ALIEN CREATURE KILLED AT McGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE IN NEW JERSEY
A series of UFO sightings reported in New Jersey, on January 18, 1978.
On that day, between 3:00am and 5:00am, several UFO sightings were reported on a military area in New Jersey, where the McGuire AFB and the Fort Dix are located. According to the reports, about twelve objects were spotted and chased by vehicles of McGuire AFB and Fort Dix, as well as vehicles of the police of New Jersey.
The security guard, named Jeffrey Morse, was making a routine patrol, when someone told him through the walkie-talkie that a police officer from Fort Dix was chasing a low-altitude flying object.
The object flew over the police car, allowing the officer to observe it closely. The police officer claimed the object was oval-shaped, and was lit by green and blue lights. Soon the transmission of the radios was interrupted.
Suddenly, a 1.2 meter tall humanoid creature appeared ahead of the police car. It was brown and had long arms, a skinny body and large head. The police officer shot the being five times with his pistol. He also fired a bullet at the object. The object flew vertically into the sky, where it joined eleven similar objects. All the nearby bases were on total alert, and several patrols were looking for the creature that the police officer shot at. According to a witness, the body of the creature was found near a runway. It seems the being was trying to climb the fence that surrounded the runway. The area was immediately isolated and non-authorized personnel were kept outside it.
The Air Force Office of Special Investigations arrived to the place and put itself in charge of the issue. The place had a strong smell of ammonia. People and equipment were transported from the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to the locale of the incident, on a C-141 airplane. Witnesses claimed to have seen researchers packing something unidentified, then putting it in a wood box and finally in a metal one. They carried it to a plane and took off. All the people involved in the case were alerted not to tell anything to other people, under the risk of Court Martial.
The American government announced that nothing strange happened on that day.
Morse later released a letter reporting what he experienced that day.
In January 1978, I was stationed at McGuire AFB, NJ. One evening, during the time frame of 0300hrs and 0500hrs., there were a number of UFO sightings in the area over the air field and Ft. Dix Army camp. I am a security policeman and was on routine patrol at the time. N.J. State Police, and Ft. Dix MPs were running code in the direction of Brownsville, NJ. A state trooper then entered gate #5 at the rear of the base requesting assistance and permission to enter. I was dispatched and the trooper wanted access to the runway area which led to the very back of the air field and connected with a heavily wooded area which is part of the Dix training area. He informed me that a Ft. Dix MP was pursueing a low flying object which then hovered over his car. He described it as oval shaped, with no details, and glowing with a blueish green color. His radio transmission was cut off. At that time in front of his police car, appeared a thing, about 4ft tall, grayish, brown, fat head, long arms, and slender body. The MP panicked and fired five rounds from his .45 Cal into the thing, and one round into the object above. The object then fled straight up and joined with eleven others high in the sky. This we all saw but didn?t know the details at the time. Anyway, the thing ran into the woods towards our fenceline and they wanted to look for it. By this time several patrols were involved. We found the body of the thing near the runway. It had apparently climbed the fence and died while running. It was all of a sudden hush-hush and no one was allowed near the area. We roped off the area and AF OSI came out and took over. That was the last I saw of it. There was a bad stench coming from it too. Like ammonia smelling but it wasn’t constent in the air. That day, a team from Wright-Patterson AFB came in a C141 and went to the area. They crated it in a wooden box, sprayed something over it, and then put it into a bigger metal container. They loaded it in the plane and took off. That was it, nothing more was said, no report made and we were all told not to have anything to say about it or we would be court martialed.
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UFO CLOSE ENCOUNTER OVER McGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE IN NEW JERSEY
McGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE NEW JERSEY
I have looked with interest through many of the accounts online on your website and others and cannot find any account of an incident that took place in the late 1960s. I can’t tell you the exact date, but I was stationed at McGuire AFB, N.J. from July of 1965 until the squadron was disbanded and we shipped out in late May of 1967. At some point during that time the following incident occurred. We had an alert recall go off around 2300 hrs. as I recall, and when we arrived at the squadron area we realized that it was not just a routine alert exercise because the portable radios that a lot of the guys carried around at that time were ordered to be turned off. One of the aircraft that I was assigned to as an MA-1 mechanic was scrambled from the alert barns (another giveaway that it was an actual intrusion of airspace) and in 20 minutes or so from the beginning of the event it returned and we went out to greet the aircraft. The captain, whose name I remember but will not use here, on the way to debriefing was asked what he saw up there. He simply replied that he wanted to continue flying and we took it to mean that he’d seen something. The attack recorder film was processed and it revealed that the pilot had electronically “interrogated” the craft and received no response. He was given permission to acquire “lock on” and did so. The target on the screen indicated that it was traveling at approximately 1500 mph or at the top end of our pursuing aircraft. Once lock on was achieved, within seconds, the target craft began to accelerate unbelievably rapidly and broke lock on and the indication was that the craft had to be traveling at 3000 mph. Within an hour of that we were allowed to turn on our radios and return to the barracks. On the radio there was a DJ on WABC in NYC that took a break from playing the rock of the day to report that there had been an incident of a UFO buzzing Andrews AFB and that it had headed north and fighters had given chase. Later on, a news report said that the mystery craft had headed north across New Jersey and New York and disappeared before Canadian aircraft could give chase. I’ve never seen this account given on any of the sites that deal with UFO sightings and the like. I am wondering if your site has ever heard of this ? I prefer to remain anonymous.
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