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Low-flying Cigar-shaped UFO Near Philadelphia
Source: Filer's Files #33; August 14, 2001
PHILADELPHIA -- Truck size cigar shape object over the Blue Route 476
in the western suburbs. The witness reports, "On August 10,
2001, at 11:47 AM I was driving to work and directly ahead of me, a half
of a mile or so, I saw an object that resembled a cigar shape, quickly,
zooming over the highway. It flew over the trees and it disappeared.
The craft looked as though it was about the size of a truck. It
seemed to reflect the sky on the top, and more dark on the bottom half.
It was not high at all, as far as my view, a half mile ahead. It
looked like it was maybe a hundred feet over the highway. If I were
to hold out my arm and clench my fist, the object would be about half
the size of my fist. No one else, as far as I could see, saw the object.
But, because I love looking into the sky, I am more alert to the stranger
objects then most people. This was not a plane, not a bird, not
a helicopter. The object kind of teetered back and forth as it passed,
almost out of con! trol. Last year, another UFO flew by within a
hundred feet from the ground. Thanks to Peter Davenport at the National
Reporting Center www.ufocenter.com
MCCONNELLSBURG -- "While many people saw the huge fireball streak
across the sky last Monday evening many others are also reporting seeing
a black object with a tail in the western sky Saturday evening July 29,
2001. Bleachers full of people saw the object while attending the
Grease, Steam and Rust Association's truck pull at the fairgrounds.
Jane and Bob Lamison of Cooper Lane also saw the object from their porch
Saturday evening at about dusk. They described it as a large black
with a tail and blinking lights hovering in the clouds. The object
the same area for about a half hour. Although not officially identified
police officials said it was probably a surveillance aircraft that the
residents were seeing." The Fulton County News," on August
2, 2001: Thanks
to Jon Baughman email@example.com