Wilberforce, New South Wales
December 20th 2005
AUFORN Sighting Report
Hotline callin code 5287 Report
Date 20th 12th 2005
Time 2:50 pm
Place, Wilberforce, NSW.
On the 20th Dec at 11:45, Michael was working in Stanix Park road Wilberforce, which is in the Hawkesbury are of NSW. He happened to look up into the sky and saw a bright starlike object. It was a clear blue sky and he thought it unusual to see a star in the midday sky, but at such a high altitude, he was unable to think of anything else it could have been. He called over two mates to have a look at it.
He entered a truck and didn’t alight until 12:20 in the same area. He noticed that the starlike object was still there. He once again called his friends over. The object was sitting in a South East position and as they were watching, the object suddenly took off West at great speed and twice Zig Zagged back and forward across the sky. The object came back to the original west position and suddenly moved in a great arc from west to east and subsequently disappeared.
It was too erratic to be a plane or a satellite of any sort. Michael declared he had “seen nothing on earth as fast, and I’ve seen fast jets”.
He said “I got the feeling they were watching us and the equipment we were using was flashing red and blue lights. I wondered if it was attracted to this”
He declared he was not in the habit of making things up and that his son was a regular in the army in the Northern Territory. He rang the RAAF, but they said that no other reports had come in and that they had no activities in the sky. Most active air personnel were on leave on that day. Larraine Cilia, AUFORN, NSW.
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