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Occurred : 5/24/2019 21:30 (Entered as : 05/24/19 21:30)
Reported: 5/30/2019 12:36:39 AM 00:36
Posted: 6/7/2019
Location: Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), WA
Shape: Changing
Duration:1 minute
Cabo UFO Sighting

Our position was facing the Pacific Ocean, looking straight up while sitting on a balcony at the Santos Finisterra Resort.

Extremely high above us coming from a South Easterly direction were two orange/white lights traveling relatively slow, in tandem, headed in a Westward direction. After watching them for about 20 to 30 seconds, they merged together then shot straight out over the ocean at an impossible speed. The light abruptly stopped then split back into two separate lights before shooting into opposite directions, one going north, and the other going south at the same impossible speed. Thinking the event was over we both looked at each other and said, “What the hell did we just see?”

Seconds after reciting that sentence, I caught something out of my right side peripheral view, like a white see-through blur. And the reason I marked three objects, is because now I was pointing out (to our right, north of us) a slow moving, silent triangle shape with three lights (one on each tip) that now seemed to be about 700 to 1,000 feet from us. Visually, it looked completely different from the first two lights, but due to the blur that caught my eye, I believe we were still in the mist of the original event only now it was much, much closer.

The only way to describe the movement of the triangle is that it looked to be slowly tumbling or rolling in the sky. This lasted only seconds before it disappeared behind part of the resort building and was much lower in the sky.


Addendum to; Peter Davenport. This in regards to my May 24th Cabo San Lucas sighting, filed on May 30th, 2019.

After filing my report on May 30th, I was describing my sighting to my daughter an my dad. When I told them the following day, while walking around the marina (in Cabo) that for approximately 5 to 10 minutes a low flying military helicopter flew around the exact area where my friend and I had had our sighting the prior evening. They both, as well as myself felt this was significant enough to add to my report, even more so after telling them I had asked a local vender if the military regularly flew helicopters that low, and in this particular area. I have to be honest with you that I WAS, a little surprised when he responded back with.

“No. Not that I can remember.”