UFO investigator Don Schmitt reveals deathbed confessions, eyewitness testimony and other evidence related to the 1947 Roswell Incident. As a leading Ufologist and Roswell researcher, Schmitt has deemed Roswell as the “”ultimate cold case,”” approaching the most enigmatic UFO case of all time like a criminal investigation.
On the 66th anniversary of the Roswell UFO incident, we returned to the original crash site with a rare firsthand witness. In 1947, Major Jesse Marcel brought home pieces of the infamous UFO that crashed outside of Roswell. His son, Dr. Jesse Marcel, Jr., still remembers the strange material. We drove into the desert […]
The incident took place in December 9, 1965 at Kecksburg in Pennsylvania. Thousands saw a large, brilliant fireball in several USA states and Ontario in Canada. It streaked over the Michigan/Windsor, Detroit, Ontario area, and also dropped hot metal debris over northern Ohio and Michigan, causing grass fires together caused sonic booms in the […]
Several policemen saw The Great Michigan UFO case, witnessed by over hundred witnesses. Many remember with the experience remember it but rarely discuss it within the community. It was in March 1966, when seven witnesses reported that they had seen an unidentified flying object that was flying over the county of Washtenaw and Livingston. […]
The Roswell incident date back to 1947 when reports of an object crushing Roswell’s vicinity filled the air. Roswell is in New Mexico. Some witnesses claimed the object was an abnormal terrestrial spacecraft and that it crushed with its occupants, who the military personnel later recovered. However, the U.S military had a different story: […]
Google marks the Roswell UFO incident which took place in the USA in 1947 with animated interactive doodle. The Roswell UFO incident took place in the USA in 1947, when an airborne object crashed on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico, on July 7, 1947. Explanations of what actually took place are based on […]
It was 24th June 1947, when Kenneth Arnold, an American aviator when he spotted nine UFOs flying above Mount Rainier, Washington. This sighting got huge news coverage and was credited as the first UFO sighting of the modern era. This was the time when Arnold described the objects as “flying saucer”.
This picture is undoubtedly one of ufology’s most interesting and genuine UFO photo cases. It was taken by professional photographers from the Martin Aircraft Company (which later merged with the American-Marietta Corporation and the Lockheed Corporation to eventually become what is now Lockheed Martin) for a promotional shot of their Martin B-57 Canberra bomber. […]
This is one of the most famous photos taken during the American flying saucer wave of 1952. It was taken by Shell Alpert, a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) seaman stationed at the USCG weather office in Salem, Massachusetts, on July 16. The USCG briefly investigated the case and issued a press release. Afterwards, the […]
At approximately 11.00 am on Wednesday, 6 April 1966, a class of students and a teacher from Westall High School (now Westall Secondary College) were just completing sports on the main oval when an object, described as being a grey saucer shaped craft with a slight purple hue and being about twice the size […]