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Sighting Reports 2009

Red Mass Falls From Object Then Disappears. Photos Taken.

One of Ten Photos of Red Mass Emanating From Object.
One of Ten Photos of Red Mass Emanating From Object.
Photo Was Taken to the North.

Another One of Ten Photos Taken of Object.
Another One of Ten Photos Taken of Object.

Queen Creek is About 30 Miles Southeast of Phoenix.
Queen Creek is About 30 Miles Southeast of Phoenix.

Date of Sighting: August 9, 2009
Time of Sighting: 9:55 PM MST
Location of Sighting: Queen Creek, Arizona (See Map)

Description: The witness was out viewing the Perseid meteor showers. He saw an object to the north and a large red mass which "appeared to drip like water" from the object. The mass descended and stopped. He went inside and grabbed a camera and snapped several photos. (Only one of the photos has been received.) The red mass was visible for 10 to 15 minutes and then abruptly disappeared. The photo was taken towards the north star (Polaris). Two military bases (Williams Field Air Force Base and Luke Air Force Base) are in the direction of where the photos were taken. Williams Air Force Base is in Queen Creek while Luke Air Force Base is near Phoenix. The photos were taken with a Kodak Z1015 IS (12 megapixel) digital camera.

Note: It is not known if the military was conducting exercises in the area and if they were, one wonders what the "red mass" would be? According to the witness no fire retardant was being dropped and no fires were in the area. Also the witness did not hear any aircraft during the sighting. The witness sent ten photos. Two of the photos are shown above. Some of the photos show the "emanating red mass" and others show a red spot (or streak). The streaking is likely due to camera movement (or a combination of camera and object movement).

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