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brenton bishop brenton bishop from Liverpool, NSW, Australia wrote on 19 April 2017 at 6:59 pm:
I was driving from Campbelltown, NSW on the M5 freeway when I saw an unusual set of lights that appeared to ring a white object, at first I thought it may be a helicopter, there was one flying mostly over the Holsworthy military base. I tried to keep my eye on the object and left the freeway at the Heathcote Road exit.
I headed for higher ground, on my right I could see the military vehicle headed to its base and through my rear window I could still see the object it hadn't moved. I found higher ground and got out of my car to disappointment, it had disappeared, my first thought was that it may be a blimp, albeit a small one or a helicopter, which it wasn't, and assume that everyone on the freeway at that time should have seen it.
Doris Doris from Fairfield West , NSW, Australia wrote on 9 April 2017 at 8:17 pm:
On clear weather days, after sitting at work for hours, I slowly walk in circles my backyard in Fairfield West, to 'stretch my legs', every evening for about 40 minutes; always after 10.30 pm.
I enjoy walking and gazing at the sky and stars. On Friday night 7 May 2017 I just stepped out at 10.30 pm and noticed a very fast illuminated circular projectile moving in a straight line southward towards Liverpool. I've seen shooting stars few times with their curved projectile motion and this was different: It was in a straight line, and at incredibly fast. I thought it was unusual that it didn't have the curved projectile motion of a shooting star.
The next evening I went for a walk in my backyard even later at 11.20 pm. The sky was quite clear. It was just after midnight at 12.10 am and I was just about to conclude my walk when I noticed three (3) circular white lights in the sky in the configuration of an equilateral triangle formation: one light at each point ie. one at apex, and two below. They appeard to be hovering over Liverpool-Casula about 6 to 10 km southward from where I was standing. The three lights were stationary and hovered in unison for about 15 seconds. I wanted to quickly go into my house to record on my phone, but decided to observe a little longer. The circular light object hovering at the apex of the triangular formation flickered somewhat only for about two seconds and I could discern an orange tubular structured object at its centre. The flickering stopped. This stationary hovering object at the apex then moved southward in a straight linear fashion, at a speed that is not 'earthly possible' or of any known airborn craft speed until it disappeared within 1 to 1.5 seconds. The other two circular illuminated objects hovered stationary for about 8 to 10 seconds, then they both sped in the same southward direction in the same linear fashion until they also disappeared. The object on the left was just slightly faster than the object on the right, that confirmed there were three (3) flying objects in a triangular formation.
Nez Nez from Kingsgrove, NSW, Australia wrote on 7 April 2017 at 12:10 am:
I noticed from my window a bright stationary object in the sky, flickering and changing colour (red, green, yellow, blue).
It has not moved for over an hour. It is definitely not a plane or a star. I have captured it on video.
Jan Robinson Jan Robinson from Bemboka, NSW, Australia wrote on 2 April 2017 at 8:28 am:
30 March 2017.
While driving home from work at 10.15 pm, I saw a pale blue light streaking from the sky, it was like a falling star.
Mark Mccolm Mark Mccolm from Gosford, NSW, Australia wrote on 29 March 2017 at 10:57 pm:
Sitting on my balcony tonight at 10.40 pm I witnessed a V shaped formation of lights that were a very dim pale yellow/gold colour, moving north to south in a straight line. The lights were in a V with each 'wing' in a straight line and there was probably four to six lights on each line of the 'wings'. I couldn't make out any other physical shape around the lights.
They appeared to be about 300 to 500 metres high and moved across my vision about five seconds?
Definitely not a flock of birds, the formation of lights retained there positions.
I thought initially it was a flock of birds and the light from the street lights/ houses was reflecting on them.
The lights and the path it took was very stable.
Very bizarre.
tony B tony B from Orange Grove wrote on 28 March 2017 at 1:34 am:
On the 26 August 1983, I was out with my family at the Gosford RSL, NSW, Australia, celebrating my mothers birthday. After dinner, my parents and older brother went to play the pokies. I was seventeen years old so I had to go wait in the car.
Between 9 and 10 pm I was facing south towards the Woy Woy direction and saw a bright light (like a motorcycle headlight) on top of the mountain. This light started to move closer, so I got out of the car as it start to move over the top of my head.
This object was not fast moving and was not high, maybe 200 to 300 metres. As it passed over head the circular light was actually two lights located at the head of the 'craft'.
I looked in amazement as I could make out the shape. It was a massive UFO shaped like a diamond with straight back and side surfaces. Under the UFO were flashing coloured lights, highlighting the shape along the edges. In the centre was a hexagon or circled shape which also had flashing lights spinning around. I presumed it was some kind of door or opening.
It was travelling very slow at about ten kilometres per hour and therefore I got a very good view of the UFO.
As it slowly moved north, the back had a red bar light that ran across the whole 'rear end'. It appeared like it was a flat object, made no sound and its size would have been equivalent to about ten jumbo jets.
I have never known who to share this with and found this site so I thought I would share it with you. I am happy to talk to anyone who wishes to confirm or investigate. Like many who have seen UFOs I have no doubt of their existence as nothing I saw that night was man made.
I'm also aware that most people think its crazy or there is some reason for seeking attention. But what can I do, it's what I saw and will not forgot. Anyway hope this helps investigating these things. Cheers
Thomas heriot Thomas heriot from Winmalee, NSW, Australia wrote on 27 March 2017 at 8:51 pm:
Just before 8.30 pm on 27 March 2017 I was sitting out the front when I witnessed a object moving through the sky. I called out, 'quick a meteor,' to my daughter, who witnessed it as well. It was moving around the speed you would normally see satellites. The object seemed to glance the edge of the atmosphere as it lit up very bright for around five seconds then dulled back to the average brightness of the rest of the stars. It continued moving across the sky until it went out of sight. I searched the web to see if anyone else had reported this or if a meteor near miss had occured but did not find anything.
russel sherwood russel sherwood from Sydney, NSW Australia wrote on 27 March 2017 at 7:39 am:
I was parked outside Bankstown Hospital in 1963 when I was 17 years old. It was early evening when I witnessed a line of moving lights on the horizon, moving in my direction.
I got out of the car and watched six large silent disc shaped craft go overhead, in a line and then disappear in the other horizon, in a perfectly straight line. They were not from this planet.
The next day l bought the morning Telegraph newspaper thinking there would be headlines, only to find a small article saying moving lights were seen, very disappointing.
I can not think of any earthly explanation for what l witnessed. I wish l had a camera with me.
J. J. from Inverell, NSW, Australia wrote on 23 March 2017 at 1:36 am:
I was watching a reddish star through the window as it was brought to my attention by a family member. It looked like a star. I asked, 'What is so special?' before I could finish, the light had begun to move in circles. Then, up and down with such a degree of speed and dexterity that I scarcely believe to be possible for an aircraft.
I went outside to get a better view but it had left before I gone out. Above where the red one had been, another bright star-like object moving in swift circles. As soon as I stepped from under the carport, the light stopped dead. After a while it started moving in spirals, circles and moved up and down and stopped again. There was street lighting in the background and this light silhouetted this thing, and I could see its outline.
What I thought was a single light in the centre of three arms, was three lights, one blue, one red, and one green. It seemed to have three arms, but I saw that it had four.
I ran inside, and got a piece of paper and pen, and ran back outside. It was still there moving around, and every now and then, the street lighting would silhouettes it. It was during these flashes, that I drew it's outline.
The first one was moving around for about five minutes.
The second one, seemed to stay longer, but eventually it stopped moving all over the place, then a burst of speed that I could barely explain, up and to the right on angle, at which point it vanished.
This sighting occurred at 00:00 hrs over Inverell, NSW.
Shell Shell from Mt Vincent wrote on 20 March 2017 at 5:41 pm:
We saw what looked like a line of light or lights over the Watagan Mountains looking South toward the Quorrobolong Valley. All of us were having a restless sleep from around 2 am, on the first dry night after a month of rain. The sky was clear and stars were visible. I got up at around 4.15 am to check on our dog and saw a large light, in the sky over the Watagan Mountains. I wasn't sure what it was so grabbed my glasses for a clearer view.
The 'line of light' seemed to be flashing/sparkling red, green and white. I woke my husband to take a look, he is at a loss to explain what it was. It seemed to move a little, but hard to detect. It stayed fairly still then moved behind the mountain and therefore out of view, after about ten minutes.