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Occurred : 12/30/2007 20:15 (Entered as : 12/30/2007 20:15)
Reported: 4/10/2008 1:00:13 PM 13:00
Posted: 6/12/2008
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
Shape: Other
Duration:3-4 SECONDS
B2 shaped UFO observed in the sky

This object appeared within several hundred yards from where I was walking my dog that evening. I happened to catch it in the corner of my eye, atfirst thinking it was a bird (we have geese and a large white owl in this park). Unfortunately, I had on earphones listening to my mp3 player so I did not hear any sound coming from the object, however, even at my usual volume I can hear autos and small planes. I heard nothing during my viewing. The object was heading due East (flying west to east). What immediately caught my eye was that it appeared transparent, it was a starry evening, relatively clear, and it looked like the stars were reflecting from the bottom of the object. I saw no lights whatsoever so I knew this was no a civilian or possibly even military aircraft. Size wise, I would say it was about as big as a small private plane. Oddly, the most striking resemblance I can compare it to is the wingshaped B2 bomber. It had a dome cockpit type area and wings that had cut outs similiar to the B2. This object was much smaller. I did not see any lights until it was almost out of sight and it appeared that above the edges of the wing tips there were circular housing that emitted a bright, glowing red light. Again, above, not below like a normal aircraft. I would estimate it's speed at approx. 150-200mph.(I do that having been to many air shows and observing other aricraft over the years. I was approx. 200-500 feet high, which I also found odd seeing that it was heading directly over the center of town.

I go to the same area many nights during the week. I have yet to see it again.


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