Friday, August 30, 2019

‘Marshall County UFO Incident’ Commemorated By Historical Society

‘Marshall County UFO Incident’ Commemorated By Historical Society

     Forty years after the Marshall County UFO Incident, the county’s historical society is commemorating the event that still has curiosity-seekers from around the world visiting its museum.

By Ann Bailey

Deputy Val Johnson, who was on patrol about 16 miles from Stephen, Minn., that morning reported afterward that, upon waking up 30 minutes after driving into the circle of light, hovering 3 to 4 feet above the ground, he had burns around his eyes. His patrol car also was damaged: A headlight and the windshield the car were smashed, the two radio antennas were bent and the clock on his dashboard matched that of his watch: 14 minutes slow.

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