Location: Taheke, in the Hokianga, Far North of New
struck me as someone who might be interested in my sighting
- but more so as someone who might be able to shed a bit
of light on it.
saw it from a place called Taheke which is in the Hokianga,
Far North of New Zealand, (West Coast). It was south/west
when in turbulence and when it disappeared from sight it
was North/west. It was so far away it looked like it was
travelling around the earth's hemisphere?...if thats the
was no different to most reportings: It was along way away
as the flashing lights (red & blue), were about the
same size as the stars. In fact I first thought it was a
satellite. But the thing that was diferent to most other
sightings which you may find interesting was...
I went outside and saw it, it was madly bouncing around
and like I said, I initially put it down to being a satellite,
which I thought must have been stuck in some sort of turbulence.
I watched it for I suppose a minute or 2 and before I knew
it, it recovered from the turbulence and just shot off.
This was when I called out to my father in law, as I knew
then it wasn't a satellite. We watched it zoom off a full
quarter or 45 degrees to our right in mere minutes and then
it just disappeared like it was travelling away from Earth.
I know it wasnt a man built plane or jet as 1/. it or any
man in it would never have survived the turbulence; 2/.
it was travelling at a ridiculous speed, and 3/. It handled
the turbulence like it was a regular occurence!
you ever heard of a UFO being caught in this type of turbulence