Have you ever seen a UFO?

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  1. WaffleCheese profile image44
    WaffleCheeseposted 13 years ago

    I am a firm believer that we are not alone in the universe.

    However, I have yet to see a UFO myself but believe some of the very credible evidence for them (Roswell isn't one of them for me)

    Have you ever seen a UFO?

    If so, where and what were the circumstances?

    1. TimTurner profile image70
      TimTurnerposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah, I've seen several.  Not that I thought they were spaceships but they were things in the sky I couldn't explain.  I tried with all logic though.

      And I think today they confirmed there are 400 planets outside our solar system that they have discovered so far.

      I'm sure there is life elsewhere.  I mean they think there is life on one of the moons of Jupiter or Saturn.

    2. mohitmisra profile image60
      mohitmisraposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      It was on the Pune- Mumbai highway early in the morning roughly 6 am.Somehow even though I pointed it out to my friends only I was able to see it. It was so bright and very low and then it took of at a ridiculous speed and disappeared. smile

      We are not alone this universe is fully alive .

    3. cheaptrick profile image74
      cheaptrickposted 13 years agoin reply to this

      Come on now,just consider that the closest star is a minimum of 4 light years away.I'm not saying there's no other life,but if a civilization has the technology to cross a trillion to the third power distance I'm pretty sure they have moved beyond physical space craft as well.The signs of possible life in our system have been itsy bitsy kinda microbial thingies and to my knowledge do not drive space ships...What the hell is this world coming to

      1. Pr0metheus profile image56
        Pr0metheusposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        First of all, do you not know what UFO stands for?

        Second of all, if they did have the capacity to travel faster than the speed of light, why would that excuse them from having a physical craft?

        1. Deborah-Lynn profile image61
          Deborah-Lynnposted 13 years agoin reply to this

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        2. cheaptrick profile image74
          cheaptrickposted 13 years agoin reply to this

          I quite understand what UFO stands for but you have narrowed it to alien space craft.I suggest you look into the physics of cosmology,specifically imaginary spacial physics because that is the ground you tread on.i would attempt to explain but the level of your intelligence indicated by your use of sarcasm precludes that....

  2. Jeffrey Neal profile image72
    Jeffrey Nealposted 13 years ago

    Several years ago I was with a girl I used to date.  We would go park and hang out in an empty (at night) business district in the smallish town we're from.

    We were sitting on the hood of the car and noticed a line of 5 or 6 lights moving across.  They were following one another and were mostly straight, but curved back and forth a couple of times.  They didn't change speed or general direction, but just moved across the sky until out of sight.

    Not sure what it was, but it didn't resemble any airplane I've ever seen.  It was a UFO at least to us since we don't know what it was.  Alien?  Maybe.  Gov't drone? Possibly.

  3. manlypoetryman profile image78
    manlypoetrymanposted 13 years ago

    Wow, WC...great topic...wish I'd of thought of it!

    Here's my tale: We were on a family vacation back from the great state of Washington. We were setting up our big family tent at a KOA camground in Salt Lake City...in the middle of the afternoon. Suddenly, everyone at the KOA campground started pointing up in the sky. There...going all the way across the sky...(had to be a good pace) was a very long cigar-shape thing...it was so cool. It disappeared over the horizon in no time. My Mom had enough presence of mind...while everyone was still gawking at the sky and the phenomenom...to flip around on the radio...until she heard someone talking about it. The radio announcement we heard next went like this : "From the Eastern Seaboard and into Canada...a report has come in that a strange cigar-shaped UFO has been sighted. The US Navy and USSR are claiming that they have no knowledge of what it could be...or any known launches that it could be related to..."

    We listened to the radio that evening and the next couple of days...that was the last it was mentioned...HHHMMM? Sounding very Roswell, New Mexico-ish? Roll the clock forward many years into my early twenties...I was only a kid at the time of the UFO sighting. I'm reading this (Camper) kid's comic book (at a Camp I worked at..hence: Camper) on True UFO sightings...and saw the July 1973 UFO sighting in Utah of a cigar-shaped UFO featured in one of the comic book drawings...WOW! I have researched it on the internet about two years ago...and didn't find a thing??? Weirdness...but I know what I saw...and "No" they didn't take me up in Space and do any kind of weird experiments...at least not on that visit lol !

  4. profile image0
    zampanoposted 13 years ago

    Every time I go to religious forums

  5. profile image0
    ralwusposted 13 years ago

    I have seen strange things in the sky, day and night. With the naked eye and with 12x12 binocs

  6. Pr0metheus profile image56
    Pr0metheusposted 13 years ago

    Yes... I should write a hub on it.

    Once looking over LA from atop a mansion on the cliff sides of Playa Del Rey.  The second time, looking east from a skyscraper in LA.

    The first one was a translucent looking oval shaped object that drifted slowly up and west from a building in the city.  It was there for about 15 seconds, then disappeared completely.  I was with one of my best friends at the time, who saw the exact same thing (in fact he pointed it out to me).

    The second time I saw one I was with 2 friends.  We saw a long rod looking object, with many smaller dots coming out of it.  It must have been huge because it looked like it was over 10 miles away.  Small dot shaped objects were appearing, zooming off, and disappearing.  After about 20 minutes of watching this thing it just disappeared.  We looked at it with binoculars, and couldn't identify it as anything we knew.

    Strange stuff!

    1. Ms Chievous profile image67
      Ms Chievousposted 13 years ago

      I once saw a light, just a spec of light  move erratic across the night sky.  Not up and down.. like a zig zaggy line.  i have looked for it ever since and haven't found it again....

    2. Ivorwen profile image66
      Ivorwenposted 13 years ago

      I have seen several.

      The one that stands out most clearly in my mind appeared on evening about sundown.  My brother and I were waiting for a star to wish on when we saw a small light in the east.  It moved toward us at a steady pace until it was right overhead, where it stopped.  We watched it for the next hour or so as the stars came out.  All of a sudden it began moving very quickly and circled around the farm stead three times, then shot off to the north.

    3. Valerie F profile image61
      Valerie Fposted 13 years ago

      I once briefly saw a UFO. Then I had to ruin the experience by identifying it. big_smile

      Seriously, it was simply a fighter jet taking off. I was confused for a moment as to what it was because I hadn't seen it from that exact angle before.

    4. WaffleCheese profile image44
      WaffleCheeseposted 13 years ago

      Yeah, I thought I saw a UFO, U saw 3 lights go behind a mountain, but it was too foggy to conjure up some suspicion.

      I want to see a cigar, saucer, or something else. Not just lights. Then I can convince myself that I have seen one.

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      Ghost32posted 13 years ago

      Just one so far.  Summer (August) of 1967, west of Great Falls, Montana.  Heard about it over local radio; dj said the next guy who called him saying that was swamp gas was gonna get punched!

      Neighbors gathered, a dozen or more of us in our group, front lawn get-together.  The UFO appeared large and circular, brightly white-light lit in general but with a dozen pulsing red lights spaced around the surface.  By the use of a small 25 power telescope somebody brought out (we took turns) you could see a what appeared as a tiny black dot circling just inside the outer edge of the thing.

      Beyond that, it would hang around one spot for long minutes, then suddenly zip from "here" to "there".  Not quite instantaneously, but sure 'nuff faster than anything yet known to mankind in general.  Could get from one horizon to the other (as we saw it) in two or three seconds at most.

      Sketched it, carried the notepad with me for decades, finally lost it.

      1. WaffleCheese profile image44
        WaffleCheeseposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Wow, this one intrigues me.

        Is there anyway you could reproduce the sketch roughly?
        I'd love to see it!

    6. profile image0
      LEWJposted 13 years ago

      Have I ever seen a UFO?   No, but a lot of 'em sure have seen me....

    7. profile image0
      LEWJposted 13 years ago

      Have I ever seen a UFO?    Hell naw.   What the hell is that?

    8. Dame Scribe profile image58
      Dame Scribeposted 13 years ago

      My boys and their friends usually see strange lights flying faster or strangely than the usual airplanes. I don't think we are alone either big_smile

    9. dohn121 profile image80
      dohn121posted 13 years ago

      I'm looking at one right now yikes

    10. WaffleCheese profile image44
      WaffleCheeseposted 13 years ago

      Even if they didn't travel the speed of light they could still manipulate space time itself. Quantum physics is just now coming out with some really, really interesting things that allows traveling such distances easier.

      I'm not going to say I wrote a hub about it, but I might have. I'm sure if you perused through some of the things I wrote, I think you might stumble across something.... Just saying.

    11. WaffleCheese profile image44
      WaffleCheeseposted 13 years ago

      And I just read that hub.. haha, now I'm hungry!

      1. Deborah-Lynn profile image61
        Deborah-Lynnposted 13 years agoin reply to this

        Maybe you could post the receipe for your favorite sandwich, I want to give it a try?

    12. Pearldiver profile image69
      Pearldiverposted 13 years ago

      Did you not notice the UFO in one of the forums last week? hmm
      It took ages to get rid of it.

      There was a strange noise like a stampeeding moose and then....
      an Unidentified Fecal Odor filled the room lol

      I am at a loss to explain who exactly was responsible yikes

      1. WaffleCheese profile image44
        WaffleCheeseposted 13 years ago

        No joke, I love the Elvis sandwich. Toasted Bread, peanut butter and bananas.


      2. soni2006 profile image73
        soni2006posted 13 years ago

        Yes I have seen one when I was sleeping yesterday, it landed in front of our apartment...

      3. WaffleCheese profile image44
        WaffleCheeseposted 13 years ago

        Looking forward to seeing the 4th kind tomorrow!

        I'm actually a believer that we are not a lone in the universe, but, sadly, have never seen a UFO.

        Maybe one day when I visit Rachel, Nevada.


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