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Occurred : 3/2/2018 21:10 (Entered as : 03/02.2018 21:10)
Reported: 3/20/2018 2:27:37 PM 14:27
Posted: 3/23/2018
Location: Fort Worth, TX
Shape: Sphere
Duration:76 minutes
I observed and filmed a brilliant bright blue sphere moving in the night sky, as I stood outside my house in Ft. Worth, TX

Location: Fort Worth, TX, 76114

On Friday March 2, 2018 at 21:10, while standing in front of my house in Ft. Worth, Texas, I observed a bright blue sphere in the night sky. As I looked up at the brightly lit full moon, my eye was immediately drawn to the brilliant blue sphere. I immediately pulled out my phone and captured a picture, time stamps on phone show the first picture taken at 20:11.

At one point I ran inside to retrieve my digital camera. I was inside for about 3 minutes. I rushed back outside to continue taking more pictures and video. I continued to observe the object for approximately 20 minutes. During this time, I observed the blue sphere moving around in the night sky (screen shot of pics on my phone shows various locations). My attention was still focused on the round blue object.

I went inside and downloaded the images on to my computer to review.

After spending time on my computer, I went out to the backyard to take one last look. To my surprise, the object was still visible in the night sky. I took another photo at 22:27 of the blue sphere.

When I later viewed my pictures and video I saw other objects, what appears to be flying metallic objects.

Even though I was standing in the middle of the street taking pictures, as far as I know none of my neighbors saw anything.


((NUFORC Note: We have looked at the still photos that have been forwarded to our Center by the witness. The small, blue-green object in those photos seems to us to be strongly reminiscent of lens flares, caused by pointing a camera at a bright source of light. However, if the witness did, in fact, see the object with her normal vision, the objects are not lens flares, which are caused by reflections off the surfaces of the lens elements in the objective lens of a camera. PD))