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PROJECT 10073 RECORD CARD 



1. DATE 


2. LOCATION 


9 January 1963 


West Carrolton, Ohio 


3. OATE*TtUE GROUP 


4. TYPE OF OBSERVATION 


Local 


XKGraun^ Vi suoi P Ground- Rodar 


cmt 10/0335Z 


□ Air^ Visual P Ait*lnt«rc«pt Radar 


S. PHOTOS 


d. SOURCE 


O Y*» 




X3P No 


Civilian 



7. LENGTH OP OBSERVATION 



unknown 



S. NUMBER OP OBJECTS 



one 



9. COURSE 



12. CONCLUSIONS 

O Wot Balloon 
O Probobty BoMoon 

□ PotsiUy Boltmn 

□ Woi Atfcroft 

□ Probably Aircraft 

□ Possibly Aircraft 

□ Was Aitronomicol 

□ Probabfy Astfor^miccil 

□ Possibly Astronorriical 

□ Othar 



insufficioril Data for Evofuatron i 
□ Unknown 

fell to groMnd 



10. BRIEP SUMMARY OF SIGHTING 

Yellow and white light fell to ground 
No estimate of duration given. Nothing 
in report except thSt obj disappeared 
behind a tower. 



11. COMMENTS 



Yellow and white light fell to 
ground behind tower. Insufficient 
data for analysis. 



ATIC FORM 319 (REV IS 3*1* S3) 






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U.S. AIR FORCE TECHNICAL INFORMATION SHEET 



This questionnaire has been prepared :so thot you can give the U,S* Air Force as much 
information os posstble concerning the unidentified aerial phenomenon thot you hove observed. 
Please try to answer as many questions. os you possibly. con. The informotion thot you give witt 
be used for research purposes^ and will be regarded. os confidentiol moteriol. Your name wHI not 
bo used in connection with any statements,. conclusions, or publicotions without your permission. 
We request .this personal information jso thot, if>it Is deemed necessory, ¥re may contact you for 
further details. 



T* When d id you s,e the object? 



Morilh 







Vedr 



f2* Time of day: 



(Circle One); 



ii- 

Hour 



3 JT 

Minutes 



A,M, Of Y P*M, 



3* Time Zone: 



fCiVc/e OneJ: a, 

b: 



Eastern ^ 

Cenfrol 

Mountain 

Pacific 

Other 



4* Where were you when you'sow the object? 



Heorest Postal Address 
Additional remarks: - 



fCirc/o One)^a,^^^y Sight Saving 

Standard 









City or Town 



State or Country 



5- How long wos object in sight? 



5-1 How was time in sight determined? 



Hours 






Mmutee 



Seconds 



o. Certain 
b* Fairly certain 



What wqs the condition of theisky? 



day ' MfGHT 

□* Bright o. Bright 

b. Cloudy b« Cloudy 



c. Not very sure 

d. Just o guess 



IF you sow the obiect during DAYLIGHT, where was the SUN located as you looked at the object? 



(Circle One); a, 

b. 



In front of you 
In back of you 
To youf right 



fJA 



fr 



To your left 
Overhead 



Don** remember 









IF you saw*tha objectrat NIGHT^'what did you notice, concerning the STARS, and MOON? 
8,1 STARS fC/rc/e One): 8.2 MOON fCirc/e One); 

:o* None . . a. Bright moonlight 

k A L/ ^ ' *- ^ " ' 



:o* None 
b. A few 
,c. Many 

d. Donft remember 



Ot Bright moonlight 
L OutI .moonlight 

c. No moonlight.— pitch dork "" 

d. Don't remember 



Peg* 2 



9* ‘^Tho object< appeared; 




:(C/rc/e.Ono); / a, As a lighi 



ht Shiny c. _Dork 



d, Don!t remember 



10. If lit oppeared:as.a light, 'was it brighter than tho'brighteatrstars? 



V 



t]. Did the ob[ect; 

I 

a, Appeor.to stand stllLat any time? 

b* Suddenly speed. up and rush away at any time? 

C, Break: up into parts or explode? 

d. Give off smoke? 

e» ' Change. brightness? 

f. Chonge.shope? 

g* Flash Of flicker? 

hw Di sappear.ond reappear ? 



12. Did the object move behind something. at any time, parHculorty.a cloud? 



(Circle One for each question^ 



Yes 


No 


/^on't Know 


Yes 


No 


/ Don't Know 


Yes 


No 

j 


1 Don't Know 


Yes 


No 


Don!t Know 


Yes 


No / 


Don't Know 


Yes 


No 1 


Donft Know 


Yes 


No- 1 


Donlt Know 


Yes 


‘ No ^ 


V^^^^Don't Know, 



(Circle One): 
it moved behind; 



Yes 




No 



Don t Know. 



IF yoo.answerwJ YES, th.n tell whet 



13. Did th® ob|®ct.niov® In front of somsthing ot ony time, portlculerly.e.cloud? / 

I. ' 

(Circle One): Yes No Don't Know.' / IF you onswered YES, then tell whot 

in front of: 



14. Did the object. appear: 



Eyeglasses 
Sun glosses 
Windshield 
Window glass 



Circle One): 


o. 'Solid 
* 


be Tronsparent 


X. Vapor 


(d. Don't Know^ j 

1 


through any 


of the fol lowin 


9? 


UAy'P 


n 

1 

1 


Yes 


No 


a. Binoculars 


Yes 


1 

No 1 


Y->s 


No 


r. Telescope 


Ye.s 


No , 


Yes 


No 


g. Theodolite 


Yes 


Mo \ 


Yes 


No 


h. Other 








17* Draw o picturo that will -show the;shap« of.th« objwt or objocts. Labol.ond inctudoJn youf:st(«tch any dotoils 
of tho ob|«ct:thot yfrp.'iaw.such.as wmgs, protruiloni,<otc./:ond flipoclally.o^houst trolii or vapor trolts* 

I ■ ''j 

.RIacO on.oirow/bosido.thfr drawlngjto^show.the dlroction.tho obj6ct;wai. moving. 



18, The edges of the ob|ect.wefe: 

fCirc/e One); o, ' Put zy or blurred e. Other 

,b* 'Lftce.q bright 'star 

c* Shorply outlined 

d, Don^t remember 




20t Draw a picture that will show the motion thot the object or objects mode. Place an "A*" ot the beginning of 
the path, a "B" at the end of the poth^ ond show any changes in direction during the course* 



21* How large did the ob}ect appear to you as compored to on object with which you ore familiar? 



22. We wish to know tha angulor size. ► Hold a match stick at orm*s length in line with a known object. and note 
how. much of the object is covered by. the head of the motch. if you hod performed this experiment ot the time 
of the sighting, how rpuch of the object would have been covered by the motch head? 



23. Did the obfect disappear while you were watching it? If so, how? 




Lf' 






1/lT^ 



24. 



In order that yog can give as clear a picture a% possible of what you saw, .describe in your own words o 
common object or objects which, when placed up in the sky, would give the some appearance os the object 
which you saw. 



1 





4 



Pog* 5 



25* Wher© wero you located when you sow the object? 
(Circle One): 



a. Inside a building 
b* In a car 

c. Outdoors 

•f 

d. In on airplane (type) 
e* At sea 

f. Other 



(yvL 



26* Were you (Circle One) 

a. In the business section oF.o city? 
b* In the residential section of a city? 
c. In open countryside? 
d- Near an airfield? 
e* Flying over a city? 

Flying over open. country? 
g* Other 



27. Whot were you doing at the time you saw the object, .and how did you happen to notice it? 

ujz£ ■ 




28. IF you wore MOVING IN AN AUTOMOBILE or other vehicle q! the time, then complete the following questions; 






28-1 Whot. direct I on were you jnoving? (Circle One) 

o* North c. East 

b* Northeast Southeast 

28*2 How fast were you moving?^ 



e* South 
f- Southwest 



g. West 

h. Northwest 



miles per hour. 



28*3 Did you stop at ony time while you were looking at the object? 



(Circle One) 



Yes 



Mo 



29* What direction were you looking when you first sow the object? (Circle One) 



c. North 
b, Northeast 



c. East 

d. Southeast 



e* Sourh 

f. Southwest 



Ua/L 

g. West 

h. Northwest 

i. Overhead 



30. Whot direction were you looking when you Ids^ saw the object? (Circle One) 



■q* North 
b. Northeast 



c. East 

d. Southeast 



e. South 

f. Southwest 



^ g* West 
h* Northwest 
i. Overhead 









3L \r you jre fomilior wirh bearing ;erms (angular direction), try to estimate the number of degrees the object wcs 
from true North (thru east) and also the number of degrees it was upword from the horizon (elevation). 



31. 1 When it first appeared; 

a* From true North 

b* From horizon 



___degrees 

degrees. 






31 *2 iYnerr ff drsoppenred: 

a. From true North 

b. From horizon 



I 

* 



degrees, 

.degrees. 



A 



Pdfl# 4 



f 

I 






oca on "A” on tha cu 
t. Place o "B* on th 
lost sow It. 



some cuf 



ow 



33. In file following !orger sketch place an at th© position the object woa when you firsf sow It, and a “B" at its 
position when you las* saw it. Refer to smaller sketch on ©Komple of how to complete the larger sketch. 








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34* What war© tha waothar condHionsrat tha time you saw the object? 



Pag* 7 



CLOUDS (Circh One) 

Q. Cteor sky 
b. Hazy 

c* Scot tered. clouds 
d. Thick or hsovy. clouds 



WEATHER fCifc/e One) 

0. Dry 

b* Fog, .mistj or light roiri 
c* Moderate or .heavy .rain 

d. Snow 

e. Oon^t remember 



35. Wh en and to whom. did you report that you hodiseen the object? 



Doy 



Month 



Yoar 



36. Was onyon* olse with you.at the'timo you saw th« objact? 



(Chela Ona) 



■No 



‘36.1 IF you onswared YES, did thay saa tha objact too? 



(Chela Ona) 



Yas 



No 



^ ^ / 1/ 



Du 



UajI^ 



36.2 please list their names and addresses 



37* Was this the first time that you hod seen on object or objects like this? 



(Cffc/e One) Yes 



No 



UP/c 



37- T IF you answered NO, then when, where, ond under whot circumstances.did you see other ones? 




38. In your opinion what do you think the object was and whot might. hove coused it? 








39* Do you think you con esfimoto tho spaed of the object? 



fCirc/a One) 



Yes 



No 



IF you answered YES, than whot spaed would you astimota? 



40. Do you think you con estimate how for away from you the object was? 



fCiTc/e One) 



Ye 



No 



IF you answered YES, then how for away would yog say it wos? 



41. Please give the following information about yourself; 



Lo*r Name 



iraf Nam* 






ADDRE 




U 




niuvw 



Zona 



TELEPHONE NUMBER 



Agi 



S9X 



Indicate any additional information about yourself, including any education, which might;ba pertinent* 



42* Dote you completed this questionnaire: 



lioy 



Month 



T*qp