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- Unidentified flying
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SIGHT IMS CVEVIJ VLtlM OBJECTS
ADD1TIOXAL WITNESSES TO PRKVIOOS. IS SWEDESStockhola, Svenska Dagbladet,ay 5k
Luleaanovstons onay made It Impossible for tbe Gaellivare police to investigate the celestial objecte vhlch vere recently seen In various placea In northern Rorrbotteo Province. Tha police do not think that thevere aeteorological balloons but do not have any theorlee to account for the sightings. The latest eyewitness account vas given by Vsldomar Ylinentalo froa Kuusljocrvl, vho declared that heilvery football-shaped object coming frees the Finnish side of the boundary; itieryBo cetera long and nppetred to descend to earth about half ft kilometer froa vhere he vsi. Jenny Karlsson, another eyewitness, stated tbat* shephere-shapedattachedeter-lcng rod pass heristanceetera [sic] and coae to earth lo tbehort diaUnce frwn her. So traeea of this object have been found.
CEESTIAL OW.-TT TO RE DUO UP If* DFJOWUCtockholm, Sveriska Dagbladet,ay $*
In tho near future, an investigation will be made to determinelying object which landedield rear 8pjelleruponths agohell, or eoae partflying saucer." Tbe objeetole in the fieldeters deep andentimeter* in1 passedaick stratum of flint. The owner of the laaiosg iron rod into the hole and dotensioed that the object at tbe bottom Is mctallle. It ia said that at the time tbe object descended to earth, there wereumber of unldeotlfled flying objecte over tte are*. Excavation of tbe object vill be perforaed vith assistance from the military.
LANGUAGE Swedish, Turkish, Prench, German
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THIS IS UNEVALUA1EO INFORMATION
SIGHTINGS OK UNIDKWripiyDmiSO OBJECTS
ADDITIONAL WITNESSES TO PREVIOUSWEDENtockholm, Svenske Degbledet, lB Kay 5fc
Luleaanovstona onay made It impossible for tbe Onelllvare police to Investigate the celestial objects vhich vcre recently seen In various places in northern Norrbotten Province- Tbe police do not think that thevere meteorological balloons but do not have any theories to account for the sightings. The latest eyevitncss account vas given by Valdeaar Tllnentalo from Xuusljaervl, vho declared that heilvery football-shaped object coming from the Finnish side of tbe boundary; itieryeters long and appeared to descend to earth aboutilometer from vhere he vas. Jenny Xarlsson, another eyewitness, stated that' ehephere-shapedattachedeter-long rod pass heristanceeters (sic] and come to earth lo toehort distance froa her- Bo traces of this object have been found.
CELESTIAL OBJECT TO RE DUG UP IN DKXyARA*tockholm, Svenska Dagbladet,ay 5*
In the near future, an investigation vlll be made to determinelylog object vhich landedield tear Spjelleruponths agohell, or some partflying saucer.- Tbe objecta bole in the fieldeters deep andentimeters ln diameter aid passedalck stratum of flint. Tne OYfiff of the laniron rod into the hole and determined that the object at the bottoo Is metallic. It Is said that at tbe time the object descended to eerth, there vereumber of unidentified flylog objects over tb* area, txcawtlon of tbe object vlll be performed vlth assistance from the military.
SIGHT UNIDEnTIFlED CRAFTAURUS KOUNVAINS OF TURXKYstanbul, Yenlay J*
*oday, an unidentified aircraft vas sighted by residents of lbs tovn of Herato at0 hours. The craft, vhlch appeared over the Taurus Mountains, seemed to be abouteters in length acd vas travelingtraight line, lt vas visible onlyev minutes and then disappeared.
UWI1IW OBJECTS SEEN OVER VEST OKRKAJTfousta, L'Bvetl du Cameroun,un 5*
Tvo unidentified flying objects vere reported to have been seea recently for aboutecondsTT (Fostes, Tc*Jrgraphes, et Telephones, Post,and Telepheee Service) engineer and by another person betveen Frankfurt and Darmstadt, near the Rhein-Kaln Air Base. The objects vere described as gloving disks, vhich descended almost verticallyertain (unspecified) dietaoce above the earth at high speed and then rose rapidly,arabola. US raOr did not pick up the objecte.
Rev Tork, it. T. SUats-Eeltung und Berold, PO Jun 5*
Employees of various air lines at the Duesseldorf airport.recentlya shiny, round object which approached froa the south at high speed, then turned toward the west, sad disappeared aboveeter overcast. Aa esployee of the Condor aerial-advertising fira, who happened to bea skywriter of his firm at the time, called theflying saucer* and staled ttet it could not possibly hava been an alrplsne,balloon, or aerial measuring device. Several other airport employees confirmed his observation.
UBTDKWJFIED FLiJhO OBJECTSR VEST GERMANYoualn, L'Kvell au Cameroun,
Two unidentified flying object* vere reported to have been seen rcce&tly for aboutecondsTT (Poelee, Te**gr*phes, itoet,end Telephone Service) engineer end by another person tetveen frnnkfurt and Darmstadt, near the Rheln-Maln Air Base. The objects vere described as gloving disks, vhich descended almost verticallyertain [unspecified) distance above ths earth at high speed and then roso rapidly,arabola. adar did not pick up the objects.
Hew York,. Staats-Zeitung und Herold,un
Employees of various air lines at the Duesseldorf alrport-recentlya shiny, round object vhich approached from the south at high speed, then turned tovard the vest, and disappeared abovecter overcast. An employee of the Condor aeriel-advertlslng firm, vho happened to bekyvrlter of his firm at the time, called theflying saucer" and stated that it could cot possibly have been an airplane,balloon, or serial measuring device. Several other airport employees conflr&ed hi* observation.
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