Go Back Report # 258


       On November 4, Jose Alves of Pontal was fishing in the Pardo River near Pontal. The area was deserted, the night quiet with only a slight breeze blowing from the east. Suddenly Alves spotted a strange craft in the sky, apparently heading toward him. He watched, transfixed, as it closed in with a wobbling motion and landed. It was so near he could have touched it, he said. The object, appearing as two washbowls placed together, looked to be about ten to fifteen feet in diameter. He was too frightened to run. Three little men, clad in white clothing with close-fitting skull caps, emerged from a window-like opening in the side of the small craft. Their skin appeared to be quite dark. Alves stood terror-stricken, watching the small creatures collect samples of grass, herbs and leaves of trees; one of them filled a shiny metal tube with river water. Then, as suddenly as they had come, they jumped back into their machine, which took off vertically as swiftly and as silently as it had come. Residents of Pontal, who heard Alves's story when he came back to town, told the press that he was a quiet man who lived only for his work and his family. He had never heard of flying saucers and he was sure the little men were some kind of devils.                                                                                                                                                                                                  

This reference: Flying Saucers: The Startling Evidence by C. Lorenzen, p. 50-51, © 1966

NEED: APRO Bulletin, July 1957, p. 9          

UFOCAT PRN – 24353 [11-04-1954]

UFOCAT URN – NONE    APRO Bulletin, July 1957, p. 9

UFOCAT URN – 024353 Flying Saucers: The Startling Evidence by C. Lorenzen, p. 50, © 1966

UFOCAT URN – NONE    The Great Flying Saucer Hoax by C. Lorenzen, p. 44, © 1966

UFOCAT URN – 024354 The Humanoids: FSR Special Edition #1 by Charles Bowen, p. 19, © 1966

UFOCAT URN – 024359 The Humanoids: FSR Special Edition #1 by Charles Bowen, p. 33, © 1966

UFOCAT URN – 024355 The Reference for Outstanding UFO Sighting Reports by Thomas Olsen,
                                        #60, © UFOIRC 1966
UFOCAT URN – 077465 What We Really Know about Flying Saucers by Otto Binder, p. 89, © 1967

UFOCAT URN – NONE    Flying Saucer Occupants by Coral Lorenzen, p. 106, © 1967

UFOCAT URN – 024357 A Century of Landings (N=923) by J. Vallee, # 327, © 1969

UFOCAT URN – 024360 UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse by John Keel, p. 151, © 1970

UFOCAT URN – 024361 Les Extra-Terrestres by Jader Pereira, p. 70, © 1974

UFOCAT URN – 118645 Uninvited Guests by Richard Hall, p. 60, © 1988

UFOCAT URN – 024356 Pablo Petrowitsch investigation files, no date of publication

UFOCAT URN – 024358 Computerized Catalog (N=3173), #0834 by L. Schoenherr, no © date

UFOCAT URN – 115451 HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A0338 by D. Webb, no © date

UFOCAT URN – 170456 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 04136, © 2002      

UFOCAT PRN – 24353 [12-04-1954]

UFOCAT URN – 024723 Flying Saucer Occupants by Coral Lorenzen, p. 105, © 1967
UFOCAT URN – 088824 Encounters with UFO Occupants by Coral Lorenzen, p. 146, © 1976

South America – Brazil, São Paulo

Pontal              Latitude 21-03-00 S, Longitude 48.04-60 W (D-M-S)

Reference: http://www.fallingrain.com/world/            

Pardo River      Latitude 21.10 S, Longitude 48.38 W (D-M)

Reference: Brazil Gazetteer, prepared in the Office of Geography, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., January 1963        

UFO Location (UFOCAT) Latitude 21.00 S, Longitude 48.05 W (D.%)

                                      Latitude 21.05 S, Longitude 48.08 W [URN 170456]


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