posted on Mar, 24 2014 @ 09:47 PM
Back on the New year's Eve of 95/96, I was stationed in Germany. As My enlistment was due to end in a mere 4 months, I felt it was an especially good
New Year, and got exceptionally drunk at a metal bar I frequented. I decided to step outside for a bit of fresh air and smoke a clove I had traded
with a German for a Marlboro. As I was smoking and trying to keep my hair from blowing into the lit clove, I glanced up, and two white objects
overhead the nearby street area caught my eye. They were large, somewhat conical, but mainly round. They wobbled in line, back and forth, went up and
down, spun, but hovered over one particular area. They flashed, sparkled, and had many colored lights. I watched them for a moment, spellbound, and
realized I was seeing two flying saucers right in the middle of Frankfurt on New Years Eve. I ran back in the bar and shouted over Pantera for
everyone to get outside, there were freakin UFOs right outside. Several of the other regulars who knew me got up and went outside, and I pointed where
the UFOs had been spotted. They all looked, squinted, and 5 seconds later burst out laughing. Juergen the bartender went back inside, grabbed a broom,
came out, walked across the cobblestone to the other side of the courtyard, and proceeded down the flying saucer invasion with his might broom. He
picked up the wreckage, came back, and handed it to me. It was a very large rhinestone bra.
It had been caught over a wire, and had been flapping in the wind. Its numerous rhinestones were reflecting the many colors of light from all the bar
signs and fireworks going off all over the place (It was about 2:30 a.m. A testament to how very drunk I was, I no longer so much as flinched when
fire crackers went off within 20 feet of me. I don't think I really noticed.)Though not really padded, the cups were very stiff and conical. Because
I was so freakin drunk, I totally misjudged the distance, and thus their actual size. I thought they were several blocks away, and thus, much larger.
For the rest of the 4 months left that I was there, I never lived that night down.