1952 July 22 good description of UFOs over Washington DC

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1952 July 22 good description of UFOs over Washington DC - : Par- renomi- n- m"u-.u 2:30 a.m. (1:30 p.m....
: Par- renomi- n- m"u-.u 2:30 a.m. (1:30 p.m. Monday,mac from the capital, spotted EDT), but were forced to pull j eight unidentified images on one determina-jback down at 9:30 a.m. in theiOf his radars the area surveil-tion face of counterattacking Chinese! lance scope, with a range of pos-oil off and heavy Red artillery fire. sibly 70 miles. nation-1 Once the Chinese had regained The images were slow-moving. bat- reported, U.S. Fifth Air Force J planes plastered the area with flaming gasoline, j U.N. tanks and artillery shelled Dis-,the area with a tremendous bar- of Objects Fitting Spotted by Radar, Pilots in Washington Area By jack KLlLtuut Washington (JP) The Airil;phthnt t-n airline mlots and Force today investigated reports a newsman saw eerie lights fitting Flight 807, southbound from Na-that several "flying saucers' had the generai description of flying tional Airport, soon reported see-been spotted by radar virtually in!saucers the same njght. iing seven objects between Wash-its own back yard On the Outskirts! nffiinlc rmilr? nnt immediatelv insrton and Martinshurir W.V. He Of the nations capital. Not only were unidentified ob- jects seen on radar indicating Reds Retake 'Old Baldy' At Hisli Cost Bv MILO FARNETI Seoul, Korea-W-Chinese in- fantrymen today recaptured the!mto flying saucer reports. jf""1 V"C crest of Old Baldy in the 5th day Such reporLs, officials had said Vnlk i ' ?l , ec,., v, . v,- fLo,ii .fl.:Of New ork. He said the weather the Reds more than 1,000 casualties. U.N. infantrymen still held the southeast slope of the bitterly;month. contested hill west of Chorwon on; The flying saucers over the cap-the Korean Western Front. Baldyjital were reported late Monday, overlooks both the U.N. and Com-'about 36 hours after the incident munist lines of defense. Associated Press Correspondent George McArthur at the front said about 200 Chinese pushed through heavy U.N. tank and artilleryisources: 1 1, U U.N. troops reached the top the top of Old Baldy, McArthur rage. Chinese artillery knocked out three tanks in the morning fighting. U.N. fighter-bombers again hit Description of Flying Saucers 'actual substance instead of mere nn whpthpr this was the first time radar has p;cked up flying saucers. Some said it was. All speed, at other times hanging al-agreed it was unusual. most motionless. The objects also were different! He was careful in his report, and from the average reported saucer! later in an interview, not to iden-in that they traveled at a relative- ,tify the objects as flying saucers, ly slow speed, as well as later I He described them as "like fall-disclosing the customary burst ing stars without tails." that far outspeeds normal air-! Another airlineri Capital-Na- P eS' u- . a !tional Airlines Flight 610, also re- One thing was certain: A ted seei H ht folovvi lt nTUHg inVf- gn T-", T?,g.from Richmond. Va, to within 4 made by the Air Technical Intel-miles of Washington; ligence Center, Wright-Patterson i , . . , , Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio.! which has been set up to look faster than at ajiy time since the initial flood in 1947. The current average is about 100 sightings a ctually occurred. This is the story as pieced to gether from Air Force reports, persons involved, and other An operator at (he Air Traffic Control Center at Washington Na- actional Airport, across the Poto 1 going probably 100 to 130 miles an hour. And they were flying, in the vicinity of nearby Andrews Air Force Base. ' The control center, operated by the Civil Aeronautics Administration, notified the Air Force and also asked planes in the air if they could see anything. That was around midnight. Capt. S. C. (Casey) Pierman of Detroit. Dilotine Carital Airline sairl thpv rhaneed nare. some times moving at tremendous v"" u cu sia ne savfta "ving was clear and calm, and what he saw wasn't an optical illusion it was orange colored, round, moved swiftly and soundlessly, and he did not think it could have been a plane, balloon, or meteor. TONIGHT THE INFORMER with Victor McLaglen 7 & 9:15 (JQq tax incl. Air Conditioned CNEVESJIVY THEATRE WTULARD STRAIGHT HAUL DUSK TIME-SHOW TIME FAMILY NITE TONIGHT $1.20 A CARLOAD LAST TIM KS TONIGHT

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  1. The Ithaca Journal,
  2. 22 Jul 1952, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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