I will say as much fearing doubts as a response, which is why I very rarely speak of it. But trusting this forum I put my head out there. It happened. The year was 1999, the month of November, at about 3 a.m. The place was Williams Island, an extended piece of property off North Miami Beach where I was both concierge & security for the wealthy residents residing there.
I came outside for some night air at 3 a.m. and was outside for about 10 minutes when I looked up. There above me at about 100 feet was the largest metallic object, a huge triangular object close to the size of a football field, silently floating, without sound, turning to its left. It was so close that I was admittedly shocked. Never fearing a thing in my life, urban jungles of New York City to the jungles of Vietnam, this thing scared me so that I took off immediately for safety locking the door to my station. I went to the window and looked up at it as it turned and slowly moved westward without so much as a hum. Years later when computers were fashionable I decided to check out UFO sightings for that month and year. Much to my surprise right about the same time that I had experienced it many others along the southwestern areas saw the same thing and reported a huge triangular black UFO soundlessly moving through the dark night.
Seriously, I was out camping in the mountains in Norther Cali. Pretty darn tuned up (translate= about the 5th day straight of being...lets just say not sober) and saw a light hovering way out over the ridge line. It would just sit there then move to the right, then the left, etc.
Next day I found out there had been a cop stabbed at a rest stop near by and they had helicopters out looking for the perp. I assume that's what I saw.
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Yeah? No. Not so much on that.
Although an invasion by a foreign alien superpower would presumably go after the highest density of the population first, which mean China and the Asian-Pacific land masses make the most sense, giving us time to prepare.
Sure, I believe it's possible. Especially given the cover ups by our government.
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To believe we are the only intelligent life (I use that very loosely) is crazy. If we are the only think in the universe it seams like an awful waste of space to me.
Yes I have seen a UFO. I grew up 65 miles from Beal AFT home of the U2 and SR-71.
I was a sophmore in high school (The year 1992) I was out mowing the lawn and stopped to get some water. I sat down under the big willow tree and was drinking some water to cool off from the 110* heat. (It's a dry heat). I look to the east and see a shiny object hovering of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is just hovering I thought it was some USAF plane haded towards me so it didn't look like it was moving. Then as I sat there and watched. Just shot to the north over 100 miles in a matter of seconds then back to the middle it flashed 4 times then shot straight up so fast if would have killed any human on board because of the G-forces involved.
UFO doesn't mean aliens. It means Unidentified Flying Object. However the universe is awfully big for us to be the only ones. But you'd have to fly very fast to get here from the next solar system. I think the UFO's are more than likely our own secret stuff.