California-A man was driving home on a lonely road, when about 2:00 AM, he looked up into the sky, and saw an object with bright, colorful lights. The object seemed to just hover in the sky. Suddenly, it began to move closer, so he sped up, and finally the object flew away.
Colorado-A group of friends going for a drive saw what they thought were two planes. But, the planes seemed to be connected by a beam of light. The object then appeared to be of a triangular shape. The object turned quickly, and easily, and made not a sound.
Illinois-A man's wife woke him up early morning to look at something strange in the sky. The wife had been watching an airborne object for about 10 minutes before realizing it was not a conventional craft. The man thought they were seeing a star, until it began to make quick circular moves, and then shot straight up and out of sight. He was convinced it was a UFO.
Kansas-A man's 15 year-old son called him about a sighting the boy and his friends had about a mile from their home. They had seen a triangular-shaped object move silently across the sky. The object flew very low, and was much larger than an airplane.
New England-The witness was looking at Andromeda M-31 when several dimly lit objects appeared into his field of view. He was watching through his 7 x 50 binoculars. The objects left quickly, and the witness was convinced they were not anything conventional.
Texas-A man and his wife were driving when they noticed a flock of birds, which disappeared very quickly. Then they could see a large, white sphere which was stationary in the sky. Soon the birds reappeared, which made the object appear very large. The object soon left.
Washington-A man who worked the night shift in a shop looked outside about 2:45 AM, and saw a group of his co-workers standing and looking up at the sky. He moved out to get a look, and saw 5 whitish-silver objects, which simply "sat there." The objects remained for 10 minutes before moving away.
Well folks, hope you had a great week, and until next week's reports, keep your eyes on the skies.