Looking Through New Telescope

Looking Through New Telescope

Date: June - 2008

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Imagine this about 300' further down the road, and in a darker setting with dimmer lights on the bottom of the object.

That's pretty close to what we saw, or at least the best I could get artificial intelligence to come up with.

I've written this story in small pieces over the last couple of years, so I thought it was about time I put the whole thing down as a post.

I was living in the Los Angeles area, I had gotten a new telescope, and it was a cloudless night.

A friend & I had driven up to the high desert to a super dark remote area to a tiny town called Lone Pine, CA., it was around 10:30 p.m.

We found a very dark country road, had gotten the telescope setup, and it was my turn to have a look through it.

As I was trying to bring things into focus, my friend who was standing behind me whispers fearfully under his breath what the Hell?!?

I pulled away from the telescope and my friend is pointing down the street.

Floating there silently about 300' away and about 30' off the ground, and slowly gliding across the street, is a rectangular craft, with curved corners, and with 3 large dim almost organic lights on the bottom.

It was slowly moving behind some trees.

I immediately started walking towards it to get a closer view, but my friend is freaking out and begging me not to go, pulling me back in fact.

I chose to stay there, and the object was eventually obscured by the trees.

But about 5 minutes later, after my friend calmed down, I convinced him to at least drive down to the trees with me, to see if it's still there.

By the time we got there, it was completely gone.

In the days and weeks that followed, my friend said he saw it materialize out of nothing, and it just freaked him out.

We actually went back the next night, but no UFO in sight.

I ended up reporting it on a couple UFO reporting sights back then.

It was probably the most amazing thing I've ever witnessed.

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