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from the March 2004 Star Beacon
by Ann Ulrich Miller
The following is a UFO report Kate Robinson
filed with MUFON, sent to me by Chris Lock.
“My children and I were reclining on a blanket on a hill in the center of the
north side of Himmel Park near Treat Ave. and Speedway Blvd. in Tucson, Ariz.,
on Sunday, Jan. 18, 2004 at about 4:15 p.m. I was lying face down reading a
novel, and my 12-year-old and 9-year-old kids were sitting up playing video
games and looking around.
“We had only been in the park about 10 minutes when my son noticed two points
of light like stars directly overhead. I turned over and my daughter and I
looked up to see them. The sky was very clear and blue except for some thick
low gray clouds scattered at the horizon in the north over the Santa Catalina
mountains and in the east over the Rincon mountains. I thought we’d
immediately see the ‘stars’, but it took some concentration to see them
clearly. They were nearly directly overhead at a high noon position on a
roughly horizontal line.
“I thought that perhaps because of the late hour of the day, though not yet at
dusk, that perhaps we were literally seeing stars or planets. Still flat on my
back, I extended my arm directly over my head and made a fist with my thumb
extended. If I placed my thumb midway between the two points of light, there
was about a 1/4 of an inch of space between the sides of my thumb and the two
points of light.
“Much to my surprise, the two lights began very slowly rotating (in the same
configuration as though fixed to a line) until they were somewhat vertical.
Then they very slowly began drifting toward the northeast. They moved roughly
in an arc of about two arms-length. We watched about 10 minutes, until my kids
asked me to move over to make more room on the blanket. I did so, but lost eye
contact with the points of light and was never able to see them again.
“After about five minutes of searching, my son was able to see them again for
just a minute until they seemed to disappear. The phenomenon that seemed most
peculiar was a barely visible purplish cloud or mist I estimate to be about
two miles in diameter that hovered and moved with the points of light. I had a
sense of some type of cloaking phenomenon happening. The purplish mist was
very indistinct and seemed to completely blend in with the sky at times.
“At all times during and after, my kids and I felt completely in control of
our consciousness and emotions. We simply felt some curiosity and a sense of
wonder about what the star-like lights could be. We speculated that they might
be some lead lights of a large craft or some sort of satellite.
“There were scattered people in the park, mostly walking, jogging, playing
with balls and frisbees, or sitting at picnic tables. Some transient men with
a shopping cart and a TV had plugged the TV in at a ramada adjoining a small
building with restrooms nearby (about 150 yards westward from the hill we were
on) and were watching a sporting event. I didn’t see anyone else take any
interest in looking up at the sky.”
(Kate’s e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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