Stanley H. Brown, a Meteorological Aid employed with the United States Weather Bureau, and private pilot, while using a theodolite to follow a pilot balloon saw an object going upward and curving to the west.
About 20 seconds after sighting the first object a second object came into the field of view. The first object flew to the west, while the second object swooped across or near the path of the first object three or four times. The two objects were observed through the 32 power theodolite for a period of 5 minutes.
The objects were almost round, a solid, dull, pure white color, with a thin white mist completely edging each object.