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FATE Magazine

December 1966
REPORT FROM THE READERS

EYEWITNESS REPORT

Arguments about UFOs will continue forever, no doubt, but once you've had personal experience with one, you lean toward "seeing is believing".

At a chicken ranch in Reseda, Calif., in May, 1947, I had my first sight of a UFO. The 300 men employed at the ranch were standing around waiting for the dinner bell about 4:30 P.M. when I noticed this object in the sky. It looked like a huge eye, just hanging in the sky about 10,000 feet up. (I had been in the Air Force and we used to make a game of judging the height of airplanes, so I think I'm pretty good at estimating the height of the object.)

As I studied it I concluded that it looked like the lens of a huge camera: a black pupil in the center ringed with deep red and graduated out to pink. The object started to rise after I had watched it for 30 minutes. It slowly rose straight up, changing color from orange to pink. I watched it until it disappeared and it took at least two hours. It was getting dark at any rate by the time the pink dot in the sky was no longer visible.

A short article in the Los Angeles Times the next day reported the sighting but gave no explanation.
- Guy W. Grant, Seattle, Wash.

 
 
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