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Occurred : 4/20/2000 17:00 (Entered as : 04/20/2000 17:00)
Reported: 6/5/2004 11:05:16 PM 23:05
Posted: 6/18/2004
Location: Austin, TX
Shape: Fireball
Duration:0:02
objects over central texas so bright look like stars except its broad daylight

there are many ufo stories but this one is mine. i was walking home one afternoon after work. now the sky was chrystal clear a beautiful blue texas sky. suddenly i saw a bright light in the sky it was so bright and intense it instantly reminded me of a star yeah thats right it was the size of a star that one can see at night, a clear black night only it was broad daylight. well my mind began running the scenarios;must be the sun reflecting off of a jet. im sure you have seen a reflection off of a jet before. have you noticed when the jet makes its turn that the suns reflection rolls off leaving a silouete of the plane against the sky. well not this one as i was expecting the reflection subsided yet there was no sillouete of any craft let alone a jet. the light i saw was so bright it looked like a star you would see at night it must of been the suns reflection right? well 2 weeks later i was traveling from austin to san antonio with a buddy in his truck we were headed south i i35 when it happened again i am now witnessing the same effect as 2 weeks ago only now i have a witness to confirm me. i said hey do you see that light in the sky and he said yeah its a plain right? i said maybe but if im right this light in the sky will dissappear and no plane will be seen. well it happened just as i said it would and he was stumped ive had 2 more sightings of these strange blazingly bright objects since then. the sightings only last a few seconds so if you are not looking up you probably have no chance to ever see them but folks i tell you we are not alone and thats all there is to it!!!

((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous. PD))