AIRLINE CAPTAIN AND CREW SPOT UFO OVER IDAHO
JULY 4,1947 EMMETT IDAHO
Captain Smith is a pilot of the American company United Air Lines. The staff of the company who knows years certify its reliability. On Friday, July 4, 1947 at 20:17, Smith, about to take off from Boise (Idaho) to join Seattle Washington is questioned about flying saucers. I’ll believe it when I see he replies. His flight 105 took off at 21:04 Boise. 8 minutes after takeoff, when the aircraft is at 2100 m above Emmett (Idaho), Ralph Stevens, the first officer of Smith, a phenomenon that is observed for another aircraft on approach. He lights his landing lights to indicate its presence, but gets no answer. Smith then examines the phenomenon in turn and determines that it is not only not a plane, but four other objects are now aligned and evenly spaced in the south of the first. He estimated about 30 miles away.  By studying a little more to the residual glow of sunset, Smith and Stevens realized that none of the five objects have wings or tail. After calling Marty Morrow, a hostess, to have a third witness confirmation, they look at the training a little longer, sometimes call the CAA Ontario (Oregon) to obtain a confirmation from the ground, and see training darker face and disappear at high speed towards the west. Smith will insist that there was no rain phenomenon could abuse them (the objects are seen in front of a clear sky above the horizon and the area 1000 feet) and they observed objects long enough (10-12 min) to be fairly certain that it was no conventional aircraft.
They seemed flat at the base, rounded at the top, and guessed some sort of rough surface on the top, although it can not refine this description. Almost immediately after losing sight of the first 5 items, a 2nd training four objects (three in a row and the fourth highest and the other right) moves in front of their position, again traveling in the direction of the west, but at a slightly higher altitude than 8,000 feet of the DC-3. They go quickly out of sight to the west at speeds that appear beyond known at the time speeds. Smith says that he was never sure about sizes or distances, but the general impression was that these devices in the form of discs were significantly larger than regular units. Smith, Kenneth Arnold, and co-pilot Ralph Stevens Smith had not taken seriously the previous accounts of newspapers using the term so persistent “Flying Saucer”. After this observation 9 unconventional aircraft without wings that evening of July 4, he will become more interested in the subject, while refusing to speculate as to their true nature or origin. The next day, Kenneth Arnold was presented to Smith. They get along well and become good friends. Arnold Smith asks for help in its investigation of Maury Island. Smith said last happy to help, and Arnold went to Seattle to bring it to Tacoma. NOTE: The above image is a rendering.
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