Flying saucer dangerously hovered over a car in Tennessee (1969)

Flying saucer dangerously hovered over a car in Tennessee

It happened in 1969, two ordinary Americans: a guy and a girl, college neighbors were returning by car, and driving along the road between Paris and Mackenzie, in Tennessee. It was Sunday evening, and there was nothing unusual on their way. The couple talked to each other and listened to the radio.

The route

Suddenly, bright rays appeared in their windshield, the source of which was invisible from the car. At the same time, the guy and the girl did not hear any extraneous noises. According to their testimony, there were no other vehicles on the highway, at least in the part where they could view the road.

They stopped the car right on the road and got out. An incredible picture opened before their eyes. A disc-shaped object with portholes and a raised dome of the cabin in the center hovered directly above their car. It hovered constantly spinning and making a slight buzzing sound, about 200 feet above them. The sparks of light stopped and lights started flashing around the edges of the objects.

UFO sightings flying saucer

Suddenly, the flying saucer went from hovering in one place to moving. We saw an instantaneous speed gain in 1 or 2 seconds. The UFO instantly turned out to be several miles away from us, made a 90-degree turn and turned east without losing speed.

Scheme of this case

They returned to their car to finish the journey. However, they did not want to discuss this case right away. Later it will turn out that that night in the 10 o'clock news it was reported that a similar object was observed in 6 different states.

UFO sightings scheme

Skeptical view

Despite the vivid description of the flying saucer, and the absence of the abduction of eyewitnesses. Our research group still has certain questions. First of all, the absence of any real contacts. the names of these witnesses. We could not find any mention of similar cases in the designated period. In general, the story may turn out to be fiction, because we cannot verify any of the facts. But we admit that the problem is that there is no information in the public domain, but everything is in the closed reports. 

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Serg Toporkov

Ufologist, Ph.D., blogger, I go on my own expeditions for UFOs. I use scientific methods to investigate the UAP phenomenon. Write to me

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flying saucer  Tennessee  USA  ufo sightings  1969  Mackenzie  Paris

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