Thread: A sighting I can't explain?

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    • 11 years 4 months ago
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    Two weeks ago I had just got home and looked up in the sky and saw this turquoise shooting star but it disappeared.I am a UFO/alien skeptic but it was the first thing that I thought of.Maybe the "object" went into hyperspace warp?
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    I've also seen an object that moved in such a way that would be impossible with modern technology/physics.

    It hovered then took off silently faster than i've seen anything move. It was out of sight in less than a second.
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    Sounds like a genuine meteor is what you saw. If it was daytime when you saw it, you are very lucky. You were looking in the right place, at the right time.

    Back in 2006, I was on my way to work at 7 am when I looked up an saw a black spot in the sky. I thought it was a kid's lost balloon. If it was a balloon it was perfectly round and totaly black. As it got closer the black got darker. By the time it passed overhead it looked like a flat-black sphere moving in a straight NE direction. It didn't change speed, direction or altitude. And it was completely silent, no noise at all. Just a black sphere moving silently through the sky. I thought it was cool.

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    I saw one as I delivered the weekend newspapers on Saturday a month ago it was amazing but I had a big "WHAT THE FRACK IS THAT!!" moment. It was amazing and I still get chills thinking about it. It was around 5 when I saw it.
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    Quote by eddstarr88
    Sounds like a genuine meteor is what you saw. If it was daytime when you saw it, you are very lucky. You were looking in the right place, at the right time.

    Back in 2006, I was on my way to work at 7 am when I looked up an saw a black spot in the sky. I thought it was a kid's lost balloon. If it was a balloon it was perfectly round and totaly black. As it got closer the black got darker. By the time it passed overhead it looked like a flat-black sphere moving in a straight NE direction. It didn't change speed, direction or altitude. And it was completely silent, no noise at all. Just a black sphere moving silently through the sky. I thought it was cool.



    this reminds me of that brain teaser you posted back around the time you first arrived here for some reason.
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    Took a lot of searching online to find a photo that matched the UFO I saw. The photo is important because I want everyone to see how difficult it is to judge size and distance when you have no familiar references to compare by.
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    Quote by eddstarr88
    Sounds like a genuine meteor is what you saw. If it was daytime when you saw it, you are very lucky. You were looking in the right place, at the right time.

    Back in 2006, I was on my way to work at 7 am when I looked up an saw a black spot in the sky. I thought it was a kid's lost balloon. If it was a balloon it was perfectly round and totaly black. As it got closer the black got darker. By the time it passed overhead it looked like a flat-black sphere moving in a straight NE direction. It didn't change speed, direction or altitude. And it was completely silent, no noise at all. Just a black sphere moving silently through the sky. I thought it was cool.

    It was after 9pm though
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    That's cool too. UFO's at night are spectacular and more creepy.
    Wonder what the ratio is for day vs. night UFO sightings?
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