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Scarborough, July 2008, reported October 2009

Scarborough, July 2008, reported October 2009

In July 2008 (I can’t remember the day exactly) at approximately 8.30pm, I was standing in my backyard (Scarborough, Qld) smoking a cigarette and looking up at the night sky. It was a typical night for me, I often stared at the sky for hours watching the planes, satellites, shooting stars etc, however that night, as I looked up into the sky, a bright white light caught my attention. At first I thought it was a star but soon realised that it was growing in size as it descended towards the earth. I thought that perhaps it was a jet in trouble and thus falling from the sky? I started to doubt that theory when the light (a sphere) stopped moving and hovered in the sky, it was bigger and brighter than any other light I had seen. In that moment six (6) spheres of light (smaller yet just as bright) separated from the larger and flew in two directions both left and right of the main sphere. They moved so quickly that it was impossible to see exactly where they went. As I returned my attention to the large sphere of light it disappeared within the second. The other six lights had either disappeared or as I suspect, looked just like stars in the sky.

It was truly the most amazing thing I have ever seen! Since that day I have been watching the sky every night and early morning for hours, and during the last 18 months I have seen many unusual sights. I have seen at least eight different unexplained lights. The most common being a bright flash of light that traverses the sky in an unusual pattern (or with no pattern at all). They are there one minute and gone the next. They are watching and they are coming… this is a very exciting time!


Scarborough, Queensland, Australia


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