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Occurred : 3/15/2005 23:45 (Entered as : 03-15-05 23:45)
Reported: 2/15/2008 1:05:02 AM 01:05
Posted: 3/4/2008
Location: Haciendo de Cabanas, Guerrero,
Shape: Disk
Duration:20 minutes
A large radiating craft seen above Playa Paraiso beach, 3 hours from Acapulco.

I went with my friend from New York to a beach called Playa Paraiso, outside of Haciendo de Cabanas, Guerrero. In order to get to the beach you have to cross a lagoon by boat. Since we arrived at around 11:00 PM there were obviously no more boats so we knew we'd have to wait until the morning to go across. The lagoon is not that big. I parked my car in front of the lagoon and sat with my friend watching the sky. We'd been driving for several hours, so we were kind of tired. Suddenly a huge, bright pink/orange colored round object departed from the ocean, and went into the sky. If I had been alone, I would have thought I was hallucinating but my friend saw the same thing. We were both speechless as we saw this object take off into the sky. Instead of disappearing into the sky, it hovered about the ocean for several minutes. The radiating colors of this craft were unforgettable. When it was still, the light that it emitted would shine brighter. But when it moved it would become more dim. Finally it disappeared. My friend and I had shared a strange moment that to this day, few people believe. We slept in the car that night. The next morning when we went across, we asked several people who lived and worked on the beach if they had ever seen something similar. Apparently it is something very common to that area. Everyone we talked to had seen these things, and it seems to be something very common. If someone ever wants to see one of these, I recommend going to this same beach and watching the sky. It has been happening regularly for years and I imagine it will probably continue to happen.


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