It was a cold, clear evening in February, 1963. There were fifteen people sitting in Hal Price’s living room, although they were hard to count in the darkness. The house was situated in middle class, suburban normalcy in one of the small cities around Louisville, Kentucky. But inside the dark room, the fifteen people were acting somewhat oddly.
If you looked closely, the faint light that filtered through the fabric of the closed curtain was sufficient to reveal that a few of the people there were opening and closing their mouths, and occasionally one of them would rapidly move his tongue, making a clicking sound with his mouth.
Then one of those present began to speak, in a strange, extremely forced manner. “Greetings in the love and the light of the Infinite Creator,” he blurted.
Another person asked, “Are you nearby?”
In the same strained voice, the first speaker suggested that if the person who asked would come outside, they would show him the craft. First all fifteen people went outside for the craft, but they saw nothing but a clear and starry sky. The people went back inside and resumed their former posture.
Again the speaker with the strained voice suggested that if the one who had asked where the craft was would come outside, this person would be shown their craft. The questioner immediately left the group. When he got outside he waited for no more than twenty seconds. Then he saw an orange-ish light, which crossed the sky until it came to rest over his head. It then changed colors, from orange through blue to white. It remained fixed for a few seconds, larger than Venus, but smaller than the moon. Then it disappeared.
I was one of the fifteen who were at that meeting in February, 1963. I did not see that UFO. However, careful questioning of the man who saw it convinced me that the phenomenon was within the limits for definite classification as an “unidentified” object. I have, however, seen two other UFOs, and have pursued numerous allegations of contact with UFOs since that time.
This volume is intended to put before you some of the data I have gathered.
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