Posts Tagged ‘Blimp’
2-15-06 MONTGOMERY ALABAMA
I was at home with my older sister, and I had just finished a report for school, when I got up to take the trash out.
When I was out II wanted to see if I could still spot the moon, because of the time, the moon was about ready to be replaced by the sun. I was in my front yard and I saw where the sun was coming from, but I thought it funny because it was still dark in front of my house, but behind my house it was a little bright because of the sun, what made me notice the object was the fact that it was brighter in the dark part of the sky.
At first glance I thought it was an airplane, but it was too early in the morning for flights, then I thought it was a blimp, but I have not seen a blimp since the early 1990s and because of the time.
The object was far away, but close enough for me to spot in the sky, at first it was just sitting there, but when I got my camera and a photo it started moving very slightly.
My first reaction to the sighting was “what the hell is that thing in the sky?!” I had called my sister outside to look at what I saw and her reaction was very much the same.
I did not lose sight of the object until the sun came up, and it seemed as though the object disappeared.
KEN PFEIFER MUFON NEW JERSEY
ALGONQUIN — My 13 year old son attended a sleepover at a friend’s home situated on the bluffs overlooking the Fox River. At 3 AM, on December 12, 2009, my son, and one of the boys were up watching movies when they glanced out the window to see a massive lighted shape slowly floating north over the Fox River. Both my son, and the other boy, reported it reappeared slowly returned and going south, until it disappeared from their view. A few minutes later it was seen heading north again. It was flying just over the trees with a bright white light in front, and some smaller white lights toward the rear. The shape was like a blimp but flared in back, like a triangle. They could hear no sound. Near each light you could see a silvery patch. They could tell the size as it blocked out the stars. It did not move quickly, just slowly, almost like a powered blimp would, but they are certain it was not a blimp. My son as an adamant non-believer in any type of phenomenon like this, and said it was the most frightening thing he ever encountered. (Depiction of triangle.) Thanks to MUFON CMS
PETERSBURG — It was 10:52 PM, on November 28, 2009, when I saw three brownish-orange circles with a dark center in a triangular formation flying above us. Three of my friends and I were lying down on a trampoline at one of the friend’s house on a moonlit night. We were all looking at the stars and then one person declares, “Oh my God!” In the sky, we see three circles brownish orange in color, flying from the north-west. They were in a triangular formation, flying equidistant from each other. In between the circles was a black area that blocked out the stars. It was also noiseless. Thanks to Peter Davenport Director http://www.ufocenter.com/
The writer also briefly discusses my MUFON field investigations
VIRGINIA BEACH – I attended a funeral service at 1801 Baltic Avenue on July 8, 2009, and used Google maps to find the facility. If you spin the Street view tool to the southeast and look over the portico you will see a possible UFO.
There is a Naval Air Station nearby that I flew out of there myself for many years. So there are many possibilities but the object does not appear to be a jet, helicopter, or even a blimp. Thanks to Bill Miller and MUFON CMS
VIRGINIA BEACH — Cameron Pack writes, “I thought you might be interested to know that a UFO club which I just founded in June of 2009, was discussed in my local newspaper, the Virginian Pilot.” The writer also briefly discusses my MUFON field investigations as well and the Virginia Beach Police Department UFO reports which I mailed to you a while back. I thought the article was a very positive take on the UFO phenomenon and its followers. I hope you enjoy reading the article at: http://hamptonroads.com/2009/07/virginia-beach-ufo-club-takes. Thanks to Cameron Pack