Index Page , Hoaxes/Fakes
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.
The Case was investigated by the northern representative of the Tasmanian UFO Ivestigation Centre, and subsequently reported to Flying Saucer Review by. W. K. Roberts.
Graphic recreation by witness.
Lynne Kitei video.
Photograph taken by Joseph Ferriere. Pho-Tak 620 Reflex camera.
ZIP (file format) links: Link 1 , Link 2
Chauncy Uphoff and Mike Hill. The "ball diamond."
Photo: THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES/ PA WIRE
"They seemed longer than wide. Their thickness was about 1/20 of their width."
U.S. Coast Guardsman, Frank Ryman.
Note: Similar to the 1952 Barra da Tijuca, Brazil photos.
George Stock photos. *Controversial.
Guy kirkwood Cornwell.
Elizabeth Klarer. Elizabeth shot seven photos before the disc suddenly shot away.
Hello Aguiar. Disc photo.
The Willow Grove UFO based on witness sketch in RAAF files. (credit: Chalker)
Charles Brew, Trevor Brew.
Rex Heflin. A fourth photograph shows a smoke ring which the UFO allegedly left when it departed.*Controversial.
Drawing made by Deputy Strauch to indicate details he visually saw with the binoculars.
Arthur Strauch. Strauch used a Kodak Instamatic camera with Ektachrome color-slide film. He had the focus set at infinity, and the shutter speed was set at 1/60th of a second.
TV news person, Frank Edwards.
A Polaroid photograph, copyrighted in 1979 by David C. Knight has been published on page 138 of the book "UFOS: A Pictorial History from Antiquity to the Present."
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vojtko.
Sketch of UFO by Claude at close point
UFO photographed by Tom Downie.
Photo taken in 1968 in Mass.
Fritz Van Nest photograph.
The photo came to light in the 1980s, thanks to one of the crewmen who contacted local Ufologist Ricardo Vilchez. In 1985, a 2nd generation negative got in the hands of Dr. Jacque Vallee, who along with Dr. Richard Haines conducted an analysis which was published in JSE ("Photo Analyses of an Aerial Disc Over Costa Rica" (.PDF) and New Evidence (.PDF)).
P. Aliranta and E J Sneck.
Corsica, France, 1971. At 4:00pm on February 12, a family who had recently purchased a new home in the northern part of the French island of Corsica, were preparing their camera to take a picture of the new house when one of the party noticed a glint in the sky and looked up. They all looked up to see a shiny, metallic object glinting brilliantly where it caught the sun's rays in the clear blue sky. The object was disc-shaped and had a low-profile curved dome on the top, with some kind of oval-shaped or rounded-rectangular black marks or openings around its sides.
Hugo Vega. Polaroid photograph.
Japanese youngster indicates area near vineyard where a UFO touched down on February 23, 1975; and a sketch by one of the boys shows the craft and occupant. (credit: Leonard Stringfield / Dennis Hauck, director, International UFO Registry)
Masato Kawano (7 years old) and Katsuhiro Yamahata (7 years old).
Jane Baker, Philip N. Baker family.
Hirohito Tanaka. Instamatic 126 camera.
Mark Coltrane. Polaroid photograph.
Alfred Burtoo's sketch of the craft.
Illustration by witness Tim Todd.
Artist Joe Clower (possibly fake).
Mr. Pepe Martinez.
Photo taken on 23 January 1997, in the Nevada desert, by Christopher.
Cem Arat and Mehmet Safak.
Illija. Mustek GSmart Mini 3 camera.
Pentax istDS camera.
3.5 mega pixel digital camera.
Sony Cybershot digital camera.
From witness illustration.
French Gendarmerie UFO Files include a photo of a classic flat-bottomed disk (typical eye-witness descriptions: "upside-down saucer", "silver dome", "chrome hubcap" or even as "flying shields" in ancient times). (bigger photo)
Story: The witness was sitting on the passenger's seat, taking landscape photographs under the rain when suddenly this luminous disk appeared. The photograph is from the UFO files of the French Gendarmerie Nationale.
Notice the strange cone-shaped effect under the disk. This might be the luminous "ion cone" effect, often reported under disk-shaped UFOs. When viewed from a distance at night/twilight, people might describe diskoid UFOs as a "luminous icecream-cone" or "flash-light pointing downwards" shape. One such incident was the Portage County 17-Apr-1966 case, when Ohio cops chased a UFO for over an hour, into Pennsylvania
Mike Lindstrom took three photographs of a UFO - it was square when seen from below.
Almiro Barauna. *Controversial.
UFO photographed by Gabriel Kozora.
Kenju Terauchi. Pilot's drawing (taken from his official report)
Artist Walter Molino's impression of the incident, from the cover of the Nov. 14, 1954 issue of "La Domenica del Corriere," an illustrated Sunday supplement to the Italian newspaper "Corriere della Sera."
F-16. This clip displays an object/target acquired through the Pilot's Heads up display Unit or H.U.D.
J. S. Henrardi.
Craft captured on film.