Frank Buckshot Standing Horse

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Frank Buckshot Standing Horse
Born 8 May 1891(1891-05-08) [1]
near Bono, Ohio
Died 2 May 1977 (85) [2]
Riverside, California
Burial Elsinore Valley Cemetery, Lake Elsinore, California [3]
Nationality Ottawa, American
Alma mater Moody Bible Institute
Workplace(s) Wildwood Chapel (Oklahoma Indian Christian Camp); Wayside Chapel
Affiliations AFSCA
Known for Space Brothers contactee
Spouse(s) Alta LeCount

Frank Buckshot Standing Horse (May 8, 1891 - May 2, 1977) was an Ottawa-American evangelical Protestant minister and contactee who claimed he had been transported to the planets Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Clarion, and Orean aboard Mandra Oleeka's saucer-like spacecraft Vea-O-Mus.


  • "Interview w/ Chief Frank Buckshot Standing Horse, a full-blooded Ottawa Indian",

    12.14.02.- Interview w/ Chief Frank Buckshot Standing Horse, a full-blooded Ottawa Indian; older gentleman wearing full-feather war bonnet & other Indian accoutrements. Tells story of UFO contact on July 12, 1959, when he went for a ride on a flying saucer. Cam pans right to CU of drawing of alleged spacecraft, the good ship Vea-O-Mus from Oreon, a planet from “outside our galaxy:; Frank describes the craft’s facilities and the planets he passed while on the four day excursion. Tilt to CU Frank as he tells of the ship’s pilot, Mandra Oleeka, a “very beautiful woman… of 417 years… tall, dark complexion, beautiful blue eyes, well-shaped… certainly blessed with beauty.” Cam pans R to drawing of a Engarcar, a car-like vehicle powered by electro-magnetic energy that Frank witnessed while on Venus; Frank tells of the driver, who was from Nebraska and assumed the Frank was from there too because of his American Indian heritage (?!)."

Press Coverage


  1. "Frank Buckshot Standing Horse Can Prove Birth", The Tribune (Coshocton, OH): 7, 17 Aug. 1954, 
  2. "California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (, Frank B Horse, b. 8 May 1891, d. 2 May 1977
  3. Grave marker of Chief Frank B. Standing Horse ( at Elsinore Valley Cemetery, Lake Elsinore, California