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Occurred : 9/25/2004 17:45 (Entered as : 09/25/2004 17:45)
Reported: 9/25/2004 7:44:03 PM 19:44
Posted: 9/29/2004
Location: Bellevue, WA
Shape: Unknown
Duration:15 MInutes
High Tech Survelliance or Millionare seen High Above Bellevue, WA

Looked up in the sky near the mall in Bellevue, WA. Facing SE at a 60 degree angle to what looked to be around 5000-10,000 feet was a little white dot in the middle of some cirrus clouds. It was out of place. I took my Canon A80 digital camera which has a 11x digital zoom and snapped some pictures at full zoom. They are blurry at best but do show the metallic coloring. I then looked at the craft with a pair of cheap binoculars I have in my car. I was able to make out 3 things. First of all the Craft consisted of three parts. The top was an indescriminate shape, neither round, nor square, but has mass like a crumpled up bunch of aluminum foil. The second part in the middle was square and segmented like 4 or 6 silver lady fingers. There then was a silver line going down a hundred feet or so, and I couldn't see what was hanging on it but it was a small white dot. It hung in the air for around 10 minutes and then when I came outside from a store 5 minutes later it was completely gone. If I had to say what it was my first impression would be a long distance travelling ballon, like the ones millionares use when they try to travel around the world. But the top of the craft had no distinctive sphere shape and was not at all like that. Perhaps it was a survelliance craft of some sort? There were some aircraft in the air, just passenger jets and they seemed below this craft, and they were very small themselves.

I am posting hyperlinks to the images I took along with a sketch. Warning, these are large files, approximately 1 meg in size!! The movie is 3.2 megs!! Please note that the sketch is what I was able to view through my binoculars.

Location Map: Individual Pictures: My sketch: Also note, these are hosted on Comcast so you might have to refresh to get them to work.