Description: It was about five PM outside the front gates of my barn at Crowley, Texas. As I rounded the curve of the road to the entrance to my barn I noticed a white disc in the sky almost like a flat plate hanging there. I thought it was the moon or the sun covered over by haze or something. I got out with my camera and stared at it. As I stared it transformed from looking like the moon to a solid white large disc with a thin edge of clack around it. The longer I looked the whiter and larger it became. The sun was covered by clouds. This was in front of the clouds, but each time I tried to take a picture clouds would cover it slightly then it would emerge again. It was quite startling to look at. The one photo I took is very faint and you can’t see much. I will send it as soon as I can. It was as large as the sun. I was trying to get others in the barn to go take a look at it, but no one seemed interested. I got the feeling it was waiting for me as I rounded the turn in my car. I know that sounds weird. It was about at the four o’clock position in the sky to the southwest. Do you know where the sun was at that time by chance?
Second Report by Witness: William: I forgot to tell you (because I just now remembered) that about thirty minutes after I saw the white disc things over my pasture two fighter jets came from the south flying very low. They flew overhead as low as I have ever seen and right next to one another. Carswell Air Force Base is in Fort Worth pretty close, but I have never seen them fly overhead low like that.
Note: A check of weather showed that skies were partly cloudy with cloud bases at 1,600 feet. The Sun would have been positioned in the WSW (242 degrees). Sunset was at 6:02 PM CST. It is possible that the witness may seen the Sun obscured by clouds.Note to Commenters: If you are reporting a sighting, be sure to include the location (city, state, country), date and time of your sighting. Be detailed in your description. You may also use our report form to report your sighting. Comments will be published if they are in "good taste" and not inflammatory.