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Buff Ledge UFO.
As the two steadfastly watched the light, three smaller lights seemed to drop from the larger one, which quickly moved up and disappeared from sight. The three smaller objects began to move over the lake.
UFO pandemonium struck 30 years ago
Thirty years ago this week, UFO pandemonium broke out.
Folks feared an invasion from outer space. Others thought there was much ado about nothing. Everybody wanted more information.
From a newsman's view, I have never seen before or since so many people caught up in such a frenzy. It was over a report by Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker that a spacecraft had landed on the banks of the Pascagoula River and taken them onboard briefly.
"Everybody was seeing UFOs," recalled retired Mississippi Press Managing Editor Don Broadus.
A Pascagoula city councilman said he saw a luminous UFO the same night of Hickson's and Parker's report on the way to a church service in Vancleave.
"That's our story and we're stuck with it," E. P. Sigalas said.
Pascagoula Patrolman Bill Gennaro stopped on Beach Boulevard to talk with a group of people and they saw an oblong-shaped, blue-haze object zip to the north.
About 3,000 motorists from Mobile blocked Interstate 10 when they heard of a possible rendezvous with UFOs at the Mississippi line.
A cab driver in Biloxi said a UFO caused his taxi to stall out on U.S. 90..
A UFO film about the 1973 abduction of co-workers Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker who claimed they were seized and levitated into a craft by very strange five feet tall creatures while fishing near Pascagoula, Mississippi.