Alpharetta, Georgia, USA; April, 2009

Date of Sighting: End of April/Beginning of May 2009

Location of Sighting: Alpharetta, GA

Shape(s) of UFO(s): huge 3 story type craft oval type rectangle

Size(s) of UFO(s): it appeared to be 3 levels with windows

Color(s) of UFO(s): it was all white lights, very lite up and bright-beautiful actually

Number of UFO(s): One Craft, Large

Distance of UFO(s) in sky: It appeared very close and low in the sky horizon of our cul de sac, could prefectly see it

Direction of Travel for UFO(s): sitting, as if parked in the sky-stationary

Other Known Object(s) (For possible reference, or contrast): I have tried to look for something simialar on line as it was very large

Further Description of Sighting: It was approx. between 12:30a.m.-2:00a.m. in the night not exactly sure of the date but was thru the week last week in April or First week in May 09

One thought on “Alpharetta, Georgia, USA; April, 2009

  1. Hal T

    Starting at 10:30PM, on June 7th 2010 in Alpharetta, GA, two of us residents spotted a bright, red star in the NW direction. The object was apparently a star: it shined, was a round dot, and did not move at all. Unlike other stars, it had a slight red tint, prompting us to think it’s Mars, but it wasn’t. It shone brighter than any other star considerably, making us think it may be the north star, which it was no where near. It was at least ten times as bright as the north star. IT also twinkled like a star, no apparent rhythm, but was brighter. THrough binoculars, it looked jut like a star, but a lot larger. We thought it may be a close satellite or the ISS, but it was not moving. We watched it for about 45 minutes, from three different locations, and kept it in constant sight for half an hour uninterrupted. Aside from being low on the horizon NW, very bright, and slightly red tinted, it looked and acted just like a star. We have 5 minutes of footage, though it is just a barely discernible dot on the horizon due to the darkness and camera. We left as it wasn’t moving, and we thought we could go to a higher vantage point with a better camera. One of us forgot a blanket at one of the locations we spent the most time in, and when we went back to get it, it was completely gone. There was no trace of it, the patch of sky it occupied was now blank. With this, we were both lead to the conclusion that this unmoving object was no plane, heli, or satellite, and since it disappeared, it was no celestial body. We realized we forgot the blanket no more than a minute after we left, and it was completely gone when we came back. If it were a very slow moving object, leading us to perceive it as stationary, it could not have moved enough to disappear from our line of sight in one minute. My biggest regret is I missed the disappearing act while trying to get a better vantage point ;( [2010|06|70b6acb22425ca941931dad732ba19e5]


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