Alfred Loedding & the Great Flying Saucer Wave of 1947 by Michael D. Connors, Wendy A. Hall

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M. PST. The incident took place at the Naval Auxiliary Station at Santa Rosa and involved trained observers. , on Thursday. From my location, it seemed to be 1,000 feet above the main north-south runway at the airfield, and I would judge that it was 15 to 20 feet in diameter. . it was impossible to judge size and distance accurately, because there was nothing about the object that enabled me to make an accurate approximation of size. It was the shape of a giant pocket watch, without the stem, and it was covered by silver material that looked like airplane aluminum.

M. EST three reports came out of North Carolina and one from Kentucky and one from South Carolina. In each case one luminous saucer-shaped disc was reported moving rapidly overhead on a southerly course. M. E. Unger of Louisville, Kentucky, told of seeing a circular object flying through the air as he left a neighborhood theater. He said it moved at least 100 miles an hour and gave off an orange light as it headed toward the southeast. 85 By July 1st Washington DC time, a radar operator at Chitoze AAB, Mokkaido Japan, detected a target traveling at a speed in excess of 600 miles per hour.

Cole saw that day over Maine and thus marked the case unidentified. Later that day on the other side of the country a Redding, California, couple saw a shiny "flying triangle" zooming silently over their state toward the north. M. PST. The incident took place at the Naval Auxiliary Station at Santa Rosa and involved trained observers. , on Thursday. From my location, it seemed to be 1,000 feet above the main north-south runway at the airfield, and I would judge that it was 15 to 20 feet in diameter.

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