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Occurred : 6/30/2015 21:15 (Entered as : 06/30/2015 21:15)
Reported: 7/21/2015 12:38:51 PM 12:38
Posted: 7/23/2015
Location: Eugene, OR
Shape: Rectangle
Duration:4 seconds
My neighbor and I saw a rectangle with bright blue and red lights traveling away and turning around at unexplainable speeds.

I live in Eugene, Oregon. I live with my grown son in a trailer park, and I am very religious. On June 30th, 2015, a little after 9pm, I was standing outside my trailer to see the bright "star" of Jupiter and Venus together, which many have called the star of Bethlehem. I waved for my neighbor to come off her porch and see. We looked together for a minute toward the west, talking about how it has not happened in 2000 years since Jesus was born.

I turned to go back to my home and she said, "What is that?" I looked above my trailer in the sky and saw what seemed to be an invisible rectangular object with four sets of blue and red paired lights beneath it. The bright blue and red lights were paired together in four places like where the wheels would be under a car. We did not see the rectangle object, only the lights. These were large lights, not tiny pin-sized lights. They did not blink, only glowed cobalt blue and bright red very vividly. At first it was just hovering, then it went up, away south, around and back again and that is when I realized it was not a helicopter. Nothing could travel or turn that fast that I have ever seen before. We watched until it went up and disappeared into the east.

I had a strange feeling while watching that it had been looking at the stars as well, knew we were looking at it, and was trying to get away from us. I don't know if that is true, it is just a sense I had. I did not feel afraid, just calm and curious. I brushed it off, since someone I later spoke with said it was probably a drone. But after thinking about it, this was too big to be a drone, and much too fast.