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Have you seen this ship?

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posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 01:15 AM
Before I start bear in mind I don't have pictures, well that is to say my cell phone takes such terrible photos that I just threw them out, since after all if its dark grainy and indiscernible it must be fake right?

Approximately three or so weeks ago I was making a trip from Colorado to Minnesota. I was driving with a friend of mine to go visit some other friends. We passed through Colorado and most of Nebraska with little to no problems almost ran out of gas a few times but that was it really. At around 9:40PM - 9:45PM I happened to notice a few lights over the road ahead ( I figured it was an airplane but hey I'm always ready to get beamed up ) What had caught my attention of the Unidentified Object was how low it seemed, not only that but the fact that we weren't all that far off from Omaha and that there were several other cars around made the size in relation to the ground easier to discern, I pointed it out to my friend with I believe the phrase " Holy BLEEP dude is that a BLEEPing spaceship?" keep in mind I was excited I mean its not often you get to see something even slightly out of the ordinary much less something so extraordinary. When we finally came up on it

Let me segue for a second and explain that this whole time I stared at it until we got to it, it did not move from my my point of view, although I had several trees get in my way, I managed to keep sight of it ( although it's not like it was trying to hide ) So from when I first saw it to about 3 minutes later when we were close enough to see it in detail it stayed stationary as far as I could tell

Now back to my narrative; When we were what I would guess to be about 250 yards away from it, I noticed that it had the strangest design or shape or whatever you wanna call it. Ive honestly never heard of anyone describe an object like this before best I can think of to describe it is to take a star wars T-wing the ones that are a solid line and then fold into a cross and then take the cockpit of the millennium falcon throw in an engine from a jumbo liner jet and finish with the most flush body I have ever seen in my life.

Firstly the the top of it had a look somewhat like the engine of a jet only sleek and beautiful really, the body went lower for ( for purposes of picturing lets just say it was about 30 feet tall maybe ) about 5 feet when it sort of branched off and angled around to what I guess was a cockpit, thats where I would put it anyways.
the body then continued on for another say 3 feet or so and then bulged out on the left for about 10 feet bulging to maybe 4 feet at the maximum, finally ending in a point that looked sharp and pointy and yet at the same time almost round in a way, although I think that may have been the glare from something else (I don't know lol )

It took us all of 10 seconds to pass under it and then a minute or so for it to disappear over the horizon, We think we might have seen it again at some other point as there was a light moving in the distance that didn't seem natural I guess is the best way to put it...

Anyways I'm posting this in the hopes that maybe someone else had seen something along these lines or maybe even better has a picture of something similar...

Its the craziest thing Ive ever seen and whether you believe me or not I really don't care I'm just trying to figure out what this thing was

posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 01:40 AM
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

Originally posted by Awolscout
my cell phone takes such terrible photos that I just threw them out,

I don't know how many times that I've heard this comment. I'm sure that many here at ATS have heard similar comments. To be frank, it's an "under-standable" statement to make. After all, many of us are still rather conditioned to think that a photo is either "good" or "bad". But in this digital age, a lot of imagery can be digitally deciphered or enhanced. There are a variety of programs out that can do this. Furthermore, there are a number of people -- ATS members -- who are quite adept at analyzing such photos. In their hands, some of the worst, blurriest, obscure, darkest shots can be made clear!

Please .... in the future .... don't discard digital pics simply because you think that they don't capture an image of genuine interest (i.e., UFO, alien, bigfoot, natural or supernatural anomaly ). I would recommend posting the picture here at ATS and making the image data available for analysis upon request.

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.

posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 01:43 AM
reply to post by benevolent tyrant

I know its bad, I wish I hadn't Im working on a sketch of how it looked although I do realize that I could in effect make anything up in a sketch but I figure at least it can give an idea of what I saw...

Hindsight is 20/20 as they say and looking back now there's been other instances where I've done things along the same lines that I regret.

posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 01:47 AM
It would help if you at least drew a picture of what you saw. So far I am voting it was an engine testbed aircraft with an extra engine attached to near the cockpit. Hard to say for sure without some kind of graphic representation.

posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 02:02 AM
reply to post by Awolscout

Is there any way you can make a sketch of what you saw, scan it, and upload it to ATS? It would really help since you deleted your pictures.

Thanks for sharing regardless...

posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 12:05 AM
Yeah Ill definitely sketch it out, Ill try and put it up tomorrow night after work since I'm gonna have to unpack my scanner to do it, I think that it was just a test plane or some sort of test craft but I'm not sure it was the way that it hovered completely silent that made me even think of it as being anything out of the ordinary

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