60 Eerie Declassified UFO Photos From The '60s and '70s

By Sarah Norman | December 5, 2023

The Mystery Of Stonehenge. Stonehenge... New Jersey

UFOs sightings happen fairly frequently (at least according to UFO sighting witnesses), but in the 1960s and '70s, alien crafts were spotted almost every week throughout America and the rest of the Western world. The rise of inexpensive photography equipment helped witnesses make a better case for their sightings, and often these photos were able to provide evidence that an eyewitness testimony just can’t offer. But in many cases of UFO encounters witnesses are either too awestruck to take action, or technology just doesn’t work. These are just a few of the most exciting stories of UFO sightings from the 20th century. 

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North Bergen, New Jersey played host to an incredibly strange UFO sighting in 1975 when a series of strange lights were seen coming from the North Hudson County Park, a spot that sits across the street from an apartment building that was nicknamed “Stonehenge” by locals. Onlookers made their way to the park to see what was up, and reported that they saw a craft briefly touch down in the grass before taking off again. At least one observer swears he saw diminutive creatures descend from the craft on a ladder and collect soil samples before scurrying back up. Since then, the park has been the site of numerous strange supernatural occurrences. 

Intruders From Above on the Road to Piedmont, Missouri

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In 1973, a high school basketball coach, two of his team managers and three of his players were returning home to Piedmont, Missouri after a game when they noticed a shaft of light beaming from the sky. It was weird, but they didn’t think much of it. Then, a few miles later, the light flicked on again; this time the coach stopped his car and got on foot to check it out.

The coach claimed that he couldn’t tell what shape or size the craft was because of the darkness, but he saw four lights that he assumed were portholes. He said that the craft floated quietly for about 10 minutes before noiselessly disappearing.