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Occurred : 4/16/2015 20:25 (Entered as : 04/16/2015 20:25)
Reported: 5/5/2015 12:02:49 PM 12:02
Posted: 5/8/2015
Location: Corona, CA
Shape: Sphere
Duration:8 seconds
White glowing orb chased by Helicopter over the 15 freeway in Corona, CA.

April 16th, 2015, right around 8:25PM. I was outside talking to my girlfriend on the phone while standing in my driveway scanning the clear, evening skies. I do this often as I very much consider the area near my home a UFO hotspot. I've had quite a few UFO sightings over the past 3.5 years and all were from this spot in my driveway.

But since the last experience was October 19th, 2014, I was mentioning to the GF that it had, "been a while since I'd seen any unusual space activity. Not even a falling star". She replied, "Maybe that means something big is about to happen". I'm looking down my driveway facing west toward Corona, CA, at this time.

As soon as she finishes that sentence, maybe 1.5 miles away from me, I see a helicopter flying north to south in persuit of a brightly lit, beachball sized, orb at about 90+ mph and 1000+ feet above the 15 freeway. I ran to the end of the driveway in time to see them both disappear behind the foothills headed toward San Diego. Probably 8 seconds total viewing time.

I finished talking to the girlfriend and jumped on the computer to see if anyone else had seen what I had. I quickly found a group of 3 separate people sharing their experiences and I added mine as well.

Like I said earlier, this is just one of a few sightings I've had over the past 3.5 years. Some have been very bizarre, to say the least. But as crazy and unbelievable as some of these reports may seem. From my experiences, this phenomena is true and it's as real as you and me.

If you haven't yet seen a UFO but always wanted to, here's the secret… There is no secret. Day or night, get yourself in the habit of looking up everytime you go outside. Be patient, and keep your eyes to the skies. It will probably happen sooner than you think.