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Sighting Reports 2006

Witness Sees Triangular Object Along With Several Balls of Light

Drawing of Triangle and Lights by Witness
Drawing Made by Witness

Two 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: About 50 Seconds
Date Reported: November 4, 2006
Location of Sighting: Mountain View, Hawaii (Big Island)
Latitude: 19.55 Degrees North
Longitude: 155.09 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: One (Another Sighting Occurred in Honolulu at the Same Time - See Map)
Weather: Scattered Clouds. Visibility 10 Miles.
Astronomical: Sunrise - 6:22 AM HST

Description (In Witness's Own Words): I viewed a triangular shaped object slowly moving almost like it was made out of light, then a bright white ball appears a distance away from the triangle. One of the points of the triangle is pointing right at the white ball, then the white ball disperses 8 or 10 smaller balls that then disappear, the white ball follows the triangle going in a south east direction.

Listen to Phone Interview With Witness

Investigator's Notes: A similar sighting occurred in Honolulu, Hawaii at exactly the same time and date. (Read about other sighting.) 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. The most interesting facet of this sighting is that the witness stated in a subsequent interview that the "ball of light" emitted several smaller balls of light likened to "fireworks" and the smaller balls dispersed. However, the large ball remained intact after emitting the smaller balls of light. This certainly eliminates space junk and/or meteors. Given available information I have no explanation for these Hawaii sightings.