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Sighting Reports 2007

Woman & Son Spot Hovering Light Later Ascend & Join Another Light

Fostoria is in Northwestern Ohio About 50 Miles South of Toledo
Fostoria is in Northwestern Ohio About 50 Miles South of Toledo

Date of Sighting: August 11, 2007
Time of Sighting: 11:30 PM EDT
Date Sighting Reported: August 25, 2007
Duration of Sighting: 1st Sighting Was 30 Sec. & 2nd Sighting Was 20 Sec.
Location of Sighting: Fostoria, Ohio (See Map Above)
Latitude: 41.15 Degrees North
Longitude: 83.4 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: Two
Number of Witnesses Interviewed: One
Weather: Clear Skies & Good Visibility. (Per Witness Report.)

Description (In Witness's Own Words): On the night of August 11th 2007 my son and I were in our backyard around a camp fire around 11:30 pm. We were looking up because seemed to be a more than usual small planes flying overhead. It was a very clear night. (Millions of stars out.) I noticed a single light about the size of a car headlight coming at us from the northeast. My son (he is 14) asked what it was. It didn't act like the other lights we had seen. (They were planes and we could hear them.) Anyway we watched for about 30 seconds. It was silent and as it got a ways away it shrunk to half the size, then it turned red, and in a blink of an eye it disappered. That was the first one of the night. The second sighting was only minutes from the first. A light came out of the southwest sky. It a yellowish white light, was silent, and moved towards us really slow. It got about overhead when it stopped. Then a smaller light dropped from the bottom hovered underneath the larger light for like 20 seconds, then went back in it and vanished in a blink of an eye.

Investigator's Notes: The witness has reported two separate sightings that occurred only a few minutes apart. The witnesses likely were not mistaking the lights for regular aircraft because they had observed several aircraft in the area at the time of the sightings. The fact that the lights displayed an intelligent like behavior (hovering and then merging with another light) is indicative of something very unusual. Given these facts this sighting falls into the unidentified category.