9/13/2013 11:51:15 AM
Appearance / Description of Object(s)
Pitch black, the last paragraph's UFO seemed to have some type of ridge pattern on its sides
Size of Object(s)
about the length of shool bus
Description of Area / Surroundings
It is a farm village. I know all the airplane routes and altitude of the planes and none of my stated sightings were near the routes and it moved way too slow without any sound and i9t was way closer.
Full Description & Details
My sister, mother and I were laying outside on a beautiful clear sky evening. It was late-ish at night approximately 11pm. We were looking at the stars and suddenly we saw something, the only way we could see it was that it blocked out the stars. It was pitch black without any sound, I can't recall exactly how long we looked at it but it was kind of just hovering, moving very slowly. My mother actually couldn't see it because it was pitch black but my sister and I were in awe. We kept our eyes on the object and suddenly the stars behind it became visible again.
Can sighting be explained as any conventional man-made or natural object?
There is no way that my sighting was close to anything man made, I did research about all things that could be found in our sky, all natural occurances...nothing matches it, I am a very scientific person and even I couldn't explain it.
I am a high-school student, going to university next year. I have been open minded my whole life and I see no reason for anyone to make up stories about "reports" these are things people have seen with their own eyes. South Africa should get a legitimate database where we can report our sightings and get in contact with others that witnessed the same things.
Views on UFOs, before and after sighting
I have been a believer of life on multiple planets my whole life, I mean how self-centered canone be to think that we are the only intelligent life in the UNIVERSE
Please if you have seen anything similar contact me...It would be amazing to know that I am not the only person to see this
Your Location:South-Africa, Prince Alfred Hamlet