|Occurred : 11/7/2015 19:01 (Entered as : 11/07/2015 19:01)
Reported: 11/7/2015 9:04:19 PM 21:04
Location: Goodyear, AZ
((NUFORC Note: U. S. Navy missile launch. PD))
very difficult to describe, but basically looking at the westward skies, as I was driving, I saw what appeared to be a type of a halogen or aircraft light lite up. At first I figured it was a plane enroute for approach, especially since I am so close to an airport, but then after looking at the light for a bit, it seemed to be far too bright to be a landing light and not to mention the direction it was coming from is not a typical approach. I am a pilot and can verify this for certain. So any way, the light lit up, and although the skies were clear, a bright light enclosed by a cone shaped "canopy" was displayed. I have never seen anything like this before - it was almost beautiful. I am not conspiracy theorist, but I do have a solid scientific type of background, and can honestly say I was blown away by this since I've never seen anything like it before! the best way to describe the light would be similar to a movie of when a suspect is being in! terrogated by detectives in a smoky room with only a table lamp. The light emitting from the lamp is basically similar to what I saw on a larger scale. I was so fascinated by it, I immediately called my wife and asked her to look outside. She didn't see the lights on, however the strangest thing she did see is that the "clouds" or smoke I originally saw was somehow still radiating like a bluish color even after the light diminished for several minutes. It almost appeared as if the moon was behind the clouds, but just on a very smaller scale. Any way, I went back home and kept on looking at the sky about half an hour later to see if I would see something again, and the skies were as clear as water; no clouds smoke or anything. It was extremely strange, and I have never done anything of this nature as far as reporting it - but I couldn't help myself!!!
((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))