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Occurred : 12/1/2010 19:00 (Entered as : 12/2010 19:00)
Reported: 12/2/2011 11:28:05 AM 11:28
Posted: 12/12/2011
Location: Stanwood, WA
Shape: Oval
Duration:Seven Seconds
Four Ovals looking like Liquid Mercury Cloaking like Clingons in Star Trek

I’m an amateur astronomer and was setting up my telescope at my local dark sky site when something above visually caught my attention. I will explain the event as if you could hear my thoughts that were going through my mind from the start of the sighting to the end, which was no longer than ten seconds: What? Wow! Those are bright stars! Those aren’t stars; they’re a little bigger and moving. There’s another one! It just appeared and not too far from the others, oh it’s moving to join the others, Oh! They’re gone.

Now to go over what I just saw and put it into words. When I looked up, I saw three objects very shinny moving very slowly in a northerly direction and side by side east to west. Then another one not too far away to the west of the others just appeared as if turning on a light and moved to join them four abreast. As soon as it did all four just disappeared as if you turned off a light. This scenario made me realize that these objects where defiantly under intelligent control.

The backdrop to the objects was the sky and stars and my line of sight to the objects in relation to the horizon was about 50 degrees. It’s hard to say how close they were and how big but the feeling I felt was they were about a mile way and about the size of a car and oval in shape. The only way to describe their appearance is how liquid mercury appears. Smooth and shiny and reflects light. I was left with the impression that four ships where traveling together in cloak mode and for some reason un-cloaked and then went back to cloak (traveling while invisible).

The reason why I didn’t report this until now is that not then but now I’m curious if anybody else has reported a similar event. To me, this is an I.F.O event, not a U.F.O. event.