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Senator Glen H. Taylor about UFOs

Boston, Massachusetts, July 9, 1947, p.

"I can't laugh at saucers," the senator says.

UFO flight map

"The Tupelo Journal" published on October 20, 1954 a flight map of unidentified flying objects, which at that time had already been observed almost all over the world.

The intelligence chief denies the existence of a threat

WASHINGTON, July 29 - Air Force Headquarters dived into a trash can with broken dishes - the latest wave of"flying saucers". They called them "natural phenomena" and announced through high-ranking

The "disk" next to the bomb test site is just a meteorological surveillance

Yesterday, the "heavenly dishes" lifted the army into the air for several hours before an army officer explained that what his colleague thought was a "flying disk" was nothing more than a battered

An electric storm vortex was recorded near the Virgin Islands

A giant plasma column was recorded near the Virgin Islands by photographer Frankie Lucena on the evening of September 20, Spaceweather reports.

Due to the rolling Moon, a transport collapse occurred in a Chinese city

The Chinese province of Henan got into the "charts" of the most unusual news this week thanks to a really strange incident.

An airship was seen over Siberia

 ST. PETERSBURG, September 18.

A container with a balloon drifts from Maryland to Anaheim

Los Angeles, California, TIMES, December 4, 1939, p.

It was a meteor

No, it wasn't the new jet that scorched Los Angeles last night.

New air weapons used by the Germans

Obviously, our night pilots over Germany can well afford to use this term when they encounter the latest German "secret weapon" (if so), which they call fireballs or "foo-fighter".

Meteorite research

Pawtucket, Rhode Island, TIMES, July 3, 1947, p.

The draw in Louisville

Louisville, Kentucky, TIMES, July 31, 1952, p.

Owen Kelly, 3008 Fifth, is skeptical about flying saucers. After all, he once managed one of them himself.


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