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posted on Jan, 4 2017 @ 10:44 AM
I know some of us are not as lucky as others. Some may think spotting a UfO is a once in a lifetime event. For me, it has not been. I don't feel like I've been "chosen", nothing all hippy dippy like that, I just look up alot. You should start looking up more often too.

The ones I've seen have pretty much have all looked different, except for the white orbs I've seen dodge in and out of clouds, and I see those ones most often. ,

I smoke cigarettes, so I'm outside alot. So to pass the time I look at the sky. That's when I mostly see the little white orbs.

My wife has seen them with me. But the white orbs are nothing compared to two other events that have happened.

The first absolutely crazy sighting was about 4 years ago. We were traveling from Arizona to Albuquerque, NM. It was in December. We were traveling on I-40 eastbound. As we were nearing Albuquerque, we were about a mile away from the RT 66 casino, and about two miles out there was a bright light that was just floating in the sky. It was super bright. So it was noticeably bright in the sky. My wife and I were looking at it, and like in a second or two, the light zoomed towards us then just hovered over our car. I'm driving trying to figure out how this helicopter got over the highway so damn fast. That's all I could think "helicopter".

But it was a triangle, had blue and red lights in the corners but a huge light in the center. It was so damn bright but didn't hurt your eyes like the sun does.

Still, in my mind, I just couldn't "get it", I'm still like "WTF"?

The way I kinda snapped out of my disbelief, my wife tells out "That's a triangle!"

I'm like "holy F$#@! That's a F@&$ing triangle!"

Then zip! It was gone.

We got to Albuquerque all right. But we were totally freaked out.

I have one more UFO story that me and wifey saw. If you would like to hear it too. Also, one where we ran over some kind of creature with my car in AZ.

But just look up more often. Just watch the sky. You will see.
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posted on Jan, 4 2017 @ 10:53 AM
a reply to: galaga

I agree, i have seen three, with other people, (many others too, when alone), but these are the ones with multiple observers-

One "i want to believe" disc ufo, from too close.
One round mist orb, flying very low altitude, hard to explain or describe,

And one amazingly fast zig-zagger, the size of your regular star.

posted on Jan, 4 2017 @ 10:58 AM
I have seen 6 boomerang shaped craft over Kansas city. Far to high to be plane's, and had no fuselage. And as high up as they were, they had to be far larger than any plane I know of, for me to be able to see them so well. It looked as if they were spiraling out of our atmosphere into space above. The only reason I seen them was because they were leaving a dark spot in the blue sky as they passed into space.

I've also seen orb's, and low flying, very fast, orb's. As well as shooting star like vehicles that changed directions.

posted on Jan, 4 2017 @ 11:18 AM
a reply to: galaga

Also, one where we ran over some kind of creature with my car in AZ.

I'd like to hear more about that please.

I too am a smoker, just not of cigarettes so I pass the time outside looking at the stars. I'm always hoping to see something "unidentified" but I live in Washington state not near any hotspots so so far, nothing.

posted on Jan, 4 2017 @ 12:27 PM
Here's a copy of my first post on the website. It bears some resemblance to solve's sighting. After some thought and discussion, I wonder if what we see as left to right movement isn't vertical due to our relative position. Anyways, here it is.

Well this is my first post, so I hope I don't step on any toes with it's placement.

To give some background, I've been lurking (especially this forum) for several years. I live on a fair sized farm in rural southwestern Ontario between Windsor and London, and we have a lot of very clear nights through out the year with very little light pollution. Coincidentally, we also lie under an air route that includes some military traffic from Selfridge in Michigan. I got into aviation as a small kid because my old man was a Nav on C-130's in the 80's and an instructor at the Nav School and on Dash-8's in the early 90's. I'm certainly no expert, but I follow what I can, and I've learned a lot from this particular forum.

I'm not sure how relevant what I saw is to the Green Lady, but some may find it interesting at least. In the fall (mid November) of 2014, I had just got home from drying corn around 12:30 am. I tend to watch the sky quite often, and especially on clear night for satellites and the like. While being nosy and watching the typical lights of the East-West bound air traffic from my tailgate, I saw what seemed to be a slow moving satellite moving from South to North very close to directly above my position. I say "slow moving" as it was roughly 3/4 of the speed a regular satellite and a slightly less luminescent gold/white, while seeming to be at an extremely high altitude. I got all excited, especially after reading some of the speculations on current tech here, and focused my full attention on this.

What made this really interesting was that this "satellite" pulled a sweeping left-right S turn, then slowed down impossibly fast to what seemed like almost a standstill. After this, the craft (I was pretty sure at this point I wasn't watching a satellite anymore) accelerated like nothing I've ever witnessed, and crossed roughly 2/3 of the visible sky in a matter of maybe 5 seconds moving straight North.

So like it said, this may not be related to anything discussed here, but hopefully someone can use the info for something productive. Whatever this was it was really boogieing, really high, and really maneuverable.

posted on Jan, 4 2017 @ 12:38 PM
a reply to: LeviB

Additional info on the zig zagger, clear night sky, really cold, we thought it was a satellite, then we noticed that it kept making the zig zag, three seconds turn, three seconds turn, accelerate, decelerate, accelerate decelerate, and so on,

it moved through the visible horizon (that was lots and lots) in maybe 15, to 25 seconds.

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