The picture below shows stages of how the eyewitnesses saw there event. Of course this is approximation and do note there are some minor discrepancies
in the last report made by the investigator compared to the original report made by the eyewitnesses; which I shall point out soon.
Middle of the target: Eyewitness // #1 - #4: Reported Movements of Object //
Blake Circle w/Ques.Mark: No description of object at that point.
Comments on Discrepancies: (3 reports; Eyewitness, Investigator, 2nd Investigator paraphrasing eyewitness)
1. The last report made by the investigator states “they could see it was silent”. How do you see something silent? The eyewitness
states he did role down the window.
2. The reports together state the craft was going east, west, left, and then shot off. The reports after the eyewitness one gets confusing
as it contradicts if it was on either side of the street. Sifting out what I believed to be the problem, turning around to see it behind them, then it
kind of makes since; shown in picture above.
3. Eyewitness report states “it was not blinking”. The last report, paraphrased by investigator, states “as the red, pulsating light
approached their position”. Did the eyewitness change his mind about the pulsating (it does seem the father was confident it was not blinking since
he plainly stated it) or did the investigator mess up?
4. Now this isn’t really a contradiction, but the eyewitness report stopped when the object went over head. The last investigator report
stopped at it taking off and gone in 2 seconds. I assume the father’s original statement is structured around his personal experience on what
happened out in the sky through his angle in the car. He states his son’s saw the object first but does not mention the whole family saw it at the
end. Why? He did not want his wife and mother involved due to ridicule?
Despite the discrepancies above, which I feel does not draw any credibility away from the eyewitness, I find this sighting very interesting
none-the-less because… well just read the incident report! At the speed at which the family was moving (70mph), they had to travel approx. 1 mile
per min. There needs be more info on how big the object was relative to the street, car, or any other reference, as it went above their vehicle. There
is a reference to the size when the father compared it to the tree line and going at those speeds, the object had to be pretty darn high in altitude,
assuming the object looked stable in the sky (accept the part where it appeared to get brighter and/or bigger). It’s obvious this craft(s)? was
interacting with them for 5 minutes , and its also obvious they don’t know what they saw. They/father seem to find the best ways in describing their
incident, which the fathers description of the incident seems to hit all points necessary to get a clear picture.
edit on 15-9-2010 by scar7 because: punctuation & sp