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This is of note because a Sioux Falls man described seeing an identical sort of disc the next day — also describing some sort of pole-like appendage sticking out of the bottom of the craft. 37 Other reports on the 5th came from St. John, New Brunswick; Sherbrooke, Quebec; Port Huron, Michigan; Anaconda, Montana; Hollywood, California; Waterloo, Iowa; Akron and Cincinnati, Ohio; Portland, Oregon; South Bend and Huntington, Indiana; New Orleans, Louisiana; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Denver, Colorado; Seattle, Washington (where a "flying football" appeared); Wisconsin, Minnesota, Maryland, Connecticut, Utah, and Chicago, Illinois.
102 Bradford, Pennsylvania, ERA, 10 July 1947; and York, Pennsylvania, Dispatch, 9 July 1947. 103 Cincinnati, Ohio, Enquirer, 8 July 1947. 104 San Francisco, California, News, 3 July 1947; and New York Herald-Tribune, 3, 4 July 1947. 105 Denver, Colorado, Post, 5 July 1947. 106 Cincinnati, Ohio, Post, 3 July 1947. 107 New York World-Telegram, 1 July 1947; and Des Moines, Iowa, Register, 6 July 1947; and Windsor, Ontario, Daily Star, 1 July 1947. 108 Boise, Idaho, Daily Statesman, 1 July 1947. 109 Project Blue Book Files, Roll No.
Psr. 127 Ending out the night, a group of luminous discs were seen traveling over Oakland, California, by Mrs. Estelle DeVaughn at great velocity going east. 128 Up to this time the military still had not yet organized any determined investigation at Wright Field of which researchers are aware of. Such work did not seem to begin until at least July 9th. News accounts, however, do show officials were considering the issue if only to issue a few and very contradictory statements. On July 3rd, as detailed in the Introduction, Army Major Paul Gay nor stated that a preliminary investigation had been dropped for lack of evidence.