Place: Klamath Falls, Ore.
"Dropped into lake"
This reference: Invisible Residents by Ivan T.
Sanderson, p. 228, © 1970
Original reference: Klamath
Falls Herald and News, 24 December 1965.
UFOCAT PRN - 76807
UFOCAT URN – NONE Klamath Falls Herald and
News, 24 December 1965
URN – 76807 Invisible
Residents by Ivan T. Sanderson, p. 228, © 1970
North America – United States, Oregon
Klamath Lake: There is no single “Klamath Lake,” however, there are two lakes
called “Upper Klamath” Lake and “Lower Klamath” Lake. Of the two, the “Upper”
is the larger and probably the one referred to. Although I was able to get
coordinates for “Lower Klamath” Lake from:
, I had to approximate the coordinates for “Upper”
from the towns mentioned in the “Upper Klamath” printout:
Upper Klamath Lake Latitude
42-23-54 N, Longitude 121-52-57 W (D-M-S)
Klamath Falls Latitude
42-13-30 N, Longitude 121-46-50 W
The National Gazetteer of the United States of America, prepared by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the U.S. Board on Geographic Names,
Washington, D.C., 1990
Location (UFOCAT) Latitude 42.23 N, Longitude 121.78 W (D.%)