UFO SIGHTING REPORT
January 13th 2005
Axis, Alabama Cigar Shaped Craft
Date: January 13, 2005
Time: 9:15 a.m.
Number of witnesses: 2
Number of objects: 4
Shape of objects: Aircraft DC-9 ? and metallic cigars.
Full Description of event/sighting: Approx: one year ago in January of 2004 a coworker and I saw a cigar shaped craft approx 4 miles out moving to the NNE slowly (600 MPH) at approx 5000 feet. The time was approx :9:20 a.m. Seven to ten days later, myself and the security guard saw a similar cigar shaped object moving due west at a higher altitude directly overhead, time was approx 4:30 pm. Object appeared to be moving at a much higher speed ( went from about 10 o'clock position to horizon in less than minute
First cigar had a dark spot mid-ship, second object had 4 dark spots evenly spaced, brushed aluminum in appearance.
During the last week in Jan 2004 at approx 2:00 pm I observed what appeared to be a DC-9 approaching the plant at a low altitude from the SSW as it passed directly overhead it disappeared, approx 2 seconds later the roar of the engines suddenly stopped.
On Jan 13 of 2005 I observed what appeared to be the same type of plane approaching from the north headed due south at low altitude again. I pointed it out to a coworker and said watch this plane it looks like the disappearing plane I saw last year. Shortly after it passed the 2 o'clock position it disappeared with the sound, suddenly ending a second later. As it passed overhead it appeared to have a Airforce emblem on the wing in a light gray color. Both planes sighted where all white with no other identifying markings visible. Both planes had two engines attached to rear fuselage like old DC-9's.
Sky's where clear and blue on all four occasions. Daylight Stealth! I work at a chemical plant located on the north side of a slight hill approx: 3 miles south, south west of a major power plant ( Barry steam plant)
Thank you to the witness for the report.
Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
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