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This page contains many of the most significant cases in UFO history. Opinions or theories drawn about these cases are the product of the individual author or organization. These files come from a variety of sources, and all source information was kept intact, therefore any and all copyrights are honored. This page is frequently updated so please come again. All of the case files written by B J Booth, webmaster of the UFO Casebook, are free to distribute with a link back to the Casebook. Notes: The categories displayed on the top of the table are presented for ease of selection of cases based on certain criteria.
According to many archaeologists, ancient astronaut theorists and main stream scientists, Earth was visited in the past by extra terrestrials with superior knowledge, forever changing the course of human history. What if it were all true? Many questions, theories and research has been brought up about this topic. As the awareness and curiosity of many individuals began to grow, a lot more government paid occupations had been created regarding this topic.
[Note from Richard Dolan: This is a direct excerpt from my book, UFOs and the National Security State: The Cover-Up Exposed, 1973-1991 . Article citations are provided in the book.] On the evening of March 4, 1988 near Eastland, Ohio, not far from the Pennsylvania border, Sheila Baker and her children were driving home along the shore of Lake Erie. At 6:30 p.m., their attention was drawn to a large, bright object apparently hovering over the lake. It seemed almost like a blimp. Bright lights appeared at each end of it, and the whole thing was rocking end to end like a seesaw.
On 24th May 1964, Jim Templeton, a fireman from Carlisle in the North of England, took his young daughter out to the marches overlooking the Solway Firth to take some photographs. Nothing untoward happened, although both he and his wife noticed an unusual aura in the atmosphere. There was a kind of electric charge in the air, though no storm came. Even nearby cows seemed upset by it. Some days later Mr Templeton got his photographs processed by the chemist, who said that it was a pity that the man who had walked past had spoilt the best shot of Elizabeth holding a bunch of flowers. Jim was puzzled.
The road to the front gate is long and dusty, but good enough to travel at the rated speed (45 MPH) most of its length. This view is from route 375 looking down Groom Road. The puffs of smoke are the dust trails from vehicles going down the road.
1. The Chilbolton 'Arecibo message' Formation On Tuesday 21st August 2001 two new crop formations were reported near Chilbolton radio telescope in Hampshire, UK.