Encounters with Aliens on this Day February 9

 1902 – At 7:40 p.m. a “meteor” turned, looped, and curved for 12
seconds over Paris, France. Its tail lasted 90 seconds. (Source:
Jacques Vallee, Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma, p. 5).

– At 9:02 p.m. a formation of lights resembling an express train in the
sky was seen over Eesterhazy, Mortlach and other parts of southeastern Saskatchewan.
It emerged from the northwest, and continued across the sky in several
successions for more than three minutes. (Sources: William R.
Corliss & Jerome Clark, UFO Calendar 1999; Richard F. Haines, Project Delta, p. 42; citing Sky & Telescope; George Eberhart, A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies, p. 283, citing The Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1913, p. 145).

1915 – A large dark airship flew at a low altitude near Bigfork,
Montana around five o’clock in the late afternoon. It headed off
toward the southwest. (Source: J. Bernard Delair, UFO Register, volume 8
(1977), citing the Flathead Courier, February 11, 1915).

1953 – A U.S.Marine Corps pilot chased a rocket-like object for
over three minutes over Cherry Point, North Carolina at 10:30 a.m.
The luminous object with a red glow climbed rapidly. It had no wings or
tail section. (Sources: Project Blue Book files, February 1953; Larry
Hatch, U computer database, case #2981).

1957 – On or about this date a woman driving along a desolate
road in Ridgefield, Connecticut encountered a five meter long
cigar-shaped object close to the ground on the left side of the road. It
had several portholes about half a meter in diameter that were lit by a
yellow light. Shadows could be seen moving around behind the windows. It
took off going straight up. (Source: Thomas M. Olsen, The Reference for
Outstanding UFO Sighting Reports
, case 86, citing APRO
, March 1962, p. 1).

1962 – Mr. R. Wildman was driving along a road in Aston Clinton,
England taking a new car to Swansea for delivery, when at 3:30 a.m.
he encountered a 40-foot wide oval-shaped domed disc with black marks around the
rim, 20-30 feet above the ground. The object seemed metallic, was white in
color with portholes, and made no sound. The car’s engine stopped when he
was 20 meters away, but the headlights remained on. The incident lasted
five minutes. (Sources: Richard Hall, The UFO Evidence (Volume I),
p. 75; Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings,
case 538; Geoffrey Falla, BUFORA Vehicle Interference Project, p.
24; Mark Rodeghier, UFO Reports Involving Vehicle Interference, p.
19; Leonard Cramp, Piece for a Jig-Saw, p. 214; Thomas M. Olsen,
The Reference for Outstanding UFO Sighting Reports, case 129).

1966 – At 8:20 p.m. a glowing ovoid object hovered and made
circular maneuvers in the sky for 15 minutes in Heytesbury, near
Warminster in Wiltshire, England. It changed colors as well,
reported the witness, a man named Baldwin. (Sources: Arthur Shuttlewood,
The Warminister Mystery, p. 157; Larry Hatch, U computer database,
case 7066; Contact U.K. catalogue of UFO reports).

1967 – Police officer D. E. Swider was driving on Interstate 65 eight miles south of Seymour, Indiana
at 7:50 p.m. when he encountered a huge, round object that moved
slowly, changing colors from white to red to orange as it
slowed, then accelerated. Venus was visible at the time. (Source:
Francis L. Ridge, Regional Encounters, p. 28).

1967 – At 8:45 p.m. Donald and Marie Guseman were driving on U.S. Highway 13 in Odessa, Delaware when they encountered a 50 foot wide disc-shaped object with a cupola and ports underneath, and forwardly placed light beams.
It also had a green light on one side and a red light on the other. It
hovered motionless over some trees, then emitted light beams that
swung upwards at a 45-degree angle into the sky. The object began
moving away, and then suddenly disappeared. Their close encounter
lasted two minutes. (Source: Project Blue Book files counted in
official statistics, case # 11350; Gordon I. R. Lore, Jr., UFOs: A New Look, p. 12; Don Berliner, Australasian Ufologist, April 1999, p. 54; Richard H. Hall, The UFO Evidence, Volume II: A Thirty Year Report, p. 327).

1969 – At 1:00 a.m. in St. Martin de Londres, Herault department, France
a 40-year-old farmer and his assistant saw a large stationary disc that
hovered low over his goats in a pasture. The billy-goat
became impotent as a result, and his dogs started barking
every morning at 2 a.m. (Sources: Lumieres dans la Nuit, July 1969; FSR, January-February 1970, p. 13 & January-February 1972, p. 26; UNICAT, case # 491 citing Fernand Lagarde, Mysterieuses Soucoupes Volantes, p. 57).

1973 – At 3:00 a.m. three people driving in a car on the A414
highway between Hemel Hempstead and St. Albans in Hertford, England
encountered a bright yellow sphere hovering low over the road, about 20 or
30 feet above a viaduct. Their car engine stopped. The car engine
restarted inself when the sphere rose vertically into the sky and
departed. (Sources: FSR, March 1973, p. 32; Mark Rodeghier, UFO Reports
Involving Vehicle Interference
, p. 56; Geoffrey Falla, BUFORA
Vehicle Interference Project
, p. 63; Richard Hall, The UFO
Evidence, Volume II: A Thirty Year Report
, p. 254).

1974 – At around 9:00 p.m. four people riding in a car traveling
on a highway north-northeast of Evansville, Indiana were levitated
by a UFO and lost consciousness. When they recovered they had over two
hours of missing time. One of the abductees recalled interacting with an
occupant of the UFO, who looked to be human, and who somehow knew the
names of the four of them. (Sources: Francis L. Ridge, Regional
, p. 46; Larry Hatch, U computer database).

1974 – That same night David Swanner of Shores Community,
Tennessee claims he was invited by two “men” to ride in a UFO. In a
few moments after accepting their invitation they flew over San Francisco,
then the Hawaiian Islands. His round trip excursion took only 45 minutes.
The purpose of their presence, he was told, was to warn of the “possible
destruction of Solar System by atomic bombs.” The UFOnauts were between
four and five feet tall, wore white coveralls, and had long, pointed
chins, with tall foreheads and small eyes, ears, and noses. They claimed
that their lifespan was between 125-175 years. Mr. Swanner was instructed
to inform the public. He claims to possess proof, but it “cannot now be
revealed.” This was his third close encounter with the aliens. (Sources:
Ted Bloecher, MUFON Symposium Proceedings 1975, p. 51 & 55;
Stanley Ingram, Pulaski Citizen, October 30, 1974; David F. Webb
& Ted Bloecher, HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, case
1974-05 (A1301), citing Stanley Ingram).

1978 – At around two o’clock at night residents of Saline,
Michigan saw a boomerang or triangular object hovering near their
homes. Mr. & Mrs. Sibson as well as an Air Force mechanic reported
their sightings to the Center for UFO Studies. According to them it made a
slight humming noise, and was the size of three 747’s with a “great
intensity of light coming from the center fuselage area.” It flew off
toward the west slowly. (Sources: CUFOS files, letter dated February 17,
1978; Philip J. Imbrogno, Contact of the 5th Kind, p. 18).

1979 – Over 50 UFOs surrounded the butane freighter “Tamames” in
the Mediterranean Sea as it approached the Escombreras refinery in
the Baleares Islands. The ship’s log reports that clouds appeared
at 3:00 a.m., and the ship’s radar showed the presence of many huge aerial
objects. The presence of yellow lights in the clouds continued for six
hours. The radar of a second ship also reported the presence of the UFOs,
but not ground radar. (Source: Jane Thomas, UFO Newsclipping
, March 1979, p. 15, citing Pueblo, February 9,

1979 – A dark, beehive-shaped UFO was encountered by a
53-year-old man named Hathaway at 9:00 p.m. while he was driving near
Liverpool Creek, Queensland, Australia. The failure of his car’s
engine and lights closely corresponded with a brilliant flash of light
coming from the object. It rose vertically when it left. The witness
experienced memory loss for some of the events surrounding his close
encounter. (Source: Keith Basterfield, MUFON UFO Journal, December

1988 – In Oswestry, Shropshire, England a 45 foot in
diameter yellow cloud of something that looked like fog was seen
straddling a hedgerow around 8:00 a.m. It glowed brightly and made a noise
like rushing air. A dog ran into it and disappeared for a time. The two
adult witnesses, a man and a woman, reported feeling a tingling sensation
and smelling a sulphur smell. The dog was later found unconscious, wet and
hot; its eyes were red and it seemed close to death. It died a few weeks
later. (Source: Jenny Randles, Time Storms: Amazing Evidence for Time
Warps, Space Rifts, and Time Travel
, p. 11).

1993 – A young boy went outside at 7:25 p.m. in Colebrook,
New Hampshire and saw a domed disc-shaped object approaching from the
northeast. He went and got his stepfather, and both of them witnessed two
hovering discs. The discs appeared to be the size of a house, about four
feet apart, and only 50 feet in altitude. They seemed to have a pink glow
on the far sides. Their lights blinked, and then both discs disappeared.
(Sources: Sandra Black, MUFON Field Investigation case files, case
930604J; MUFON UFO Journal, October 1993).

1993 – On the same night Mr. C. Wagh was at the Bridge of Earn
in Central Scotland when he sighted six white lights in a straight
line. He viewed then through binoculars as they hovered for the next 15
minutes. They seemed to be about 6 to 8 feet apart. They suddenly went
out. (Source: Ron Halliday, UFO Scotland: The Secret History of
Scotland’s UFO Phenomenon
, p. 159).

1995, La Canada, Avila, Spain – A
28-year-old security guard was fixing his guard dog’s dinner at 9:55 p.m.
The dog was tied to a heavy tonnage truck, and he suddenly began barking
furiously and staring at the nearby railroad tracks. The man looked around
but did not find anything unusual, so he fed his dog and went back to the
guard shack. Fifteen seconds later the dog began barking again. When he
stepped outside he was confronted by a bizarre looking, shiny white figure
that floated quietly above the ground. The apparition was about 1.5 meters
in length and floated horizontally just above the ground. At the same time
the dog’s food dish began to vibrate and “jump around.” The figure was
wearing what looked like a flowing tunic, and a conical hat concealed its
facial features. It advanced slowly towards the witness. The terrified man
noticed the humanoid had long hair, resembling that of a woman’s, and it
carried that looked like a baton in one hand. The man fled from the area
and didn’t return until he had found some additional witnesses. When they
returned to the site they found bizarre symbols that had been traced on
the ground with a sharp tool. One of the symbols resembled a six-pointed
star and others were “STN”, “BEL” and the letter “U”. Superstitious locals
attributed these symbols to be “demonic” in nature. (Source: Albert S.
Rosales, Humanoid Contact Database 1995, citing Iker Jimenez,
Encuentros: La Historia de los OVNI en Espana).

1998 – Driving into Sioux City, Iowa
at 11:45 a.m. a 50-year-old woman and her adult son saw a gray
rectangular object and followed it for about three quarters of
a mile at 70 mph, until they lost sight of it among some
hills. (Source: Barbara Trout, MUFON case files, case # 980401SC).

1999 – At 6:30 p.m. four police constables near a lake in Sheffield, England
saw an orange UFO with a triangular formation of red lights surrounding
it that appeared to revolve around the object. The phenomenon was seen
from two locations, and viewed through binoculars for 30 minutes.
(Source: Heseltine Gary, UFO Magazine (UK), July 2003, p. 11, citing Andy Ellis).

1999 – At 11:45 p.m. a group of fishermen in Pisco, Peru
watched an anomalous light emerge from the ocean, bank sharply
right, and then head for the shore to the east. (Source: Larry
Hatch, U computer database, case # 18079, citing Joseph Trainor, UFO Roundup, volume 4, no. 8 (February 22, 1999)).

2000 – In Bristol, Vermont
at 6:15 p.m. a large luminous triangular cloud flew to the northeast,
and split into four objects as it approached the horizon. (Source:
UFO Magazine (USA), May 2000, p. 17, citing George Filer, Filers Files).

2001 – At around 8 p.m. two campers in Villa Frontera near Arica, Chile
spotted a UFO hovering over a group of 10 white-robed cultists, who
were holding hands and chanting. The UFO bathed the ground in a
powerful light. The next day cell phones in the area would not work,
and the witnesses complained of headaches, stomachaches, back pain, and
dizziness. (Sources: Australasian Ufologist, January 2001, p. 54, citing Joseph Trainor, UFO Roundup, March 15, 2001).

2003 – At 2:10 a.m. three witnesses in Indian Mountain, New Brunswick, Canada
saw a smooth, round orange ball which moved through the sky and
descended slowly into the trees. The sighting lasted seven minutes.
(Source: Geoff Dittman, 2003 Canadian UFO Survey, case # 49).

2004 – Bright amber lights flashing in a random sequence on what appeared to be a disc-shaped object was seen over Lincoln City, Oregon
at 7 p.m. They later came to within what the witnesses said was 30 feet
of their house, and returned by flying back out over the Pacific Ocean.
(Source: Peter Davenport, National UFO Reporting Center, Seattle, Feb.
2004 webpage).

2007 – At
5:30 p.m. a strange “fly-strip-looking” spiral-shaped object was seen
hovering and floating over houses along Lake Ontario in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. (Source: Chris Rutkowski, 2007 Canadian UFO Survey, case # 52, citing NUFORC).

Written by
Donald A. Johnson, Ph.D. (Revised 19 February 2010).

Compiled from the UFOCAT computer database.

abductions and free-will abductions; animal death associated with
strange aerial phenomenon; animal reactions: dogs barking, goat
impotent; apparition; cigar-shaped UFOs; color-changing UFOs; domed
discs; missing time; multi-year reports for England; nautical UFO:
emerged from ocean; orange UFOs, physiological effects: headaches,
stomachaches, back pain and dizziness; portholes; rectangular UFO;
vanishing UFOs; vehicle EM effect; vertical ascent.

© Donald A. Johnson

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