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<br>Rex Heflin, Santa Ana, California USA 1965 photo depicts a flattopstraw hatsaucer. To the general public, it is perhaps the best known shape of what a {113} may look like, as it was included in encyclopedia Britannicas 1966 yearbook, classified underspacecraft“.

On 3Aug1965 about 12:30pm, Rex E. Heflin, age 38, a highway maintainance engineer for the Orange County road department, spotted an unusual object approaching the road. He stopped his truck, grabbed the camera off the seat beside him and shot three pictures as rapidly as possible. As the object moved away, Heflin scrambled out of the truck and took his fourth and final picture of asmoke ring“. Heflin tried to contact his office by radio while the {113} was near his vehicle, but the radio refused to operate. Heflin estimated the {113} to be ~20ft (6m) in diameter and ~700ft (210m) away and said a rotating light was apparent underneath the {113}.
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