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Sighting Reports 2007

Man Sees 3 Black Orbs Flying in Triangular Formation in The Daytime Sky

Date of Sighting: February 11, 2007
Time of Sighting: 4 PM PST
Duration of Sighting: 1 to 2 Minutes
Location of Sighting: Kent, Washington (Seattle Area)
Latitude: 47.4 Degrees North
Longitude: 122.2 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: One
Weather: Cloud Ceiling About 10,000 Feet. Visibility 10 Miles

Description (In Witness's Own Words): I saw three black orbs clustered in a triangular fashion. They were moving slowly in a upward 45 degree angle. They leveled off and then moved horizontally, then moved up in an acute angle of greater than 45 degrees. My line of sight became blocked as the object moved behind a tree. If the object maintained it's ascent, it would have then moved beyond the tree. It didn't. I couldn't find it again. While it looked like large balloons, they didn't move like helium balloons. I was seeing them from at least three miles.

Second Report (In Response to My Questions): Tthe object was moving north. It appeared to be over West hill of Kent at South 228th. I did not have any photos. I regret that, a camera was nearby, but I couldn't stop looking at it, fearful if I looked away it would be gone. I'd say it lasted about one to two minutes in length. The weather was cloudy and it had been raining earlier in the day. I recall that aircraft from SeaTac were taking off to the south at that time.

Investigator's Notes: This is an interesting sighting considering that it occurred in the day under a cloudy sky. Some possibility exists that the objects could have been balloons because they were moving northward and the winds were from south to southwest. This means that the objects could been drifting with the wind. If the objects were balloons, I am not sure what kind of balloons that they would have been. (The nearest weather balloon would have been launched over 100 miles away and only one balloon would have been launched.) Also weather balloons are not black in color.

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