Prin credinta a fost mutat Enoh de pe pamânt, ca sa nu vada
moartea. Si n-a mai fost gasit, pentru ca Dumnezeu îl mutase. Caci
înainte de mutarea lui, primise marturia ca este placut lui
Dumnezeu. Evrei 11:05
1960 - Yacanto, Cordoba, Argentina. July 3. This photograph was taken by
Hugo F. Niotti, then a captain of the AAF. On July 3, 1960, Niotti was
driving from Yacanto toward Cordoba. At approximately 4:30 PM, he was in
the area of Villa General Belgrano, about 70 Km from the city of
He suddenly noticed a rather close and unusual object hovering near the
ground to the right of the road. He grabbed his camera and took this
one picture. It was deemed authentic by Servicio de Informaciones de
1960 - Italy, September. This photo of three dark UFOs has certainly had
its naysayers. Those who debunk it say that the extreme dark color of
the objects make them appear to be pasted onto a background image, and
then re-photographed. This is a possibility. UFO proponents will tell
you that either magnetic, gravitational or other anomalies of the
advanced technology caused this dark coloration. And so the debate
1960 - Minneapolis, Minnesota. This is one of those "hard to be sure"
images. It was taken on October 20 of 1960, and seems to show a large
oval light source. No object is actually seen, but then again... where
there's smoke, there's fire. The object seems to be moving from left to right, as you can see a trail of some type to its right in the full size image.
1960s - Taipei, China - This great UFO shot taken by Tsai Chang-hung
(½²³¹ÂE) in Yuanshan Park (¶ê¤s¤½¶é), adjacent to Taipei's Grand Hotel,
shows an oval object hovering in the sky. Although the photo is dark
and hazy, investigator Ho claims a high credibility for the photo as
Tsai is a relative of Tsai Chang-hsien (½²³¹Äm), former head of the
Taipei City Observatory. Photo courtesy of TUFOA.
1961 - Taiwan - Taken by Wang Shi-lin in 1961 in Taitung City, this is the first known photograph of a UFO in Taiwan.
Photo courtesy of TUFOA. According to UFO investigator Ho Hsien-jung
there have been 15 recorded sightings where photographic evidence
suggests that extraterrestrial objects have traversed the skies above
Taiwan. The earliest of these pictures was taken in Taitung City
(¥xªF¥«) in 1961. UFO photographs date to 1911 in China proper.
1961 - Japan. Very little info is available on this photograph at this
time, only date, place, and the fact that it was taken by a young
Japansese gentleman on March 11. A case of being in the right place
at the right time. Not a bad picture, but a little bit out of focus.
Still a part of the history of Ufology.
1961 - Pescara, Italy. Bruno Ghibaudi, a scientific newspaper
journalist, took several photographs of strange flying devices on the
beaches of Pescara along the Adriatic sea in April 1961.He also claims he had encountered extra-terrestrial beings. See the larger version of the picture.
Note: This looks more like a flying locust than anything else. One of the strangest flying objects I have ever seen.
1963 - South Africa, Northcliff. While taking photographs of houses for
sale to publish in the local newspaper, a real estate agent captured
this unknown flying object. She never thought about flying saucers, only
seeing the image as an unusual marking. The original image was
small, but since has been scanned and enlarged by a friend's son. A
really great photo of... who knows what... maybe it is a flying saucer. I
will say that it is quite different from any other UFO I have seen.
1964 - Oberwesel, Germany. UFO photographed 8 March 1964 by Harry
Haukler, who was on a train passing through Oberwesel, Germany, when he
saw a disc rise into the air alongside the train. The photograph shows a dark whirling below the disc. A very rare shape on this unknown object.
1964 - India, near New Delhi. July 3. This excellent photograph was
taken by legendary Billy Eduard Meier, famous for his many still frame
and moving pictures of UFOs. A self-proclaimed contactee, he is a
very controversial figure in the field of Ufology, with opinions ranging
from hot to cold on the nature of his involvement with aliens from
other worlds, and the authenticity of his work.
1965 - Tallahassee, Florida. Interest in UFOs prompted several persons
in Tallahassee, Florida to phone the weather bureau when this mystery
blotch appeared for two nights in 1965. It hung over the city for half-an-hour each time, then faded away. This photo was taken, and a good one it is.
1965 - Santa Ana, California. August 3. Taken by highway traffic
engineer Rex Heflin, while working near the Santa Ana freeway. Heflin
did not report his sighting, but the photographs were published by the
Santa Ana Register on 09-20-65. This turned into a very controversial
case with photos confiscated, and disagreements between different
Ufologists about the photograph's authenticity. One of the most famous
UFO photos ever taken.
1965 - Warminster, England. Photograph of what was dubbed "The
Warminster thing," at that time. Taken on August 29, 1965, by Gordon
Falkner, a young factory worker. At this time there were many UFO
reports in the region, some reported as cigar-shaped, other reported as
discs. It is important to note that a disc observed at certain angles
can appear to be "cigar" shaped.
1965 - New Zealand. The photographer is still unknown, but the photo was
published by a reporter in a daily newspaper of Paramatta following a
heavily publicized UFO flap in the Sydney suburb of Ryde in 1965. The photograph was taken over Epson in the South Island of New Zealand.
1965 - Athens, Ohio. Douglas Stewart's UFO was taken at 8 PM, July 12,
in Athens, Ohio, with five witnesses. At the time, J. Douglas Stewart of
100 Second St. Athens, Ohio, took this picture with a Pentax camera
with 135mm lens with a 1.8x Barlow creating a focal length of 243 mm.
The film was Kodak Plus-X 35mm film, which was underdeveloped to reduce
image contrast. (developed in D-76, 1:4) This entire event was
witnessed by Dr. and Mrs. William. Stehr, Mrs. Claud Kantner and Mrs.
1965 - Tulsa, Oklahoma. A large wave of UFO sightings occurred in 1965
in the U.S. From coast to coast, strange low flying objects were
reported almost nightly by people of all ages and walks of life. As
the year progressed, the number of reports rose dramatically. On the
night of August 2, 1965, thousands of people in 4 midwestern states
witnessed spectacular aerial displays by large formations of UFOs.
That same night a multi-colored disc was photographed in Tulsa while several persons watched it perform low altitude maneuvers.
This picture was extensively analyzed, pronounced authentic, and later
published by Life magazine and many newspapers. Some UFO researchers
believe this to be a hoaxed photograph, using a Christmas tree ornament.
1965 - Bernacillo, New Mexico. Taken on April 18. I have few details of
this photo. For 1965, it is a fairly good picture, quality wise. It
shows a discoid shape UFO with a top, and even an antenna can be seen on
top. Thanks to ofnava, we have the following information; It was
taken in Alburquerque, New Mexico, by Paul Villa. It is one in a
sequence of 8 photos. Villa's photos are normally considered to be
1966 - Australia. A Polaroid photograph of a UFO tipped vertically on
its side taken by a businessman from his garden a few minutes after 2 PM
on April 2 above the Melbourne, Australia, suburb of Balwyn. The
Victorian Flying Saucer Research Society (VFSRS) of Moorabbin,
Australia, carefully studied the photograph and environment and
concluded the photo showed "no sign of multiple exposure, montage or any
The photo, copyrighted in 1979 by David C.
Knight has been published on page 138 of the book "UFOS: A Pictorial
History from Antiquity to the Present."
1966 - Provo, Utah. The pilot of a twin engine C-47 "Skytrain" transport
aircraft of the USAF captured this red object on photograph in July,
1966, at 11:00 AM. The aircraft was flying over the Rocky Mountains, at about 40 kilometers southwest of Provo, Utah.
The Condon commission, which concluded that UFOs are not worthy of
scientific investigations, did analyze the negative at the time and
concluded that the photograph shows an ordinary object thrown in the
Exhaustive investigation of the photograph concluded the UFO in the photograph is a real object.
1966 - Hillsdale, Michigan. The "Swamp Gas" case. This is the case that
convinced skeptic J. Allen Hynek, that he must now publicly admit that
there is something real in the UFO reports. At about 10:30 PM, a
resident of the women's dormitory at Hillsdale College reported a
strange object in the sky. County Civil Defense director William E. Van
Horn responded and confirmed that a bright, glowing object was indeed
bouncing across a nearby hollow and then became airborne.
who died in 1986, dismissed the Hillsdale sighting as "swamp gas."
Within two weeks, however, he changed not only his opinion about the
sighting, but also sides in the UFO debate.
1966 - Michigan-Taken during the Midwest wave of 1966. One of the best
accepted UFO photographs. The so-called "swamp gas" explanation given by
Air Force investigator J. Allen Hynek would stay with him for some
time. Prompted by the lack of an explanation, and knowing that there
was something to the Michigan wave, The US air Force used the idiotic
explanation for the sightings.
Hynek would later regret the explanation, and go on to become one of the most revered UFO researchers of all time.
1966 - Cassville, Missouri. Taken over Roaring River on November 22. A
hunter and two of his friends were camping on the river when an unknown
flying object was seen rising from near their campsite. Their tent had just been destroyed, with some of their possessions on fire, as well as a tree or two close by.
It is believed that the UFO was the cause of the destruction. One of
the men was able to take two photos as the UFO sped away, with one being
too blurred, and the one you see here, which is of good quality.
1966 - Tiopati Lake/Bear Mountain, NY. Thanks to ofnava we have this information about this photograph.
Photograph was taken by Vincent Perna on December 18, at 16:30 hrs (Tiorati lake) New York.
Perna states: "Suddenly a rare object of bronze color appeared, making
no noise and its size was approximately 6 meters" (diameter).
Vincent took 4 photos, a few minutes later the object disappeared.
1967 - East Woonsocket, Rhode Island. On June 10, at approximately noon,
Harold A. Trudel was driving in East Woonsocket. For reasons unknown,
he parked, waiting and watching... he claimed that he had seen UFOs
previously in the vicinity.
His camera was ready, and soon a disc-shaped UFO was seen coming from
the West, in the direction of nearby powerlines. The object then hovered
over the lines.
Hiding himself behind brush and trees, he began taking photographs. He
took seven in all. The UFO made quick moves from place to place, and
Trudel changed postions to gain better vantage points.
He watched the object for around five minutes, until it zoomed off the
the North. The UFO was close enough for him to see a type of antenna on
the lower part of the object.
1967 - Torrance, California. May 11. This picture, although a fairly clear shot, does not have a lot of details.
Taken on a Saturday night, a group of pals, Allen, Bobby, Rick, and
Danny were hanging out when they saw this object that "glowed
One of the boys had a camera, and took this photo.
1967 - Rome, Italy. Drew Wright took this picture in Rome on July 18 at 10:00 AM. "I had a terrible hangover from all the cheap red wine I had imbibed the night before, my first night in Italy.
"As I saw the 'thing,' some local boys were saying 'il disco,' and
pointing skyward. I snapped this quick shot before it vanished. I never
made it to the Sixtine Chapel."
1967 - Zanesville, Ohio - February. Ralph Ditter, a Zanesville, Ohio, barber took two photographs of this unknown object.
Ditter was an amateur astronomer, and avid sky watcher. He made the two
photos available to the press. Object certainly looks like a disc with a
1967 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada. July 3. Dr. J. Allen Hynek stated: "...
best daylight disc photograph I have personally investigated." That
says it all! Warren Smith and two of his friends were returning from a
weekend prospecting trip when they spotted the object. Smith grabbed the
camera, and took two photos of the object. Definitely one of the best
of the early days.
1967 - Lima, Peru, Feb 2. This is the only surviving photo of the
funnel-shaped flying object that paced the Fawcett Airlines DC-4
passenger liner in flight from Piura to Lima on February 2, 1967, at
06:30 PM. The passengers were all held for interrogation by
authorities after the plane landed. Several of the passengers had taken
photos of the strange craft alongside the airliner, but all cameras were
taken and all film was confiscated.
One passenger, who insisted on remaining anonymous, succeeded in saving his film from which this single photograph was made.
1967 - Yungay, Peru. On March 22, at 5:30 PM, hundreds of Yungainos and
tourists, were visited by two UFOs. They flew over the snow covered
Huascaran mountains and the city of Yungay-Peru. Photo by: Augusto
Arrando. This UFO's domed top appears to be made of the same material as
the rest of the saucer, instead of the traditional see-through top.
1967 - Wichita, Kansas. June 27. Another fairly good quality picture
taken over Kansas in 1967. It is difficult to say exactly what shape the
object is, but it does not appear to be any type of known craft from
that era. My first guess would be triangle-shaped.
1967 - Zagreb, Yugoslavia. This picture has been taken on November 23 by Farcich Zoran, near Zagreb.
Ironically, the two "orbs" are very similar to what is being filmed
around the world the last two or three years, especially in California.
1967 - Pigeon Lake, Alberta, Canada. On the evening of July 3, Mr.
Douglas Dennis, fishing at Pigeon Lake, near Buckhorn, was amazed by the
appearance of a soft, orange-colored ball of light in the sky above
him. It descended quite low, and Mr. Dennis took his camera and
snapped a color picture of the brightly luminous mass hovering in the
This remarkable night photograph clearly shows a round,
luminous object directly overhead. Others present observed the object
and Mr. Dennis photographing it.
1967 - Ohio. Of the many UFO sighting reports I have looked over, the
state of Ohio, USA has to be one of the most active places in the world.
This photograph is one of many taken over the state, clearly showing an ovoid/disc shaped object taken in daytime.
No other details do I have at this time. An authentic UFO? Maybe.
1967 - Woonsocket, Rhode Island. A daytime photograph of a disk-shaped
object was taken in East Woonsocket UFO by contactee Harold Trudel. The photograph shows a slightly asymmetric hubcap-shaped object with a small dome and aerial extending from the bottom.
To even the untrained eye it looks like a fake, more than likely produced by suspending a model from a string.
Trudel believes he is in mental contact with space people, who send him
telepathic messages as to where and when they will appear. A la
Adamski, probably a hoax.
1967 - Milledgeville, Georgia. There were two photographs taken of this
object. The cameraman remains anonymous, and probably for good reason. The picture is not very clear, and I would say that this is probably fake, although I cannot say for sure.
The first picture taken was as the object approached the photographer,
and the second one shown here was more of a closeup as the object
1967 - Mahwah, New Jersey. Wayne, from New Jersey, was driving in the
vicinity of the Immaculate Conception Seminary in Mahwah when his
attention was attracted to something flying in the sky. Through the trees along the street he could see a dull, dark gray object sitting almost motionless in the sky beyond.
Stopping the car in front of the Seminary, Bjornstad got out with his
Japanese brand 35mm hand camera loaded with outdoor color film, and
walked through to a better vantage point, then adjusted the distance
setting to infinity and snapped one picture of the strange flying
1968 - Romania. One of four photographs of a diurnal disc captured on
photograph near Cluj in Romania by Mr. Emil Barnea on August 18. Barnea
and his friend Miss Matea were walking in the forest with a couple of
friends. His friend shouted that she sees "something," and when he
joined her he also saw a large, round object of metallic appearance and
shining in the sun in the sky above the top of the trees.
Barnea remembered all the same that he had his camera. The UFO advanced
slowly, changing direction and increasing its luminosity, then suddenly
accelerated until it disappeared at the horizon.
1968 - Sicuani, Peru. On December 6, Senor Pedro Chavez, a photographer
for La Prensa, on assignment in Sicuani, Peru, was in the cathedral
square near the big church where he took this picture before the objects
disappeared. The dark properties of the three objects is very similar to other photos taken during this time period.
1969 - Apollo 12: November 14-24, Astronauts, CDR: Pete Conrad, CMP: Richard Gordon, LMP: Alan Bean
Importance: First pinpoint Lunar landing, landing within walking
distance of the unmanned Surveyor spacecraft. Marked the beginning of
waning public interest in NASA and Apollo.
NASA archives (photo No AS12-49-7278) Astronaut Alan Bean shown, UFO top left.
1969 - Bariloche, Argentina. On December 30, Professor Sebastian José Tarde, MD, a well respected physician,
was on holiday with his students at Bariloche, a popular holiday spot in the Andes.
Cruising on the Nahuel Huapi-Lake, the Professor took several photographs of the unknown object with his Leica camera.