Go Back Report # 1656


By Leonte N. Objio and Richard W. Heiden

4. September 22, 1972 Palenque, near San Cristobal  
(San Cristobal)            

t 9:00 a.m. or shortly before, while driving toward the UNPHU (National University) experimental farm, Sr. Virgilio Gomez saw a being dressed in green gesturing for him to stop, which made him think it was a military inspection. Nearby he saw two other tall beings, also human in appearance, dressed in green coveralls and with a type of watch on their left wrists. Their skin had a sickening yellow-gray color. In the bushes there was an oval-shaped craft. The being approached him and said he was Freddy Miller, a Dominican who had been rescued from drowning at sea by the UFO beings and taken to Venus to live. After conversing for five minutes, they departed.     
   There was, in fact, a Freddy Miller who had disappeared on May 5, 1959, while boating with four others in calm sea near Santo Domingo. It is also of interest to note that Miller had been a passionate believer in flying saucers.        

Reference for the above text is: APRO Bulletin, January 1982, Vol. 30, No. 1, p. 5.  

UFOCAT PRN – 119992        
UFOCAT URN – 100519
Newspaper clipping, October 28, 1972           
UFOCAT URN – 068808 CEONI investigation files, March 1973
UFOCAT URN – 068849 CEONI investigation files, March 1973
UFOCAT URN – 119992 APRO Bulletin, January 1982, Vol. 30, No. 1, p. 5        
UFOCAT URN – 095393 Contact U.K. (Title of Book), no © date           
UFOCAT URN – 116283 HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A1171 by D. Webb, no © date     

Middle America - Dominican Republic, San Cristóbal   
Palenque           Latitude 18-14-06 N, Longitude 070-09-51 W (D-M-S) [populated place]                     
San Cristóbal     Latitude 18-25-07 N, Longitude 070-06-28 W [populated place]          
San Cristóbal     Latitude 18-33-00 N, Longitude 070-12-00 W [first-order administrative division]        
Santo Domingo  Latitude 18-28-00 N, Longitude 069-54-00 W [capital of a political entity]
Reference: http://geonames.nga.mil/ggmaviewer/     


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