Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA; September, 2009

Date of Sighting: mid September 2009 12:00am

Location of Sighting: Fort Wayne IN Heading SW to NE

Shape(s) of UFO(s): Bright White light

Number of UFO(s): 2

Direction of Travel for UFO(s): SW TO NE

Further Description of Sighting: I was out on my deck just before bed, and I saw a very bright light in the south west sky very low. I thought it was a helicopter but I didn’t hear anything. The flight path was going to pass right over my house, I opened the sliding door and grabbed my binoculars that were 3 ft away and told my wife that was standing just inside the door to come out.

We walked out on the deck and I looked to the SW were it was 5 seconds ago and it was gone. My wife who is a total non believer in anything paranormal said THERE IT IS!!, not “Is that it?” As I was putting the binoculars to my eyes a second one moved parallel to it, I saw them with my binoculars for about 5 seconds and they blinked out moving North East At A very high rate of speed.

Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA; September 19, 2009

Name: Kelly Hoffman

Date of Sighting (and time if known): 9/19/09 9:15PM

Location of Sighting: Fort Wayne, IN, USA

Shape(s) of UFO(s) (If Known): Fairly round, white slightly variant fireball; the shape changed like the silhouette of a bonfire changes. The object was low in the sky, clearly visible over our 40-ft. tree line, and moved steadily from NE to SW in a very straight line, then the lights went out completely. THERE WAS NO NOISE AT ALL! Had we known another would come 3 minutes later, traveling the same path, we would have ran for the video camera. A third did not appear, once we had the camera…..

Size(s) of UFO(s) (If Known): About the size of a helicopter, but without ANY noise at all.

Color(s) of UFO(s) (If Known): Mostly white light.

Number of UFO(s) (If Known): 2

Distance of UFO(s) in sky (If Known): Not far visually above our tree line-we have 40-foot pines. I’m sure it was at least 1000 feet up?

Direction of Travel for UFO(s) (If Known): NE to SW, straight across the sky (not dropping like a meteor or falling star would).