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Sighting Report
Occurred : 6/15/1995 15:00 (Entered as : 06/15/95 15:00)
Reported: 7/6/2007 9:36:38 PM 21:36
Posted: 8/7/2007
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Shape: Disk
Duration:45 sec
I saw bright object that huvered and then flew off with very high speed!

I was traveling down leonard street in my town and had to stop for a traffic light,something caught me and my wifes attention in the sky,I said to my wife do you see that and she said yes,what is it she asked?I said I dont know as it hovered high in the sky above us but at an angle that we could see it from my side window.It was shiny and bright and seemed to be standing still,we stared at it while waiting for the light to turn green and then it sped off with a speed never seen before.It appeared to have sensed we saw it and took off.It was a clear day and was no falling star,Ive seen falling stars and this was no falling star!My father in law was following us in his car behind me abaot 4 or 5 cars and when we got home he said he saw it to,we called the local radio station to report this and they said there were no reports that day but A current Afair was in town doing a story on sightings that week over lake Michigan that a air traffic controller saw and reported early that week that we were not aware of,I know this was something out of this world and my father in law is very conservitive and catholic and would not admit to seeing this for fear of being thought of as a idiot but still to this day admits to the sighting when our family gets toghether.I have seen this twice,after a aboat 8 years I saw it near Lake Michigan and it was the same appearance.Im the kind of person that did not belive this stuff(ufo's)but now I am convinced that there our things from other parts of space that are watching us.Me my wife and father in law will testify to this until the day we die.


((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the sighting is approximate. PD))