|Occurred : 7/24/2008 10:10 (Entered as : 07/24/08 10:10)
Reported: 7/24/2008 8:35:53 PM 20:35
Location: Spokane Valley, WA
|Two UFO's flying togeather, one red the other white in Washington state
Two Unidentified Flying Objects Seen Flying Togeather, One Red and the Other White
My co-worker and I were surveying not too far from I-90 near Liberty lake WA (Spokane metro area) and after admiring the moon I suddenly noticed a bright star looking object flickering from dim to very bright white in an in-consistent fashion at the 11 o'clock position about half a fingers length from the moon. I had thought to myself that there is no way you would see a star at 10:10 a.m. PDST. The object proceeded to move due east and west little bits at a time making right angle turns to the north then south. The object then immediately darted accross the sky to what seemed at least 100 miles then stopping instaniously remaining stationary for some 15 minutes while moving at a slower rate but makeing right angle turns every few seconds.
We continued working while it remained in the sky when suddenly I noticed it dissapeared the re-appeared near the moon again 2 seconds later. This time I noticed the intense bright white object was joined with a second bright red object looking to be the same size. They seemed to "play" with each other for at least 25 minutes making more right angle turns at incredible rates of speed in the western half of the sky darting from the north to south side.
I could not really make out what size the UFO's were, all I can really say is it appeared to be two bright dots simular to stars in the sky. I am an experienced pilot who flew for many years since I was a child then flying for Forestry for the British Columbia Gov't and I have to say this was by no means any type of conventional aircraft that the public knows. Anyone else seeing anything in the Northwest lately? The thought of the military crossed my mind testing unconventional aircraft/spacecraft such as the T3B reverse-engineered from ET Technology, but who knows right?