Monday, November 21, 2005

ARGENTINA: Large Multicolored UFO Seen By Numerous Eyewitnesses at Necochea

UFO Necochea
The Journal of Hispanic Ufology

     At approximately 23:40 hours on Sunday, November 20, 2005, a large multicolored object was seen over the seacoast facing the city of Necohcea in the extreme southeastern corner of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

     Numerous eyewitnesses on the coast were able to witness--after a very hot day-- the maneuvers of a large circular object over the sea and heading southward. The object issued a variiety of lights colored blue, red, yellow and white without making any noise whatsoever.

     The object or ball of light was over the sea facing the city, finally heading south along the coast, becoming lost in the dark of night.

     Workers who were on the city of Necochea's breakwater at the time, in the Puerto Quequén-Necochea area, were also witnesses to this event, as they could see the object's maneuvers from said vantage point.

     "All of us were exhilarated as we worked at the tip of the breakwater - we could see the object, which emitted multicolored lights over the sea. Finally, after several minutes of observations, it lost itself heading toward Punta Negra in the darkness of the night."

     It should be noted that Punta Negra is a coastal community of the City of Necochea, receiving its name by the color of its sands, a consequence of high iron concentrations.

     The squad of workers, approximately 8 people, were working on the expansion of the city of Necochea's breakwater, working a 12 hour shift.

     When consulted, the local Airport reported that no aerial artifacts flew over the area, much less at that time of night.

     There is no doubt that many people witnessed this object, particularly all of those who were enjoying a very warm night facing the shores of Necochea.

* Translation (c) 2005. Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic Ufology (IHU). Special thanks to Guillermo D. Gimenez, Planeta UFO.


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