A friend and myself were walking thru a large open field in the park when we felt some sort of presence. we looked up and could make out a very large elongated diamond shaped outline in the night sky. it appeared to be translucent being we could see obscured stars thru it. the shape was moving very slowly and had no sound. at that point we started running towards are homes thru the woods and upon exiting the woods a police stopped and 2 officers starting running into the woods. we asked them if they saw it and the officers replied yes. i’m a little hazy on the year but i believe it was around 1975 and the police had gave a statement to the star ledger news paper. i have done a search on line for the article but have been unable to find it. a few years ago i was listening to the riley martin radio show and a man from galveston texas called in and described exactly the same object i witnessed over the gulf of mexico.. it gave me goose bumps that he saw the same object almost 40 years later. i hope this helps with your research
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I was in a friend’s backyard having a cigarette looking up at the sky, watching planes fly by. i saw what i thought was a very reflective helicopter and began watching it out of curiosity. it made no noise, and had a somewhat wobbly flight path at a fairly (but not completely) constant slow to medium speed, moving unlike what a helicopter is capable of. i saw it at a low angle coming from behind the house blocking the sky (perspective) looking north towards gowanus and park slope from my location in kensington. it began in the north sky and moved west, then northwest, away from me. i clearly observed a large metallic reflective silver disc with moving/pulsating golden lights. the most prominent light was circling the disc as it was moving from the top to the bottom and back again like a helix, making me think the object may be spherical, even though the structure was clearly a disc. this main light appeared to move from above the structure to below the structure, with an observable air gap between said light and structure when it reached its apex. other lights observed on the object seemed as if reflections of sunlight upon a moving sphere, moving flashes, which were golden yellow in color. by the time i was certain this was not a helicopter, plane, or other known aircraft, and overcame my sense of absolute wonder, i called out to the person nearest to me, but it was flying lower in the sky, and was blocked by a fence on the north side of the backyard which said person was leaning up against and they did not observe it. the sighting lasted approximately 15-30 seconds and i did not have time to take a photo or video with my phone. approximate flight path was heading north-northwest over west brooklyn, passing over prospect park, gowanus, park slope, and red hook.
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Took photo of proposed afternoon walk from my garden. then when up there got my daughter to take a pic of us from her i phone. it didn’t come out you couldn’t see us. i scoffed and said my pic you could definitely see walkers if you zoomed in. that’s when i noticed the ufo in the picture.
Finish yard work,just enjoying a cloudless sky,did not know as it was low enough i could have heard an engine, bright silver object, cylinder in shape no lights, moving east at slow speed, stopped, went straight south for 30 seconds and then dispersed,i first thought it was a small plane but after watching flight paths of jetliners and local aircraft thought it was way to low and odd movements and disappearance made me wonder what it was.
I was coming to work, i was heading south pulled up to stop light about a mile in from of me saw something really huge moving across the sky at a very high rate of speed, was real low for a second i though maybe a 747 was going to try to land on m59 which was about 3 miles ahead of me, upon pulling into work sever minutes later i saw abject again across from work around half mile in open field totally disappeared behind tree line for 2 minutes or so, shot off into the sky, this was not something we made, no way!
I observed a light in the sky last night in the 8 o’clock hour. it ascended basically straight up, then changed direction and took a horizontal path from se to nw. i alerted my neighbors and from about the one minute mark it was seen by 6 of us. definitely not a plane or helicopter or ball lightning or swamp gas. very interesting. it was slightly bigger and more luminous than the stars, but not by much. when it took the horizontal path it held a steady course but it was not on exactly a strange line. it swerved and jumped around slightly. don’t know what the heck it was. again, observed by i think 6 people. no photos, it would have just looked like a star anyway. everybody who saw it was pretty amazed, the consensus was we all agree it was a ufo, at least in the pure sense of it was a flying object that no one could identify. who knows. it was certainly interesting and exciting.
At least that’s what his note said before he was never seen again.
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I was outside smoking a cigarette, talking with a friend on the phone. i usually look up at the stars at night while smoking. i noticed it by chance. at first, i thought i was looking at a tiny sliver of a crescent moon, half of it being obscured by partial cloud cover. but as i looked more closely, it grew into a triangle-ish shape, the “bottom”of the light widened while also shimmering in a waterfall-esque way, while the “top” remained a single point. it looked like it could have been an explosion in outer space. i don’t think it was a craft although i wouldn’t rule it out. i heard no sound. the light remained stationary as it changed shape, until i looked away momentariliy to dispose of my cigarette in an ashtray and it just was just gone by the time i’d finished putting my cigarette out. i didn’t see it disappear. it just was there until it wasn’t. very weird. upon further reflection i decided that what i saw couldn’t have been the moon behind moving clouds, because i know from experience that at that particular time of night during the fall, the moon would be further east in the sky. i couldn’t see the moon anywhere in the sky. i only saw the weird light, and stars. it’s worth noting that the place where the moon would have been at that time of night was entirely obscured by clouds, different than the ones obstructing the western part of the sky, where i saw the light(s?). i’ve never seen a ufo in my entire 22 years of life and right now i’m starting to question my sanity.