UFO SIGHTING REPORT
Maricopa County, Arizona
December 12th 2005
Maricopa County, Arizona Baffling Object In The Night Sky
Date: December 12, 2005 (?)
Time: 6:00 -7:00 p.m.
Number of witnesses: 2
Number of objects: 1
Shape of objects: Not sure, maybe rectangular.
Full Description of event/sighting: Hello Brian, Okay I was in my backyard barbequing some food, and I looked up like I always do. And in the far north west heading north. I noticed how close these two airplanes were next to each other and wondered if it was a problem for the two of them. I looked down for not even a minute to turn over my food, and when I looked up again the planes were now in the nearer west heading south.
Immediately I was baffled and wondered how they got there so fast. Then I also noticed how much faster their lights blinked compared to other planes in the sky. My curiosity grew and I watched them much more now and I then now noticed it wasn't two planes but one large object whose lights blinked very quickly.
The object was so large that if a commercial airplane was the size of a lemon, this object was a watermelon.
So now it is moving east and it is going higher up now. Lights still blinking away very, very quickly like twinkling lights. Soft but bright white/yellow lights.
So I called out for my boyfriend to come and take a look at this. When he got outside, I told him to look at some of the airplanes and to see how big they were and how fast their lights were blinking. Then I told him to look at the object.
We were both very excited. It moved faster than the planes did and was able to change courses very easily and quickly. However it was not zooming across the sky. It eventually just faded out into the sky into a few clouds that were hanging out.
I am not exact on the date I just know it was sometime last week but more near Monday or Tuesday
Thank you to the witness for the interesting report.
Brian Vike, Director
HBCC UFO Research
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