posted on May, 25 2016 @ 04:16 PM
a reply to: Night Star
The one and only time I thought I saw a UFO was when we (Johnny Anonymous, Crakeur, and I) were up at the Gilliland Ranch in Oregon with Robbie
Williams back in 2007 or 2008, I really thought I'd finally seen an example of that which I had spent decades researching and looking for.
Johnny Anonymous had the satellite and flight tracking software running and it showed nothing "known" should have been in the coordinates of the sky I
was standing under. The thing was obviously not a satellite as it was maneuvering (turned 90 degrees + or - and hauled ass) and we all agreed it was
way too high up for an aircraft. It appeared to be at the same altitude (or higher) the satellites were lazily sliding by. We could see the multitude
of airliners and military aircraft that were flying by and this thing was significantly higher than those. LOTS higher.
I was looking through military grade night vision binoculars that we amazing and very clear. I really got excited (I think Johnny might have an audio
recording of the experience since he was taping just about everything that week) and truly thought I'd finally seen one...
Alas, about a month later the U.S.A.F. revealed they had been test flying their "classified" space drone, when we compared where and when they said it
was "flying" it was obvious that's what I saw.
Still a pretty cool thing to spot but nowhere near as cool as Qweedock from Sunev out cruising the solar system in his sport model.