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Occurred : 6/6/2012 21:15 (Entered as : 06/06/12 21:15)
Reported: 6/7/2012 3:20:10 PM 15:20
Posted: 6/8/2012
Location: Milford, CT
Shape: Sphere
Duration:5 minutes
Orange and yellow round object transiting area at low altitude (no noise or tail) was spotted by 3 adults.

I was riding in the car as a passenger with my husband as we were on our way home from babysitting our grandchildren on Wednesday night, June 6, 2012 at around 9:15 PM. We were heading west and we spotted an unusual object in the sky as it came in over the water just south of BDR (Sikorsky Airport).

It was heading from the southwest to the northeast. It looked like it came over Milford starting at the the Point Lookout area on Long Island Sound and was not travelling at any great speed. It seemed to maintain level flight as it transited the area.

My husband pulled the car over on New Haven Avenue near the intersection of Buckingham Ave. and we both got out to watch the object as it cruised directly above us and we were joined by another passerby who saw the object and pulled over, but we did not get his name.

The object glowed orange and yellow, was round in shape and the light it cast was not a type of light I've ever seen before; it was not bright like a landing light, but subdued and sort of pulsed yellow and orange. There was no sound coming from it and there was no tail like you would see with a meteor or shooting star. It was pretty low too, when it finally disappeared into the clouds, they were scattered but looked between 2,000 and 3,000 feet.

It’s hard to estimate size, especially at night, but I can only compare it to that of a full moon compared to the stars, but I am sure that was because it was not at any great altitude. The siting lasted about 5 minutes until the object disappeared into a cloud.

I was a Cessna Dealer back in the 1980’s and worked at Sikorsky Airport where my husband was an air traffic controller. Though I am not a licensed pilot, my husband, a retired air traffic controller is, and we flew often. I am familiar with what aircraft look like and sound like and this was no traditional craft.


((NUFORC Note: We spoke via telephone both with this witness, and her husband. We found them to be exceptionally objective and eloquent, in describing their sighting. We suspect that they are unusually good witnesses. PD))