NUFORC UFO Sighting 27685

Occurred: 2003-02-08 06:35 Local
Reported: 2003-02-13 21:01 Pacific
Duration: 15 minutes
No of observers: 0

Location: San Diego, CA, USA

Shape: Disk
Characteristics: Lights on object, Aircraft nearby

I saw a stationary light fade in and out for fifteen minutes and could see with binoculars this was a large craft with bright lights.

I notice large, bright light in same spot fading on and fading out. I brought out my binoculars, which is 12 X 50W Minolta. I could distinct see a walnut shape craft with extremely bright lights. There was a black comb-like shape with very bright halogen-type brightness between the black frame. Above and below the elongated lights was a much smaller set of lights without the black frame. At one point I gave a hand-signal to the craft when the lights faded and it immediately came on again. I distinctly felt this craft was extraterrestrial and watching me.

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The sighting lasted about fifteen minutes.

On Sunday I went mountain climbing and happened to see a jet's contrail high up in the sky and decided to take a photo of it. When I got home and put the digital photo clip in my computer, the image of the contrail included an almost invisible roundish shape in the photo. My digital camera takes flawless images and I've never had a camera flaw from any photo I've taken. I've read that ET craft such as from the Pleidian craft ("And yet... they fly!" by Guido Moosbrugger) have the ability to make themselves appear almost invisible, such as the image I have.

I reported this initially to the FAA and they referred me to NIDS. The contact their, Roger, told me the image I have is probably a 'camera flurry.' I am not convinced of that knowing my camera's extreme accuracy. I would be glad to e-mail you a copy of the image I took on Sunday, February 9th.\



NUFORC Note:

We will request copies of the alleged photos. PD


Posted 2003-03-11

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