Before I get into it, I just want to clarify that the "glowing ufo" lights that were witnessed in Melbourne on the same night as my story, is
currently being discussed in this thread: ATS THREAD.
However, what I saw happened hours after the time-frame reported in the news, and I saw no flashing lights as was described in the article whatsoever.
I'd really appreciate your opinions on what it could be that I witnessed. Unfortunately, I have no video/photos of the incident as it happened too
quick for me to grab my camera. Sorry guys!
Time: Midnight approx.
My Location: Carlton, Melbourne, Australia.
Object Location: CBD/Southbank, Melbourne, Australia.
I walked outside to the balcony of my girlfriend's 3rd story apartment to have a cigarette. The balcony overviews the CBD, and Southbank direction. I
looked to my left just casually observing the sky, but when I turned to my right, I saw something about the average size of a 4 door sedan speeding
across the sky (moving from the right side of the sky to the left).
It didn't glow, and it had no flashing lights.
It made no sound whatsoever.
It wasn't metallic looking.
It looked like it had a matte-grey hue to it.
The shape of the object resembled that of an egg.
The flight pattern was very irregular. It changed it's direction and speed at an alarmingly fast rate.
At first it was traveling at an extremely fast pace in a straight line. Then it began to slow while increasing it's altitude. Just as it was coming
into the path of the moon, it curved downwards and flew beneath my line of view of the moon (which allowed me to see the top of the object as more
light reflected off it). It then slowed it's speed down, before turning 45degrees and shooting down in a straight line towards the ground at an
It was definitely too big to be a bird, and the shape of the object doesn't match up either.
The size and the speed of the object really has me stumped.
Any thoughts on what it was I may have seen? I'm not claiming "little green men", but it was certainly a flying object I cannot identify for the
life of me.