January 2, 2013 – Indianapolis, Indiana – 2:30 PM EST

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Description: Hello: I am a little late reporting my sighting, but it shook me up a bit. It was in the afternoon while I was driving home on 465 East. All I saw was 3 ovals fuzzy in a triangle pattern. They were about tree level. I could not see anything above it. I had about 30 to 45 seconds until I passed it. It landed! Coordinates: (Latitude 39.924600 Longitiude -86.12000). The date was Jan 2, 2013 at 2:30 PM. I have gone by this spot many times to figure out what it was. I have no idea. But this wood is thick with a fence around it. I been an aerospace designer for over 15 years and have worked at Boeing and have never seen anything like that. I would be happy to talk to somebody about this, but I do not want my name to be used.

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One Response to January 2, 2013 – Indianapolis, Indiana – 2:30 PM EST

  1. Joel Small says:

    Knowing that this report is from a person who says they are in the aeronautical engineering field does, on it’s face, pique anybody’s interest! Obviously this person thinks that they saw some sort of aerial intstrument(s) [three “ovals”] in motion and even descending into an area not designated for aircraft of any sort. But even though this person is more than qualified to discern the difference between known and unknown aerial objects, still they aren’t immune to visual misidentification of objects or light sources under certain circumstances, although I don’t know this is the case here.

    Due to the unique qualifications of this witness and the fact that this event took place during daylight hours, this particular case seems to warrant much closer investigation, if at all possible, by the local authorieties to see if any pyrotechnics or heat sources were being used in that wooded area, and of course a thorough inspection by any viable organization that handles U.A.P. events such as the Indiana M.U.F.O.N. group.

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