|Occurred : 9/13/2014 23:15 (Entered as : 9/13/2014 23:15)
Reported: 9/16/2014 8:10:08 PM 20:10
Location: Anaheim, CA
|egg shaped object hovering 3 feet off ground. Dark blue with rose/pink pulsaing interior light.
On Saturday September 13, 2014, at 11:15 PM on the 1500 block of West Embassy Street in Anaheim California 92802 (the cross street is Loara 1 block south of Lincoln Avenue).
I observed the following: In the middle of the street (Embassy Avenue) I saw an egg shaped object floating 2-3 feet off the ground. The object was about 2 ½ feet across and it was approximately 20 feet away from me. It was a dark blue like an India ink blue and it blended into the night and the black asphalt. The only illumination was from a street light. I first thought it might have been a helium balloon that had drifted from Disneyland. Disneyland is about 2 miles away and sometimes helium balloons float away and they land in the area. Upon close inspection it had no string attached to it and it stayed in the same position. It never touched the ground.
As I approached the object I could see that the “balloon” had a thin semi-transparent membrane covering it. Inside the object I could see a faint rose/pink colored light that was the size of a football and the light slowly pulsated. It was a faint light. Not bright. And it was inside the object. The object was smooth and it looked like latex. Not metallic. It had no antenna, fins nor propeller. And it had no exterior lights.
As I walked towards the object it remained in place about 3 feet off the ground. My first impression was that it may be a balloon, drone or remote controlled object. But it made no sound. The object was totally silent. It seemed peaceful and tranquil. Not threatening.
As I walked toward it (I did not run or make any fast moves), I thought I would try to capture it but when I got within about 2 feet from the object it slowly rose out of my reach straight up into the night sky. It banked to the north and went over the buildings across the street and out of sight. Its motion was smooth and not fast. I never touched it.
I did not experience any adverse reaction from it. In fact it seemed inviting and almost playful. I regret I did not have a camera with me to photograph it.
I was alone and no one else to my knowledge saw the object.