- February 28, 1904. San Francisco, CA.
Source: NAVY OFFICER SEES METEORS.; They Were Red Ones, the Largest About Six Suns Big. New York Times, March 9, 1904; Dr. Bruce Maccabee
There was a sighting by three crew members on the USS Supply 300 miles west of San Francisco, reported by Lt. Frank Schofield, later to become Commander-in-Chief of the Pacific Battle Fleet. Schofield wrote of three bright red egg-shaped and circular objects flying in echelon formation that approached beneath the cloud layer, then changed course and "soared" above the clouds, departing directly away from the earth after two to three minutes. The largest had an apparent size of about six suns.
- May 13, October 13, 1917. Fatima, Portugal (1)
Glowing globe stopped over tree emitted faint buzzing sound.
- 1944. Southwest Ukraine (3)
"It lit up the air around it. It looked like a localized sunset, but in the center was a strange-looking flying object."
|Scientist opinion: Possibility the electrification of the plane was due to the close proximity of the UFO's propulsion system which ionized the atmosphere.|
- 1944-45. Europe (1)
The glowing spheres and disks, ranging in size from one-to-five in diameter, sometimes exhibiting changes in color, usually from orange to red to white and back to orange.
- June 9, 1946. Helsinki, Finland (2)
A glowing body, trailing smoke behind it, was seen heading to the southwest at a low altitude.
- February 8, 1951. Iceland to Newfoundland (3)
R5D four-engine transport Navy aircraft Pilot and crew observe a translucent or metallic, saucer shaped craft, purple-red fiery ring around the perimeter and a frosted white glow around the entire object. The purple-red glow around the perimeter was the same type of glow you get around the commutator of an auto-generator when you observe it at night. Interigated and investigated by US Air Force intelligence officers.
- November 2, 1951. Mojave, California (7)
Discoid UFO estimated to be approximately 30 feet in diameter and 10 feet thick. The object was well-defined and had a blue-green color with a similarly colored glow surrounding it.
- July 1952. Washington. (13/p.174)
Wilbert Smith confirmed that a number of fragments from UFOs had been recovered and analysed by his research group, including one that had been shot from a disc near Washington in July 1952. Smith, who held a top-secret clearance and liaised with his American counterparts at the time, was informed that the disc, which was about 2 feet in diameter, as glowing.
Upper surfaces glowing red-orange...Glowing top surfaces.
- July 1, 1954. Walesville, New York (1)
Spotted a gleaming, disk-shaped apparatus.
- November, 1957. Levelland, Texas (2)
Multiple sightings of a glowing red egg-shaped UFO, glowing blue-green torpedo-shaped UFO sitting on road/highway.
- October 5, 1957. Sao Francisco de Salles (1)
Antonio Villas-Boas. Three spikes protruded from from the front of the object, illuminated by red phosophorescence of a front headlight.
- December 16, 1957. Old Saybrook, CT
Mary M. Starr. Two robot-like beings, squarish heads, one arm upraised; visible through windows of 20 to 30 ft long-ellipse hovering near house; craft glowed, windows vanished, took off.
- June 26, 1959. Boianai, Papua, New Guinea (1)
The machine and its occupants were surrounded by a glowing halo of light.
Surronded by a white glow. Red lights glowed from each end.
- March 16, 1961. Admiralty, Antarctica (1)
The object itself was reddish it left behind an orange trail which resembled a straight , hollow tube similar to a neon light.
- May 18, 1964. Mt. Vernon, Virginia
One small, glowing white oval split twice after moving from the right of the Moon around to the left.
- December 21, 1964. Washington D.C. (1)
Six concentric rings encircled the object, which was crested with a dome and emitted a bluish glow.
- January 23, 1965. Williamsburg, Virginia
One mushroom or lightbulb-shaped object, 75-80' high, 25' in diameter on top and 10' bottom diameter; metallic grey with a red-orange glow on the near side and a blue glow on the far side.
- November 9, 1965. Niagara Falls (1)
A pilot had seen a round, glowing object near the Northern Hemispsere's largest power plant at Niagara Falls.
- October 21, 1965. St. George, Minnesota (1)
The area below the windows glowed with a bluish light.
- March 21, 1966. Hillsdale, Michigan
A resident of the women's dormitory at Hillsdale College reported a strange object in the sky. County Civil Defense director William E. Van Horn responded and confirmed that a bright glowing object was indeed bouncing across a nearby hollow and then became airborne. J. Allen Hynek was a scientific consultant to the Air Force Project Blue Book and a UFO-skeptic at that time. Hynek, who died in 1986, dismissed the Hillsdale sighting as "swamp gas". Within 2 weeks, however, he changed not only his opinion about the sighting, but also sides in the great UFO debate. Perhaps it was the comments of Van Horn's report that sparked his "conversion". Soil analysis showed that on the very spot where the "swamp gas" had touched down, radiation levels were higher than in the surrounding terrain. More significant still was the finding that the ground was also contaminated with Boron, the element used to slow nuclear chain reactions.
- March 16, 1967. Malmstrom AFB, Montana
The object was illuminated by a red glow.
- August 3, 1967. Caracas, Venezuela
One 3-ft tall being, emerged from hovering luminous disc, took gravel samples.
- September 15, 1967 Winsted, CT
Three beings about 4'^ ft. tall, large heads, scurried around glowing, pulsating object; light dimmed when cars approached.
- September 11, 1967. Old Saybrook ,Connecticut
It was surrounded by a glow or halo.
- November 23, 1967. Zagreb, Yugoslavia
UFO photograph. Farcich Zoran.
- October 24, 1968. North Dakota
At least 16 ground witnesses and the in-air crew of a
B-52 spot a glowing object hovering near Minot AFB, N.D.
- January 7, 1970. Imjarvi, Finland (1)
Glowing red-gray cloud.
- June 30, 1973. Suonenjoki, Central Finland
Jarmo Nykanen. The light seemed to radiate from a jelly of some sort and it
glowed in an unusual way. Jarmo thinks he saw a strange being inside
- October 11, 1973. Pascagoula, Mississippi (1)
Large, glowing, bluish-white, egg-shaped craft hovering nearby.
- 1974. Trancas, California (1)
The rotating rim had what appeared to be windows illuminated by blue, green and fluorescent gray lights.
- August 13, 1975. Alamogordo, New Mexico (1)
A glowing, metallic, disk-shaped object falling towards the ground about 300 feet away. As it descended to an altitude of fifteen-to-twenty feet, it wobbled on its own axis.
- August 20, 1975. Albany, New York (1)
As the reddish, glowing UFO flashed on and off, two smaller objects approached and merged with it.
- October 27/29/31, 1975. Loring Air Force Base, Maine (1)
The white strobe and reddish orange lights of an unidentified object were seen descending to within 300 yards of a weapons dump containing nuclear bombs.
- June, 1976. Riverside, CA
Military helicopter hovers over area that a large, glowing object descended about 20 minutes earlier.
- September, 1976. Teheran
Two brilliantly glowing UFOs first seen by ground observes.
- September 17, 1978. Torrita, Province of Siena, Italy
Rivo Faralli. Witness car stalled on road by red glowing domed disk; two occupants emerged from dome, floated around car, reentered object. Witness suffered eye irritation for two days.
- December 26-27, 1980. Bentwaters AFB, England (2/P186)
Back gate at RAF Woodbridge. Three patrolmen on foot reported seeing a strange glowing object in the forest.
At one point it appears to throw off glowing particles.
- December 9, 1990. The Belgium Sightings (2)
Couple while driving saw a huge, circular plate over the top of a group of trees. Around the edge were bright white lights. There was also four spoke-like lines that were a glowing brass color.
- December 21, 1994. Mt.Popocatepetl in Puebla, Mexico
Carlos Diaz photo of a glowing, yellowish, disc shaped object with a red hue toward the top and windows or portholes.
- October 15, 1998. Port Washington, WI
Witnessed what I believe to be quiet, low humming craft with 2 bright banks of lights (what appeared to be rather halogenic red/clear/blue), approximately 500-1000ft above ground.
- 2005. Puerto Rico
The following is a preliminary report of this event in Puerto Rico -- the flight of a large triangular UFO over Puerto Rico. At this time only one person has photographed the object, but we are aware that more people saw it, including administrative personnel from the [Luis Munoz Marin International] Airport.