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A Few Gems:

Classic Cases from the files of CUFOS and the Fund

Over a period of about three weeks in October and November of 1975,

Carl Hart and the Lubbock Lights The Lubbock Lights case started with a small group of college professors in the summer of 1951. At about 9:10 p.m. on August 25, W. L. Ducker, A. G. Oberg, and W. I. Robinson spot­ted what they later called a "string of beads" flying overhead. During the course of the evening they saw more flights and called the local newspaper, hoping that a story would encourage other witnesses to come forth.


July 16, 1952, Hampton, Virginia, 9:00 p.m. (EST).  Mr. Paul R. Hill, an Aeronautical Research Engineer, holds' a B.S. degree in mechanical and aeronautical engineering from the University of California. At the time of the report he had 13 years experience in aeronautical research.