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Association for Aerial Anomaly Research and Cataloging

UFO and Paranormal Research from south-central Indiana

Always Watching the Skies


Near Crane Navel Surface Warfare Division:
Daylight Disk

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Wide angle view--
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-- by Lynn Taylor


John Tosti called to relate an experience concerning a recent visit to his mother's home, just outside the Crane Navel Surface Warfare Division in Greene County, Indiana.
   John took his video camera along and set it up on a tripod on his mother's front porch. Aiming it toward the woods near her house, he let his camera run unattended. Later when he reviewed the tape contents, much to his amazement, the camera had captured a daylight disk, along with some mysterious dark objects, traveling at great speeds across the field of view. The silvery, double-convex disk appeared at the right side of the screen, and gained altitude as it flew away from the camera's position. Suddenly, it made an abrupt descent and disappeared behind a grove of trees, beyond the view of the camera. I have viewed the tape many times, and can identify it only as a structured, metallic, disk-shaped object of unknown origin.

(Images above are frame-grabs from 8mm videotape. See enlargements)

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