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Occurred : 10/22/2005 21:10
Reported: 10/24/2005 8:06:21 PM 20:06
Posted: 11/3/2005
Location: Little Rock, AR
Shape:
Duration:3-4 seconds
My name is ((name deleted)), I live in Little Rock AR.


On Oct.22nd 2005 at approximately 9:10 pm (CDT), I was out on our back patio smoking a cigarette and looking up at the sky about 45 degrees from the horizon in a west north westerly direction.

Right were I was looking, I noticed that a couple of stars blinked on and off. That immediately caught my attention.

A second later I’m starting to make out a "V" shape in the sky. I’m first thinking it must be geese, but in a fraction of a second, I realized I’m looking at an incredible object of great size, almost as big as a commercial airliner, almost right on top of me by then.

I also am very aware that there is no sound whatsoever, not even the movement of air.

The object was "Y"- shaped, traveling at great speed in an east south easterly direction. I noticed on the bottom of this object, there were round concave or perhaps bulging circles. I can only estimate the number but i would say approximately 12 of these circles were laid out very symmetrically along the Y.

This object had no lights or no self luminescence. The only way I seen this object is because it was only approximately 150 feet off the ground and the street lights reflecting from its great size allowed me to see these for only 4 seconds at the most, but those 4 sec. have left an impression on me that I'll always remember.

After it came over, our two dogs and both neighbors dogs were barking like crazy. I then ran into the house to get my 3 children. I was so shook up, I was babbling, trying to explain to them what I had I just seen.

I feel really fortunate to have witnessed this phenomenon. Had I not been where I was and looking up during those 4 seconds I would have never seen this great object. Like I said earlier there was no sound to alert me to look up. I was just fortunate.