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LaPaz Painting
Brazil Saucer
Fregnale Saucer
Bronx Sketch
Gun Camera
Shell Alpert
Saucer Chart
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PICTURES OF THE WEEK: From 1952, photographs and depictions of unidentified aerial phenomenon. Top: Painting by Mrs. Lincoln LaPaz of a mysterious "green fireball". Second: One of five pictures claimed taken in Brazil. Third: Four photos of a claimed flying disc taken in France. Fourth: Water color submitted to the New York Post by 16-year old Rita Acuna of a July 25, 1952 sighting from Bronx, New York. Fifth: Air Force gun camera film frames of object over Bellefontaine, Ohio. Sixth: Life Magazine reproduction of photo taken by Coast Guardsman Shell Alpert. Seventh: From the files of Project Blue Book, sketch of the path of an object reported by dozens of witnesses at a Bakersfield, California drive-in movie theater. Eighth: From the files of Project Blue Book, sketch of an object reported by William Squyres. Ninth: One of three photos taken by Metropolitan Group news photographer Wallace Litwin on September 20, 1952 while aboard the USS Roosevelt during Operation Mainbrace. Tenth: Eugene Lemon and Kathleen May after appearing on television show to tell of their claimed encounter in Sutton, West Virginia. Eleventh: Sketch of an object and occupant claimed sighted in Italy. Eleventh: Illustration for True Magazine article authored by Pan American World Airways pilots William Nash and William Fortenberry telling of their 1952 encounter.

This week at Saturday Night Uforia:
In The News PicSpotlight 1952: Hiding In Plain Sight

After the hundreds of witness reports and the plethora of scientific retort that made 1952 the preeminent "year of the saucer", is there any one truth to be found?

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News ClipSpotlight 1952: Anatomy of a Hoax

PART TWELVE -- All successful hoaxes have had certain elements in common, starting with the hoaxster's ability to beguile and deceive. But the most important factor of all may be the need to believe.

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The argument goes something like this: 'I refuse to prove that I exist,' says God, 'for proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing.' ‡ 'But,' says Man, 'the Babel fish is a dead giveaway, isn't it? It could not have evolved by chance. It proves you exist, and so therefore, by your own arguments, you don't. QED.' ‡ 'Oh dear,' says God, 'I hadn't thought of that,' and promptly vanishes in a puff of logic.

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