posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 02:58 PM
These events took place last week on Lake Michigan around 1-2 p.m
I had taken some time off of my job to enjoy some of the nice summer weather. I live in Indiana, and the winters can get cold, I look forward to
summer all year long, and try to get outdoors as much possible when it is here.
One of my friends lives in a house that is real close to lake Michigan and some of his neighborhood friends have houses on the beach, with private
access.I had went up there for the day, it was warm sunny, but partly cloudy..overall a nice day. We went to his friends house that has private access
to the beach, a nice relaxing getaway for me.
We had been relaxing, having a few beers, throwing a football around.. a great day. Around 1-2 p.m we decided to build ourselves some sand chairs and
watch the waves roll in. While relaxing my friend noticed something in the sky. He was like wow..what the hell is that, I hadn't seen it, he was
wearing special sunglasses, i dont know if you have seen them, they have kind of dark lenses and help you see things better.
After he pointed it out...I saw it, and it was something I had never seen before or could explain. it looked like a white ball kind of, exact same
color as the clouds....(camo) We all watched it fly around the clouds in erradic patterns, then all of a sudden..it dissapeared! We looked all around
the sky and did not see anything..then about 20 seconds later it re appeared above a cloud.
We watched it for about another 45 seconds or so, then it speed up to an incredible speed and speared itself into the lake....with no splash! We all
looked at eachother in disbelief that we had seen this happen. Nothing in nature that I am aware of could move or do things like this..it is
unexplainable...a true ufo....but why did it want to go into the water..it did not seem to be in distress, do these crafts refuel underwater..or
maybee have a base there?Below are some pictures I crudley came up with for the events, note that these are not to scale, just a representation of
what I remember. Thanks for taking the time to read this.