McMinnVille, Oregon (May 8, 1950)
Considered as one of the best and most authentic early photographs of a UFO, this photo by Paul Trent depicts an unidentified flying object that appeared in the sky on May 8, 1950. The appearance of the UFO was also witnessed by his wife. For five decades, this photo has been deemed authentic by experts.
Outer Hebrides, Scotland (1947)
This photo is considered as one of the most believable UFO photographs ever taken. Taken in Outer Hebrides in Scotland sometime in 1947, this photo depicts a metallic, two-layered object floating on air. Many people before believed that the captured image was a UFO spacecraft because of its outlandish structure.
Phoenix, Arizona (July 7, 1947)
Taken by William Rhodes of Phoenix, Arizona, this photo shows a disk circling the Phoenix on the sunset of July 7, 1947. The sighted UFO was a disk-like object that had a round front and a square tail, much like the tail of an airplane. After a close scrutiny by experts, this photo was found to be authentic.
Cincinnati, Ohio (1949)
Taken sometime in 1949, this photo shows an unidentified circular flying object during the Jitney Carnival at the St. Peter and Paul Church in Norwood, Cincinnati, Ohio. The floating objects were lit by accident by the sweeping searchlight of Reverend Gregory Miller which failed to operate at first.
Washington D.C. (1952)
In 1952, a group of alleged UFOs were seen above and around the White House, the Capitol Building and the Pentagon. The event happened during the dawn of UFOlogy in the United States. People who saw the photo believed that the UFOs were going up against the government agencies appointed to guard the United States against foreign powers.