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Sighting Reports 2009

Strange Humming Noise Heard. Several Silver Objects Seen.

Date of Sighting: June 15, 2009
Time of Sighting: 1:30 PM PDT
Location of Sighting: Kenmore, Washington (Suburb to the East of Seattle)

Description: I was sitting in my backyard laying in a lawn chair when I started hearing a strange humming noise. It went on for several minutes and I finally put down my book to see what it was. I looked up and it was so bright out that it was hard to focus. I finally saw what I thought was a helicopter in the distance and watched it go behind a tree. A few seconds later it came out on the other side of the tree and it appeared to be a small plane possibly pulling one of those advertising banners behind it. I continued to watch and to my surprise several other objects came out from behind the tree. They appeared to be some sort of aircraft that were flying in formation. There were approximately 10 to 15 objects. I know they were not birds because it was very sunny and I could see the metal shining in the sun. I have never seen multiple aircrafts flying over suburbia in formation unless there was an air show nearby. I ran in the house and got my camera and was not quick enough to get a photo before they went behind the hill. I watched the news that evening at three different times on different channels to see if there was anything about an air show in the area or a military training or something to explain what I saw and found nothing. I cannot explain what I saw, but it was definitely nothing I have EVER seen before.

Note: The sound and appearance experienced by the witness are difficult to explain. I doubt if there were any air shows nearby and it is quite unlikely that the military would be conducting exercises in a highly populated area given that the area where the sighting occurred is not in a military operations area (MOA).