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A series of sightings in July 1952 accompanied radar contacts at three separate airports in the Washington area.
The sightings made front-page headlines around the nation, and ultimately lead to the formation of the Robertson Panel by the CIA.
Then, it split into seven smaller fireballs and vanished.
On February 22 (or March 24) in 1803 local fishermen reportedly saw a vessel drifting in close by waters.
This was later reinterpreted by Jacques Vallée, Joaquim Fernandes and Fina d'Armada as a possible UFO sighting, but not recognized as such due to cultural differences. Dahl reported that his dog was killed and his son was injured by debris in an encounter with four to six flying doughnut-shaped objects.
The photographer, meteorologist Elizabeth Klarer, claimed detailed adventures with an alien race, besides having had an alien lover, Akon, who would have fathered her son Ayling. Ground radar operators had tracked the object for some time before Torres' plane was scrambled to intercept. Farmer Antonio Vilas Boas claimed to have been abducted and examined by humanoid aliens while working in the fields at night.
The apparently silvery object was reported by both armies.
Historian Cassius Dio described "A fine rain resembling silver descended from a clear sky upon the Forum of Augustus." He used some of the material to plate some of his bronze coins, but by the fourth day afterwards the silvery coating was gone.
Coast Guard photographer Shell Alpert took a photograph of four roughly elliptical blobs of light in formation through the window of his photographic laboratory.
A Coast Guard press release described the lights as "objects", however Seaman Alpert subsequently issued a statement saying, "I cannot in all honesty say that I saw objects or aircraft, merely some manner of lights." Legendary Lockheed aircraft engineer Clarence "Kelly" Johnson, designer of the F-104, U-2, and SR-71, and his wife observed a huge Flying Wing over the Pacific from the ground in Agoura.