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Occurred : 5/1/2003 19:00 (Entered as : 05/01/1903 19:00)
Reported: 4/6/2005 6:32:17 AM 06:32
Posted: 5/11/2005
Location: Wakefield (UK/England),
Shape: Triangle
Duration:3 minutes?
me and my cousen were walking home from a fishshop when we stopped to look at what we assumed to b some srt of shooting star.

seconds later a triangular object flew over our heads maybe only 18 feet above? it was just above the houses of the street we were in. i have never mentioned this to ne1 before and my cousen (even though he ran home petrified) denies all knowledge.

i am writtin now because the object that flew over us was EXACTLY that shown on ure site! i saw it n the hairs on the back of my neck stood up. before that night i was convinced ufos did not exist and were all explainable.

while the object was over us there was not a single sound and it doesnt make ne sense. after it flew over us it seemed to disaper off in front of us and then when we looked back at the "star we had seen" it suddenly moved from north to east wich for the distance must have traveled at thousands of mph

then another star apeared seemed to hit the first one and the first star then moved eradically across the sky we followed it as it went behind the house on the corner and then we lost view of it behind my cousens house the first star seemed to "flash" red and blue but mainly blue even though it stayed white too but the second that seemed to colide with it was just white the main thing that really scared us was the silent triangle the "floated" across us.

like i say b4 that night i did not belive at all and have never said a wrd to ne1 but the picture of the triangle on ure site was unbeliveable even dwn to the lights.

i hope this is useful to you as i would one day like to know wat the hell it was.

((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the incident is approximate. Witness describes himself as a public servant, with considerable training in the sciences. PD))