Woman Sees Bright Object of Oblong & Then Rectangular Shape.

Location of Sighting: Roseburg, Oregon
Date of Sighting: April 2, 2016
Time of Sighting: 8:50 PM PDT

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ENHANCED CONTRAST IMAGE OF STRANGE HOVERING OBJECT.

ENHANCED CONTRAST IMAGE OF STRANGE HOVERING OBJECT.

2ND STILL IMAGE EXTRACTED FROM VIDEO.

2ND STILL IMAGE EXTRACTED FROM VIDEO.

Description: The witness was outside walking her dog. She saw a bright object hovering over Roseburg, OR Airport. The object appeared to be oblong shaped and then it appeared to be rectangular shaped. The object was reddish-orange in color. It appeared that two dark circles were at each end of the object. The object hovered, then moved northeast, southeast and then abruptly disappeared. At 6:20 PM (over two hours before the sighting) a very loud boom was heard. The sound startled several neighbors and nothing was seen. The sound was likened to the sound of an exploding hot water heater. The witness took a video with her Samsung Galaxy III Cell phone and extracted two still images from the video. (See 2 images above.)

Update – April 26, 2016: Apparently the witness did not take a photo, but took a video. The two images above are screenshots from the video. The second image was received in this update. The witness writes: “Yes, the image was taken from the video on April 2, 2016. I just took the image and used the zoom feature on my phone to obtain a larger view of the image.”

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One Response to Woman Sees Bright Object of Oblong & Then Rectangular Shape.

  1. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    The rectangular shape appears to be nothing more than pixelization, caused by excessive optical or digital “zooming”.

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