|Occurred : 1/1/2004 00:00 (Entered as : 01/01/2004 0:00)
Reported: 1/23/2008 6:36:21 PM 18:36
Location: Kenai, AK
|At first they looked like bright stars, but stars don't move, right?
One night, as my boyfriend, his friend, and I were walking around our apartment building, we stopped to look up at the stars. It was a clear winter night, and while gazing upward we spotted what at first we thought was a satellite.
It was a little brighter than the surrounding stars, and was moving at about the same speed as a satellite at first. We then noticed another, and another. Total there were at least three and possibly as many as six.
For about 15-30 minutes we watched as these lights came together in a group, lined up beside each other, branched from one another and then came together again. (I’ve forgotten the exact sequence in which this happened.) At one point three of the lights aligned in triangle formation, and moved around as a group. They took turns branching off from the triangle and then coming back.
They all moved in straight lines, there didn’t seem to be much, if any, curve to their movement.
When the disappeared, it was fast, and almost like they were being sucked back into the black of the sky. It reminded us of “warp speed” from Star Trek.
The three of us all saw the same thing, and being the open minded people we are, didn’t take long to come to the conclusion that whatever we saw were some sort of space crafts, possessing technology way beyond human capability.
((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the event is approximate. PD))