Eagle Point and White City, Oregon-3-20-2007 about 11 AM.
With my eyes it was first seen as a small, shiny, white dot. I got my camera out and tried to zoom in and couldn’t find it.
Then I saw the shining again and zoomed in and started recording, and it was dark again and then shiny again, and then dark again, before it was blocked by a tree and I couldn’t find it again, about 16 seconds of video.
It was just above the mountains and when I was recording it, it seemed to be moving south. When I watched it on the TV and on computer it appeared to stay in the same place above the same cloud feature. We were on Modoc Rd. headed towards Medford, Oregon, and it was east of us towards Eagle Point or White City.
I thought maybe it would turn out to be a plane when I watched it on the TV screen, but I still couldn’t tell what it was exactly.
The truck was bouncing me around and it was hard to keep it on the object and we couldn’t pull over because we were working. My husband was with me but he was driving and couldn’t see it.
There were no airplanes or helicopters in the area. It was a cloudy day, but no rain. There were no electromagnetic effects, missing time, or smells associated with the sighting.
On May 26, 1987, commercial airline pilot Randy Etting took a nighttime walk near his home in Newtown, Connecticut. He often studied the skies when he walked, trying to identify passing planes. At around 9:45, he observed some orange and red lights approaching from the west. He got his binoculars and called his neighbors to come outside. Etting said that as the UFO passed over Interstate 84, cars pulled over to watch. And indeed, between 9:30 and 10:15 P.M., more than 200 people phoned police to report a UFO. The object displayed a semicircular pattern of very bright multicolored lights. Several drivers reported that their cars had lost power as the lights passed by. About 15 minutes later, calls started coming in from New Milford, about 14 miles north, alerting authorities that the lights — reported by many to be connected to an object “larger than a football field” — were hovering there. The lights eventually vanished, but the mystery remains.
UFO sightings are being investigated by the Ministry of Defence.
Two experienced airline pilots on separate flights saw something
up to a mile wide off the coast of Alderney on Monday afternoon.
Surprisingly, Jersey radar equipment did not pick up the object,
although an air traffic controller said he had received
simultaneous reports from the Aurigny and Blue Islands pilots.
Aurigny’s Captain Ray Bowyer, 50, said he saw the strange object
during a flight from Southampton.
He spotted a bright-yellow light 10 miles west of Alderney while
his plane was about 30 miles from the island and at 4,000ft.
“It was a very sharp, thin yellow object with a green area. It
was 2,000ft up and stationary,” he said.
“I thought it was about 10 miles away, although I later realised
it was approximately 40 miles from us. At first, I thought it
was the size of a 737.”
A 737 is slightly smaller than a jumbo jet.
“But it must have been much bigger because of how far away it
was. It could have been as much as a mile wide.”
As he continued his approach to Alderney, Capt. Bowyer saw a
second identical object further to the west.
“It was exactly the same but looked smaller because it was
further away. It was closer to Guernsey.”
The sightings come days after reports that scientists have
discovered outside our solar system an Earth-like planet capable
of supporting extraterrestrial life.
“I can’t explain it. At first, I thought it might have been a
reflection from a vinery in Guernsey, but that would have
disappeared quickly. This was clearly visual for about nine
The sightings happened at about 3pm. Capt. Bowyer, who has flown
commercial planes for about 20 years, said he had described the
objects to air traffic control and filled in an incident report.
“As I got closer to it, it became clear to me that it was
tangible. I was in two minds about going towards it to have a
closer look but decided against it because of the size of it. I
had to think of the safety of the passengers first.”
He added that the experience had been quite scary.
“I”m certainly not saying that it was something of another
world. All I”m saying is that I have never seen anything like it
before in all my years of flying.”
Paul Kelly, 31, the air traffic controller who was on duty, said
the Blue Islands pilot had made a similar report, but nothing
had appeared on his radar.
“The pilot from Blue Islands was en route to Jersey at the same
time and as he went past Sark he described an object behind him
to his left,” he said.
“The description was very similar to Captain Bowyer’s and they
described it as being in exactly the same place. But they were
looking at it from opposite sides.”
The pilot told him the object had been 1,500ft beneath his
The Blue Islands plane was at 3,500ft at the time so, again,
both pilots placed it at the same altitude.
“If the object was stationary, our equipment would not have picked it up because the radar would have screened it out.” NOTE: The above image is CGI.