|Occurred : 10/13/2010 22:45 (Entered as : 10/13/2010 22:45)
Reported: 10/14/2010 11:14:12 AM 11:14
Location: Las Vegas, NV
|Shapeshifting object seen over Las Vegas drive-in movie theater.
My friend and I decided to go to the Las Vegas Drive-in movie theater on October 13, 2010 at about 9:45pm. We drove up to the screen that was showing our movie which pointed the car in the north direction in the large parking area. I was sitting in the driver's seat and my friend was in the passenger's seat to the right of me. There were a few cars around us and another screen directly to the right. It was facing east and playing another movie. There was also another screen facing east that was next to the second screen farther south of the parking area.
About an hour into the film, my friend gasped and asked "what is that?" I glanced above the screen that was showing our film and we both noticed a V shaped object with circular lights on its underside. It was descending at a 90 degree angle just above and to the right of the screen. It was smaller than the moon in comparison. Its overall color was not determinable. It seemed to descend in a fashion that mimicked a bird's.
Before it passed behind the screen that was directly to the right of our car, the V shape of the object changed into a W shape. I still can't explain how it managed to do this. There was no sound of an engine or anything that would propel the craft. After it passed behind the screen to the right and right before it disappeared behind the second screen to the right, it began to fade away into nothingness. It looked as if it activated some sort of cloaking mechanism that appeared otherworldly and frankly, unnerving. I don't know if it landed because it disappeared in a manner compared to smoke dispersing. After the fading object passed behind the second screen, it was gone.
I don't know if anyone else noticed this but I would assume that others had to, giving that the craft was quite noticeable and projected a feeling of fear and a foreboding presence.
((NUFORC Note: Possibly migratory birds, but that is only a guess. PD))