Recent Sighting

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2005-07-27 21:50:48

New Hampshire UFO Mother ship EXETER — An Instructor Flight Engineer on the P3 Orion and EP-3 Reconnaissance aircraft with 10,000 hours of flight time called Peter Davenport to report, “An enormous silver cigar shaped object in the sky at about a 40 degree angle above the horizon about 3:15 PM, on July 20, 2005. There were very few clouds in the sky and it was about 90% clear blue sky that day with excellent visibility. He was shocked to see a very large cigar-shaped object hovering almost motionless, back-dropped by clear, blue sky in partly cloudy conditions with west wind at 9 mph. The witness states, “I am a retired Navy Chief with twenty-two years of service. I also worked for Boeing in Everett, Washington as a Quality Assurance Manager leading a team of 65 people in the Systems Installation Division on the Boeing 777 Production Line. I’ve flown over the entire globe and never have I ever seen anything like this cylinder. This object was about twice the size of a modern day US Navy Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier flying without sound. I thought it was between 2500 and 3500 feet in altitude because the clouds were at 5000 feet. There was also a row of large windows evenly spaced around the entire perimeter of the object a little bit higher than center on the object. The object was moving from the west directly toward me heading in an easterly direction and moving very slowly at less than 100 knots. There was this strange looking cloud of orange/red flames that started growing and billowing underneath the entire bottom of the object. The billowing fiery clouds reminded me of the way napalm rolls along on the vintage war film footage of Viet Nam I’ve seen on television except that there was no smoke associated with it. It looked as if the air itself had been suddenly ignited in a large billowing cloud of flames. Just as I was about to turn and run into the house due to fear the fiery cloud grew larger and it seemed to be pushing back toward the western end of the object and once it reached its peak (probably about half the diameter of the object) the object seemed to stretch out about twice its original size toward the eastern end of the object thus filling the entire sky in front of me and then in the wink of an eye the western end of the object caught up with the eastern end and it simply disappeared right in front of me. This was absolutely one of the most amazing things I have ever seen in my life and in my opinion this was not something man made and it was far too big to be a blimp or an airplane. I believe it was not of this Earth. Peter Davenport was iimpressed by his demeanor, eloquence, and apparent sincerity. — No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.338 / Virus Database: 267.9.6/59 – Release Date: 27/07/2005

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