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Sighting Reports 2007

Man Sees Very Shiny Silver Colored Object
The Object Disappeared in a Few Seconds

Drawing of Object Provided by Witness
Drawing of Object Provided by Witness


Map Showing Location of Witness and Object. Map Showing Location of Modesto (Near San Francisco)
Map Showing Location of Sighting

Date of Sighting: May 17, 2007
Time of Sighting: 2:30 PM PDT
Date Sighting Reported: May 17, 2007
Duration of Sighting: Few Seconds
Location of Sighting: Outskirts of Modesto, California (See Map)
Latitude: 37.61 Degrees North
Longitude: 121.0 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: One
Weather: Clear Skies. Visibility 10 Miles.

Description (In Witness's Own Words): Today at about 2.30 PM I was on the road from Turlock, CA to Modesto Ca on Highway 99 North. I saw the same think as the last time. (I think I am seeing things.) It was a second I glanced up and it was gone. Do I need to go to an eye doctor? Am I seeing things? Tell me the truth! Do these things exist or I am just seeing things? Since I saw it or the last UFO I have been staring at the sky all the time?????. Explain, last week on the discovery channel they had a show about area 51, and many other things relating. Did you get my drawing? I am not sure if that is even a close thing, but that is what I saw with my own eyes. Should I be worried? Should I ??????

Additional Information Provided by Witness: I was driving towards Modesto, CA on Highway 99 North by Crows Landing Exit. I saw the object (see drawing) to the Northwest for a few seconds. The object vanished in a few seconds. It was very shiny.

Investigator's Notes: This witness seems to doubt what he saw and also seems afraid. I received another report from this same witness recently. Click here to read that report. This sighting occurred in the "Bay Area" in California. Several other reports have been received from this area during the past two years. Given the fact that the witness was preoccupied with driving and that his sighting lasted only a few seconds the accuracy of his observation would be questionable. The drawing is interesting, but one would need more time than a "mere glance" to make an accurate observation. (The witness is even questioning his own artistic accuracy.) More data and witnesses are needed to say anything definitive about this case.