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September 11 UFO Sightings in Massachusetts
Source: Filer's Files # 41; October 9, 2001
REVERE -- Logan Airport had been shut down due to trade center attack
September 11, 2001. The witness who lives nearby had observed fighter
all day, but at 9:00 PM, he noticed a star like object in the eastern
He ran home to get his video camera and his father. Upon return
greeted by four others who were also observing the UFO over Short Beach.
Upon zooming in with my Sony Digital 8 handy cam. I noticed an object
appeared to hover in the sky, but through my binoculars it seemed to dance
all around. There were blue and red lights that were moving all
craft. We then witnessed a splitting of a vessel into parts.
light began to move rapidly in a different pattern as if to be communicating
with the other ship. One looked like fireworks, and then quickly
disappeared, and reappeared to the left at a 45 degree angle. We
witnessed a triangle type formation with yet another craft. I have
of video. Craft flew rapidly east and we then saw three fighter
to and above these objects. Video footage played at slow motion
intricate light patterns on one ship, with very bright lights in the center
and almost force field like arcs moving from the center to the outer edges.
Many witnesses stopped their vehicles to observe them.
OTIS AIR FORCE BASE -- A couple of friends and I were looking at the sky
September 11, 2001, for any air traffic since there was only military
allowed. At 10:00 PM we saw two Air Force jets in single file heading
Otis Air Force Base in Cape Cod. They were close together and in
hurry. A minute later, my friend pointed out a circular object orange
color moving at an enormous rate of speed across the open sky. It
zigzag and dance as if it was intelligent, and then disappeared behind
trees. I've never seen anything as fast as this in mid air.
minutes later, a similar object came across the sky again from the east
southwest with the same speed and sporadic movement, and again disappeared
behind some trees. Thanks to Peter Davenport, Director National