UFO Sightings: Remarkable Eyewitness Reports #06 - Oct 18, 2013



I felt a disturbance in my side. I began to think about alien related topics, such as telepathic communication with beings, possible abductions/contact in the past, etc. Against my control, I walked to a chair (one I usually don't sit in) in my living room and gazed out the back door. I noticed a bright glowing gold craft appear in the sky, shortly followed by another beside it. I ran outside to stare at them. They displayed movement and light in which I've never thought possible of any aircraft. I noticed they shut their lights off, and I turned around and noticed my parents inside my house. I went back inside to tell them the great news, but they dismissed it.

My mom then left and my step-dad went to bed. I kept staring out the back door, and I saw them again. I ran to my room to grab the dislocated scope of a gun to get a better look at them. When I went back outside, they were glowing very bright, with bursts of light. I walked out into a field to get closer. As I gazed upon the crafts, I felt an inner joy, a great bliss, in which I've never felt before. I periodically lost control of my body, and it seemed as if I offered myself to the crafts.

I don't have much memory from that, but the next thing I remember was me holding up the scope to get a glimpse of the second craft, it seemed to come closer to me. I viewed it with great detail, it looked like nothing I could even imagine. It also seemed to let out a white light, which seemed as if it was aimed in my direction. I then took the scope away and saw beings maybe 15 feet away from me. I became overwrought with fear, and I began to hyperventilate. I turned to run, but I didn't make it far. I found myself unable to control myself, and I turned around to stare at them more. It appeared as if one came towards me, and at that moment, I managed to turn and run away. I remained outside and called a close friend, emotionally breaking down. I still noticed the beings, but I looked away for a few seconds and they were gone, and I saw the crafts in the sky again. As I write this, I grow uncontrollably tired and I feel the disturbance in my side once more. Note: The above image is a rendering.



I am a physician, surgeon and scientist. My wife and I were leaving the Palace of Asia Indian restaurant in Cherry Hill at about 8 pm on 9/25/2013. When we exited the restaurant, we walked upon the parking lot and looking due south over the Cooper River and there were the UFOs in plain sight, in the center of the sky.

There were at least two other couples in the parking lot. We all observed this together and everyone saw the same thing by our comments. In the center of the sighting there was a circle formation of distinct yellow-orange "orbs", about 8 to 10 in a circle just hovering, no sound at all. These orbs seemed to be glowing. There was another hue in them, smaller, maybe like a small dot of white and a small dot of red, but overall yellow-orange. Objects were entering and also leaving this circle.

More would come from East to West in a line, traveling quite fast in an upward line at an angle of 45 degrees. These objects would join the circle, then to the right going from east to west objects would leave the circle and scatter off in the distance somewhat randomly, as they receded the objects got smaller, dimmer, then disappeared.

A commercial jet flew right past this circle and these orbs were about half the size of the jet. If you held your arm out in an extended fashion a dime in your fingertips would obscure the object. Can't estimate size because I can't estimate distance from us. When joining the circle the objects moved much faster than the jet. In the circle they hovered. Their movement was unlike any man made object that can fly that I've ever seen. They didn't move like man made objects move. They moved fast and then stopped quickly, unusual.

Surprisingly, none of the witnesses seem to be surprised or affected emotionally to any significant degree. I called the Collingswood police and reported it. They seemed to be over Collingswood, but they could have been far away and not actually over Collingswood. Note: The above image is a rendering. This case is being investigated by Ken Pfeifer of MUFON New Jersey.



Between 9:45 and 10:00 pm on Thursday Sept 20th, my uncle and I were driving my daughter to Nebraska City; we were driving southeast on Nebraska Hwy 2, a few miles outside of Palmyra. I noticed a very bright light in the sky, and I remarked how bright it was.

We came around a curve and I realized it was not moving, but hovering. I couldn’t tell how high it was, but as we passed my daughter and I both saw 3 lights underneath it; 1 light in front on the bottom, 2 on each side on the bottom. It looked like the shape of atriangle or diamond shape. I tried to get my uncle to pull over so I could take a picture of it, but he said it’s just an airplane.

I said an airplane does not set in one place hovering over a field in the dark! I noticed the next landmark I could find near it was Hwy 2 and 43 intersections. After we dropped my daughter off in Nebraska City on the way back I looked for it and it was no longer there. I know it was not a plane or helicopter.

I have no idea what it could have been. I also looked for towers; the only towers around had red flashing lights but none were near these lights. When we drove back after thinking about it, my uncle said he would slow down to see it again but as I said it was gone.

He said if it was a real UFO why weren’t there other people stopped taking pictures. I said because most people are like you; They see it and keep going thinking there’s a logical explanation, but this was very odd looking. Note: The above image is a rendering.



I have reported this once before to MUFON. Every night these objects are visible. They appear to be flashing different colors. They move up and down and I have counted as many as seven.

I live close to Austin Bergstrom Internation Airport and see many aircraft. These are not aircraft. I think satellites move across the sky. These objects maintain their position. Some are as bright as the brightest star and some are less bright, like a dimmer star.

I am not aware of any satellites that stay in one position so these are not some type of satellite; maybe a type of military craft? I have contacted a local news station and have yet to hear from them. Other folks have seen them when I point them out, and agree that the objects are flashing and moving.

My goal is to find out what they are. I would appreciate any information you can provide. It is obvious that anyone in the Austin/Bastrop area can see them, yet no one can tell me what they are. Note: The above image is a rendering.



Allison Barta of rural Cass Lake, Minn., took this photo on Sept. 2, 2013. She said the object on the top left corner is not a lens flare, and that she spotted the saucer-shaped object with the naked eye. It was in the sky, translucent, circular, disc-like and most certainly, positively and identifiably unidentifiable.

It was also an object that was flying. For the moment, we were pretty dumbfounded," she said of her and her friend, Neil Peterson. "The two of us are watching it zoom across the sky, and I'm trying to get another picture of it, but I couldn't catch it." The lone image she did capture, however, might be enough to whet the appetites of UFO enthusiasts, believers, identifiers, or whatever they prefer to be called. The object is... something.

Barta was taking pictures of pelicans outside her rural Cass Lake home in northern Minnesota on Labor Day, Sept. 2. That's when she saw the saucer, which spanned the horizon in just a few seconds at an incredible speed, she said. The pelicans are in the photo. The object is, too. "Was it a drone? Was it somebody who actually created something and they were flying it?

Was it a real UFO from another planet?" she said. "It's not an aircraft known to this planet. I don't really know what it is." Barta, a science teacher at the Bug O Nay Ge Shig school, has spent plenty of time looking at the sky.

In fact, a few years back, she spent an entire summer gazing upward, mapping stellar bodies for a program called "Star Watch." She urged her students to do the same. But in all those nights, there was never anything so obviously unidentifiable. "I'm kind of thrilled I saw it," she said. Barta is not concerned with the tinfoil-hat implications of walking around and showing off a picture of a UFO. She said the majority of people she's approached have expressed interest in viewing the photo. "The reactions are amazing," Barta said. "There's only been very few people that just walked away and don't want to see it. I'm not standing there and going 'Oh, it's aliens.'

But it's definitely not a lens flare, cause we saw it with the naked eye." Barta considers herself fairly handy with a camera, but after initially catching the object in her lens, she couldn't catch up with it again. There is only the one shot. She compared it to winning the lottery. "What are the chances of getting that picture?" she said. "You need to not be afraid to share, so I'm sharing it. We all live on this Earth and we should look out for each other." Justin Glawe reports for the Bemidji Pioneer. Note: The above image is a rendering.



While driving home about 9:15 pm on March 18th 2013, I was heading South on PCH. I stopped in turn Lane at Latigo Canyon to make left and had to wait for oncoming traffic. While I was waiting something caught my eye by the beach. I thought I saw a boat on fire. I then was able to turn. I pulled over as soon as possible and grabbed my cell, shut off car. I was going to call 9-11 to report a fire, but then realized it wasn't a boat. I then proceeded to witness these bright round orbs coming up out of water, the first two went approximately 100 feet in the air then turned and came directly over me and continued into mountains.

The remaining seven once arriving at same altitude, heading north straight up coastline. I was in such shock it didn't occur to me to start taking pictures until the first two were gone. I was quite scared. I then began trying to video tape them, but my camera kept shutting off. I have many one minute and less videos and a few still pictures.

It seemed they changed or morphed into a bigger brighter orbs while changing color.

As I was parked I started witnessing other cars pulling over and jumping out to record this event on their cell phones. The two that went over my head seemed to be round orbs with a liquid looking plasma substance that was turning within it? It's hard to explain since I have never seen anything quite like it. I admit I started to panic when I realized they were coming straight towards me. The second I realized they were not "spaceships" I felt calmer. I have no clue what these were and would love your experts to look at film.

I witnessed something that I cannot explain, and its driving me crazy. Thank you for having a place to report these sightings it took a while to find you, but I'm happy I told somebody finally. Note: The above image is a rendering.


Sept. 22: At about 11:45 p.m. in East Islip, while stopped facing south on Connetquot Avenue, a motorist and passenger observed four orange lights in the sky flying in a rectangular formation. The objects moved silently from the southwest to the northeast. The observers also report that these objects were flying well below the altitude of the usual local air traffic.

Sept. 28: At about 8 p.m. in Binghamton, a motorist noted a bright stationary object in the sky to the south, near the Pennsylvania border. At first she and her passenger thought it might be an aircraft on approach to the regional airport, but they noted that the object wasn’t moving. It just hung there in the sky until it faded about 10 minutes later.

Sept. 28: At about 9:00 p.m. in Wading River, a Long Island resident, outside for a smoke, saw what he first thought was a bright glowing fireball of a meteor approaching from the northeast. But the object stopped for 15 seconds, became smaller, less illuminated, then turned north and quickly vanished from sight. Sept. 29: At about 2:30 a.m. in Tonawanda, a resident reported seeing a huge triangular object silently pass over his house. It appeared to be twice the size of a passenger jet. The lights on its underside had an orange glow, then changed to flashing red and white, then stopped altogether. The observer further reports seeing two helicopters fly toward the object, but it quickly disappeared before they could reach it.

Sept. 29: At about 7 p.m. in Catskill, a resident caught sight of a bright light in the sky. Upon closer observation, the resident noted three lights following each other. The formation appeared to be one large bright light with a small light in front of it and a small one following it. All three lights were yellowish.

Sept. 29: At about 9:44 p.m. in Staten Island, in a clear sky, an observer reported seeing fireballs flying in formation in the eastern sky. All of the objects seemed to lose brightness, and each winked out at about the same point in the sky.

Sept. 30: At about 7 p.m. in Poughkeepsie, a resident reported seeing an aircraft being followed by an unidentified flying object; both were heading west. The UFO abruptly stopped and took off to the east at a very high rate of speed and vanished from sight.

Oct. 1: At about 7:20 p.m. in Webster, a guy and his girlfriend witnessed up to 15 orange-red balls streaking across the sky, making no sound as they traveled from the southwest to the northeast. The observers report that as the objects flew overhead, the neighborhood dogs began barking in an uncharacteristic manner. Oct. 1: At about 8:04 p.m. in Cambria, a motorist and friend returning home witnessed from the roadside six very bright reddish-orange objects in a distinctive equilateral triangle formation. The objects are reported to have descended below the tree line about a mile from the observers. After a few minutes, several of the craft rose above the tree line and headed west rapidly and then faded. Note: The above image is a rendering.

Via and thanks to:
Ken Pfeifer World UFO Photos and News


  1. The first "story" sounds like it was eritten by an eleventeen year old. The rest are kinda weak sauce accounts too.....hmm

  2. Totally agreed. NONE of these photos are even remotely compelling, and for someone who claims to be a "physician, surgeon and scientist" they can't write their way out of a wet paper bag. "The center of the sky"?? Really?? What the hell does that even mean?


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