Historical Photos of UFOs

The photos are original and no doctoring has taken place according to the New York Daily News.

 

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Four brightly glowing, unidentified objects appeared in the sky at 9:35 a.m. on July 15, 1952 over a parking lot in Salem, Massachusetts.
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Santa Ana, Califonia
Orange County highway department investigator Rex Heflin, who said he did not believe in flying saucers, photographed a saucer-shaped flying object that has still to be identified. The picture was taken while Heflin was working near the Santa Ana Marine Corps Air facility near here with a polaroid camera about the same time numerous reports of UFO sightings were made throughout the western states. Heflin estimated the object was 30 feet in diameter and 8 feet thick and was visible for 15 seconds.
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This photograph, reproduced from the quarterly UFO periodical Flying Saucers International in Los Angeles, shows silvery white flying objects as seen by photographer Erich Kaiser while descending from Reichenstein mountain in Austria on Aug. 3, 1954.
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Four Sicilians gaze skyward at two unidentified objects similar to those mentioned in press reports and in photos from other European countries at the time. The authenticity of the images was checked by questioning the photographer, who said the objects were in the sky and remained still for several minutes on Dec. 10, 1954.
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Michael Savage, 15-year-old son of prominent San Bernardino physician and surgeon, was practicing picture-taking with his new camera, when he saw motion out of the corner of his eye on July 24, 1956. He quickly shot this picture, tried to shoot another and in his haste, over-cranked the camera, drawing a blank with his second shot. The object disappeared in 30 seconds, he said, not over the horizon but quickly out of sight in the sky.
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A UFO sighting by a New Mexico State University student, West of Picacho Peak, Las Cruces, New Mexico on March 12, 1967. About 2:00pm the student was hiking in a desert area near Picacho Peak, New Mexico, when he spotted a big round silvery object hovering in the air just above a rocky hill about 500 yards away. He prepared his camera and snapped one good black and white picture of the object.
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Robert Rinker, a field technician at the mountain laboratory weather station on Chalk Mountain near Climax, Colorado, discovered this unidentified object on his negative after he shot a roll of film in the area and processed it a year later in 1967.
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Los Angeles, California
The Amalgamated Flying Saucer Club of America, which headquarters in Los Angeles, released this photo taken by a member reportedly showing a flying saucer estimated at seventy feet in diameter.

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