|Occurred : 3/29/2018 21:02 (Entered as : 3/29/2018 21:02)
Reported: 3/29/2018 10:41:52 PM 22:41
Location: Vancouver, WA
|Brightly-lit bluish/white sphere, maneuvering at impossible speeds and in impossible angles to be an aircraft found on Earth..
Tonight [here] in Vancouver, Washington, we have an apparent full moon and a sporadic cloud-cover - where the stars are clear and highly visible in between the small puffy clouds lit up in the moonlight...
At approx. 9:00 am (for some reason) I stepped outside to look up into the evening sky towards the south - which would be in the direction of East Portland, Oregon (located approx. 5-miles across the Columbia River from where we live)... While gazing up into that direction (at an approx. 30 35-degrees above the horizon), I suddenly noticed a bright bluish/white sphere which appeared to swiftly leap over a small/isolated cloud in an "up/over/and down" type of arcing maneuver (while heading from a northerly position, and then towards the south, as if to hide from my view behind the cloud)...
Approximately 2 or 3 seconds later, and to my shock & amazement, the brightly-lit bluish/white sphere (again) suddenly reappeared from behind the same isolated cloud, and then it leapt back over it in the same exact arcing type maneuver as before, only this time heading towards my direction (to the north from its southerly position from behind the cloud)...
The sphere [then] winked out completely in an instant after retaining the initial position where it had first lit itself up from the north side of the small isolated cloud that was involved in this sighting... The aerial maneuvers that this illuminating sphere had displayed to me were definitely not of any known earthly aircraft found in today's world... I somehow got the feeling that the light had an intelligence inside of it which was controlling its maneuverability, and that when the sphere had suddenly reversed its direction towards me (in a swift/leaping upwards-then-downwards arc), that it knew that I had spotted it, and that it was merely showing-off its seemingly impossible capabilities to satisfy my lifelong fascination & curiosity for this type of phenomena.! ..
I am 60-years old now, and tonight's otherworldly aerial display chalks itself up to be my 4th UFO sighting thus to date.