Ghost Aircraft
Ghost aircraft are unknown objects that began flying over military bases during the early 1930s, usually at night while shining bright lights toward the ground.

While it seems likely that some sightings were of conventional aircraft with an unusual configuration of lights, there is no explanation for those that operated silently or in weather that would have grounded conventional aircraft. No identifiable markings were visible on these objects and official investigations failed to positively identify any of them. According to author Timothy Good, the researcher John Keel catalogued many of the early ghost aircraft sightings.

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