Unsolved Mysteries: Berkshire UFO Sightings

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Here at Casino.org we love a good UFO-spotting story. In fact we like them so much we even created a UFO odds calculator so you can figure out where in the States you’re most likely to have an encounter.

If you’ve
already checked out the page, you’ll see we included a pretty awesome timeline
with all the sightings that have been reported over the years.

But some of
you superfans out there might notice there is one that slipped through the net…

The Story Of The Berkshire UFO Sightings

On the
night of September 1, 1969, in Berkshire, Massachusetts, a big UFO event
allegedly took place. But because many people thought the witnesses were just
crazy, very little was reported on it.

With Netflix giving Unsolved Mysteries a reboot, those same witnesses have shared their story with the world.

separate and unconnected families each give accounts on the show of their own
run-in with the UFO across a few different towns in the area. And they’re not

The local
radio, WSBS, was inundated with calls from people that night with eyewitness
accounts across the Berkshire County. It ran as a news story but unfortunately,
the following day the tape was wiped for the next news bulletin.

The Victims’ Creepy Eye-Witness Accounts

Kirchdorfer, who was 14 at the time, and Tommy Warner, aged 10, both recall
being in the same ‘room’ with other children after seeing the bright light that
appears in each account.

Tommy was
in his house with his babysitter, Debbie, coloring pictures when he looked out
of the window and heard a voice in his head telling him: “You need to go home

he was scared and thought it was God, but some force inside him made him run
outside where, according to Debbie, he ran madly on the spot, not going

A bright
beam shone down on him and the “air was sucked right out” of him and in flash, Debbie
blinked, and he disappeared from sight.

Person looking up at UFO at night
Some of the victims of the Berkshire UFO sightings recall being taken to a strange ‘room’ with other terrified children. [Image: Shutterstock]

after he reappeared, lying on the other side of the house, pinned down by a
beam of light. After about a minute the beam went off and according to Debbie
the whole thing lasted about seven minutes.

Melanie had been out with her parents and sister getting ice cream by Lake Mansfield when they all saw this bright, blinding light ahead. Her father wanted to tail it in the car despite the fear that she and her sister had.

Next thing she remembers is levitating and being inside the ‘room’ where one by one, children disappeared.

She next
remembers being alone by the lake and had to find her way home.

Thomas Reed, who was 9 at the time, was on his way home from Sheffield, a town close by to where Melanie and Tommy were, along with his brother, mother and grandmother.

The four of them were in the car going through the covered bridge when from the side a bright light flooded their car, lighting up the whole interior.

They all
noted a change in pressure, as if underwater, and a deadly silence.

All of a
sudden, a cacophony of frogs and crickets broke out and next thing any of them
remember is being in the car in front of a drug store 1.2 miles away. Three
hours later.

None of
them knows what happened during those three hours.

still is that the mother and grandmother had swapped seats so that the
grandmother was now in the driver’s seat…even though she’d never driven in her

lady, Jane Green, was stopped in her tracks whilst driving home with her
friend, by a blinding white light.

Just A Load Of Baloney? Opinion Is Divided

It’s caused
a lot of divide and controversy in the towns as residents who saw nothing
refuse to believe anything happened and label those who saw anything as crazy.

There are
no police reports and the only news report on it has been taped over.

It seems
that fans of the show are just as divided on how real this is and the episode
is being labelled the series’ most inconclusive.

One user is
totally convinced by testimonies:

Whilst another
is bored to tears and is not buying it:

The theories about it range in how credible the witnesses are. Some say it’s all a big hoax that all the towns were in on. Another theory suggests that the whole county was spiked by a hallucinogenic…perhaps by a bakery.

The Great Barrington Historical Society, however, listed the Berkshire UFO sightings of that night as an historical event. There are plenty of letters and drawings on record…

The Odds
Of Seeing A UFO In The USA

The most
likely place to spot a UFO is not in Massachussets like the vitcims of this
story, but in South Dakota. The odds of seeing one there are +11200 (112/1).

The least
likely place to have an encounter is in Florida, where the odds are +341800

Want the odds for your where you live? Head to our UFO odds calculator to find out the likelihood of seeing one in your state.

The Truth Is Out There…

Are aliens watching us? [Image: Shutterstock]

What are your thoughts? Did it really happen or is this an elaborate story cooked up by some wild imagination? Do you believe in UFOs? Tweet us @Casino_Org.

And if you can’t get enough of UFOs then check out our blog post on UFO sightings in the USA, which covers where to find them and what to do when you have an encounter.

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