posted on Jan, 27 2007 @ 08:17 PM
Hi again... I sent the lovely, talented and ever so sweet jritzmann my best guestimate of my positions and the UFO's position, as well as takeoff
direction, marked... will try to answer a few questions now.
UM Gazz, I thought they were getting ready to say hello right there and then.
fooffstarr, I thought that photo (the Dulles area cloud hole) was worth mentioning, too... verrrry similar, indeed, except that the ORD one was fairly
straight up, and slightly angling towards me and left) --- the Dulles cloud hole seems nearly perpendicular to the ground. But suffice it to say,
after what I saw at O'Hare, it wouldn't exactly shock me to discover that some-one? -thing? was snooping around yet another airport.
I didn't know about the Aurora, IL, sighting, also on 6 November... will try to look up information on that one, as either we had quite the little
nomad on our hands that day, or the skies were a bit "friendlier" than usual.
MrPenny, I thought exactly the same thing, about people not knowing how to download phone photos to their computers, then how to upload from there to
here. Most of my friends with cell cams tell me they have no idea as to how to do this. Again, I just encourage anyone who has photos from this
incident to release them. Personal anonymity is fine, although I've felt completely safe about having my confidentiality maintained by the
moderators here. Just please... figure out the way to upload them, or send them to Mr, Hilkovich at the Trib, or to Peter Davenport, or to the
talented photo staff here, via the moderators. Please.
mythatsabigprobe, from my perspective and that of a few others who saw this object, we tend to feel more that the mainstream media are making a mole
hill out of a mountain... and yours is my favorite nic here so far.
amongus, this isn't the first UFO I've seen, but this was certainly the most detailed and profound one... the others didn't make me rush out to
tell my tale, but this one has brought me around to that. I'm open as to what may be piloting this craft... but that it was a craft I have no doubt
whatsoever. And given that the take-off would, given our currently extrapolated technological level, pretty much turn a human's body to mush. I
don't really think it was piloted by humans.
I did feel a brief, light tingling no more than a second or two before the thing took off and as it passed through the clouds ahead and tp the left of
me, but it was such a subtle thing I can't say with certainty that it was a result of an electrical or EG phenomenon.
My flight crew friend said that they were not informed of the reason for the brief delay, but that someone did ask if they'd "seen anyything
unusual." The crew was not questioned by FAA or airline officials, but again, at that time I doubt if damage control had gone beyond the ramp areas
I'll stay around here for a few hours to answer questions, if you have them.