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This article was published in the daily newspaper Bangor News, Bangor, Washington, USA, on August 5, 1965.


'Fly' Over Bangor

Mysterious Sky Objects Reported

Eight railroad men made UFO sightings Wednesday at 10:34 p.m. The UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Objects.

Paul Vance, the first to sight the objects, said there were four, coming in from the north and in formation. He said they had a "dull silver" color.

All the men were positive the objects were not aircraft or shooting stars. The objects made no sound.

Vance said three of the objects, estimated at 5000 feet, peeled off to the left as the men viewed them; and the fourth, when overhead, in a straight line. Eventually the three split from their formation.

Neither officials at Dow AFB nor at the Charleston radar station had made sightings.

Others who saw the objects were Jim Roach, Francis Drew, Leo McInnis, Delton Lawrence, Leslie Snyder, Richard Jordan, and Charles McInnis. The men all work at the Maine Central Railroad round house just off Main Street.

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