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Sighting Report
Occurred : 4/28/2005 21:00 (Entered as : 04/28/05 21:00)
Reported: 3/2/2009 9:25:05 PM 21:25
Posted: 3/19/2009
Location: Cuernavaca (Mexico),
Shape: Light
Duration:1 minute
Bright Red-Orange-White Ball of Light in Cuernavaca, Mexico

While at a bar in Cuernavaca, Mexico, which is south of Mexico City, the bar owner told my wife and I and her sister and friend who were sitting at the back of the bar that the people sitting out front saw something in the sky. When we got outside, there was one glowing red-orange-white orb of flashing light in the distance. There seemed to be a large hill in the distance and the orb was maybe a few hundred feet above the hill, but it was hard to tell. It was perfectly stationary for the minute or so it stayed there.

The surprising thing was that the people outside said they saw it speed across the sky very quickly to it's current position and just stop there. This is where and when we saw the light, which was glowing like a disco ball, but flashing a thousand times faster and much brighter. We did not see it fly across the sky, but if I had I would have been even more astounded. I had never seen anything like this before in my life until the summer 2008 when I saw something very similar in Croatia over the Adriatic Sea, amazingly about 30 seconds after I told this story about the Mexico sighting to my sister and cousins in Croatia. I will post that one as well.

After about one minute, the object slowly dimmed over about a period of 30 seconds and was gone. The children of the family we were staying with said they have seen orbs of light over the trees in their backyard while they played golf there. The father said that near or in Cuernavaca there is a hill or mountain where many "hippies" come to visit because of all the strange lights, orbs, etc, and that the Mayans and Aztecs both thought this hill was of special importance.


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