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Sighting Reports 2011

Triangular Object Spews Out Light Beam Over Freeway.

Sketch of Triangular Object Prepared by Witness.
Sketch of Triangular Object Prepared by Witness.

Valley Village is a Suburb About 10 Miles Northwest of Downtown Los Angeles.
Valley Village is a Suburb About 10 Miles Northwest of Downtown Los Angeles.

Date of Sighting: October 14, 2011
Time of Sighting: 11:23 PM PDT
Location of Sighting: Valley Village, California (See Map)

Description: I was driving home on the east/southbound Highway 101 at 11:22 PM. When I was approaching the Woodman exit, I saw four very bright lights in the air ahead of me. They looked like car headlights, except they were very bright and were illuminating the foggy cloud cover above and below them. I thought it was a jet taking off from Burbank airport for a few seconds, but then I realized that the lights coming down from this thing were illuminating a patch of the highway in front of me, so it was quite low. When I first saw it the angle was about 20 degrees above the horizon. There was other traffic on the highway with me, and when I passed under the object, I leaned forward and looked up through my windshield. I saw a silver-colored, triangular object with a red light at the point, and two green lights midway down each side. (They were constant, unblinking lights.) I THINK there were also lights at the rear corners. As I passed under it my car was illuminated by the light coming off of it. I saw the underside of it VERY clearly (though I could no longer see the four bright white lights), and I don’t think it could have been more than 100 feet off the ground. Given the way the angle increased so rapidly (I was going about 60 and it was going the other direction at about ¼-½ my speed), I think it must have been pretty low. I would have done ANYTHING to be on anything but a freeway, as I watched it disappear down the road behind me. I exited at Laurel Canyon, turned around and headed back down the freeway, but I never saw it again.

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