Provo, Utah; July 1966
The legend: The pilot of a twin-engine USAF C-47 “Skytrain” transport aircraft took this photograph at approximately 11 a.m on a July morning in 1966 as he was flying over the Rocky Mountains, about 40 kilometers southwest of Provo, Utah. The Condon Committee (a University of Colorado group funded by the United States Air Force to study unidentified flying objects) analyzed the negative and concluded that the photograph depicts an ordinary object thrown in the air. Many ufologists disagreed with their conclusion.
Woonsocket, Rhode Island; 1967
The legend: This daytime photograph of a slightly asymmetrical hubcap-shaped object with a small dome and aerial extending from the bottom was taken in East Woonsocket, Rhode Island by Harold Trudel. Trudel also believed he was in mental contact with space people, who were sending him telepathic messages to let him know where and when they would appear.