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UFO's / New Zealand and Australia Sightings #56387

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 03, 1979
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(Studio) New Zealand's developing reputation for sightings of UFO's noted. New Zealanders said not alone in sightings.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Details given about recent sightings of unusu. objects in skies above New Zealand and Australia and also Italy. Recent unusu. juxtaposition of moon and Venus noted. Films shown. Italian police sightings near Palermo reported Scientists' viewing of Australian television film of UFO (Unidentified Flying Objects) stated. Australian television film shown; camera said to have been moved by wind. Comments of some scientists and camera crew mentioned. [Cameraman Frank KAZUKAITIS - describes object; thinks it's explainable phenomenon.] Sighting of same object by policemen, include Lindsay Peacock, cited. [PEACOCK - comments.] Australian television film shown using network slow motion procedure. [TV soundman Lloyd McFADDEN - comments on sighting.] NASA's refusal to comment and skepticism of some astronomers noted.
REPORTER: John Martin

Reporter(s):
Martin, John;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:03:40

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