Two men who were driving on West Colonial Drive late in the afternoon on December 9, 2022, have reported seeing a “sphere-shaped object” in the sky.
According to a report on the National UFO Reporting Center, the two observed a “shiny chrome-looking object in a clear blue sky,” for an estimated four-to-five-minute window of time.
“My friend and I were driving on W. Colonial Dr. It was 12/9/22 and there was not a single [cloud] anywhere in the sky. He spotted a spherical object in the air very far away. To my surprise he blurted out: “ I think I see a UFO!!” when I looked up, I happened to see two airplanes going by, and I said to him those are airplanes, not UFOs. He directs me to a higher spot in the sky, around the 10 o’clock position, and I was finally able to spot the spherical shiny object. Almost 2 seconds later, it completely disappeared; However, it reappeared in a different area within a few seconds (around the 12 o’clock position). We were both almost narrating what was going [on] as it was happening in unison, because we couldn’t believe what we were looking at.
Within around four seconds, of its reappearance, it split into two separate entities. The best way I can describe what happens next, it was as if someone were slurping noodles from a bowl. These objects completely disappeared, going faster than anything we have ever seen before. There was no activity after that for about 2 to 3 minutes, then it reappeared closer to us, around the 3 o’clock position. Once it reappeared, we could see that it was kind of on its side, and it looked like a saucer. It then proceeded to totally disappear again, just to show up around the 4 o’clock position. It repeated this same movement about 4 times in a quick sequence. It then disappeared, never to be seen again, by us. This object did not have any smoke emanating from anywhere. It was truly unbelievable.”-TESTEMONIAL TAKEN FROM NUFORC WEBSITE
No photos were submitted in the report.
The National UFO Reporting Center is a non-profit based in Washington State that publishes its data publicly on its website. It was founded in 1974 by UFO investigator, Robert J. Gribble.