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1946-00-00; Norway, Spitzbergen

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

A piece of evidence of Alien visitors surfaced in 1946 when General James H. Doolittle was sent to Spitzbergen Norway to examine what was described as but not named a Flying Saucer. Of particular concern was the level of technology of the craft and the fact that the bodies recovered were obviously not of terrestrial origin. It was also disturbing that the vehicle seemed to be a short range reconnaissance craft. This finding was due primarily to the fact that no food, water or other provisions of any kind could be found. This indicated that there were more Aliens and more Flying Saucers with an unknown mission and with a technology that was far beyond our reach. The concern escalated when a second crash occurred on 06/12/50 on the Mexican side of the Texas/Mexican border. The craft struck the earth at such a high speed that very little could be found. What was found was taken to a nearby Atomic Energy Commission facility for examination. It was determined that the pieces recovered belonged to a similar craft as that recovered at Roswell. It was decided that the alien technology must be kept out of foreign hands at all costs.

 

 

1946-00-00; USA, New Mexico, Magdalena

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

At a meeting between Linda Moulton Howe and Master Sergeant Richard Doty at Kirtland AFB, she was shown a briefing document, supposedly for the President, dealing with UFO crashes in the US Southwest.

 

The first one was said to have occurred in 1946 near Magdalena, New Mexico.

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/213.htm

 

 


July

 

1946-07-09; Sweden, Lake Barken

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

Object w/ blue & green flashing lights crashed into lake

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/008.htm

 

 

1946-07-10; Sweden, Bjorkon

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

Projectile trailing luminous smoke slammed into beach. Slaglike material. Cylinder 20-30m in dia. Military investigated.

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/009.htm

 

 

1946-07-18; Sweden, Lake Mjosa

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

2 - 8' long missiles with wings crashed into lake with notable turbulence.

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/010.htm

 

 

1946-07-19; Sweden, Lake Kolmjarv

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

Ghost rocket into lake.

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/011.htm

 

 


August

 

1946-08-12; Sweden, uninhabited island

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

Cigar shaped object, 5 ft. long trailing smoke landed on small uninhabited island.

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/012.htm

 

 

1946-08-12; Sweden, Stockholm

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

Newsman Erik Reuterswaard snapped a picture of a comet-like object in the sky above the islands just outside Stockholm. With super-sensitive processing performed at the request of the Swedish General Staff, a cylindrical projectile was found in the midst of the "flame." These objects became more popularly known as "Ghost Rockets" because of a lack of launching facilities available for such vehicles.

 

Source: UFO II CD-ROM

 

 

1946-08-16; Sweden, Malmo

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

Ghost rocket exploded breaking windows & dropping fragments.

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/013.htm

 

 

1946-10-00; Sweden, (southern)

 

 

Category: UFO Crash

 

Small dart with wings & ball shaped tip exploded as it crashed into water.

 

Source: http://www.cseti.org/crashes/014.htm

 

 



 

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