Mystery of the flying disks

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9 May 1947, Roswell UFO ridiculed with whiskey delivery.

The mystery of "flying disks", was it whiskey or was it a weather balloon? Regarding the mysterious "flying disks" observed in the United States and also in Australia, Peterborough wrote in the "Daily Telegraph": "at the English Ministry of Aviation, it is believed that the reports about flying disks are an indirect consequence of export of large batches of Scotch whiskey".

flying saucer over Sweden

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12 April 1759, As bright as the brightest afternoon.

On the 15th in Gestrik Helsing and Jempteland, a special air phenomenon has been observed. In the evening at 7 o'clock in the West a sun appeared, about 4 feet in Diameter, which for 2 Minutes long was spinning around. It gave a bright light as on the brightest afternoon, and then it suddenly, with some sloshing sound, disappeared from the eye behind the horizon within a second. An hour later, half an hour before the Moon's emergence, two different rainbows in the East have shown themselves.

Navy aircraft looks like UFO

ufo113 December 1950, Navy aircraft.

Is this a flying saucer? Perhaps many Americans will have seen this strange looking plane before and called it a flying saucer. The aircraft is part of the United States Navy and has two ordinary aircraft engines.

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Flying saucer "expert" still sees them flying

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20 May 1964, Ken Arnold, stands strong against media.

BOISE (UPI) - The pilot Ken Arnold from Boise in the US state of Idaho is probably world champion in observing unidentified objects, known as "flying saucers". Arnold saw his first flying saucer 17 years ago when he was in charge from a rescue team to an airplane that had crashed at Rainier Mountain in Washington, US, and has since seen dozens of them, he says, not only seeing them but also chasing them.

UFO in a bell jar

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14 August 1952, Prof. dr. Van Eyk: Incomprehensible to professionals.

The latest news about the secret of the flying saucers is that it has been solved. The American physicist Noel W. Scott, took tests in his laboratory, which were attended by officers of technical military services. According to the reports, he allowed a little air into an evacuated system and "a charge of static electricity was added", after which the air and voltage were reduced again.