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Occurred : 5/11/2007 00:00 (Entered as : 05/11/07 0:00)
Reported: 5/12/2007 11:19:05 AM 11:19
Posted: 6/12/2007
Location: Seattle, WA
Shape: Sphere
Duration:35 min
Spinning spherical light which dissappeared and reappeared several times, moving west to northwest changing red before dissappearing.

I live in Seattle, Washington. I’m a 30yr old woman. I consider myself spiritual but not religious. I’m an artist, who loves to meditate. I have a strong intuition, and consider myself an open minded person. I have felt that we are not alone on this planet my entire life. However, I never had an experience like the one I’m about to share with the National UFO reporting center.

Last night at around 11:50pm my partner and I were looking out of our window, which faces west when we saw something in the sky. It seemed pretty close to the horizon, but also seemed pretty far away. I can’t say how far the object was. The object in question was a spherical light, which started off a bit dull and muted, and quickly brightened. At its brightest it looked as though it were spinning, or had spinning lights.

It then turned an orange-red color and disappeared. A few minutes later it reappeared in a different spot. It started off dull and then brightened just like the first time. Then turned red and disappeared again. Over the next half hour it disappeared and reappeared six different times. Each time it seemed to be moving west to northwest.

The sphere and light was mostly white, and only changed to red prior to disappearing. Although at one point as we watched it spin, I saw some blue-green color. We stopped watching at 12:18am and went to bed. I don’t know what we saw, but it was an unidentified flying object. Thank you for your time.

Sincerely, ((name deleted))

((NUFORC Note: We believe that a sighting of Venus would have to be ruled out, before we could conclude that the witnesses observed anything unusual. D))