ALIEN DISC OBSERVED OVER HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE

FORTY YEARS AGO – April 1948:
On the 5th three trained balloon observers from the Geophysics Laboratory Section, Watson Laboratories, New Jersey reported seeing a disc-shaped object in the vicinity of Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico. It was very high and fast and appeared to execute violent maneuvers at high speed. The disc was about a fifth the size of a full moon.

A yellow or light colored sphere 25 to 40 feet in diameter was reported by Lt.
Commander Marcus L. Lowe, USN, just south of Anacostia Naval Air Station, D.C. while he was flying on the 30th. It was moving at a speed of approximately 100 miles per hour at an altitude of about 4,500 feet. Although winds aloft were from the north-northwest the course of the sphere was to the south.……

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THIRTY FIVE YEARS AGO — April 1953:
At 3:15 pm on the 12th 10 disc-shaped metallic colored objects were observed near Sweetwater, Nevada changing formation while moving at a high rate of speed at an estimated altitude of 7,500 feet. The discs passed under the right nacelle of a C-47 aircraft and were observed by the pilot and co-pilot. The pilot turned the aircraft in a tight 300 degree turn for a better view of the discs which were then seen by two more members of the crew. Observers were unable to estimate the speed of the discs.

On the 15th a mass of mysterious white substance drifted down from the sky over Ongaonga, New Zealand. It covered fields, buildings, wires, trees and fences for hundreds of yards around. The substance quickly disintegrated when handled.

NOTE: The above image is CGI.

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