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Occurred : 9/10/2007 20:30 (Entered as : 09/10/07 20:30)
Reported: 9/12/2007 10:55:36 PM 22:55
Posted: 10/8/2007
Location: Burns Junction (100 miles south of), OR
Shape: Chevron
Duration:8 minutes
5 Chevron shaped amber/orange lights (VERY LARGE) all in sink in a horizontal V shape in S.E. Oregon.

My friend and I were hunting out in the desert about 100 miles south of Burns Junction, when just at dusk I saw what were extrememly large Chevron shaped amber/orange glowing lights all in sink, shaped into a "V" (but a horizontal V), approximatley 20 miles away and each one was about the size of the moon. I yelled for my buddy to hur ry up and come look, and within that time, 2 of the lights, one by one, went out, then they came back on. Then a few minutes later, all of them went out. About 10-15 seconds went by, and the 5 lights reappeared again, however, this time they were about 100 miles away and the lights looked about half the size of the moon. Then they all disappeared at once and we never saw it again. There was no sound whatsoever during any of this, and normally, with how close, we should have heard some type of sound from it, butbeing out in the middle of nowhere, you could hear very well, and we heard no sound at all from this aircraft. We were extremely weirded out by it as we have NEVER in our lives seen anything remotely like this. Even my buddy who is a retired Federal Agent - and neither of us feel this was any aircraft from here, unless some type of undisclosed govermental experiment as it was just too large and eary. We are truly perplexed by this. We got a little worried and decided we should pack up early and get out of the area and go home.

I am a Developer in the construction business, age 54 My buddy, a Retired Federal Agent, age 63

Did anyone in the Southeast Region of Oregon see anything similar to this around this this date/time?


((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))