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Occurred : 11/22/2005 17:45 (Entered as : 11/22/2005 17:45)
Reported: 12/1/2005 5:08:47 PM 17:08
Posted: 12/16/2005
Location: Overland Park, KS
Shape: Unknown
Duration:55 MINUTES
RED, YELLOW, PURPLE, BLUE, ORANGE, GREEN, PINK, WHITE, AND SILVER FLASHING OBJECT HOVERS AND RETREATS BACK OVER 55 MINUTE TIME FRAME.

I was outside in my backyard and I noticed a very strange object hovering over the treelines at dusk. It was just over the treelines of the horizon. It looked to be right over the backyard. It definitely had glimmering lights that were flashing and the lights colors were red, yellow, purple, blue, orange, green, pink, and white. At the beginning of the sighting, it was still outside and no stars were visible. I determined for certain that it was not a satellite, a meteor, a blimp, a comet, etc. Because they move and this object was stationary for about 25 minutes. I thought it may be the star sirius cause I know a little about astronomy and it is the brightest star in our constellations. But when I went outside to investigate further, I saw more signs that this was silver colored. Then the most amazing thing happened. I witnessed the object very quickly move to the northwest and then several seconds later returned exactly to where it was prior. Then a couple of minutes elapsed and it suddenly moved very quickly further from my view in a frontwards motion. It was no longer visible, which means it cannot be a star. I moved back further about twenty-five feet and up a slight hill in my backyard. I could see the object again. I think that the object was beeing operated by intelligent forces because of the way it moved so fast and deliberately. After a couple of more minutes the object retreated a distance into the north and I could no longer see it. It was a very weird experience this happened on November 22, 2005 it was a Tuesday night at 5:45 P.M. I couldn't believe what I saw in my backyard.