posted on Mar, 24 2005 @ 08:12 AM
Well there's been a giant silver cylinder flying around here in the north Dallas area since about July. I've been trying to catch it on film. Its
location is always random and I've seen it pull its disappearing act. Thats pretty cool looking.
If you live in the Dallas area keep an eye out for it, in the mornings it likes to get low. Like between 8-10am it moves around over neighborhoods
very slowly just over the tallest power lines. And it will be visible from time to time at that low altitude. Why??? Who knows.... but if you have
a good camera with a good hi-mag lens and just happen to be in the right area, you may just get the holy grail of daylight close up shots. You might
even get some shots through the windows if it has any.
Anyway a friend of mine who lives north of Dallas in a little town called Little Elm said at about 9 in the morning something temporarily blocked the
sun coming in through his windows, sort of like a cloud, but it was moving too fast and there were no clouds over his house at the time. He said the
shadow was too big for a helicopter and there was no noise. I think it was that silly cylinder showing itself again.
Again thats the weird thing, it gets super low over populated neighborhoods and buzzes around very slowly like 35 mph and then cloaks itself. I paced
it in my car one time, thats why I know it can go very slow, but after about 30 seconds from the time I saw it, it turned on the cloak.
During the afternoon, I've seen it high in the sky flying over the highway for several minutes and then it cloaks again.
So if you're in the Dallas area, keep a camera handy at all times and look for the silver cylinder. I have no idea what its doing, but it needs to
be caught on film and lots of it.