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Occurred : 6/1/2006 17:00 (Entered as : 06/01/2006 17:00)
Reported: 4/16/2009 2:56:07 PM 14:56
Posted: 5/12/2009
Location: Clinton Township, MI
Shape: Disk
Duration:Less than a minute
Floating Saucer witnessed in Clinton Twp Michigan.

My mother, brother, and I were driving back to my mom’s house when I saw a very bright light in the sky in the midst of all the tall leafless trees. It caught my attention because it was bigger than anything else shining in the sky and a lot brighter. I had to interrupt their conversation twice so that they could take a look at what I was seeing. My mom’s house was located in a large area where the only lights you could see outside were the front porch lights if that.

As we got closer to my mom’s, which meant more darkness, the one bright light seemed to change into about 8-10 colorful lights all blinking in a row. This caused my mom to stop the car on the road and we all proceeded to get out of the car and look up at the object. It was a round shaped, saucer like object, however only half of the circle was lit. It seemed very quiet and it was right above our heads in the sky. It almost seemed like it was planned for us to be right underneath it.

After we snapped out of it, I told my mom “Let’s go tell the guys, they will never believe us! Hurry before it goes away!” I wanted my step-father and husband to observe this UFO so that they wouldn’t think we were crazy when we told them about our sighting. We rushed back in the car and drove to my mom’s about 7 seconds away from the sighting. As we ran out of the car and made it to the porch the UFO flew off at a speed I had never before seen in my life of anything in the sky. It was in the next city in a matter of 2-3 seconds I believe. Of course as we came inside to explain what we had just witnessed they laughed.


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