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Sighting Reports 2008

Woman Sees 2 Light Silver Craft Move Quickly Across Sunny Sky

Date of Sighting: October 10, 2008
Time of Sighting: 3:30 PM CDT
Date Sighting Reported: October 10, 2008
Duration of Sighting: 4 Minutes
Location of Sighting: Fairfield, Iowa (Southeastern Iowa)
Latitude: 41.0 Degrees North
Longitude: 92.0 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: One
Weather: The Official Weather Observation Showed That Skies Were Clear. Visibility Was 10 Miles. Winds Were From the South-Southeast at 17 With Gusts to 23 MPH. (Witness Stated That a Few Clouds Were in the Sky.)

Description: I saw 2 light, silver craft moving quickly in partly sunny sky moving from SE to SW. They appeared out of nowhere, and then disappeared as they went behind a cloud. They made no noise and left no trail. I was the only one who saw it!

Additional Report by Witness (In Response to Investigator Questions): Thank you for writing back so soon. All in all the sighting lasted about 4 minutes. I was lying on the grass admiring the blue sky and all of the wispy clouds thinking they were a little unusual. I have seen many UFOs here in Fairfield, however this sighting looked very different. Most of the time when I see a UFO I am in a very meditative mood and not really thinking about anything, like today. While looking up a light silvery object appeared to move cross the sky very quickly. It had no trails nor did it make any noise. It looked weightless, almost like a scout ship you would see in star trek. It was definitely flying faster than a jet. I looked for a minute or so thinking it might be a UFO. Not quite sure I stood up and followed the object as it went behind the clouds and then appeared again on the other side. As I watched, another one appeared and was flying in the same direction, but this one was flying in front of the first one. As I looked at one of them it became shiny and then disappeared along with the other one.

Comments: The witness makes an argument that the objects were not regular aircraft. The possibility exists that the objects were too far from the witness making accurate identification difficult. Perhaps the objects were conventional aircraft?