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The lowest number occurs on Tuesday. This inexplicable "Wednesday phenomenon" proved very valid and was repeated throughout and It was later found to be valid, with minor variations, in other countries.

This does not mean that flying saucers are out in force every Wednesday night. But when there is a large flap, it nearly always takes place on Wednesday.

The one notable exception is the flap of August 16, , a Tuesday night, in which thousands of people in five states witnessed unusual aerial phenomena. By carefully studying the geographical locations of the reported sightings during these flaps, we came upon another puzzling factor.

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The reports seemed to cluster within the boundaries of specific states. For example, during the flap of August 16 there were hundreds of sightings in Arkansas. These seemed to be concentrated into two belts which ran the length of the state from north to south. Yet we did not receive a single report from the neighboring states of Oklahoma, Mississippi, Tennessee, or Louisiana that night. Minnesota and Wisconsin, both far to the north of Arkansas, participated in that same flap.

But the majority of the sightings seemed to be concentrated in Minnesota, and the UFOs seemed to confine their activities within the political boundaries of that state, too. Random sightings were also reported in distant New Jersey that night, and a few sightings were reported in South Dakota, right on the border with Minnesota. Certainly if the UFOs were meteors or other natural phenomena, they would also be reported in adjoining states.

Cross-state sightings are not as common as the skeptics would like to believe. In addition, the objects often linger for hours in one area. At Fort Smith, Arkansas, newsman John Gamer took his KFSA microphone into the streets and broadcast a description of the strange multicolored lights that cavorted over the city for hours as great crowds of people watched.

If the UFOs are actually machines of some sort, their pilots seem to be familiar not only with our calendar but also with the political boundaries of our states. They not only concentrate their activities on Wednesday nights, they also carefully explore our states methodically from border to border. Or does it sound like the work of someone who is using our maps and our calendars and may, therefore, know a great deal about us, even though we know little about "them"?

The skeptics try to explain away the published UFO stories by saying that a mass hysteria builds up in flap areas and that everyone starts seeing the things once a few reports have been published. This is patently untrue. Nearly all the published reports of flap dates appear on the same day. There is no time lag, no building up of reports.

Random individuals in widely separated areas all apparently see unidentifiable objects on the same night and dutifully report their observations to their local police or newspapers, seldom realizing that anyone else has seen something that night.

The next day the newspapers in several areas, or even several different states, carry the reports. The flap has come and gone in a single day.

Even then, people reading the Arkansas Gazette never learn that other papers in other states have been filled with UFO accounts on that same day. Most UFO buffs, who depend upon one another and assorted friends for clippings, are never aware of the full extent of the flap.

With the exception of the North American Newspaper Alliance, no news service assigns men to keep track of these things and tabulate them. So while an occasional sighting may be sent out by a wire service, data on the overall situation are simply not available. I received more than 2, clippings and reports in March alone and was able to investigate many of them firsthand.

Yet the major news media ignored this flap, perhaps because none of the editors realized it was happening. The indifference so long fostered by the official government position has resulted in a general indifference.

The biggest flap in March occurred on Wednesday, March 8. Minnesota: "A strange object in the sky hovering around above our homes here is giving some of us folks the shivers. The thing moves with a gliding motion with brilliant light and sometimes just hovering and sometimes moving with utmost speed. It appears each night at 8 o'clock and stays for about one hour before it fades away. Oklahoma: At P. Homer Smith stepped onto her back porch and "was astounded to see a twirling object with colored lights" going over Ninth Street headed south.

She called her ten-year-old son, and he saw it, too. She said the UFO was traveling and twirling so fast that it was difficult to count the lights on it, but they were colored, and what she believed to be the rear of the ship had what looked like "spits of fire coming from it.

Arkansas: Mrs. Ned Warnock of Brinkley, Arkansas, viewed an object from her kitchen window that night.

It was round and pretty large. It was real low but gained height and speed as it took off. It was moving too fast for a star. Folkerts, and they also saw the object. Maryland: Two residents and a police officer observed an object that appeared circular, with "a shiny gold bottom.

It flew an oval-shaped path, going back and forth from Fort Meade to Laurel three times before taking off. Montana: Mr. Wednesday night. Montana: "Many people have seen unidentified flying objects in the Ekalaka, Lame Jones, and Willard areas.

The report is that they seem to hover about a mile from the ground, 'fly' up and down, or in any direction that seems to pleasure them. They are lit up with red and green lights and are apt to be seen in the early night. Harry Hanson of Willard relates that Stanley Ketchum has seen them at what seems to be a closer range than most, and any attempt at trying to get close to them makes them literally disappear into thin air. Missouri: Mr. Sloan Muir of Caledonia, Missouri, observed a flashing light from his kitchen window at 7: 15 P.

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They said it was "a shiny, metal, oblong globe, shaped something like a watermelon. Around the perimeter were many beautiful multicolored lights-green and red mostly, but also white, blue, and yellow, running into orange. Bardstown, Kentucky, Kentucky Standard, March 16, Missouri: "In the past two-and-one-half weeks 75 to persons have reported sightings in the Osage Beach and Linn Creek areas.

Missouri: Mrs. Phyllis Rowles of Bunceton, Missouri, reported seeing a multicolored object at 8 P.

She described it as having flashing blue, green and white lights. It hovered for two hours, moving in an up-and-down motion. Boonville, Missouri, Daily News, March 9, Illinois: Mr. Lonnie Davis were driving on Route 30 around noon when "they saw a beam of light come from a wide-open area south of them.

Davis said. It was circle-shaped. It seemed to come toward us but gained height until it went in back of a small cloud. We watched for about ten minutes more, but it never appeared again. They said a white light flashed occasionally with a less frequent red light and a periodic green light. The object appeared between lOP. Illinois: Knox County Deputy Sheriff Frank Courson and twenty other persons watched a pulsating white and red circular object for several hours on Wednesday night. The object resembled an upside-down bowl and appeared to be about 2, feet off the ground.

Deputy Courson added that "a similar object crossed over his car Monday as he drove along Interstate 74 near Galesburg, Illinois, but he was scared to tell anyone about it then. Associated Press story, widely circulated, March 10, A state trooper named Kennedy said he had followed the object to U.

The object was a brilliant bluish-white and red.

Bloomington, Illinois, Pantagraph, March 10, Dozens of similar reports poured into police departments in Moline, Illinois.

Iowa: "On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights of last week unidentified flying objects were reported by several persons.. UFOs have also been reported in the Steamboat Rock area. Iowa: A "saucer-shaped blue light" was observed Wednesday night hovering above Dam 18 north of Burlington, Iowa. Deputy Sheriff Homer Dickson said he thought it might have been a "reflection of a spotlight on the ice.

Name obliterated. March 9, Iowa: Mrs. Koppenhaver reported seeing "a big red ball" sailing over her house at P. Only this object was very mobile, moving almost out of sight, the bright glow diminishing to a small light.

I've seen satellites before, but this was nothing like them. It moved so fast and maneuvered so quickly. Boone, Iowa, News-Republican, March 10, Kansas: Mr. Wednesday night "when the sky lit up and a bright blue object of some kind appeared. He drove a short distance when "the sky lit up poof in one big flash, and immediately ahead of me the saucer-shaped object began to spread apart-one half still blue, the other fiery red.

As the distance widened between the two parts, a connecting band which appeared to be about one and a half feet thick formed, and while I watched, the object broke up and disappeared in a flash.

Kansas: Several police officers in Marion, Kansas, watched an unidentified flying object Wednesday night between and P. Marion police dispatcher Sterling Frame and others viewed it through binoculars and stated it changed color: red, green and yellow. There's no question about that. Kansas: "Around Wednesday night, several Towanda youths were parked along the road northwest of town when they observed revolving red, white and blue lights flashing in the sky above the Wilson field in the vicinity of a city water well.

Osborne said, "The trees along the river were lighted up from the reflection as the mysterious object moved over them.

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Whitewater, Kansas, Independent, March 9, Kansas: Sheriff G. They said the thing resembled a sphere from 12 to 14 feet long with an object attached to the bottom which appeared to be about 12 feet in diameter. There were three lights on it-red, green and amber. He said it flew over the city at moderate speed and appeared at an altitude of 1, to 11, feet. Norton, Kansas, Telegram, March 14, These twenty-two reports are a mere sampling, but they provide an idea of what happened on a single Wednesday night in March This was not an exceptional flap.

It was, in fact, a rather ordinary one, and none of these incidents is of special interest. There were seventy-four flap dates in , many of them much larger than that of March 8, Crossstate sightings are not as common as the skeptics would like to believe. In addition, the objects often linger for hours in one area. At Fort Smith, Arkansas, newsman John Gamer took his KFSA microphone into the streets and broadcast a description of the strange multicolored lights that cavorted over the city for hours as great crowds of people watched.

In my studies of several other flaps I have discovered this same baffling geographical factor. If the UFOs are actually machines o some sort, their pilots seem to be Familii not only f ith the political boundaries of our entrate their activities on Wednesday ully explore our states methodically from this sound like the work of Martians or extraterrestrial d like the work of someone who is UT calendars and may, therefore, know a n though we know little about "them"?

Nearly all the published on the same day. There is no time ports. Random individuals in widely apparently see unidentifiable objects on the e night and dutifully report their observations to their local ce or newspapers, seldom realizing that anyone else has seen t. The next day the newspapers in several different states, carry the reports. The flap s come and gone in a single day.

Even then, people reading e never learn that other papers in other d with UFO accounts on that same day. So while an occasional sighting may sent out by a wire service, data on the overall situation are simply not available.

I received more than 2, clipping and reports in March alone and was able to investigate many of them at firsthand. Yet the major news media ignored this flap, perhaps because none of the editors realized it was happening. Instead of the mythical censorship so lovingly expounded in some cultist circles, we have a lack of communication and a complete lack of research. The indifference so long fostered by 22 23 The Secret War the official government position has resulted in a general indifference.

The biggest flap in March, occurred on a WednesdayMarch 8. Let's review briefly some of the sightings reported on that day: 1. Minnesota: "A strange object in the sky hovering around above our homes here is giving some of us folks the shivers. It's becoming such a mysterious light or flying saucer that we can almost work our imaginations into teeing it land some green men from outer space into our backyard.

The thing moves with a gliding motion with brilliant light and sometimes just hovering and sometimes moving with utmost speed. I t appears each night at 8 o'clock and stays for about one hour before it fades away. Oklahoma: At P.

Homer Smith stepped onto her back porch and "was astounded to see a twirling object with colored lights" going ever Ninth Street headed south. She called her ten-year-old son, and he saw it, too.

She said the UFO was traveling and twirling so fast that it was difficult to count the lights on it, but they were colored, and what she believed to be the rear of the ship had what looked like "spits of fire coming from it. Arkansas: Mis. Ned Warnock of Brinkley, Arkansas, viewed an object from her kitchen window that night.

It was round and pretty large. It was real low hut gained height and speed as it took off. It was moving too fast for a star. Folkerts, and they also saw the object.

Maryland: Two residents and a police officer observed an object which appeared circular, with "a shiny gold bottom. It flew an oval-shaped path, going back and forth from Fort Meade to Laurel three times before taking off.

Montana: Mr. Richard Haagland of Stevensville, Monma, reported to the Missoula County sheriff's office that he bad seen a circular flying object which "dropped three balls of fire before disappearing" at P.

Wednesday night. Montana: ' "Many people have seen unidentified flying objects in the Ekalaka, Lame Jones, and Willard areas.

The report is that they seem to hover about a mile from the ground, 'fly' up and down, or in any direction that seems to pleasure them. They are lit up with red and green lights and are apt to be seen in the early night. Harry Hanson of Willard relates that Stanley Ketchum has seen them at what seems to be a closer range than most, and any attempt at trying to get close to them makes them literally disappear into thin air.

Missouri: Mr. Sloan Muir of Caledonia, Missouri, observed a flashing light from his kitchen window at P. They said it was "a shiny, metal, oblong globe, shaped something like a watermelon. Around the perimeter were many beautiful multicolored lights-green and red mostly, but also white, blue, and yellow, running into orange. Bardstown, Kentucky, Kentucky Standard, March 16, Missouri: "In the past two and one half weeks 75 to persons have reported sightines in the Osage Beach and Linn Creek areas.

Missouri: Mrs. Phyllis Rowles of Bunceton, Missouri, reported seeing a multicolored object at 8 P. She described it as having flashing blue, green, and white lights. It hovered for two hours, moving in an up-anddown motion. Boonville, Missouri, Daily News, March 9, Illinois: Mr. Lonnie Davis were driving on Route 30 around noon when "they saw a beam of light come from a wide-open area south of them.

Davis said. It was circle-shaped. It seemed to come toward us but gained height until it went in back of a small cloud. We watched for about ten minutes more, but it never appeared again. Illinois: Several witnesses in Pontiac, Illinois, reported sightings to the state police on Wednesday. They said a white light flashed occasionally with a less frequent red light and a periodic green light.

The object appeared between 10 P. Illinois: Knox County Deputy Sheriff Frank Courson and twenty other persons watched a pulsating white and red circular object for several hours on Wednesday night. The object resembled an upsidedown bowl and appeared t o be about 2, feet off the ground. Deputy Courson added that "a similar object crossed over his car Monday as he drove along Interstate 74 near Galesburg, Illinois, but he "was scared to tell anyone about it then.

Associated Pressstory, widely circulated, March 10, A state trooper named Kennedy said he had followed the object to U. The object was a brilliant bluish-white and red. Bloomington, Illinois, Pantagraph, March 10, Illinois: "Flying saucer reports, one of them from a ' man policeman and pilot, flooded the Knox County sheriff's ce in Galesburg Thursday. Dozens of similar reports poured to police departments in Moline, Illinois.

Iowa: "On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights of week unidentified flying objects were reported by several om. Tietz, Connie agit and her younger brother. Jack Chadwick, and John Kiwala. UFOs have also been reported in the Steamboat Rock area. Iowa: A "saucer-shaped blue light" was observed Wednesday night hovering above Dam 18 north of Burlington, Iowa.

Deputy Sheriff Homer Dickson said he thought it might have been a "reflection of a spotlight on the ice. Name obliterated. March 9, Iowa: Mrs. Koppenhaver reported seeing "a big red ball" sailing over her house at P. Only this object was very mobile, moving almost out of sight, the bright glow diminishing to a small light.

I've seen satellites before, but this was nothing like them. It moved so fast and maneuvered so quickly. Kansas: Mr.

Wednesday night "when the sky lit up and a bright blue object of some kind appeared. He drove a short distance when "the sky lit u p poof in one big flash, and immediately ahead of me the saucershaped object began to spread apart-one half still blue, the other fiery red. Kansas: Several police officers in Marion, Kansas, watched an unidentified flying object Wednesday night between 8 and P. Marion police dispatcher Sterling Frame and others viewed it through binoculars and stated it changed color: red, green, and yellow.

There's no question about that.Before sunset on that date "there appeared in the air over the whole country [Jerusalem] chariots and armed troops coursing through the clouds.

Operation Tmjan Horse anyone could see the aura. As the distance widened between the two parts, a connecting band which appeared to be about one and a half feet thick formed, and while I watched, the object broke up and disappeared in a flash. There are thousands of microscopic life forms in a drop of water. His investigation shows this sort of thing has been going on throughout recorded history.

A 2nd edition was never published until this revised edition came out in the late '90s. Thousands of books have been published on this process.