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Occurred : 3/26/2010 17:20 (Entered as : 03/26/2010 17:20)
Reported: 3/27/2010 9:02:58 PM 21:02
Posted: 4/13/2010
Location: San Francisco, CA
Shape: Unknown
Duration:30 Seconds?
Small white dot flying through sky in San Francisco

A friend and I were at Dolores Park in San Francisco yesterday. The incident occurred somewhere between 5:15 pm and 5:25 pm. It was a sunny day with a bright blue sky. It was cloudless.

We were laying on our backs looking up at the sky. I noticed a pigeon sitting on top of a lamp post that was in the park. I noticed a small white object floating down to the earth. I thought the object was a feather that had fallen from the bird. For some reason, I was fixated on it and watched it float to the ground.

I told my friend to look at the feather and pointed out that it was taking a really long time to hit the ground. All of a sudden (and I know this sounds strange,) the "feather" went up higher in the air instead of coming down. At first I thought a gust of wind blew it higher.

Then, all of a sudden it appeared to shoot through the sky up and over to the right above some houses. The way it was traveling did not seem plausible by Science. It shot FAST across the sky as if the sky was sucking it in. Like it was traveling through another dimension.

I don't know if it was actually a feather that we noticed which drew our attention to the small white object or if the feather transformed into the white object. But it flew SO fast and high and eventually disappeared. As it got further away it looked less and less like a feather and more like a tiny white dot that was glowing. Like a shooting start that went up instead of down. I hope this made sense.

I looked around to see if anyone else in the park was noticing it but no one was. My friend that was with me saw the exact same thing. I had him describe to me in detail what he witnessed to make sure I wasn't seeing things. He described it accurately.