UFO sightings 2013 records keep expanding on the MUFON web site, as reports of strange objects in the sky continue to be sent in from various U.S. states. Just over the weekend alone, MUFON received 40 sighting reports, with several submissions from Florida and Texas. But one of the most unusual reports came from California.
The CA UFO sighting was titled, "Black solid egg shape with orange lights on the bottom." The reporter's name is not displayed, but the artist rendering that accompanied the report is stamped with "Jeremy Nolen Graphic Design."
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"First saw [the unidentified flying object] coming from the west, it looked like a fiery object floating in the sky. Then as it moved east it stopped and hovered for a few seconds, then it started coming towards me for about 10 seconds, then it stopped and hovered as if it knew I was looking at it," reads the brief UFO sighting report.
"Then it started to slowly move to the east again. I ran inside and grabbed my mom and my uncle. We all watched it float away before it just vanished somewhere over USD college. I got a really good look at it thru my binoculars for about 1 minute. No sound. Hovered, then moved, changing directions." It is understood from the description on the image that the "mom and uncle" saw the same strange craft.
"Looked like molten fire was dripping off of it as it flew slowly by. I didnt want to run and grab my camera in fear that it would go away." The MUFON report ended here. In lieu of a photo, the witness sent a graphic image to show what he saw through his binoculars.
The CA UFO report was submitted on Feb. 1, but the sighting happened on Nov. 17. It is not, however, unusual that a report was submitted months away from date of sighting. Take a look at the graphic work submitted along with the sighting. What do you think did the reporter from California see through his binoculars that night?
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