UFO image 'Winter 1951'

Thousands of pages of UFO files released by U.S. Air Force, containing world’s strangest UFO cases.

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The above image, titled simply ‘Winter 1951’, was taken in New Zealand. While the photographer believed this to be a flying saucer, the USAF concluded that it was in fact a lenticular cloud.

The files relate to USAF investigations from 1947-1969, are available now in 130,000 pages of fully searchable archives in the Project Blue Book Collection.
More than 700 cases (5.5 per cent of the files) in Project Blue Book remain unsolved.

UFO image taken on April 15, 1965 in Omaha

This image was taken on April 15, 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska. The USAF says that the Blue Book included 12,618 sightings reports, with 701 of which remained ‘unidentified’

According to Military Times:

UFO enthusiast John Greenewald has spent nearly two decades filing Freedom of Information Act requests for the government’s files on UFOs and other phenomena. On Jan. 12, Greenewald posted the Blue Book files — as well as files on Blue Book’s 1940s-era predecessors, Project Sign and Project Grudge — on his online database, The Black Vault.



Project Blue Book was based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. Between 1947 and 1969, the Air Force recorded 12,618 sightings of strange phenomena — 701 of which remain “unidentified.”

UFO images were taken in Santa Ana, California on August 3, 1965

These 4 images were taken in Santa Ana, California on August 3, 1965 by highway worker Rex Heflin using his Polaroid camera. This object supposedly flew over the Marine Corps El Toro Air Station in broad daylight, but no one else saw it.

The Lubbock Lights incident

The Lubbock Lights incident was reported August 30, 1951 in Texas. The USAF said that these lights were most likely caused by birds named plovers, whose white breasts could reflect lights from the city below

Nine UFOs over Mount Rainier, on 24 June 1947

Nine UFOs over Mount Rainier, on 24 June 1947 by Kenneth Arnold. The US government agencies took an interest in reports.

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