A Distant Close Encounter
Hi everyone, I believe in UFO's, and have always looked to the sky, and
have watched every show that has anything to do with the universe,
aliens, UFO's, and other fun shows like that. I was stationed in
Anchorage, Alaska from 1973/75, it was a beautiful summer day in July
75, the sun during that time stays up 24 hours a day, and was sitting
just above the mountain as it circles around the horizon. I was a heavy
truck driver, driving a 45 passenger bus for the children on post
(lifer brats), and had just made my first stop, when I saw something zip
in from out of no where, coming in from the right hand side, incredibly
fast, then slowing almost instantly to a leisure pace.
The craft slowly moved along like a small plane, the parents (officers wife's, officer's, and enlisted wife's) were waiting for their children to get off the bus, and noticed that I was not greeting them, and that the kids were glued to their seats with eyes wide open, that is when the parents saw what we were watching. The craft slowly moved above the mountain range that surrounds half of the base, flying toward the sun, that was also just above the mountain range (where it stays all summer).
The craft was silver/metallic,
the bottom, with a right angle side, and a dome top, as it moved toward
the sun it reflected sun with a bright silver color, all of a sudden the
craft started slowly turning up on it's side, until it was showing that
it was completely round. The bottom of the craft did not shine in the
bright sunshine, which was strange, then it suddenly dipped down, and
zipped out the in the same place it entered the atmosphere, at a rate of
speed that would have killed any human (you know, scraping them off the
wall from the course change & speed).
The craft was so fast when it left, you would not have the time to snap your finger, the people, the kids, and the people waiting for the bus to move were in a daze (including me). There was no sound from the craft, no sonic boom, nothing, and there was no sound from the people, not from the kids, no one said a word, we just looked at each other. The kids got off the bus without saying a word, I mean no one said anything (you know like wow, or did you see that, or can you believe what just happened) nothing at all. That was the quietest bus run I had with those brats, they just sit there in their seats, quiet, got off at their stop without saying hi, by, or anything.
The Actual Craft Sighting
We Are Not Alone
I did not tell anyone about the event until I was out of the service, and then only told my family and closest friends, who looked at me like I was out of my mind, but they could tell that I was not lying to them. So remember to look to the skies, and know We Are Not Alone. All of the photos except for the Actual Craft Sighting are from the Internet, and are used for information purposes only.
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