9/12/2005 9:51:39 PM
Size of Object(s)
points of light (amber in color)
Distance to Object(s) & Altitude
many verticle miles up
Shape of Object(s)
points of light. Appeared star-like
Color of Object(s):
Full Description & Details
Two objects traveled parallel to one another at a relatively high rate of speed headed north. Assumed to be shooting stars when object to the east (#1)stopped completely and object to the west (#2)made a complete circle around #1and continued north north west. #1 reversed directions and proceeded to loop to the south west and ended its turn headed to the north north east where it stopped again. #2 seemed to pause in flight and await #1 to catch up as #1 looped south again and came around from the east headed north west where upon both objects continued north and drew closer to each other untill they closely resembled one point of light. At that point they resumed their original spacing and continued due north in parallel untill they faded into the light pollution and trees.
I have never seen anything I coundn't easily explain before. I have always wanted to believe in UFO's but have never had a personal eye-witness sighting to justify this desire. Tonight I geuinely believe we are not alone in the universe and I've truely seen something extraordinary. I'm just a average guy who has been hoping all his life to see what I saw tonight. My beliefs are finally justified. Nothing I've ever seen can move the way these things moved. I grew up in a military town where aircraft were commonplace in the skies and this was like nothing I'm familliar with or can possibly imagine given our present technology. They defied the laws of physics as I know them and behaved like momentum and gravity do not exist. Their movement was very controlled and deliberate. They cannot have been birds or bugs. Only one explaination remains; and as someone who needs real proof in order to accept anything fringe or supernatural: I've seen it !!!! P.S. I'll never be the same again. WOW
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Your Location:fort collins, co