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EDITOR'S NOTE : We asked f o r and p x e i v ed permissian t o k e material f r m Dm Berliner's articlew "The U.F:O. Fran the Cesigner's Viewpoint" in the Octaber A I R PFOGKESS. _I

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It w a s j u s t past s i x o'clock the mrning of f%cch6. %re WE& broken. cirrus c1.ouds a t 3,000 f e e t m d Wkb Briddell, his 16-year old sister, Gretchen and "Mm" ( E l r r s . Bern& Bridell) w Z t W unidentified flying cbject f o r , three mi.nutes. Bridell, who has s i x yecars experienm as an a i r c r a f t - p i l o t 2nd who is cmployed a t ~ ~ e *raft l J in S t . I;ouis , s.ays the abject, seered to hover ~ r o x i m a t e l y30 %con&'- af@ r he saw it a t 2 ;000 fk .' ' ?hen it pmc&dd t o do a sl&d 360 *en tub to an a l t i t u d f of llObO *&t. pitchcd bp at an angle of SJdqr&s.' ' "If it had hem an a i r c r a f t , yohid say it was nose high, " Pr. Bridcll said. ~e cstimatcd the objcct to bc 8 b 10 f m t ' b i c k and 50 f a t in diameter. . !luring t h c t k of turn -and descent it was grccn and &itc in color, thcn turned an thc h e d i n g of 90 'dc?g&s and accelcratcd, tuminu a bright red =and pulsating. It went q through the ovcrcbst "f a s t c r than anything I 'd ever s e n " and disappeared. . Mr. B r i d c l l notiacd no pro-. trusions; there was no' sound or air glow.

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these amazing technological breakthroughs, but soarcbody has. For lack of a b e t t e r term, these rcmarkable *%raft are h m as "uriidcnti f ied ,xiy*& G+ j,e* " ,or mrc familiarly , "UFO'st,'!,,, #@r &xi,'t Jg-p~,athey q are frm, ol;,.,~hy,@cy-;% & x ~ , ~ ~ r - , pish oflying thcm, or h o w jm~~g,,@w; ham Imp around, o r t h a t theyt t o , do next+ We dm ' t knw o r h m 1 they arc mhow ,t$~y,iux

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h l r s . Ted P h i l l i p s , Jr. , of W a l i a , was in Springfield the nicjnt of Scpt. 2nd when she saw an unidcntificd flying object f o r hcr - hk; Tgd P f i l l l p s ,3r. f i r s t tim. Shc described it as a bright ' 1113 Ward Ave. ' y c l l m object rmving slowly across thc sky 'Sbdslia', Mo., 65301 fran thc northeast a t a wry slw rate of .. . speed. Tficrc were no other liqhts emanating .. no ****~****tt***q,$~'th~&iibr*dr**f***t*********frm the objM . Wp have fdund, durind our thrw mths as *tor, 'many 'do,not w m t their riais used UFO's mF?I BACK IJHEN f o r fear of' r i d i c u l e f m :friends and nei* boA--others -donot r e c a l l thel day and hour ST. I13UIS WEE-DEJ.OXAT, August 2 , 1967. of a. sighting ,wather conditians , wind direcFiery flying d;mqms wcre seen i n the sky tion Or eh *'line omr Pragur, ~ z e c ~ o s ~-in ov 1130 &i and a ,in othfr wrtbent would estab1142. a c o o m g to historims of day. lish,whcthek we abject could e a s i l y be Also, they . t c l l us, in thc 18th and 19th identified, .or c l a s s i f i e d as a true LED, as mntwies, flying objects so f+rqufntly , . the teym,is c & m d l j understood. sccn i n Ibhemia, childrcn learned &out thcm in school. Y e t , ' h i l e s m b r i e f ' repotts may s m almost maningless ;' .we, w i l l use - them as -they may fig' into the blueprint ytii& is k i n g m m ' s CN! I added t o &y by day in covering the over-all picture,_and heads-wiser than ours m y rcadN m t h a t ih-wrican ahd m s i a n spa=i l y " separate f a c t frcm fantasy ." c r a f t have estcabliShed thc amsphere of Venus to bc a W t 100%carbon dioxide, a J* H*& has said IMy gzs dc&ly t o pan, m d thc terrpfratof bc lurking 'in the uFb reprts hidden that plNlet between 500 800 s c i e n t i f i c 'paydirt', as a mite of radium F ~ h r c n h c i,t contactees who claim t o have was 11id&n in tons of pikchblcnde. "W rem d c t o t r i p them cmd 1b~~c.k w i l l haw a x spectfully suggest- there could a l s o l l i t t l e trouble explaining how they stood the 'paydxt ' in . a not-so-gcud report. For. one , , b a t ! thing, it could add strength to the sighting of another wiltness v&o had a b c t t c r look a t We look f o r Dr. Stranges to announ= thc cbj e c t i n q u e s t i m md who could giw that his man frwn Vms isn more informatian. a f t e r all, but f m a strange, l m d i s c 6 ~ r e d , ',.,man& and unknown (certainly! ) planet fa^ So we urge you--send in your report, out of reach of E a r t h ' s mddling -spacecrclft. b r i c f tho it may be. YOU may bc the witness needed 'tp substantiate another's report. -.

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The-,Taurid mtoor.shower .rea&cs' mAximum on N m 5th 'but w i l l bc.x t i v e f o r .t h e atire mnth. The ~ p . W ? d s:.$' . reddish .,ahd- ~ V C :. . . . .. . . . slm~~y. .

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Thc u n i t rcported t h e sighting of ÂŁour bright objccts i n the sky ever the intersection of U.S. 77 =md K-82. ?he cbjccts had hem seen ecxlicr by four boys a t Clay Cenker ,md police thcre had asked policc i n J m d i o n City t o m n t a c t Ft. Riley f o r identific+ion of the objects by militsxy authorities. '

F-. Filcy o f f i c i a l s t o l d the police they believed thc objcct WIS a s a t e l l i t e , but disps.tch&i the llrmy u n i t to check. The u n i t reported.spotting the objccts ~ m dseaid c 7 t p c t i m c thcy = l p ~ ? c ? ~tod bc quitc low. They hovered, t h m m w d t o the ecwt and back t o the west before disappearing. The unit reported trcaining a spotlight m the objects, but could not distinguish what they were.

Rxcm Drurtmnd, nationally-qmhcated 27 a rrcrrbcr of the Nrltioncd Spelcological .j 5 . 7 ~ky - , hc has Visited mre than 300 C Z ~ S in newspaper cclumnist , "!I!he Condm t e r n is not .-. doing t h i s job reluctantly; thcy s n doing it ~ c s s o - a - i ,Kerrtucky , Chi0 ~mdVirginia. with a sense of e x c i t a r m t ; t h ~ yknow t h a t . just possibly they may be within reach of the Other hobbies include collecting Indim a r t i f a s t s md playing drums. biggest discovery of the <acjks." Dr. J.E. McConald, t h i v c r s i t y of Arizma, "Thcre is, i n nry opinian; no sensible altemat i v c t the u t t e r l y shocking hypothesis thzt the U F O ' s care e x t r a t e r r e s t r i a l probes from s a w h e r e clsc "

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m'KRNSPSCI?JY1TfEIES, Oct. 1 4 , 1967. Dr., R.O. ;dcm of- &1orc7doorStqtc-University ' s colleqc SENT3 US ~ I P P ~ N G s -, ' cif "b+erinc&y m d i c i n c 'md bio-rrcdicil sciences as saying hi's invcstigckion ~vclcCZnothing Tc rcpmr--plcase send m y ncwsp?pcr t h a t could not bc cxpl~xhcdi n nckurzl. k r m s . clippings an W' s t o SKYLCXIK , k i n g s m to H e 'sc<d thcrc was s o m evidence of " s c m r give narc dctc of thc ncwspqxr. Thmk you. -'

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I n A d i t i o n t o the findings rcvim~cdhere, you w i l l rcccll thzt a s c y x h - o f the are?. of Snippy's dccth mmlcd circu1c.r exhaust r ~ r k s c o m i n g 2n m ~ ? h.u ~ t 100,by 50 y?qls I f l h t t e n d brush within ;! 10-foot radius of c. l3yee-foothigh bush squashcd t o the crmund, s i x inC@ritat&ns forming a c i r c l e three feet in d i z m t e r , sm b l ~ mtcrirll k shmring high rc7dioactiv2 m~aclings. F q c n t :F? ,sighti n g ~h'd been h 4 . d ~ i n the Prcn z s 1-11 33 in Dcnver whek Judgc..ChcarlcsE. B e n n e t t of +e S,qior Court wcx ~ m n gthose rePo&; ~Lng '!&tee &ng sh@ objects , reddishorcage in color, ' fly'ing a t ap' atl_C,itude, of 2,000 t o 3,000 feet" ' a d m i - g n h\amnjng soupd.

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MUFON UFO Journal - 1967 11. November - Skylook  
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