Washington Incident

Have you ever heard of the Washington Flap? How about the Washington National Airport Sightings? If you’re a dedicated UFO enthusiast, you should have. In July 1952, Washington D.C. was plagued by one of the most publicized series of consecutive UFO sightings ever. It...

Frederick Valentich

Frederick Valentich filed a flight plan at Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne on October 21st, 1978. At the time he had a Class Four instrument rating and roughly 150 hours of flight experience. He told officials that he wished to fly to King Island in order to pick up...

Travis Walton

Travis Walton, then 22, was a member of a crew contracted by the United States Forest Service to thin out undergrowth from an area of more than 1,200 acres near Turkey Springs, Arizona. Leading the crew was Mike Rogers, Walton’s best friend and future brother-in-law....

Thomas Mantell

In early 1948, the Godman Army Airfield at Fort Knox, Kentucky received a number of reports from the Kentucky State Highway Patrol regarding an unidentified flying object. It seemed that people kept seeing a circular object, between 250 to 300 feet in diameter,...

Roswell

Whether you’re a UFO enthusiast or not, you’ve most likely heard of the Roswell incident. What you might not be so familiar with are the details. William Ware Brazel, also known as Mack, was the foreman at the Foster ranch. He was at work on June 14th 1947 when he...