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'UFO' Sightings At Coast

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 06:40:37 -0400
Archived: Wed, 21 May 2008 06:40:37 -0400
Subject: 'UFO' Sightings At Coast

Source: The Namibian - Windhoek, Namibia


Wednesday, May 21, 2008

'UFO' Sightings At Coast
Denver Isaacs

A shooting star? Ball of lightning? Visiting aliens from outer
space? Whatever it was, a handful of residents from Usakos are
convinced they saw an unidentified flying object (UFO) pass over
their heads on Sunday night.

According to Hester Schmidt, who was sitting on her porch with
her husband at the time, they saw what looked like a "round ball
with a long tail", passing overhead in the direction of

"We didn't hear anything, but it was extremely fast and it went
really low.

I would say the ball was about 18 inches in diameter as we'd
call it in the old times," she told The Namibian.

Schmidt and her husband's story was corroborated by at least two
others - Thomas Ismael and Sabina Naruses.

"It made a huge light over the town.

My children, my wife, they all saw it.

Everyone is talking about it," Ismael said yesterday.

A quick glance into the history books reveals that this
weekend's "UFO" sighting is not the first of its kind in

Coastal newspaper The Namib Times reported similar sightings
over Walvis Bay in its August 16 1976 edition.

This article is archived on the website www.ufoevidence.org.

In that case, several people reported seeing a "strange
phenomenon" passing over "the wilderness in Walvis Bay".

"Some people referred to the phenomenon as a 'Space Monster' and
said that with the rising of the sun, the 'monster' faded and
later disappeared completely," the article read.

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