Newport Beach, California, USA; July 19, 2009

Name: Katie

Date: July 19, 2009

Location: Newport Beach, California

Message: hmmmm that’s interesting. On sunday July 19th. A friend and I went to the Newport Beach pier at night to celebrate his bday.

We were laying down on the sand looking up at the stars when I noticed there was a star that was brighter then the rest and I was trying to figure out if it was a planet or a star…until it started moving…I nudged my friend beside me to make sure I was not seeing things and pointed out to this bright ball of light and asked him if it was moving and sure enough he said “OMG it is!!!”

As we are laying there watching this thing I started to freak out because it was flying backwards forwards sideways diagonally at a very high rate of speed…more like jumping across the sky. I started to do the whole fight or flight response thing and I chose flight lol so I grabbed our towels and was like let’s go!

I did not want to stay to see what it could possibly do. Although now that night has passed I wish I had cause I am more curious then ever. My friend and I know for a fact it was not the space shuttle in orbit, nor a satellite, or a plane/helicopter.

And what’s more bizarre was my friend back at home had a dream about me being visited by a ufo that very same night and had woke up screaming. She told someone about her dream that very next morning before I had even spoken to her…is that creepy or what? and she had the dream around the same time my friend and I saw whatever it was.

One thought on “Newport Beach, California, USA; July 19, 2009

  1. Chris Adams

    Every night from 7pm-11pm my mother and I have witnessed a UFO posing as a bright star and eventually blinks out over the pacific ocean. It starts off as a very intense bright star around 7pm and thoughout the evening moves very very slowly. It starts off in the east and fades over the pacific before it blinks out. I began to realize this isn’t a star when I was walking my dog one evening, it was a cloudless summer night in August, it was beautiful to look at the stars and take my dog for a walk. As i began to walk, I looked up at the bright “star” and it just turned off. I thought that was kind of weird. So when i got home, I sat in my backyard with my mother and told her, as to her dismay she didn’t believe me so i wanted to prove it. We watched the star and in 17 minutes time, the star began to move. When it moved, it was wobbly. And right before it moves it shoots off a red light into the air. This happens every night, we are pretty sure this is a training mission or something of the sort for this UFO that eventually keeps moving very slowly and blinks out over the pacific ocean every night. If you live in newport beach, california look out in the sky around this time for a bright star, it might take roughly 30 minutes for it to move, but you will see this.


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