It Fell From The Sky

It Fell From The Sky

Date: 1985

Location: Between Grand Junction, Colorado and the Utah Border

Bob White was convinced the metal lump fell from a UFO.

Taking the late Bob White's account at face value, he and a friend found this strange lump of metal near a remote highway in isolated America after an apparent UFO sighting.

It was discovered at the location where they claimed to see a multi colored object fall out of a huge ball of light as it ascended upwards into the sky.

As a result of the strangeness of what became known as Bob White's UFO artefact, coupled with the description of how he found it, the object has been branded:

Not just the smoking gun evidence for aliens, but the bullet, by UFO believers ever since.

Mr White has sworn that in 1985 he was asleep while a companion drove him through remote areas between Grand Junction, Colorado and the Utah border.

It was 2:00 a.m. or 3:00 a.m. when his friend awake him a second time to say the light in the sky they saw before was getting bigger.

His account remained steadfast until his death in 2009.

He said:

The light was about the size of a full harvest moon. As we got closer, it grew larger.

When we were a few hundred yards from it, I turned off the ignition and we coasted up close to it.

The metal object close up held by Bob White

It was huge, the size of a very big barn. I got out of the car for a better look.

For some unknown reason, Jan turned on the headlights, and this light went up in the sky as fast as my eyes could follow it.

Then I saw another small light, bright orange with a tinge of yellow, white, and blue falling from it.

Mr. White said he climbed an incline and headed for where he thought it would have landed.

Bob said:

I found a groove in the ground about 18" deep and 9" wide, I followed the groove and there it lay. It was still glowing.

Bob White spent years trying to convince the world his object fell from a UFO.

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