Location: Deadwood, Texas
Date: about April 28, 1897 Time: 2030
Hearing his horses stampeding, H. C. Lagrone went out & saw a bright white light illuminating the area, and then landing. When he went to the spot, he found 5 men, two of who went to fill rubber bags of water. The others informed him that the airship, one of 5 flying around the country, had been built in Illinois and was not yet patented; they were planning to produce them in St. Louis. They were well supplied with edibles of all sorts, had a good supply of beer & champagne, also a full supply of musical instruments.
Source: David Jacobs Type: C
Reference for the above text is: Humanoid Reports 1890-1899 by Albert Rosales, #63.
UFOCAT PRN 81685
UFOCAT URN 081685 Ted Bloecher investigation files, no date, news clip April 30, 1897
UFOCAT URN 115171 HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A0057 by D. Webb, no © date
UFOCAT URN NONE Humanoid Reports 1890-1899 by Albert Rosales, #63
North America United States, Texas, Panola
Deadwood Latitude 32-08-24 N, Longitude 094-08-31 W (D-M-S)
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