|Occurred : 1/1/2013 00:04 (Entered as : 01/01/13 00:04)
Reported: 3/18/2013 12:10:54 AM 00:10
Location: Capalaba - Brisbane (Australia),
|3 Disc like crafts sighted on the eve of 2013 in Brisbane area Australia.
Hi, I live in Capalaba Qld in Australia. Me and my wife had a couple of friends around to celebrate New Year's Eve with us. Shortly after 10pm we ran out of coke so me and my friend decided to walk to the BP service station which is just behind our house.
As we made our way we observed 2 orange lights steadily moving from the direction of Victoria point towards the back of our house. I am unsure if the light was actual light of the moon light reflecting on the surface of the crafts. They did not flash or make any noise (but did seem to shimmer slightly) and maintained the same distance from each other constantly. As they moved out of sight one of the lights faded away. When we returned my wife and My friends partner told us they had seen them too but observed 3 lights instead of 2. We didn't know what to think and left it at that.
But, shortly after midnight, about 12:04 we saw the lights again, 3 of them in a triangular formation coming from the same direction. Again they moved so silently and softly maintaining the same distance from each other. We were facing towards Victoria point with a clear sky and the moon bright and up to our left. It was when these objects moved underneath the moon that we were convinced that they were alien crafts. The light from the moon cast down on top of them revealing three huge disc shaped crafts with what appeared to be a hard metallic surface. It was hard to tell how high they were but they seemed quite low. Possibly the height a news chopper would fly at.
I can say with up most certainty that they were not planes or helicopters, hot air balloons, weather balloons or any other man made craft. I have seen all of these things numerous times throughout my life and they look nothing like what we saw that night.
Feel free to ask me any questions that you may have about our sighting.