Thursday, October 27, 2005

UFOs Reported On West Coast

UFOs Over Mt Davidson
Unidentified lights reported over the West Coast

The San Francisco Chronicle

     Residents across California and people as far east as Las Vegas reported seeing strange lights in the sky late Wednesday, according to the Vandenberg Air Force Base on the central coast.

     Base command staff at Vandenberg, Travis Air Force Base and Edwards Air Force Base said there were no military aircraft in the sky that would have caused the lights. The air force bases also said there were no test missile launches Wednesday. Such tests have, in the past, resulted in light patterns that can be seen in across the California coast.

     The bases did not send aircraft to check on the reports of lights.

     The Federal Aviation Administration's West Coast office had no reports of the lights and no aircrafts were unaccounted for.

     San Francisco resident Tim Sinclair said the lights appeared to be near the cross at the top of Mt. Davidson Park. Sinclair, who lives near the park, described them as a series of solid lights that appeared to be hovering. When viewed through binoculars, the lights appeared to vibrate, he said.

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