On July 1st 1954, Griffiss Air Force Base scrambled a Starfire jet to track an unidentified flying object over Oneida County. The rest has been a mystery ever since.

As the pilot closed in on the disc-shaped object, the cockpit was filled with bursts of unbearable heat and he was forced to eject. The crash that followed claimed the life of four people and has been the subject of intrigue and secrecy ever since.

The Westmoreland Historical Society and the Clark Mills Historical Society invite you attend an afternoon of discussion and inquiry about this tragic, but also mysterious event. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided. The event will be held on Sunday February 25th at 2PM at the Westmoreland Town Hall.

Try to solve the 64 year mystery.