|Occurred : 7/15/2010 23:00 (Entered as : 07/15/10 23:00)
Reported: 11/30/2011 8:18:07 PM 20:18
Location: Graham, WA
|Observed via a photo a triangle of lights that revealed some sort of space craft when enlarged
During a clear night I was photgraphing, with a digital camera, the moon during a lunar eclipse event! I was planning on using a good colorfull shot of the moon coming out of the eclipse, for use on my laptop as wallpaper.
I used my camera's tripod to get a good steady picture. I took the camera's flash card & downloaded the photos to my laptop & pulled up the 1st photo when I noticed something there that I did not notice while tsking the shot! I could see a triangle of 3 white lights to the left & below the moon. I thought it was most likely an aircraft except that there was no bluring of the image indicating movement! I decided to use the available imaging software to enlarge & enhance the image.
To my astonishment as I slowly enlarged the image, it became some kind of vehicle like I had never seen before. It was actualy a sphere with two apparent round apperatures/windows attached to a long cylindrical body that ended with three long angular arms with a light on each arm! I showed the photo images to my wife & eventualy family members & various friends! My son recommended that I send copies to the newspaper & Mufon. I sent an E-Mail to our paper The Seattle Times offering to send them a DVD copy. They did not respond at all. I contacted Mufon on line & received a response from one of their local reps who asked me to foreward the DVD to him. I then received an e-mail multipage inquiry directly from Mufon's headquarters that included a multitude of related questions to my sighting. The questions were so lengthy & repetitious & un-related that I just gave up trying to finish them & just closed the site down.
I have not attempted to go any further with this siteing report untill now, as I was watching a History Channel special about UFO's!
((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the sighting is approximate. PD))