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|National UFO Reporting Center Sighting Report|
|Occurred : 2/10/2005 23:10 (Entered as : 02/10/2005 23:10)
Reported: 2/12/2005 7:22:37 PM 19:22
Location: Baltimore, MD
Characteristics: There were lights on the object, There were aircraft in the vicinity or aircraft chasing the object
|Three Cruise ship-shaped objects viewed on descent to BWI airport, Baltimore Maryland
While approaching BWI airport on flight 1515 Southwest Airlines I observed three objects, approximately 10 degrees above the skyline. Two were parallel to each other, and the third was just a little below the two. They were shaped similarly to vacation cruise ships, albeit much longer and more slender, and because of the perspective, must have in actuality been a lot larger, certainly much larger than the plane I was in. Many other passengers were looking out the window, presumably at the objects, because on most flights I take, I don't see many people watching out the window during the landing. No one commented on the objects.
At the time I thought I must have been seeing some weird reflection, or some lit up building that was resting on a low mountain or hill but they really were too solid and distinct to have been some oddity of the light, and the Baltimore/D.C. area doesn't have mountains to say the least. They were subtlely lit.
My mind totally tried to rationalize what I saw, because they weren't like any common aircraft at all. When I first glanced at them I thought they were other planes coming in to land, but I soon realized that they were too long and far too large, only their distance made them seem momentarily comparable in size to our aircraft.
Only upon seeing an image of a reported UFO seen around 3am over Washington, D.C. on the Coast to Coast am site did I decide to make this report. The objects I saw were very similar to that image, although I saw three of them and from further away. So they looked more like huge, long cruise ships, and less like the lighted cigar-shaped object pictured on the main page of the website. www.coasttocoastam.com