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Mountain Home, Idaho

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Project Blue Book Sightings around Mountain Home

July 4, 1947; over Emmet , Idaho . 8:17 p.m. PDT. Witnesses: United Air Lines Capt. E.J. Smith, First Officer Ralph Stevens, Stewardess Marty Morrow. Watched for 12-15 minutes while four objects with flat bottoms and rough tops moved at varying speeds, with one high and to the right of the others.

July 9, 1947; Meridian , Idaho . 12:17 p.m. PDT. Witness: Idaho statesman aviation editor and former (AAF) B-29 pilot Dave Johnson. Watched for more than 10 seconds from an Idaho Air National Guard AT-6 while a black disc, which stood out against the clouds, made a half-roll and then a stair-step climb.

July 24, 1949; Mountain Home , Idaho . 12 noon. Witness: Henry Clark, manager of a flying service, flying a Piper Clipper. Seven delta-shaped objects, 35-55' in span, 20-30' long, 2-5' thick; light colored except for a 12' diameter dark circle at the rear of each. They flew in a tight formation of twos with one behind, and made a perfect, but unbanked, turn. During the 10 minute sighting, they displayed decreasing smooth oscillations. Clark 's engine ran rough during the sighting, and upon landing was found to have all its spark plugs burned out.

Oct. 23, 1963; Meridian , Idaho . 8:35 p.m. Witnesses: several unnamed students, including Gordon. One object shaped like a circle from below and like a football from the side, hovered low over the observers, making a deep, pulsating, loud, extremely irritating sound, for 6 minutes.

 

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Sun Valley 1942 -- Downtown Boise statue

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Boise foothills featuring our ubiquitous volcanic rocks -- Boise's historic Union Pacific Train Station

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