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Sighting Reports 2007

Woman & Granddaughter See Slow Moving Light With Bluish Glow

Date of Sighting: March 31, 2007
Time of Sighting: About 9 PM PDT
Date Sighting Reported: March 31, 2007
Duration of Sighting: About 20 Minutes
Location of Sighting: Battle Ground, Washington (Extreme Southern Washington About 10 Miles From the Oregon Border & Near the Vancouver-Portland Area)
Latitude: 45.76 Degrees North
Longitude: 122.53 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: Two
Number of Witnesses Interviewed: One
Weather: Clear Skies. Stars Visible

Description: The witness phoned her sighting about 90 minutes after it happened. She was feeding her horses and noticed a very bright light moving westward in the night sky. She called out to her granddaughter and they both observed the light for about 20 minutes. When they viewed the light through binoculars they saw several smaller lights arranged in a circle. They also noticed a bluish glow around the edge. The light moved slowly and was much larger than a star, but considerably smaller than a full moon. The witness felt that the light was flying quite low. She saw an airplane and was under the impression that the light was flying lower than the airplane. She also added that it appeared that the lights were flying with a slow spinning motion. They lost sight of the object because it was quite cold outside and they went indoors to warm up. A few minutes later they came out and the light was gone.

Second Report by Witness: Hi Bill....I read the paragraph on the website, it was very accurate as to what we saw. Guess what, it was out there this evening at 9:00 PM It had the same characteristics: low flying and slow moving, with a blue glow or tail. Now I'm thinking it has to be some kind of satellite. We have a telescope but it's not set up yet. I guess that we're going to have to set that up to get a better look at this thing. After looking at it tonight, I'm thinking it might be the binoculars that was causing it to look circular in shape. I'll try to set up the telescope tomorrow and look for it tomorrow evening again.

Investigator's Notes: I interviewed the witness for about 10 minutes. She seem quite sincere and accurately described her sighting. She thought that the light could have been a satellite. She never once mentioned the word "UFO." The additional information provided by the witness above strongly suggests that the object has a conventional explanation. (It is probably a satellite.)

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