Flying saucers Italy and Belgium


26 July 1947, Flying saucers Italy and Belgium.

ROME. After the 'flying saucers', luminous missiles of oblong shape have been seen above Italy, at an altitude of about 5000 meters. CHARLEROI. Around Charleroi a flying saucer has been sighted (Belgium).

Flying saucers


4 July 1947, Flying saucers.

The last days we received several announcements regarding mysterious projectiles that would have been sighted on the American coast. The "Courier Mail" reports that this mysterious objects are perhaps supersonic aircraft.  They have been sighted on the west coast of America, from the Canadian border to Texas. There is now a fierce controversy in America. A name has already been found for it, flying saucers.

UFOs in the past


15 July 1947, UFOs in the past

They are now practically observed every day and seem to prefer the skies over Texas after their wanderings in the Northern states. The mysterious phenomenon gets on some people's nerves and the theories about what they are various. Nuclear fission usually plays a major role in the various hypotheses. The saucers have so far created no disaster, so there is nothing to worry about. Some people take the opportunity to get 'in the newspapers' and set up 'Saucer observatory'.

Air phenomenon Holland


24 November 1870, Air phenomenon.

At Duiven in Gelderland (Netherlands), one saw an air phenomenon in bright red color, illuminated by two almost white columns of cloud, which moved in a northwestern direction and remained visible for about half an hour at ten o'clock in the evening.

Air phenomenon Netherlands


27 September 1870, Texel Netherlands.

By three o'clock this morning in the north, a beautiful aerial phenomenon appeared, rising from the top of the horizon high into the air and casting clean, bright rays. The sky was completely cloudless with dotted with stars. This aerial phenomenon, never so beautifully observed by any old sailors, persisted until the morning. Later, when the moon was rising, the sky in the East was so clear that one could see the entire lunar disk with the naked eye.