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UFO Sighting

Sighting Basics

Case Number 54207
Log Number US-02222014-0004
Date Submitted 02/22/2014 12:55 UTC
Date of the Event 03/16/2008 03:15 UTC
Source MUFON
Disposition Unresolved
Summary saw an object that was falling below the clouds and breaking apart, it glowed bright changed direction and accelerated up then fell again and blinked out
Tags none

Sighting Location

City Deming
Region New Mexico
Country United States

Sighting Specifics

Viewing Distance Over 1 Mile, Unknown
Sighting Duration 00:00:07
Object Features Unknown
Object Flight Path Path with directional change
Object Shape Fireball
Weather Factors Unknown

Sighting Details

My friend was driving and I was in the passenger seat my sister was sitting right behind me and we were westbound toward Deming NM on March 16th 2008 at about 3;15 am. the moon was bright and it was a scattered cloudy night. something caught my eye out the passenger window toward the north. I saw a green streak of light dropping below the broken cloud cover it was flickering in intensity and saw small white light fragments breaking away and dropping out below it. I said ohh, ohh, ohh, and was pointing toward it when the green light disappeared and my sister and friend looked where I was pointing. The green streak of light appeared again, but brighter then before. The green light had changed direction and as it started to climb in altitude it start to accelerate. the green streak was like a cheap special effect from the movie TRON and didn't look like anything burning, but like it was bleeding off steadily. By this time all of us were staring at the object. It was now visible through the front windshield of the truck by me and it was rising at an angle of about 30 degrees when there was a whitish flash and then it started slowing down and dropping altitude again. this time it was dropping at a angle of 70 degrees or so. it was flickering in intensity then the light just went out. This all took place with in a span of 6 or 7 seconds.

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