Wednesday, January 03, 2007

My UFO Experience: Strange Lights Over Albuquerque

UFOs Over Albuquerque
By Orlando Gutierrez
Reader Submitted Report

     I live in Albuquerque NM and about 2 years ago my wife and I saw something really strange. I never said anything about my experience except to my close friends.

One night my wife and I were driving home from the Gym. She was driving and I was looking out the window like I almost always do. I noticed three very bright lights in the sky. If I remember correctly they were red, green and purple looking. It was a very unnatural light. Very Neon like. They did not flash or anything like that. At first they were huddled together.

After about a minute of looking at these lights I told my wife to look. We were on a major road in the middle of town. She saw the lights. I kept watching the lights and noticed that they were slowly moving away from each other. One stayed in the original spot where I saw the lights and the other two were drifting oppositely away from the original location. The two lights that were moving separated a lot. I told my wife to keep looking at the lights and she did when she could because she was driving. I kept watching these slow moving lights for about 2 or 3 minutes and then they just disappeared pretty much all at once.

Have you had any other reports about these lights from Albuquerque? I am not lying I did see these lights. My wife admits that she saw them as well, but she thinks I am crazy for thinking they were UFO's. I asked her what she thinks they were and she can not explain what these lights were. Thank you for allowing me to tell my experience.

1 comment :

  1. I'd be interested to know if the lights were in the direction of Kirtland Air Force Base.

    Greg Bishop


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