This picture of George Sutton of St. Paris, Ohio, taken near mid-day (as may be seen from the shadows on the ground) shows a vintage automobile with a 1932 license plate on the front bumper. Nobody has been able to account for the dark object seen over Sutton's left shoulder in this photograph.
See also: Disc
Eugene Metcalf sworn affidavit from April 2, 1957. Jet plane swallowed from behind by large bell-shaped UFO, silver in color, through an opening. After this the UFO hovered and pulsated and churned up and down. Then it seemed to whirl and lift upwards. "While going through these gyrations, vapor came from porthole-like openings around the bottom part..."
See also: Hover , Scramble , Whirling
Bell shaped UFO with two white lights suspended over the top.
See also: Highway , Hover , Interference
David C. Knight. Polaroid photograph.
Possible hoax. Jagged line of discontinuity running across the center of the photo, through the cloud field, which suggest there are actually two separate photos joined together and rephotographed to make one. - APRO consultant Dr. B Roy Frieden, Professor of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona.
Gray metallic object hovering shaped like an upside down bell, without any doors or windows, and it about 6 meters in diameter.
See also: Abduction , ET , Hover
One sequence showed a bell-shape form that was bright on the bottom, as described by the cameraman at the time.
See also: Nocturnal , Aeronautics , Radar
Jarmo Nykanen. Photograph.
Alien Reproduction Vehicles (ARVs). The craft were described as looking like Jell-O molds, and the smallest was given the nickname "The fluxliner."
See also: SAPs
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