From: Larry Hatch <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 01:28:34 -0700 Fwd Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 12:54:40 -0400 Subject: Re: Seeking Info on Wurtsmith 1975 Sighting > From: Diana Botsford <email@example.com> > To: "'UFO UpDates - Toronto'" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: Seeking Info on Wurtsmith 1975 Sighting > I'm looking for a reported UFO incident relating to Wurtsmith, > Michigan in 1975. I need to know the exact date or dates and > what was believed to have happened. > Much thanks in advance to anyone who can help. > Diana Botsford > Publisher/Forum Manager > UFO Forum http://forums.msn.com/ufo Dear Diana: This is almost certainly the Wurtsmith Air Force Base events of 30 OCT 1975 starting around 2210 hrs (10:10 PM). "Night-lights" and odd silent "copters" were all over this SAC base. Speeds estimated up to 1200 MPH! ( quite odd ) One unidentified unlighted 'copter' hovered over the weapons storage area. As a SAC base, home base for the 40th Air Division and the 379th Bomb Wing, you may imagine what sort of weapons were stored there. 1 UFO departed to the West, while another went North. There were numberous witnesses to these events. Much more detail can be found in the following sources: 1) The UFO COVERUP (formerly titled Clear Intent) is available in many libraries under either title. Authors: Lawrence Fawcett & Barry J. Greenwood. My copy is Prentice Hall, 1984 ISBN 0-13-137712-4 Page 41. 2) CASEBOOK of a UFO INVESTIGATOR by Raymond Fowler, Prentice Hall, 1981 ( paperback page 189. ) 3) CUFOS: IUR journal, Volume 3 number 4. Source #1 gives a lot of detail, including one witness who saw a saucer shaped craft. This happened three nights after sightings at Loring AFB in Maine. Wurtsmith AFB is at about 83:23W - 44:28N, which is three miles Northwest of Oscoda, MI. Best wishes - Larry Hatch Please email me directly for details on how to quickly look up sightings like this one.
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