J"-T-‘NR = . .2 ’ ms, AC-668506, sum ope: - ’ ations Squadron, 511th :11!‘ M59. Grourn, ‘Burner AFB, Ga, ‘u resorted to this oruca on 213- Ju: s;. =-~19:-2 that on 23 July 01.3» ranco from Loclozourna .1 ‘ ' 2 %, I v, .. ‘, 1952, while reatfi and auaitixlg "W 3 WA, Ohio to 'l‘. u.-not A33, G: -oz-gin, his attention was direc‘. '.3d"“ ‘.4; i 7 » by nsanbsn-3 or the C-pomticns Office, Loritbou. -no AFB, to V » ' aerial objoct: located ‘in the‘ vicinity cl‘ Iockboume 2:33 . - if am1,Co1zm'on: ,. Chin. Captain li1:'. Z:.2SIS stat-cd ‘Lhasa . J _, ._ . . objects were ea: :L1y visible to ‘. 'L*_:3., and that ‘share was 7 four ([5) '11‘: mmbar. ” Capt 3lc3APD‘5 fortbor stated that‘ one of the objects seanadfto ! -.0791-above theothor three ob- jects and was not visible at all times, being hidden by -mus stated that he a l ! L . ‘“¢: s;«'. - wt '-'13:’-7." 2; . sws-. ':%. =.‘. vu: ¢-v-. —- s«s: =.-$64; the other three objects. Capt fie! -L obsarvul these‘ objects rot m_1:: ro: d.oat§17 15 minutes and described than as being round white in color. He added that ho » he could aightvalong the top or a telephone pole at the ob- jects and that the objects did not seen to have any foruard motion, but seemed to be hovsx-Lng in one pa: -tiozxlar area. / 1 Capt nwxras my. -that stated that two F-624 aircraft was din- , c E; batched from Lockbournc AFB to try to observe and idotatily . § those objects, and that upon the pilots? return to Op-rations, ‘ they room-tad that they had obtained an a1!‘. i": :do or 15,000 , feet and 1-ra-:3 still unable to identity or apuroanh thosa nn- _ identified objects. Cant zscauzms mfuhsr added that weather . personnel tron Iackbmzrno AFB sat up an observer telescope, A _ . ~, , ~ , ... .._» , . 2.’ V . .. . V. .'~‘. ' :1 5' :1‘ Y 2 J 1-, -" - '. ., _ . . ‘$5 ‘:1. £ $. .
  58. 58. .r'~ ‘. .{'-‘. '«‘. v«. .:; ~.«. ,.~z. y-. ... ,.. ,. c'V- n. «.. . . -—. .., ..u. .. , .. . . . ~?-'J. '‘’‘i'u>3‘31!'--: '’5-: ‘ln'3'->«: ~-: v¢:4~'ir~ ~. '. . - < _ E‘ / » g I; I ~ ' _ I ‘ so 21;-21 ' ‘ . , 6 Aug 1952 1 3 SFJBJPEE: Aerial Phenomena over Lockbourno Mr Force Base, Chin T ! V9: | shape and white in color. Tho only assistance the “- telescope gave via: that th-rohjeota aeaned to bonnet‘ V . , larger. Capt H‘c! lA1iI3 mz-that stated that 11-. was r. e- é. _ , . pa: -t. :u:1«‘t. o Inckbourne operations whille he was then, if‘ that an obam-vatory 11; Columbus, Ohio, through means ' ‘ or triangulation, .h. ad»91aoed the heis-ht of fihesa ob- , ‘w J-acts at 75,000 feet. -‘ Canf‘ namus stated that he 5 1} did not see any, vacpor. -., -‘ota:1.1.a-or any -zlasr around the ‘ ; ohjtacta. vm. zu‘sxed mt he"beI1'£31v'ed the objects to I ‘.33, cant 3a'o‘3.. ?lUS. ’s'tal'. ed, ".-_lI do notfimdn. A11 1 know , 3 g is tb.1‘d th-3:: wars rouixi, flute in polar, and ap! ~roer1- ‘ V3 mate]: :1: infiiaimtar. ‘ . "._. -' -l ". ‘Za'fi; .=: £:~. ?': ‘f3}1‘8 is .1 s_ 91191‘. 131 that ‘Gait’-1.6‘ _ _ . States Air "oroa; ‘hatvik: g‘"a*, xii7bad. '.-a. ta1.; v.2,2W flying » . . . T 9 time, and having servehou naive duty 35.2. p1J. o‘. ‘tc, x. -_--_ - ‘ _ ‘ ap: :rox1:jmte1:r. ‘|: ::n (10) yr . cantain nczums is as-_-__ V ' _ T ‘ ‘'‘'‘-'-? 7-? "-’'1 . ~ 4"~te= '~: .-, x», a~: :,‘ :4 z. .-1-_ g. ~:g. _- scribed ‘qr nis fellow ofriccrs as being quiet, vary canscientious, and ‘most reliable. “ § 3; _2., The to-. -ggng ; §_mx3}1ahsd £¢_n-_ymu- infomnhion and any action : ' deemed upprogriiata. fie £ni+. hur"i?1vs‘: t1gativu av-.1on 1‘: 'c: >Iit. =.u'. -pl. -a': stl'177 ' ' tho 01’f1._g: e :5-_Snao1a1 Investigations in instant an r. ‘ ' -' -v -' ‘ub 5' L‘? . ‘-“ T‘ ‘2 . . -‘. ~ " . ‘ $5 ; ' 5 1 I. E 1 5 3* "<1 4. k i. .5 7 $ . _ . . .3} I ' j Ia? I - ~ ~ -- I '; F-‘ 9 : 1 “ 2'3 E. . ‘ M . ,., ,,. . ‘. .., V2.9-. ».; :3§-: i‘x. -«-s‘s: .:7 ‘:2-. .-. ':~’C€= <.£<4:—a_: ~¢= _§; ;:(; ,_: fi§_3:, —r—‘ f,
  59. 59. - . % A43?‘ "'~'Y'. ".‘I . '‘‘‘. '7‘- UL ~. !RIt| .‘t| :. ' . -U- 1' Fmrr. 5131 Gastric! Cl-I _ - - '. *'xight-Pattersen lair Force Bass $11 _ ‘ - » -__Ohio ; '_. '_‘k "- : .Ln. -.
  60. 60. .: .*= :!| a'. *-‘~: s:~: °:: rz*:4'4~-_-ya. 14.: -.1:-a —~v- 5:»-; .—. ... . . . __ . .. . ..‘ , -. ‘.-'. ‘-~’-? '-"5.5'J'*""T§. ’v -»"? ‘I'*= '-)"~"“<<! ¢.-x , .. -, . ___ , _, _ _'. .___, ,._. .., ,.. .,. ... ,.p-vyyvup—-. .~. ,.. ,.. ._-«. .¢. ~pu-woa- v~»"'*. —~ ‘Sf-7:3‘-? .‘. '" :1."-.3-3.-. -:. m:: :zcc§>r . From 5th District 0:! Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Ohio '»‘Z~. '-; ~§¢; z', ~:. - . -'r‘ 2 .4 :4‘-: y§: *. -. -*‘~‘-. . '-»2": "7“'-1’r£'vf. «‘: .~‘1‘F‘a'v. ’o2I, ’,‘. ‘.. ~a3). ’ -14 2- ma: 3”, x': _sv? rqLxuuzLc3m. U$%F «~ - -"“6Km , ‘ =2 3,; L 5:‘ ‘I, L3 i’ 1 . 1 E ' - ’ ‘-'-‘ . "~fi‘-V-Vxv-1=’~fE': -*3-. :: -.; 'u, ‘o‘. «.~'x'
  61. 61. . -. , _ , - — rwvv _-4.x7:-: e;r. .;1.‘,4:;5,i: .“_ , ;___, '__. h_'_, ,:: _;4_4 . ,._. ,._ , . . _v 1 2. '£ra. nan'l. tt«l ha: -width for your . j j; 1‘ ' ' app: -optimum, are two aqpioa of aspaft at “ mam '1'o. __LTJ.5.+‘1;L_‘?3I_1‘a1:? »21¢t. Otfioo m.13,‘0.rrntt_A1.= ..Eu: :an. Baao, ..5a! zr_ag. l§_I, _____ . dat? f°? October 1952,_P:1J. a 360. 21.432, subject as above. ; ""_' _ _ ‘-. - . . -. .—v-—. ---on--—-can--. —-a-o-—----4-0,. -g‘-'Ivv-~ ‘ -- * ' -, .‘ ' : 3. Inwaingntioniaconununginthisandothnrtslnizu-ice? g 5; and suhuqunt reports will be ta-nu-_dad your ofticnr upon receipt. ‘. | 1;; R J: . 4. Attontioasaiuvnoaterazugs-aph7,Ara2o5-1,d~saa14nu-ex ! _ -- 19.69, which prohnxlta the dbelaura at nhasifhd iztomatzlon to Ian» i r 9. 1 93 . ,., .., .._, ., ._ , A —. .‘i"o; ‘!¢$. ..‘_$'i. -=u-. -. _g, .__; '_-, -34, , _, . ,_ , _“_ _ ~‘“~= ~ «-a--: —=*. =.». .<-: c.«‘4«; e$ufi£: €;Lia
  62. 62. BY . 'UTII01'J'[1' CE‘ 1.1} . .-. ._, . _. 'L -' Z" "J . ..-r - . A __Kifi_fi. _,_. _.; ., __ [-1.4 etc 1925 I I I . .v. n '7 - ~——--p | CLAS3I? IC. TIC: ( cA: .‘-: :;; ::~ -' ~~ . . 2 ; ' * 3,0,“, ‘ In fixation, or ‘§? ,1.°°§i: :r: :-t 5221002: award. 23 Octoh-II’ cumw INFORMATION ‘ “ fi. . caenilxp UNC'~"‘~55'"§/ * L’ r, FE"-"'9. -I-1'
  63. 63. UNPITD SI'A‘I'§ AIR FORCE ‘nos Insracvon Goaauu. orncl or onncuu. wvusuaanons REPORT OF INVESTIGAYION IX! |lA& A7 in 15 ‘R: -ight-Pathraea. 513, 01:18 I i . ... .. s __. _._. ____ 3 , I '_ L -‘ e-'«a~«-i-1~. >.§. -.--.12: n -O‘ < . “mt. -.: frxic; :._. u. ---- . . _, ' __ ‘ " . g A ‘ mnmnmzz. i ' i; V. HIsmzxr1'UEl. ' ! _ * I DA71'E I -; ‘. f(‘. ’=_ «:1 v‘. 33.7; Q_2_o8 . ... ... ... .mu. ... . ‘ ‘ 1 j_. _w_ . .«~. _ , ;_. A 4, _ _ . . 5- , -'»J: v.-r. ;~. _-. .- : ~.‘: '-: m,. 1». -. .4 ; ‘ ~. v-: =.—'; -.; G>. ‘=-‘. ~.~. <~‘T= :-’< , > 1 - ~ v-- W, .». =.~. ... -w. .~. '.. ;.. ;_»;7fi<: .;e: :a; (:p; .~; ;g; ;;; :3;.3.39:: _§: ? , -~, . ; . _-. .., ..-. — . , r. .--= x.a~<c, a.. ;-". ..-‘son: -,, ,r, ,,; ».-, q!« , . ; awh . =~. .~. ‘s~‘~‘-: ., : v. y,-5, . -
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  67. 67. -. -,. ,., _-4,. -.-. —;. x.-. ..». ..-. .. .-.2.’ ~« -< s -- - lKFOR? ~.‘x. ".TiT-T’. "’v? ‘4' 9 ' From Stir I)'1;', r.: _'. L-2| . A'; _q. ,', g}.1.| =_a’ttersVuxI‘; "g‘$rce. Base. 23 Deceabor 192 . a.: -:; :-. w-. ’» v= /A-11'. ‘ '5 — Mr Te-olm: l.ea1 Ihfialligence Cantor Wrlght-Pattaz-eon' Air Force Base Ohio. ‘ Arm: M’! gm-, ... =., '-. ~,~ 1-. .s-£35’ . ~ w<'. ‘¥‘ ; .I_ , , 1. . Iranomitted has-an-lth is ‘. ... copy or closed Report or nznatzgatioa . ’ E V ' ‘ by" Special Agent mmmnr. »n1-13, 17th 031: man-1ct. (IG), xxx-u. aga A1: tom ' ‘. Bane, -Bur lhzlco, dated 11 December 1952, File 21;-8-£5, subject ‘as above. I 2. -Attention is invited to Paragraph 7, AFR 205-1, dated ‘Ila: -ch 19h9, ; - which prohibits the disclosure of classified intornaoion to unauthorised I personnel. 1 Inc). D. 0. NORTH R/ I, D0 H7, dtd 11 Dec 52 Lt Colonel, USU _ met: -let comandcr ‘ot'. Is33$g5'1cAnox C.5.N{“BLL‘3D = * ~ V . ‘ ? *V: ?,’5°icéi¥s? ix§t%ar; c=vtvs#I-— 44° «' Y-“- " ' . ..-pa ".7;-= ».s“-"! iL"§Z‘; ‘.k‘IC:5'*'K:3j-u'~‘ ‘-, ~J_ 4 . .
  68. 68. li“: h'}f? ..‘Il;1.a'l-‘J: ":' LQU ‘ V From 5:21 ilistrict 0:1 - lkght-Paitetson Air Force Baa ax . ‘ . ,0hio ' 25 February 1953 P; . cLAss1‘~'c, x : ~ . .- BY .1:: €§x; .,_? --95'£“§E? L~-3‘ -—. ‘_____ L. --. , '10: ca-nun: Gouorsl A17?! 1 ATIAA-20 " V 1. Attachod for. y:r. n‘ information and any action donned appro- priate one no copies of tho 1-e-sort or invest}. tion by Special Agent wmn 5‘. amssmm, 18th CSI District, filo 201;, dated 17 Fahruary 1953, subject as above. 2. . Inveetiaatim was predicated on an us telaohono (211 on 12 Janury 1933, indicating that at $3 tsloohono rumba‘ R ' could be learned a guitar of grave oencorn to the national eaanrity. 3 soc: -story ixdioatsd eho had infoaaeaticn vhioh could only be I 0 CSI and the F31. ‘ 3. An interview with rcvcalodhe was interested in shuto- granhingaxtlrooortingonsu 1 enucauilyimg cancers and thospace-v manuhonyouthaeoepaoeahipo. ~_txx: 'ned o£"flo1gnuo¢‘s"ani ge: fl.a. oedonnnof11noackbyaJd. eged'epa. ot 5' non‘. Interview with was conducted in coordination with the San_ Diego Otnoo or the , attics declined investigative jurisdiction. Sec; -story oi the Snmogohtro Phyoical Socieizydninsi in 1111-; ' gntivo a cl’ V
  69. 69. FORT Gzonel G. MEADE. MARYLAND ,5,- . a 7 ALXBB-Z 67135 ' 1 may 1953 SUBJECT: Rumors Pertaining to F1, g Sauce F6 . 'I‘O: , "Assistant. Chief of Staff, G2, Intelligence Department. of the Army - ’ ‘ Washington 25, D. C. . _ Attention: Chief Security Division ‘ w 1. Forwarded herewith is Summary of Information, reoeived from the Columbus Regional Intelligence Officer, pertaining to 1' lying saucers which are allegedly locqted on the premises of In-ighb-Patterson Air Force Base. 2. This information has been forwarded to the Office of ' — Special Investigation by the Regional Intelligence Officer, Columbus T i T T ma ms Asszsmrr czmatr 03-‘ srmr, G2: _ ,31_ no.1; a/9 '- WELITSIDE mum _ ~-‘ . _ A Lt. Colonel, as '_‘: T ’ ’. A Dir, ZI Intel Div " U’ CL-"-SSIFICAT BY Acm I0-' c. a:—': :;»- T. GRE: ';’ C; .-. ~7_. ~-. ... _.. .-. ... .-‘ . .. ._. ~.. .-. . . . -
  70. 70. :1 «. ... - . ..~ . _ - 3 - . “~<~‘. ‘ 3'25"“ __""-; _.. :._, ff. r:-. ~ . ,: ‘4 31 -,1 I2 “"‘:3‘*? s‘3’L‘7*‘, "x~_‘~; r . .., . - . .4 _. -.5 -‘ 'm~; :u-'- ': q'r «, ~ _. -, 4, . -« _ 4 A V. Kg’ ~ . ..». .; ... -;~. .- at-nv7.. .». ‘c~: .I. '.: .): ' . ‘:“‘7t: -_fl;1_ ‘-‘. ,". .’_""‘: €’: 'z': V ", " ‘fin. .. elstncsutuou Vfl'- ' M‘ ' " '- Chief, CI Br (1); WPAFB (1); File (1) at , ‘ ~. -. . -: V.ay~‘: ¢fi“¢fix‘§! V—>x . . , 1 (not classified’ Duo [can one I-noted) I ( «MR7 OF. INFORMATION - 3 J00-310.16 PRIPIIIIIG OFFICE ; Colmrbus Recional Office 109th CIC Detachment, 320 Old Federal Bldg. Columbus, Ohio ‘“°"‘¢‘ can: run use nu nuouvnoun. macaw avuumon °: o:2s: .=: :. °* - . . . . A C0 ll 0 . USIMLLI IILIIQLI - . . . . - 0 Pn;3n: :: '[: :[ol, |"sk, s?u3cf’, lz IMRLI Illlllkl . . . . . . c rosuggg -nu; , , _ _ _ _ _, I07 IJSUALLI RELIIILE . . . . o oougyfuug gnu‘ _ _ _ , _ ,1. UIIRILIAILE . . . . . . . . . ( | flffio. ‘.| _[ _ _ , _ _ . ', "9 I! ll. |Al| |.l'l’1 IJIKIIOII . . . . p nun: cannot at when . ..5. Rumors pertaining to flying saucer: which are allegedly located on the premises of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base sumuu or uncommon . . On 25 Apr1Ll953. mph 3.. Brown, M/ Sgt, no 32037100, B1 Det 2305, As: ,:_ Ohio Military. District, Fort Hayes; Columbus, Ohio, was intervievedzin — , _—, _ response to aetelephone call from Capt Plant! ki, S-2, 1'-Vort Eayesycolumhus, " Ohio. Brown related that at approzdmntely 22 hours on 218 April 1953,: he t and engaged in a couversationwrith a ~‘~“: ';-A . he conversation r1th'~ 3_ ‘ < ‘ «on place while Brown was waiting for a heck to be cashed by the ~ba. r- . nder, Dick Walker, of the Ionian Room in the shler-Walleck Hotel, Columbus, Ohio. Gibegan the conversation by asking Bro; casual questions such as where source is stationed. Brown stated the . nthen related the story to him that Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), Dayton, Ohio, has in its possession three flying saucers, two of which are in serviceable condition and one in a. red condition. WPAFB also has the bodies of the man who were__ aboard the saucers. stated that HE knew this to be true since he has _ seen them. Brown believed-Befiasaid I-IPAFB was building a space ship, but: _ '_‘t. e didfnot know if this space shipvas a new-one or a fl, ‘{1ng‘sa'.1cet vbeinfi_-. w_'-‘r- . ‘—Vpaired. ... - tated that IE is connected vith I-I? AE'B, and therefore-, _ there is. -A. - any question as to the validity of the statements concerning’? -;he saucers. -zb3%§*stated that the Air Force authorities are too perturbed about < the tafpic‘ and are not sure how to release the inforxmtion to the public. The , authorities. -are ‘afraid of creating a general -panic if the news is released-‘-i; o the newspapers. The authorities decided to_ release the information to the . ' public by means of individuals going about and picking out persons whom me: /' believed are. ‘ inteuigent enough . to accept the story as true. if related that there is a group of people in Colunvouis, Ohio, who are planning what is to be done when the news of the saucers is made public. Brown‘: impression was that the group is small in number, perhaps four to eight members. %m_ also stated tlwre is a. doctor in this group and EB gave the impression that the 3-oup is composed of prominent people in Columbus, Ohio. mtmnmd that the world. situation is "so big" thatby approxinately June 1953, there would be a complete change inworld affairs. The Korean var would be ended ’ and there would no longer be any threat of a world _wa. r.. -did not I V elaborate on this aforementioned world situation. Brown gathered the im- - pression from * - that because of the superior intelligence of these men from outer space, that the world would unite -itself against them. Brown re- quested that _ V introducehim to this group, but stated that Brown . '-rould be contacted by the group soon since they knew how V0 get in touch with hi Brown gathered the impression that the group is to contact him shortly. N 1eft the impression that the group would positively call on him. ‘I. hether the men from the saucers were inter- related that he asked 'L answered that they (it is not planitary or stellar space travelers. known whether they refers to the group *" ANNH05 urucuwonsoronugu iau ', .__g; ; DA1 DEC 51 68mm: nm or nun. ' . 15:. n-37a'. 'I. o.4) sustenance: -:14-gInana. oqs. o—cnnn. , -— -‘« V ’ A V , , I1 , _

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