posted on Jan, 26 2008 @ 10:21 PM
The comment of NGC2736 sums it up quite well.
For ease of use I ‘translate’ the handwritten report of John Brado and include his drawings from pdf. page 5 and 6:
At no time did the object seem to travel at a high rate of speed, all apparent movement was fairly slow and very smooth at the time the observation
was mad it was moving(?) fairly steady to slow. The hour of (?) time of observation was near dusk, and (?) did not have to lights on the
There where no distinct edges on the object, the orange yellow was fuzzed at the edges and the same applies to the gray band (?) in the middle.
At no time did the object seem to be spinning or rotating.
There is no doubt I was very exited at the time of observation, especially at the time of the second view, it actually seemed like it was going to hit
After seeing the object disappear the last time it started to rain, very, very hard.
I have made the following rather preceding statements in the view that perhaps if this object was a guided missile? Some Location of object could be
obtained for military purposes.
My idea is, it may have been a tornado in the making, a lightning bolt, a comet and if possible a so called “flying saucer”
I do not desire no publicity (