Missouri Witnesses Report Aircraft 'Shooting at' UFOs
They first seen the UFOs.
"We saw them fly in straight lines and would turn as opposed to any plane I have ever before seen," the reporting witness stated. "They would be relocating slow and then stop and then just dart. We also saw one fly right over our house, and when it got over us it glowed a bright white."
They also observed what appeared to be traditional plane.
"We also noticed some kind of aircraft chasing a number of of them and even what seemed like the plane was shooting at it. I saw flashes from the plane in the route of the UFO. This lasted possibly thirty seconds, then the plane flew off. You could see the difference between the UFOs and the planes. We saw many of plane fly all around the location for quite some time throughout and following the occasion."
Pacific is a city in each Franklin and St. Louis counties, population 5,482. No images or videos were incorporated with the MUFON report. The previously mentioned rates were edited for clarity.
Missouri is a latest UFO ALERTم rating, with a reduced number of UFO sightings nationally. Missouri had 6 UFO reports in April 2011 - whilst California had 46 sightings, the highest reporting state in the nation. Indiana is also on our Observe List.
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Post subject: Daylight UFO Sighting - New Brunswick, Canada Posted: Sun Dec 18, 2011 5:10 pm Initiate Joined: Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:32 pm Posts: 171 This object had no flashing lights. It was changing shape.and from it's appearance it was holding something or changing it's shape to accommodate something.
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