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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Jose Caravaca's List of UFO Crashes


Copyright 2012, InterAmerica, Inc.

Jose Antonio Caravaca, our Spanish colleague and esteemed UFO reseacher, has provided a list of UFO crashes, with these caveats:

"...the vast majority of incidents [might] be false, inventions or prototypes -- recovery secrets. Perhaps only a few (very few) may have a difficult explanation."

NOTE:

When two or more data appear separated by this character / it is taken as more reliable, the first starting from the left.

M Indicates that the occupants were dead
V indicates that the occupants were alive
H Occupants, badly wounded, dying in military hands
X Unoccupied Accidents
? Data not known
number Z = ships recovered in perfect condition


UFO CRASHES IN THE WORLD

Year-Date-Month -- Location, Occupant

1897 (17-4) Aurora, Texas (USA) 1 M
1908 (30-6) Tunguska (Russia)?
1939-46Spilzbergen (Norway)?
1941Goszevo and Dubroski (Belarus) (Russia)?
1947 (2/4-7) Roswell (New Mexico) (USA) 6/4 MH
1947 (2/4-7) Magdalena (N. Mexico) (USA) 4 M.H
1947 (2/4-7) San Agustin (N. Mexico) (USA) 4 MHV
1947 (? -10) Paradise Valley (Ariz.) (USA) 2 M
1947? Great Falls (Montana) (USA) 3 M
1948? Globe (Arizona) (USA)? M
1948 (25-3) (13-2) Aztec. (N. Mexico) (USA) 14/12 M
1948 (7-7) Nuevo Leon (Mexico) 1 M
1949 (30-1) Roswell (N. Mexico) (USA) 1 V
1950 (6-12) Indian Warrior (Texas) (USA)?
1952 (? -5) Spilzbergen (Norway)? -2 M
? Germany (North Sea)?
1952 (14-8) Ely (Nevada) (USA) 16/12 M
1952-50 (10-9) Albuquerque (N. Mexico) 3M
1953 (18-4) N.A. of Arizona (USA) 4 M
1953 (20-5) Kingman (Arizona) (USA) 1 M
1953 (19-6) Laredo (Texas) (USA) 4 M
1953 (10-7) South Africa Johannesburg SA 5 M
1953 (13-10) Dutton (Montana) (USA) 4 M
1954 (12-4) New Mexico (USA) 4 M
1955 (5-5) Brighton (England) 4 M
1955? Kasahstan (Russia) 1 = Z
1957 (18-7) Carlesbad (N. Mexico) (USA) 4 M
1957? Semipalatinsk (Kasahstan) (Russia)?
1958? Kasahstan (Russia)?
1961 Timmensdorfer (Germany) 12 M
1962 (18-4) Las Vegas (USA) 1 = Z
1962 (28-4) Lake Korb (Leningrad) (Russia)?
1962 (12-6) Holloman (N. Mexico) (USA) 2 M
1962? Semipalatinsk (Kasahstan) (Russia)?
1962? North of Russia?
1964 (10-11) Fort Riley (Kansas) (USA) 9 M
1965 (9-12) Kecksburg, Pennilsania (USA) 4 V
1966 (17-6) Elista (Caucasus) (Russia)?
1966 (27-10) N. E. of Arizona (USA) 1 M
(The UFO got off the ground)
UFO crashed in 1966-1968 5 states of Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. (USA) 3 M 1 = Z
1968 (29/11) Urals Sverdlousk?
1972 (28/18-7) Sahara (Morocco) 3 M
1973 (10-7) Arizona (USA) 5 M
1976 (12-5) Desert Australia 4 M
1976-1977 Puebla (Mexico)?
1977 (22-6) Arizona (USA) 5/11 M
1977 (5-4) Ohio (USA) 11 M
1977 (17-8) Region Tobasco (N. Mex.) (USA) 2 M
1978 (18-1) McGuire (N. Jersey) (USA) 1 M
1978 (5 -?) Bolivia?-X
? Nepal?
? Spain 1 M
1978? Kazahstan (Russia)?
1978 to 1988 (-11) Afghanistan 7 M
1979? Ural Region, near Rinburg (Russia)?
1983 (5-5) Ordzhonikidze (Caucasus) (Russia)?
1983? Kazahstan (Russia)?
1984 (20-6) Baku (Azerbaijan) (Russia)?
1984? Taymyrian (Russia)?
1987 (-8) Vyborg (Leningrad) (Russia)?
1988 (22-11) Al'myakovo (Tomsk) (Russia)?
1989 (-5) Sudafica 2 V
1989 (-6) South Africa 2? 1 = Z
1989 (-7) Siberia (Russia) 9 V
1989 (16-9) Belaya Pashnya (Russia)?
1989? Dushanbe (Tadjikistan) (Russia)?
1989? Omsk (Russia)?
1990 (26-9) Kyzlkumy (Uzbekistan) (Russia)?
1990 (2-9) Megas Platanos (Greece)?
1990? Vladivostok (Russia)?
1991 (-11) Ezibastuz, Pavlodar (Kazahstan) (Russia)?
1992 (-11) Long Island NY (New York) (USA)?
1992 (25-6) Moldova (Ukraine) (Russia)?
1994 (-6) Kiev (Russia)?
1995 (15-9) Lesotho (South Africa) 3 H
1996 (20-1) Varginha Brazil 2 V

DATA:

ACCIDENTS TOTAL: 78

TOTAL CRASHES IN USA: 34
TOTAL CRASHES N. MEXICO: 10
TOTAL CRASHES IN RUSSIA: 27
CORPSES--ALIENS TOTAL: 148
ALIENS--LIVING TOTAL: 19


UFO ACCIDENTS IN ARGENTINA (Compiled by Luis Burgos)

1934 - 1992

TABLE OF REFERENCES:

A ASSOCIATED EXPLOSION
B DECAY OBJECT
C FALLING OBJECT WITHOUT TRACE
D DROP OBJECT WITH TRACES
E NO TRACE AND ASSOCIATES


01 12/01/34 NO de Chubut Chubut C
02 21/07/47 Tartagal Salta B
03 03/05/49 Sgo. del Estero Sgo. del Estero B
04 12/06/49 Loreto Sgo. del Estero B
05 22/07/50 Tres Isletas Chaco B
06 31/10/53 Venado Tuerto Santa Fe A
07 27/11/53 Paso de los Libres Corrientes B
08 08/11/54 Paso de los Libres Corrientes B
09 fines/55 Cerro Macón Salta D
10 21/08/57 Los Corrales Entre Ríos D
11 01/04/58 Zona de Neuquén Neuquén D
12 19/02/60 Zona Río Colorado Buenos Aires A
13 28/03/60 Córdoba Córdoba B
14 17/11/60 Rauch Buenos Aires C
15 07/08/61 Guaymallén Mendoza B
16 25/10/61 Mar del Plata Buenos Aires A
17 28/07/64 Golfo San Jorge Chubut C
18 24/11/64 Tío Pujio Córdoba D
19 01/65 Villa María Córdoba D
20 13/01/65 Lavalle Mendoza D
21 30/01/65 Luján Mendoza E
22 10/05/65 Lucio Mansilla Córdoba B
23 24/05/65 Cerro La Guayquería Mendoza E
24 65 San Luis San Luis E
25 18/03/66 Golfo San Jorge Chubut C
26 06/02/69 Sierra de la Ventana Buenos Aires C
27 25/01/70 Carlos Casares Buenos Aires E
28 07/02/70 Piamonte Santa Fe E
29 06/03/73 Mar del Plata Buenos Aires A
30 18/09/73 Don Torcuato Buenos Aires A
31 19/04/74 Jáchal San Juan B
32 10/01/75 San Rafael Mendoza C
33 26/06/75 Villa Carlos Paz Córdoba A
34 12/01/77 Nueve de Julio Buenos Aires A
35 06/05/78 Zona fronteriza de Orán Salta C
36 24/09/78 El Chocón Río Negro C
37 20/07/80 Cruz del Eje Córdoba B
38 03/10/80 Cañadón chileno Río Negro C
39 19/08/82 Resistencia Chaco A
40 25/01/85 Pedemonte Mendoza C
41 18/08/85 San Pedro de Colalao Tucumán C
42 14/05/86 Claypole y zonas Buenos Aires A
43 20/05/86 Santa Rosa La Pampa B
44 20/02/88 Miramar Buenos Aires C
45 25/02/88 Punta Lara Buenos Aires C
46 16/11/90 NE de Chubut Chubut C
47 29/03/92 E de Sgo. del Estero Sgo. del Estero D
48 /08/92 NE de Catamarca Catamarca C

JAC

8 Comments:

  • This is simplicity and the scientific expression of elegance. This list provides its own refutation in terms of terming them crashes, alleged or otherwise as there is not one piece of substantive evidence to support even one of them. What doe this list then express? Another simple comment.

    What the mind can do, what belief can do, what rumor can do, what a lack of follow up can do, the issues with witnesses, the issues with lies, the issues with distortion, the issues with manipulation, the issues with self aggrandizement, the issues with propaganda, the issues with memory, etc.

    What do these all have in common. These are human issues, these are firmly rooted in all of us. Nothing to due with direct material evidence of crashes involving disks whatsoever.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Thursday, February 16, 2012  

  • But to play Devil's Advocate, Bruce, couldn't there be one crash, one misperceived prototype accident?

    One actual ET crash.? (I kid, almost.)

    Or even one quantum observation of an event yet to happen or already happened but long before the observation?

    Ah, crashed saucers: ludicrous, as I noted previously.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, February 16, 2012  

  • Think of accident in another perspective, the "accident" of just one tiny piece of a craft..being left ...all of these crashes avoiding this possibility is truly a miracle, worthy of The Congregation of Saints. Did they bounce back into space? Scooped up by omniscient and devilish secret task forces with second sight? Not one, even a miniscule or even microscopic piece remains as if they never happened at all. Might be a clue LOL.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Thursday, February 16, 2012  

  • A great big list of the myths and tales that form a large part of the substance of ufology.

    Depressing is too strong a word...maybe 'deflating' is more suitable?

    I agree with Bruce, human issues, as in human nature, are a huge factor in what we think we're studying.

    By Blogger Kandinsky, at Thursday, February 16, 2012  

  • Aye, that's the real rub, Bruce...

    No remnants, no debris, not even a vizor....nada!

    That says it all....doesn't it?

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, February 16, 2012  

  • I have to be sincere. I wish there was even good "circumstantial" evidence of crashed or disabled disks, it would make this topic pertinent in unimaginable ways. The more reason to be wary of my own needs, embellishing justifications for desires. It would be easier if I could. However I made that mistake with my first girlfriend.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Thursday, February 16, 2012  

  • Kandinsky...

    To rework Bruce's blog name, the intangible immateriality is troubling.

    But there are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio....

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, February 16, 2012  

  • This list at least shows that the USA does not have a preponderance of UFO crashes. Stringfield's reports were far too heavily loaded in favor of US crashes.

    Obviously Caravaca's list is intended (?) to be biased in the opposite direction. Makes a change, doesn't it?

    Why none from the UK? Do we Brits count for nothing?

    By Blogger cda, at Friday, February 17, 2012  

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