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The mysterious object had already disappeared into cloud by the time he got there, but a second one the same as the first travelled past soon after, and he narrowly missed capturing it with his camera.
Velvin said she could understand if people were sceptical about her sighting but declared she was "not a kook". She did not believe in aliens but was frustrated she could not explain the sighting, she said.
"I'm sure you'll get people saying it was shaped like a space ship, but I'm just determined to find someone who saw this thing, I don't know where it came from."
She said she remained open-minded.
"I don't think it's little grey men, but I've always been a believer there's something out there."
A man said he and two other people also saw something strange in the sky above the Wellington suburb of Johnsonville around 10.30pm on Christmas night.
An orange light which appeared to be about 4500 metres above ground, and two to three times more luminous than an aircraft's navigation light, had approached fast from the northwest. Then it went to the left, returned to where he had first seen it, shimmered and disappeared.
During the 15 seconds he watched it, the light moved very fast, the man, who did not want to be named, said.
The unnamed man, who said he was a pilot with about 400 hours flying time, including night flying, he had never seen anything like it before.
Originally posted by severdsoul i bet a LARGE number of these UFO sitings are from our own govt's... what better way to keep tabs on us and do some secret testing.