CAUS Update

UFOs Over California

Source: Filer's Files #51; December 19, 2001;

San Mateo: A physician was driving south on Highway 101 on December 3, 2001, with his fiancée when they noticed a large patch of light about the size of four football fields likely over the ocean. This light made a dark
night as bright as day for 5 or 6 seconds and then a spherical craft shot into the air with a bright white and yellow tail. It had a diameter of approximately 200-300 feet. It's tail turned red and then yellow and it
continued straight up until it was indistinguishable from a star. This process took about 5 minutes. This is the first time either of us have seen anything like this. I grew up in the U.S. and am a physician.

Santa Baranara: Sean K. reports that on December 5, 2001, a star-like object was observed in the southwest, at about 30 degrees above the horizon. Its position first made me think it was Venus, but as I watched from my yard, it slowly rose and moved east. I sat down, took a sightline off of a nearby tree and within a minute confirmed the object was not stationary, but could not be a star or planet because it was moving opposite the rotation of stars. At no point did it move quickly. After watching the object for about 5
minutes, my two neighbors came out and we all watched. One got his binoculars and we saw a metallic object, not at all like a star with dimensional width as opposed to a point source. We observed it for another
five minutes and it was now about 70 degrees and perhaps two feet at arm's length) from where I originally sighted the object. The object then kind of
disintegrated. It become cloudy or fuzzy, and then stopped giving off light. Vandeberg Air Force Base is right up the coast, so it could have been some kind of drone target or observation balloon. Witnesses were ages 35-41. Weather Conditions: dry, clear, no clouds, visibility unlimited. Thanks to Sean K.


Return to FrontPage


The PAG Network©
Sedona, AZ 86339

Phone: 520-203-0567

The PAG Network ©2001.  All Rights Reserved.
Portions Copyright CAUS ©2001.   All Rights Reserved

Send CAUS Comments and Reports to: CAUS@CAUS.ORG