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Occurred : 5/20/2009 23:00 (Entered as : 05/20/09 23:00)
Reported: 5/21/2009 7:57:25 AM 07:57
Posted: 6/9/2009
Location: Pinkney, MI
Shape: Light
Duration:3 min
Low flying sliver light came close to town and then off into space.

At around 10:45 a low flying plane, with all its warning lights flashing, was headed in a Northern direction.

My girlfriend and I take several walks through the streets looking at the stars and talking about our hopes, dreams, and those stupid people we have to work with. Last night we took a street we hadn't ventured before. On this new route we walked through a cemetery that over looks a quiet little lake and down through a quite little suburb. A while later we turned to head back home and heard a coyote howling a way. I hadn't heard of a coyote in this area for a while but OK. Once we got back home my girl says for some reason i just want to keep going, I say why not? Just about a mile away on our second trip we turn back towards home. I see a plane heading toward Pinkney, MI not only that but I notice another light from the West heading toward Pinkney. In the military I was stationed at an Air force base and jumped from planes. So happens that I like to stand and watch as aircraft fly over head. As the two got close over town, the one blinking now over our heads and the other still had no flashing lights, it's solid silver. The one light in question not flashing U-Turns towards the North and slips away toward the stars. The direction it took off was between a 45 degree to 70 degree angle from the plane of horizon. Anyone who has heard a plane knows it's engine would be loudly roaring with that type of acceleration. Not only that but I have never seen anything go from town to gone. I have not been open to the thought of UFO's and laughing at those who believe. Although, last night my girlfriend and I sure as hell saw one too.


((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides little contact information. PD))