Gloucester, New South Wales
October 31st 2001
Report taken from the AUFORN Mailing List
Callin: 01824 31.10.01 8.32pm
Location: NSW Gloucester
Jenny was reporting a sighting that her friends, Evan and his wife, had witnessed between 9-9.30pm on 31/10/01 while picking up three children from a school dance. She suggested I call the" previously sceptical "Evan for a more detailed report.
Evan was excited and shocked when I rang but was happy to tell of his experience. He said he used to scoff at UFO reports but now thats all changed.
Evan, his wife and three children were travelling along a lonely country road, about 30 minutes from Gloucester between 9.00 - 9.30pm when they looked up into the sky and noticed a yellowish coloured light, much brighter than a star. It appeared to be sitting in one position.
As they came closer they could see 2 orbs of yellow light with a row of smaller lights( which sometimes flashed). He described the night as crystal clear, very still and with almost a full moon.
The object or objects, he was unsure which, although he felt it might be solid, remained stationary. There was no sound and they passed almost under the object. They felt a "bit worried" and did not stop, but kept watch behind them until they reached Jenny's home.
The object was still in view behind them for several kilometers. When they reached Jenny's they looked through the binoculars and could see the glow of the object in the distance.
The next morning Evan mentioned it to a workmate who commented that his son had witnessed a UFO the same evening. Evan will encourage this witness to ring the UFO hotline.
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