Go Back Report # 921


Mrs. Enid Campbell saw from a window what she thought at first to be the full moon. As it moved closer she could see it was a spherical object, white in color like a frosted light bulb. There was a shiny gold horizontal ring around the center in which there were numerous round holes.

The object came up to within 10 feet of her window before stopping. Through its semi-transparent material she could see a panel with a lever on top and two occupants, one seated at the panel, the other standing. They wore shiny, silvery wet suits.

She called her sons, Gene, 18, and George, 14, who arrived at the window in time to see the object as it rose and moved away. While it hovered nearby, two smaller white, luminous spheres approached the object and entered through an opening, after which the central ring jetted out red fire. Then the object ascended vertically and disappeared in the distance. The snow on the ground under the spot where it hovered was melted; and the area over which the object approached the house failed to produce plants, while plants elsewhere grew normally. The sighting began at 2200 local time.

This reference: With thanks to Mr. Ted Phillips who investigated this case. Center for Physical Trace Research: http://www.ufophysical.com

UFOCAT PRN - 063843

UFOCAT URN NONE Skylook (Early MUFON Journal) April 1971, p. 12

UFOCAT URN NONE Skylook (Early MUFON Journal) November 1972, p. 8

UFOCAT URN 082291 Physical Traces Associated With UFO Sightings by Ted Phillips, #266,
CUFOS 1979

UFOCAT URN 132624 A Geo-Bibliography of Anomalies by George Eberhart, #0571, 1980

UFOCAT URN 063843 Trace Cases from Red Phillips case investigation files, #120

UFOCAT URN 064395 Ted Phillips Investigation Files, #266

UFOCAT URN 115891 HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A0779, by D. Webb No date

UFOCAT URN 057604 (USAF) Blue Book files counted in official statistics

UFOCAT URN 065256 Ted Bloecher Investigation Files. No date

UFOCAT URN NONE MUFON Journal #450, October 2005, p. 17

North America United States, Missouri, Knox

Latitude 40-08-37 N, Longitude 92-00-33 W (D-M-S)

Reference: http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic

UFO Location (UFOCAT) Latitude 40.15 N, Longitude 92.00 W (D.%)


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