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Sighting Reports 2006

Man Sees Triangular Shaped Object Detach Into Two Objects

Photograph Taken of Lights in Honolulu

Both Sightings Occurred at 5:30 AM Local Time
(Distance Between Locations is About 210 Miles)

Date of Sighting: November 4, 2006
Time of Sighting: 5:30 AM HST
Duration of Sighting: Unknown
Date Reported: November 7, 2006
Location of Sighting: Honolulu, Hawaii
Latitude: 21.3 Degrees North
Longitude: 157.8 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: One (Another Similar Sighting Occurred 210 Miles Away - See Map)
Weather: Scattered Clouds. Visibility 10 Miles.
Astronomical: Sunrise - 6:36 AM HST.

Description (In Witness's Own Words): I saw a triangular shaped object. There was a light on each point and the object traveled slowly in a straight line. No noise came from the sky. The object then detached into two objects with one half continuing on the straight line while the other zig-zagged and spin in 360 degrees at high speeds past the horizon.

Investigator's Notes: The most interesting aspect of this sighting is that it occurred at the same time and date that a sighting occurred over Mountain View, Hawaii (see above map). Further analysis has revealed that the witnesses in Honolulu and Mountain View may not have been looking at the same object. Therefore mulitple objects with similar characteristics were likely flying in the area of the Hawaiian Islands on November 4, 2006. Click here to read about the Mountain View, Hawaii sighting. The above photo was sent by the witness. This photo was taken by another witness who reported the sighting to another UFO organization. Little is known about the photo. The photo shows "time exposure" through the apparent "streaking." Apparently the lights were witnessed by several in the Honolulu area. No media outlets mentioned the sightings. Given available information I have no explanation for these Hawaii sightings.