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Occurred : 8/23/2004 01:00 (Entered as : 08/23/2004 1:00)
Reported: 8/24/2004 1:41:09 PM 13:41
Posted: 8/24/2004
Location: Denver, CO
Shape: Light
Duration:15min
Denver downtown UFO sighting

I live downtown, have a roof top loft. I have a hammock up there, and I went up to have a smoke. I looked up as I always do when I smoke out there. I saw movement, looked like just another star, but moving. This object had to be way up there, it was a size of a small star. No blinking lights, no color, just looked like every other star up there, except it moved, and moved and stopped ever so often. I followed this movement , thinking it was a satlite ( which I have seen, they move in a straight line, and also look like a normal star, I see these often when I camp in the rockies) but the movement was all over, not supper fast, but the speed would decrease and increase, or even just stop. So this object, I followed, and then another one caught me eye, its the movement of these objects that catches your eye. Now there are two objects, I watched the two objects fly, and stop, fly and stop. Again no flashing lights, WAY to high up to be a plane, the movement is something i've never seen ever in my life! I watched till the two objects flew behind a high cloud thin cloud that was over partially over downtown. When I camp , the view of the stars is clear, but downtown there is light pollution. I took this into consideration, but the MOVEMENT , the stopping, the different speeds. I'm very skeptical person, dont buy into this hollywood, saucer, green little men thing. But what I saw last night had me a bit worried. Maybe other people saw this event, but again, its not obvious just looking up at the stars. I was watching the sky for serveral minutes before I saw movement and the objects. No noise, no beams, nothing of that nature, they were the size of small stars, very high up, and the same color of the surrounding stars ( probably due to them being so high up, that the sun reflects back just like the stars).