It was a metallic silver coloured sphere with no markings or windows. It didn't look particularly big but it was difficult to judge because there wasn't anything else in the sky apart from clouds. The clouds were moving but the sphere was not, it was completely still during the 4 or 5 minutes I was watching it . I asked the person I was with what he thought it was, we wondered if it was some kind of weather balloon but it had no attachments and it wasn't moving. Then it moved away, disappearing almost instantaneously. There was no sound whatsoever. It was a number of years ago now and it is the only unexplainable object I have ever seen in the sky.
I didn't take any photos - I didn't have a camera with me - nobody would believe them anyway - that's the problem, most of them are hoaxes - strangely enough, I Googled UFOs last night and the first video I watched on youtube looked exactly like what I saw and even I think it was probably a hoax. I'm not trying to convince anyone, all I'm doing is reporting what I saw. I doubt whether I'll ever see anything like it again. If I hadn't seen it my views would be very different and I would be entirely sceptical. I suppose it boils down to - "I've never seen one so they don't exist" - "I've seen something that might have been one so perhaps they do exist."
Well, there was this Alien who came from Australia (so he said), beamed me up to the sky and fired me. He took me to the other side of the universe and made me do some things to him that I can not mention for fear of being booted from hubpages. However, the taught me some stuff that was not of this earth, gave me the biggest (O)(O) imaginable - now I am a multi millionaire on the cover of hubpages. It isnt too great being a center fold, however, cos this alien comes back for seconds and I just cant keep up.
I have seen many things flying in the sky that I could not Identify, but I don't believe I have ever seen a spaceship from another world before.
I have a funny story about aliens though. When I was first married my now-X and I moved to the U.S. and her being a foreign national, got her green card. I am the oldest of six, the youngest is 16-17 years my junior. When the X and I got here he was 7 or 8 probably. She sat next to him on the couch and pulled out her 'alien' registration card, to show Mom her picture on it. My little brother's eyes popped out of his head, and he was instantly in a panic, he looked at Mom and she said (without missing a beat) "Not that kind of Alien son"... I wonder if my X is related to your pluto alien...
I didn't know your narrow mind could comprehend the possibility of life elsewhere; good job! A person would have to be arrogant, ignorant or adhered to their "bible" to think otherwise, and to not realize there is life on other planets. Duh!
"I didn't know your narrow mind could comprehend the possibility of life elsewhere; good job! A person would have to be arrogant, ignorant or adhered to their "bible" to think otherwise, and to not realize there is life on other planets. Duh!"
I'm pretty sure you don't even understand what you just said.
I don't know. Twice in my life I've seen things that might've been U.F.O.s, but truly I have no hard evidence that they were. The first time was when I was seventeen. A friend and I were walking on a new bridge as it stretched over the Colorado River in the late hours of evening. My friend exclaimed, "What the he.l is that?" I looked into the night sky and numerous multicolored, globules I guess would be the best word for them, streaked across the sky. They were fairly close, definitely less than two miles away (we were in a small town in a small valley). The next day the story, and photos of the objects were all over the front pages of the local newspaper. The next time I saw something in the sky that I couldn't immediately understand was in southern Colorado, outside of Alamosa. The sky was blue and cloudless. It was around 10 a.m. I saw sunlight glinting off of metal in the eastern sky, and the next thing I knew the object was on the other side of the horizon. If you'e ever been in southern Colorado (eastern and central) you know the size of the visible sky there. It was odd, and to this day I have no idea what either experience entailed; merely the curiosity that rose within me because of them.
My sister and I both saw a trapezoidal, metalic flying craft from a distance of roughly 400 yards over a span of about 7 minutes, drifting at a semi-hover over our rangeland back yard. I was 13 and she was 15 (give or take a year). It dissapeared behind a hill and did not come out the other side in a trajectory that I would have expected had it continued on the line it traveled or speed it had prior to moving behind the hill. I cannot say that it was aliens because I have no way of knowing what it was. I have not, to this day, ever seen any flying object even remotely similar in any way.
I like to spend a lot of time outside at night in the summer watching the sky (small town, great star show). I see a lot of stuff that is not identifiable to me. But I don't take that to believe it is alien craft I see. Who knows what humans have sent into space?
Travelling on the main highway north today at least 10,000 people had to swerve to avoid a UFO that had landed on the highway, just after what a witness said had appeared to be a group of travelling circus trucks.
Apparently it is quite a common occurance.... a news crew later referred to the UFO as 'Unidentified Fecal Overflow!'
Damn those Elephants.... everyone had to wash their vehicles
Sab Oh - You remind me of a dog that used to frequent HP. Has Lassie come home?
@ Maxvon, if you discount everytime I see a cat, which are surely not of this world, I saw something a good few years ago. Not sure what it was but I was lucid, wide awake, the skies were blue etc etc. Very strange. Was it alien? No idea, I just know I never saw the like of it before. And I wasn't frightened, more open mouthed.
A dear friend of mine was an Air Force Fighter Pilot and then a Captain of a major airline that flew 737's all over the country for many years.
One night while he was flying a 737 along the East Coast he saw lights off to his left that hovered there for over 30 minutes. Everyone else on the plane, passengers and crew and the air traffic guys saw it as well on radar. They were acting in ways that Bill knew a typical plane could not. Then they did a wild maneuver and left.
My late husbands' father was a pilot in the RAF in the 50's and reported seeing a UFO. It was dimissed as a FOO fighter - an halucination which was weired because he wasn't flying at altitude and didn't need oxygen. after that, he didn't report stuff because it would have looked bad on his record. He believed in UF's after that too.
Living far from the big city lights and being a stargazer to boot, I've observed many flying objects which seemed to defy the capabilities of our modern aircraft. Some of these sightings were many years ago. These flying objects would move in such a manner that human beings would not have been able to withstand the g-forces caused by the erratic movement and extremely sharp turns.
Try flying in a fully aerobatic airplane to experience g-forces and you will understand the difficulty of faking these objects.
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