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Landed UFO frightens boy and cow; depressions left in field

Date: May 19, 1964
Location: Hubbard, Oregon, United States

Young Michael J. Bizon had gone outside his home in Hubbard, Oregon, to let the cow out of her stall. The cow seemed very nervous, and "was bucking all the way." Then he saw a square object about four feet high. The silver-colored UFO was sitting in the middle of a wheat field. It had four shiny legs. The object rose, slowly at first, and then "shot up just like a rocket." A flattened area with three spots was found in the wheat field.


Sketch by Deputy Sheriff Davidson of UFO described by witness Michael J. Bizon.

Source: NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomenon), 'Strange Effects from UFOs', by Donald Keyhoe and Gordon Lore

Landed UFO Frightens Boy, Cow

Young Michael J. Bizon had gone outside his home in Hubbard, Oregon, to let the cow out of her stall. His mother, Mrs. Leonard M. Bizon, was inside the house. The time was about 7:30 a.m., May 19, 1964.

"I went to put the cow out in the field," Mike told a local newspaper reporter. "Usually, she can't wait to get out there. . . . She was crosswise in the stanchion and seemed very nervous. .. . She was bucking all the way."

Then he saw a square object about four feet high. The silver-colored UFO was sitting in the middle of a wheat field. It had four shiny legs.

"It started with a soft beep and started to go up," the boy told Marion County Deputy Sheriff Shirlie H. Davidson, who sent his official report to NICAP. "It went up slow until it got to about the height of a telephone pole. Then it shot up just like a rocket. . . ."

Mike said the UFO emitted a smell like gas fumes as it rose. He then ran into the house. Mrs. Bizon said her son "had been very frightened and half crying when he made the report to her."

At about this time, Ray Mortenson, the Bizons' carpenter, arrived on the scene. He went with the boy to the wheat field and they found a spot where the wheat had been flattened out.

"I would say the area was between three and four feet across," the carpenter stated, "with the wheat being pushed out in a flower-shaped pattern."

After being notified of the incident, Officer Davidson also arrived on the scene and saw the flattened area.

"The grain appeared to have been pushed down by some object," Davidson wrote in his report. "Three particular spots were noted. These were spaced about 36 inches apart. . . ."

Later, an officer from Adair Air Force Base also inspected the site, but NICAP is unaware of any Air Force comment on the case.

 

Source: http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case579.htm
 
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