UFO - Blinking
- February 24/25, 1942. Southern California
That evening a large number of flares and blinking lights were reported from the vicinity of defense plants.
Photograph appeared in the LA Times.
- July 14, 1952. Newport News, Virginia (1)
Additional disk joined the formation, lights on all eight blinked out, then came on again.
- May 31, 1954. Concord, New Hampshire
White elongated object flew very fast then blinked out.
- June 10, 1954. Estacado, Texas
USAF Pilot Capt. Bill McDonalld. One white light descended at 45 from great altitude, passed under his aircraft, made two 360' turns and went out after 30 seconds.
- December 16, 1963. Midway Island
One white light blinked 2-3 times per seconed as it moved very fast across the sky in 15 seconds.
- August 10, 1964. Wake Island
One reddish, blinking light approached the runway, stopped and made several reverses during 2 minutes.
- August 20, 1975. Albany, New York (1)
As the reddish, glowing UFO flashed on and off, two smaller objects approached and merged with it. After a few minutes, the two smaller objects broke away.
- November 8/11, 1975. Montana, North Dakota (1)
A confidential communique issued by the Combat Operations Center of the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD) on November 11, 1975, reported that "...as the interceptors approached the lights went out. After the interceptors had passed the came on again One hour after the F-106s returned to base, missle site personnel reported the object increasesd to a high speed, raised in altitude, and could not be discerned from the stars."
July 5, 1984. Cape Girardeau, Missouri
A disc with an orange halo hovered over a park in Cape Girardeau, Missouri at an estimated altitude of 1,000 feet. It winked out after fifteen seconds. (Source: APRO Bulletin, February 1985, p. 8).