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CAUS UPDATE
NOVEMBER 7, 2001

UFO REPORTs
Orbs in Australia

Source: Filers Files #4; October 31, 2001
Majorstar@AOL.COM; http://www.filersfiles.com

BUNDABERG, QLD -- Steve Evans was in his backyard in the outer suburb of Avoca on October 21, 2001, when his partner and he observed a string of five bright orange lights traveling north at treeline height for 5 to 10 minutes.  A singular bright orange light was observed first before other's appeared
behind it at close intervals at 9:20 PM.  A line of five bright orange lights were visible over about half the southern sky.  They moved slowly north in a uniform line until the third object dropped in altitude, but not in speed.  They passed just below the Moon (quarter) except for the fourth object, which went through the Moon's light.   They continued moving north slowly and became less bright before disappearing.   The objects were much brighter and larger than the closest star and traveled without any audible sound.  The night was clear and fine.  The objects displayed no characteristic similarities to any aircraft.  Each light, being the whole entity, and remained a constant bright orange light with no flashing observed.  They were traveling in a rising angle.  The Moon and stars were clearly seen.  A vague oval shape was observed from a side view when the fourth object passed through the light of the Moon.  Before this, all five objects appeared round in shape.  After sighting the objects, we accessed some information on the Internet where we found information and photographs of orange orbs and orange ball phenomenon closely matching what we had observed.  Thanks to  Steve Evans srevans2@dingoblue.net.au and Joe Trainor   Masinaigan@aol.co


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