UFO SIGHTING REPORT

Partlow, Virginia

November 10th 2005


Partlow, Virginia 5 To 6 Orange Glowing Objects

Date: November 10, 2005
Time: 7:45 p.m.

Location of Sighting: West towards Blue Ridge Mtns/Orange Co Va.Dulles Airport.
Number of witnesses: 2
Number of objects: 5-6
Shape of objects: Round white to burning orange glowing objects to the naked eye.

Full Description of event/sighting: Hello, I have seen these orange glowing objects more than once here in Va. and was reported to HBCC UFO.com. this past spring, Feb. Mar. 05. They did not appear here again till tonight. Me and another witness observed the glowing objects just above the horizon above the tree tops. I live on a worn down ancient mountain range called Mount Pleasant. These are very weird as they do not move like airplanes or helicopters. I have a video and a lot of digital pictures of the crafts or lights I have witnessed. Please remember you are seeing what I saw and viewed, I did not manipulate these pictures, they are actual digital images on a media card. Please note when viewing them to focus your eye on the stars in the back ground for focus representation. I have seen these in a formation with at least six in a row that appear above the tree tops in upward lines. I will admit they are hard to film as they appear not to move & only hovering, but when I save them on the camera they have a different shape? Settings do not matter in this case. This is unknown to me why this is caused. Maybe there speed or erratic movement? I use a Fuji fine pix camera 4.3 megapixels with a 2 x zoom lens. I would like to have anyone in Virginia who saw or has seen these objects to please report it to Brian Vike here at hbccufo.com Thanks.

Thank you very much to the witness for the report.

Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research

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