UFOs

UFO stuff

Unidentified – no one knows what it was

Flying  – well, certainly up in the air

Object 

Reports continue to trickle in about something in the sky around Granville a few weeks ago. Whatever it was, and I really haven’t had any frothing-at-the-mouth kooks come out, several people report seeing a remarkably similar thing. These folks mostly do not know each other and have approached me in an off-the-record sort of way.

The reports, not all from the same people of the same circle of friends, are interesting in that they are quite similar describing the object and its location.

Pretty cool.

No one has said ‘little green men’ and most people reporting the object stress that they don’t know what it was and how it did not behave like a typicall aircraft of any kind.

No engine noise or contrail, just kind of hanging in the air. Any paraglider pilots in the area?

I have two reports of a different type of objet, reported to have been lit up yellow and red appearing after dark as the light went out of the sky. Also seen from a different place in the town.

I’m thinking weather phenomenon; cold reflecting the setting sun? But it was seen by one witness more than once. That would be a pretty tenacious cloud.

Any and all reports of something like that are welcome. AND, don’t forget your cameras. A bad picture of a UFO is better than none at all.

And remember, keep watching the stars (as the movie line goes).

 

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