By Quentin Fogarty
Published by Angus & Robertson, 1982
Hard cover, 140mm x 220mm, 178 pages
Used - solid reading copy
Early on the morning of 31 December 1978, Melbourne television journalist Quentin Fogarty was travelling with a film crew on an Argosy freight aircraft off the New Zealand coast. They noticed bright objects in the sky and filmed them. The objects were also tracked on radar.
After months os research, American scientists agreed that a light source captured on the film could not be explained by conventional means. NICAP, the organisation whioh over a period of twenty-two years has investigated 20,000 reported UFO sightings, for the very first time endorsed the film as showing a genuine unidentified flying object.
This book tells the story of the sightings, and the chain od events which threw Quentin Fogarty's world into turmoil.
Illustrated with 20 colour stills from the film made during the flight, together with black-and-white photographs of the leading characters in this remarkable story.