STRANGE ALIEN CRAFT ENCOUNTER IN AUSTRALIA

ARTICLE BALL LIGHT KEN PFEIFER 8-22-16
STRANGE ALIEN CRAFT ENCOUNTER IN AUSTRALIA
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JULY 2, 1998   ……………….. BRAMSTON BEACH QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA

11.45 PM…. The male witness was driving his vehicle eastwards along Bramston Beach Road at the Ellis River crossing. He observed a round bright white object low and stationary in the sky and ahead of him. The witness almost stopped and turned around being worried as to what the object was. He decided though to drive on towards Bramston Beach. The object was ahead on his right. It commenced pacing his vehicle at distance and went behind the low mountains. The witness drove on through the range and on coming out the side saw the object now behind him on the right. Light emanating from the object lit up the surrounding area. He turned his vehicle around to look at the object, then he got out of his vehicle and stood looking at the object. At this point the object began moving away from the witness in a westerly direction. It moved downward and behind a hill.  The witness described the round shaped object as clearly defined edges of white light, two protuberances like “goatees” ( cone or triangular shaped) attached at the bottom of the circle of the same colour. He described the objects size at its closest as that of a tennis ball at arms length.

.ARTICLE BRAMSTON BEACH  KEN PFEIFER  MAP 8-22-16

  Additional Information:  No air traffic movements were recorded in the area at the time, although in the nights following RAAF aircraft were operating in the area on exercise only until 1930-2000hrs. This seems to have been a previously planned exercise with the Army and Airforce, not a reaction to the presence of the object the night before. No sound was heard from the object even at its closest point to the witness. Duration of the sighting: 10 minutes.  NOTE: The above image is CGI.

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