Go Back Report # 876

03-08-1957  

At Baudette, the sighting had been made on the ground by a pilot with 2,000 flying hours. The object he saw was circular, from fifteen to eighteen feet in diameter. Moving upwind, its odd glow shone on the snow-covered ground. It was so low that it seemed to suck the loose snow up under it as it passed. 

Reference for the above text is: Flying Saucers: Top Secret by Donald Keyhoe, p. 56, © 1960        

UFOCAT PRN – 27871 [DOS: 03-09-1957]   
UFOCAT URN – 27885 Computerized Catalog (N=3076), #2294 by Jacques Vallee, no © date

UFOCAT PRN – 96540 [DOS: 03-09-1957]   
UFOCAT URN – 096540 Newspaper clipping, March 13, 1957  
UFOCAT URN – 097252 Newspaper clipping, March 13, 1957  
UFOCAT URN – 027871 Flying Saucers: Top Secret by Donald Keyhoe, p. 56, © 1960
UFOCAT URN – 027872 A Century of Landings (N=923) by J. Vallee, # 388, © 1969  
UFOCAT URN – 027874 Data-Net Report, December 1970      
UFOCAT URN – 027873 Computerized Catalog (N=3173), #2460 by L. Schoenherr, no © date          
UFOCAT URN – 146618 The Fifth Horseman of the Apocalypse: UFOs: A History. 1957: January-March 22 by Loren Gross, no © date        
UFOCAT URN – 164536 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # XXXXXX, © 2002      
UFOCAT URN – NONE UFOs and the National Security State by Richard Dolan, pp. 247-8, © 2002      

UFOCAT PRN – 96540 [DOS: 03-10-1957]   
UFOCAT URN – 101760 Flying Saucer Magazine (Palmer), September 1962, p. 36      

North America – United States, Minnesota, Lake of Woods    
Baudette          Latitude 48-42-45 N, Longitude 94035-59 W (D-M-S) 
Reference:
http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic




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