I have. And yes, I didn' t post for precisely that reason....
Alcala de Henares, outside Madrid, Spain.
Late May or Early June 1999.
Called up a friend about 11pm and went to her house. She was kind of strange on the phone but I shrugged it off. She was on the 15th floor or so.
There was a fierce storm going on, common in some parts of Europe at that time of year. Crazy lightning.
When I got there she was out on the balcony with another friend. She showed me the hills in the distance. Maybe 2-4 km away, I don't know.
There were 2 very bright glowing orange lights moving around in a beautiful, helical flight path. Up and down the hills, side to side. It is hard to
judge but they must have been 5-10 metres in diameter. It was pretty obvious that they were U.F.Os. I didn't want to believe they were UFO's,
despite having an interest in the subject. I tried Occams razor and debated it with her...
- "It's a car"- no, it can't be, because the flight path of the objects intersected and reversed. Besides, they were FAR too big.
- Ball lightning- No, because they were there for a full 20 minutes.
this is the best ball lightning video I've seen. Way to slow. www.youtube.com...
- Chinese Lanterns- Give me a break, far too fast to be Chinese lanterns. Also, they didn't drift with the wind, they stayed moving over the hill.
So they were U.F.O's. I later found out that these "Foo fighters" were very common.
It was the flight-path that haunted me, and made me realise they were far beyond current earth tech. It was "helical"- like they were following
invisible DNA as a flight-guide.
My friend said they often came down during a storm.
We stayed watching them for about 20 minutes, then, believe it or not, went inside. It was getting cold, and even watching UFO's can get boring. We
chatted another 15 mins or so in her living room, when we went back out they'd gone.
They look very similar to the lights at 2:00-2:03 in this video:
except a little more blurry.
Also, strangely, they look like the lights at the end of the pyramid song video by Radiohead.
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Thanks for giving me the chance to post this. I am not scared of the "whar's thar proofs" crowd so much as bored rigid by them. The way they repeat
themselves again and again is borderline autistic. My ignore list is always full. I would love to see it extended to 30 users.
I'm grateful that I was given the chance to see these UFOs, whether they were advanced military tech or other-wordly. I feel very lucky to have a
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