Adelaide, South Australia
AUFORN Sighting Form Report
Received 24/08/2008 19:55:00
JUNE 1990 ADELAIDE (SA) 2300hrs (NL)
Source: AUFORN ONLINE UFO Report Form
Witness: Mr. Mat x
Number of witnesses present: 2
Sighting Duration: 5 minutes
Occupation: Senior Consultant [Construction Industry]
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Observation: Myself and two close friends I'd known for over 10 years we parked on about the 8th-10th floor in a multistorey carpark in Adelaide city centre with a view to the west. Whilst we were deep in conversation about the universe a small yellowy-white light appeared from behind a building in the western sky. The object moved in very odd directions, almost buzzing around like an insect, up-down and sideways. The object would come into sight, then dart back behind the building, then creep out again fly around and shoot back behind the building. This continued on and off for about 5 minutes. It was almost like it was playing a game with us? It looked as though the object was quite far away, hovering just up above the horizon out over the ocean. The object was much larger than a star or planet appears in the sky. It was truly awesome.
Apparent Size: Pea-Sized
Altitude: 1000m? very hard to tell, as it was very far away and more than likely over the ocean
Object Origin: western sky, from behind a building.
Object Destination: from where it came
Weather Temp: Cold.
Effects Physical: heightened awareness
Other Experiences: This was the first, although I have experienced a handful since. One in Aldinga, SA, another at Carrickalinga. Then two in Dubai. I have photos of both in Dubai if you are interested?
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