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Originally aired on CPC21 in Northern Kentucky. Produced by Kenny Young.
CJMX News Wire - April 12, 1993
WE ARE NOT ALONE - MAYBE.
SEVERAL REPORTS OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS IN SOUTHWESTERN OHIO HAVE BEEN REPORTED TO AUTHORITIES.
A DISPATCHER AT THE OHIO HIGHWAY PATROL POST IN LEBANON SAYS THERE WERE SEVERAL REPORTS OF U-F-O'S OR LIGHTS IN THE SKY BY GUARDS AT THE LEBANON AND WARREN CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS EARLY THURSDAY. THE SHERRIF'S OFFICE ALSO RECEIVED SEVERAL CALLS.
JERRY BLACK... A U-F-O INVESTIGATOR AND LECTURER AFFILIATED WITH GROUND SAUCER WATCH... SAYS HIS GROUP HAS BEEN GETTING CALLS FOR THE PAST MONTH ABOUT LOW-FLYING TRIANGULAR SHAPES WITH HEADLIGHTS. BUT... HE SAYS... "THEY COULD HAVE BEEN LOW-FLYING AIRCRAFT."
In UFO Frontier, Cincinnati-based Ufologist Kenny Young's body of work is revealed including his investigations into Jackie Gleason and "The Pickled Men", pre-Roswell UFO crashes, the 1997 "Phoenix Lights", phantom blasts, mystery planes, weird creatures, stealth aerospace technology, crop circles, police and government UFO incidents, and private industry involvement. No crackpot flying saucer personality or organization is safe from his level-headed criticism. Editor and fellow paranormal researcher S. Patrick Feeney merges several of Young's unpublished works into this single anthology.
Reporting Procedures & The LeCI Incident
A heated UFO incident at the Lebanon Correctional Institute occurred on April 8, 1993 in Warren County, Ohio, in which a glowing red object hovered for nearly three hours over a state penitentiary. The Warren County Sheriff's Department and the Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to the multiple witness event, and calls were placed by the dispatch office to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, requesting aircraft identification.
Wright-Pat denied having any experimental aircraft in the vicinity, and furthermore stated that they had no radar track of the unknown object, which, according to a statement given by Commander H. Lake of the adjacent Warren Correctional Institute, was "presented to the Warren County Sheriff's Department by his shift supervisor upon their arrival."
Despite denials by the LeCI or WCI prison offices and the Ohio Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation that any internal documentation of the event exists, H. Lake stated emphatically, "I don't know what they're talking about. A report does exist because I wrote the report myself."
Presently , public relations officials at Wright-Patt contend that they have no documentation available regarding any incoming calls from the Ohio State Highway Patrol regarding the April 8, 1993 UFO incident at LeCI. However, FOIA Manager Paul Cassidy stated that "if a phone call was indeed made to this base, there should be SOME kind of documentation SOMEWHERE, whether it be in the form of a log entry or scribbled notes."
To the contrary of WPAFB public relations department, O.S.P. log entries acquired by UFO investigators revealed that several calls were indeed placed to the Dayton, Ohio, air base. Dispatchers at the Ohio State Patrol and Warren County Sheriff's Office even confirmed that Wright-Patt had been alerted by utilizing a special, confidential phone number that gives them direct access to the high-tech air base. When asked for the number to be released to researchers, each respective office refused to disclose it, saying it was a restricted line, and not releasable to the public.
Amazing Trumbull County 911 Police UFO Chase Recordings
Originally posted by gortex
Hi Karl that's an interesting report , particularly the earlier Waynesville sightings of the triangular craft with three white lights and a red light in the middle .... rings a bell from a couple of years before in Belgium
UFO Hunters General Wilfried De Brouwer
"The law enforcement official conveyed to Clappison his belief that the Air Force and various intelligence communities currently monitor and investigate the UFO situation, despite public denials. According to the opinion of the informant, the U.S. Air Force monitors and utilizes the vast resources of police dispatch centers for the collection of UFO reports."
"To the contrary of WPAFB public relations department, O.S.P. log entries acquired by UFO investigators revealed that several calls were indeed placed to the Dayton, Ohio, air base. Dispatchers at the Ohio State Patrol and Warren County Sheriff?s Office even confirmed that Wright-Patt had been alerted by utilizing a special, confidential phone number that gives them direct access to the high-tech air base. When asked for the number to be released to researchers, each respective office refused to disclose it, saying it was a restricted line, and not releasable to the public."
What do I do in the event of a UFO sighting or landing?
By Kenny Young
If a flaming UFO lands in your back yard... DO NOT call the U.S. Air Force. As crazy as that may sound, it has been the official U.S. Air Force policy to NOT investigate UFO sightings since the closure of Project Blue Book in 1969.
If you do call a U.S. Air Force installation with a UFO-related concern, they will actually tell you to call your local police department.
In Ohio, the Ohio State Highway Patrol has been given jurisdiction to handle aircraft emergency situations, and they have a "Signal 50" call sign referencing the sighting of an unidentified aircraft. Their instructions are to obtain a make and model of the unidentified aircraft in the event of a 'Signal 50' situation. If the UFO sighting is confirmed by OSP or other state patrol officers, dispatch headquarters will retain the telephone number to the air tower of the nearest air base, where the information can then be passed along for processing.
This situation happened in April of 1993 when a UFO was sighted over the Lebanon Correctional Institute as dispatchers at the Warren County Sheriff's Office placed a phone call to a "secret, restricted telephone number" at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio to report the object. Details of this 'restricted phone number' were revealed in a 1995 letter prepared by the Warren County Sheriff's Office.
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