Encounters with Aliens on this Day
1952 - In Albuquerque, New Mexico at 10:50 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Markland sighted four shiny objects flying straight and level in a diamond formation. (Source: Don Berliner, Project Bluebook UFO Unknowns).
1954 - Sometime after one o'clock in the morning and before 2:30 a.m. Mr. L. T. Prewitt, an employee of the Red River Arsenal, sighted a golden yellow light fly over his house in Texarkana, Texas for two minutes, making a "shhhh" or buzzing sound (Source: Don Berliner, Project Bluebook UFO Unknowns).
In 1964 Helen Reed of Lawrenceville, Illinois observed a domed, spinning object around 10:30 p.m. It was moving five meters above the ground and less than 20 meters away. It made sharp, 90? turns, and had colored lights emanating from the dome (blue turning to red), and bands of yellow light. The object went out of sight behind some trees to the north. (Source: Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings, p. 300 (case 611)).
1966 - Max Baker was driving west between Kansas, Ohio and Toledo at 6:45 a.m. when a bright silver, metallic cigar-shaped object appeared out of nowhere and buzzed his car. The UFO was completely silent, and passed within 30 meters of his car, flying low to the northeast. The close encounter lasted one minute. His report to the Air Force remains a Project Blue Book unexplained case. (Sources: Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings, p. 331; Don Berliner, Project Bluebook UFO Unknowns).
1966 - Also on that same evening, three young Canadians were driving south of Castlegar Airport in British Columbia when they were chased by an oval shaped object, about six feet in diameter. It gave off a bluish glow and stayed parallel with the car as they drove along the highway at about 45 m.p.h. It had beams of light pointing upward and downward coming from it, as it flew about 10 feet above the power lines. It made no noise. (Source: World round-up, FSR, November 1966, p. 33).
In 1990, the Bridges family of Navarre Beach, Florida
observed a cluster of 20-30 lights at 11:30 p.m. that appeared to be low
over the Gulf of Mexico about ten miles away from their home. These lights
would join together in a circular orbit and then shoot out in many
directions. Some of the paths were jagged with sharp turns and abrupt
stops, while others were smooth stops. The UFOs would then regroup and
repeat the process randomly. Another group of about 20 people, who were
visiting in rental units, also saw the display. The entire event lasted
about 30 minutes. (Source: Rex Salisberry, Gulf Breeze Sentinel,
Gulf Breeze, FL, June 14, 1990).
1998 - During the predawn hours of this morning in Puerto Rico the witness, Belen, found herself seated on a stainless steel table that floated in mid-air. To her left stood two short gray beings wearing white coveralls. They just stood there looking at her, seemingly waiting for something. At her feet stood a tall, human like figure, with black hair, large eyes, fine chiseled facial features and very thick eyebrows. She felt relaxed and unafraid. She asked the human figure what were they doing, and his answer was, "We are preparing you." She asked him not to leave any marks on her body this time, but she was told that it was necessary, and that next time no scars or marks will be left behind. She then lay back on the table and saw two "tubes" descend from the ceiling. The tubes were also metallic and emitted beams of light towards her stomach area. At this point she lost consciousness. (Source: Albert S. Rosales, Humanoid Contact Database 1998, citing Lucy Guzman).
Written by Donald A. Johnson, Ph.D. (Revised 26 May 2006).
Compiled from the UFOCAT computer database.
Themes: abduction, beams of light, bluish glowing UFOs, car pursuits or buzzings, erratic maneuvers, human-looking UFOnaut, short Grey humanoids, UFOs flying in formation, oval-shaped UFOs, silver metallic UFOs.