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Association for Aerial Anomaly Research and Cataloging

UFO and Paranormal Research from south-central Indiana

Always Watching the Skies
 

 

Cincinnati UFO Sightings, March 11 and 17
 

Kenny Young

UFO Research
http//home.fuse.net/ufo

In addition to the March 9, 2004 UFO sighting near Springboro, OH (see http//home.fuse.net/ufo/springboro04.html ), there have been two other sighting reports from Southern Ohio as of recent, focused in the Cincinnati area. See below for
details -- KY


Subject UFO sighting by 3-witnesses near Kenwood Mall
Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Time: 702 p.m.
Location: Dillonvale, OH (Hamilton County)

"At 702 pm, Dillonvale (Deer Park) I, my son and his friend witnessed a very unusual black object hovering in the eastern sky, approx. 45 degrees due east. The object was (2,000-3,000) feet hovering still within the breaks of the passing low level clouds we had last night. For about 130-2 minutes in duration this object was perfectly still (as I could see the passing clouds around moving) and then slowly moved due east and within 30 seconds or so disappeared into the clouds around 30 degrees above the horizon. There were NO lights whatsoever on this object, the object made NO sound. Judging from where I was viewing the object I would guestimate that it was directly over Kenwood/Maderia and moved due east after that. I was curious to find out if anyone else has reported seeing this object last night...."

(Note follow-up with this E-mail UFO sighting report has not yet been made, a request for follow up has been made but the report has not been investigated. The name and contact info for the claimant has been deleted from this report, but is on-file.  -- KY)

 




Subject Suspected UFO in Cincinnati suburb
Date: Thursday, March 11, 2004
Time: Not exact, est. around 9 - 1000 p.m.
Location: Clifton, OH (Hamilton County)

A caller to the Cincinnati UFO Hotline reported a high 'star-like' object that had considerable brightness, thought at first to be a satellite traversing a good portion of the sky at a routine clip (comparable to path of satellite) until object undertook a 90-degree banking maneuver. Size of the object was star-like, no sound heard. Viewed almost straight overhead, final departure path to west. The object was seen near the intersections of Vestry and Straight Streets near the Deaconess
Hospital. Report filed by witness advisement only, request for detailed follow-up not yet been provided.

(Name and phone number on-file, deleted from this report - KY)

Filed
March 22, 2004
Kenny Young
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UFO Research
Cincinnati UFO Hotline - 513-588-4548

KENNY YOUNG
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UFO Research

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