|Occurred : 10/15/1998 00:00 (Entered as : 10/?/98 200)
Reported: 8/6/2001 15:53
Location: Azuza, CA
|a very unusual object, in a triangular shape that hovered for a while then darted off. it had a vety pecular color to it
myself and a buddy were fishing up in azuza off of peck road. there are a series of old abondond rock corries. There is very good fishing in these corries and thats what attracted us there. We fished this particular one alot that summer and fall. We were sitting on the bank not saying much. Infact i remember just looking around me because its kind of an erie place. theres alot of wild animals so i would always keep a watch out. my buddy was smoking a cigarette staring out over the lake. I looked up and just above the lake there was triangle shape figure hovering motionless above the lake. The object was only approximatly 3-400 yards away from us and maybe 100-120 yards above the water. The object was the most odd looking blueish color ive ever seen. It was like a neon blue but it wasnt very bright. I was so in aww of the object i remember looking at my buddy, he had this wierd look on his face like he couldnt believe what he was looking at. I quickly looked back to the object. I couldnt say a word. The object hovered there for about 10 seconds, we didnt say a work. Then very slowly it began to move. It was heading toward the south side of the lake. All of the sudden it began to increase speed very quickly and within a second or 2 it completely dissapeared. We both looked at each other and said what in the hell was that? We were both very frightend. We imediatly decied to pack up out stuff and leave. We were very skeptical to speak of the incident at work, because we knew people would laugh and think we were crazy, so we just told family and friends. Another note, as the object darted away it moved so fast it left a trail of light that lasted maybe a second, but it looked weird. the object also made no noise at all it was completly silent.
((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that date of the incident is approximate. PD))