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Gold Coast, 18 November 2011, 9.30pm

Gold Coast, 18 November 2011, 9.30pm

A woman went outside to have a cigarette and was watching the Leonid meteor shower where she counted up to 18 meteors. While doing so she noticed a large light in the northern sky that seemed to be strobing and flashing. Then she noticed two other large objects that eventually formed a triangular formation. One of these was a reddish colour, the other multi-coloured and silvery. The objects were darting and hovering like fireflies in the sky, and performing manoeuvres unlike any of our aircraft could.

The woman used her clothes line and house as points of reference to enable her to observe more clearly that the objects were moving. While doing so she could see that each of the objects were moving independently of each other. When they moved they would do so very rapidly, then return to their original position. Their movements were no more than a fingers width at arms length and unless she had used points of reference the movements could easily be explained as an artefact created by her own perception. However, as she did observe the objects moving in relation to her clothes line and house, their movements are harder to explain.

Another observation made by the witness was that immediately prior to the objects moving the quality of light and “sparkle” they emitted seemed to increase. This could indicate she was observing some sort of atmospheric phenomenon or effects of propulsion. The witness observed the objects for three hours in total. The length of observation of these objects is not typical of UFO reports.


Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia


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