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Flying Saucer



Term used in reference either to general sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects or to saucer-shaped UFOs specifically. The phrase was coined following an interview with American Pilot Kenneth Arnold who reported the first modern sighting of a UFO in the Cascade Mountains in 1947.

Related entries: Abductee, Alien, Alien Abduction, Arnold, Kenneth, Brown Mountain Lights, BUFORA, Close Encounters of the First Kind, Close Encounters of the Second Kind, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Crop Circles, Extraterrestrial Life, Foo Fighters, Grey, Hynek Classification System, Lazar, Bob, LITS, Meier, Billy, Miller, Paul, Pleiadian, Pope, Nick, Rods, Roswell Incident, UFO, UFOlogist, UFOlogy, Unidentified Flying Object

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