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Occurred : 11/10/2000 00:20 (Entered as : 11/10/2000 00:20)
Reported: 11/24/2000 05:29
Posted: 3/4/2003
Location: Nasik (India),
Shape: Unknown
Duration:about 20 minutes
We were going for an exploratry drive, as we'd arrived in the city on that day itself. My 17 year old cousin, my best friend and I were driving through this area called 'Satpur'. The road we were on was really narrow, and on both sides, were fields, surrounded by mountains. Suddenly, we saw two green lights, about 200 metres, away from us, about 10 feet from the ground, travelling alongside us, at the same speed as us. At first, we though it was the reflection of another car's lights, but we looked behind and we were the only car on the road, so all three of us put down our windows. It was still there. We pulled off the road and stopped, suddenly, those lights, turned into one, larger green light, and stopped, and started hovering around. Suddenly, without a warning, it turned red and zipped up the mountain, in a straight line, right to the tip. It stayed there for a few minutes, and then, in a ball-like manner, sort of bounced down to the foot of the mountain, and came closer to us. We stayed put till it suddenly becam on huge green ball again, and started hovering around. We got frightened, and started driving real fast, at the speed of about 180 kmph. It kept up with us for a while, before it suddenly dissappeared in the trees. We went ahead for a while, to see if it emerged again, but it didn't. We took a u-turn, to head back homeward, when it popped up again, it was small and green, it arose skyward, slowly and it turned into two green lights, as it became faster, it became one red light. It just dissappeared into the sky, or out of it. My friend did take pictures of it, but we haven't yet developed them. Obviously, nobody who we told about this believed us. Oh, and it did make a very sofe whirring sound, which we only heard as it took to the sky for the last time.