|Occurred : 8/22/2020 22:00 (Entered as : 08/22/2020 22:00)
Reported: 8/23/2020 2:26:33 AM 02:26
Location: Spanaway, WA
|A large bright stationary "star" spit out several star looking objects which would then disperse in different directions.
A large bright stationary "star" spit out several star looking objects which would then disperse in different directions.
The objects then moved across the sky in different directions while visibly dodging other objects in the sky.
Some of these formed triangles following a single craft.
The large bright stationary "star" then spit out 1 large RED CRAFT. These objects were high enough in the sky to have the appearance of stars.
The red craft shot across the sky diagonally which crossed directly above me and my sister. The res craft was bright enough that we figured we could pick it up on camera.
I started recording and my sister asked jokingly asked the "ufo" if the aliens were here to let us know they are here.
Immediately the craft stopped propelling directly above us when she asked almost as if it knew we were staring at it.
The craft then flashed BRIGHT lights down at us and descended towards us rapidly while continuing to flash at us.
Each flash had a heatwave that came with it and our faces felt sunburned while our heads felt like we just had ct-scans.
The craft then hovered above us at an estimated 500 feet above us. It went from clearly above 30,000ft to 500ft above us in a matter of seconds.
As it flashed at us I felt magnetized to stare and almost stuck where I was. It started to get closer and my sister ran inside shouting "RUN" but I felt like I couldnt move. To be honest I don't know how long I stayed outside staring up at the bottom of this craft.
When we went outside about 10 minutes later the craft was gone but you could smell melted tar from our roof.
We then watched multiple crafts roam the sky the entire night.
I do feel that if I had stayed outside longer when the red craft came down that I would have been taken. I am actually not sure if I lost time or actually was taken because the next thing I knew it was nearly midnight.