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Geelong, Newcomb, Victoria

December 2nd 2006



UFO Report from AUFORNs Online report form

Sighting received 1.12.2006 01:15:43

Witnesses: (3) Mr. Andrew & brother Steven friend Daniel
Street: Helms street
Town-City: Geelong
Suburb: Newcomb, Vic, 3219

Location of Sighting
Location: Limeburners Pier boat ramp
Street: Eastern beach
Town-City: Geelong
Suburb: Geelong, Victoria
Occupation: Student
Date: 2 December 2006
Time: 12:30 am
Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time
Apparent Size: Star like
Description: No sounds it was hovering low with a bright pink light then it just disappeared instantly, it was a UFO.

Observation: We were at a boat ramp that overlooks the ocean and refinery plants with lots of lights a on the other side in front of us. I would say the UF O would have been maybe 1 km away. We saw a bright pink light hovering low around the industrial area, a very strong nice pink colour.

The light went really bright then it started to turn round within 1 sec it just disappeared without us seeing it go. We couldn't see the object just the light but it was hovering pretty low about tree top level. The object just came out of nowhere in the sky. The moon was a full moon, the moon was really bright lighting up the water, it was a clear night and we were all shocked at seeing this thing as it was a weird thing to see.

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