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Lake Eyre National Park, October 2009, Reported November 22 2009

Lake Eyre National Park, October 2009, Reported November 22 2009

Three weeks ago, while trekking through the Lake Eyre National Park, my wife and I had what can only be described as a close encounter of the third kind.

It was early evening, and we were coming to the end of a day-long nature tour of the park, when something bright came into view over the horizon. It was cigar-shaped and silver in colour, with long lines of light running from end to end – I have since determined that these were part of the craft’s camoflauge system, as they served only to disorientate myself and my wife and made it difficult to focus on the object. The craft was moving slowly from the south to the north. It was not silent – it made a whirring noise that, while soft, was clearly audible. As it passed across the setting sun I lost sight of it.

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Lake Eyre Crescent, Parkinson, Queensland, Australia

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