Walnut Creek, California, USA; November 25, 2009

Name: Billy Schaub

Date of Sighting: November 25, 2009

Location of Sighting: Walnut Creek, California, U.S.A.

Shape(s) of UFO(s): round (looked like stars)

Size(s) of UFO(s): A little larger than the stars

Color(s) of UFO(s): Bright White then Rust

Number of UFO(s): Two

Distance of UFO(s) in sky: Looked like stars

Direction of Travel for UFO(s): Southeast

Other Known Object(s) (For possible reference, or contrast): Moon, Airplanes

Further Description of Sighting: Standing on my back porch in the dark. Talking to my girlfriend on the cell phone who heard the description as I relayed it to her. (I also called out to my mother who came outside and is also a witness)

Looking up at the stars I noticed two “stars” traveling across the star filled sky. One following the other perfectly. Always at the same distance from each other.

They looked very far up. I watched and I looked for blinking lights but there were none. There were airplanes in another part of the sky. They of course had blinking lights (red, blue).

I watched them travel for two minutes as they crossed the sky. The two bright lights crossed past the moon and 15 seconds later turned a rust red color and ascended till they disappeared.

One thought on “Walnut Creek, California, USA; November 25, 2009

  1. Gilbert

    I am in Stockton and I witnessed the same thing you describe. the two round lights moving at a speed faster than an airplane would seem and keeping the same distance in between. When I first saw them they appeared to be about the sixe of my thumb [arm streched out) as the moved south east in an upward position of about 30 degrees the became very small in size and the luminance decreased within 45 seconds from when I first observed them. Once they passed the moon [as if they went behind it] i no longer could track them in the sky. I googled this and it appears people in sacramento, berkely, state of virginia witnessed this as well. [2010|01|a81cacf7dc50a47fb16452e8014edd68]


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