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A friend and witness recalls seeing a boomerang or chevron shaped craft over Houston, Texas.
I didn't see the boomerang in Round Rock though did see something relatively similar in Houston around 2001-2002 (sometime in March to April.. its been a few years so forgive the lack of date details. It was also around 1-2 in the AM). I'm not sure if I reported this to you since I've 'met' you online.
I was living in Houston that the time in Spring Branch just off Voss road near hwy I-10. I'd just come back from a get together with some girl friends and was sitting outside with my husband at the time,= along with one of his friends. His friend was turned away from the house facing approx South, I was facing roughly ENE and my husband was facing roughly north. In front of me was a small bend in the roofline topped by the crown of an oak tree. The moon was out and close to full and slightly southwest of me, I had to turn around to see it .. I remember this as we'd been discussing how to see the moons of Jupiter and it was not far from the moon at that time. Within 15-20 mins of this I was looking over near the oak tree to my ENE and noticed movement in the sky coming from just north of that. I focused my eyes and grew way too excited to be able to tell the guys what I was seeing. I basically turned into Grok the caveman's wife and began to grunt and hoot and jump up and down while pointing at the sight ( I'm sure my sleeping neighbors appreciated this lol)
My x did see it in part before it went completely overhead. His friend scanned the entire sky too fast and never locked eyes on it so saw nothing.
I saw : A 'chevron' shaped object approximately the size of my outstretched hand from thumbtip to middle finger ( my hands aren't that large) .. it was either lit a -very- pale orange or was so metallic it was reflecting the city lights very vaguely. There were seven lights spaced along it with one centered on the center front angle. These were only slightly more visible than the object itself. There were no hard edges on the object, the ends and front angles were rounded off.
My x saw the lights plainly but never got a good look at the shape that surrounded them. He could not see the faint glow of the chevron or boomerang shape, only the shape the lights seemed to take. By the time he saw it, it was near half way across the sky and was soon obscured by the tree line at the south side of our yard. It didn't seem to be traveling quickly though without a scale of the craft, that was hard for me to decipher. My x felt it was a 'huge' craft though I had nothing to judge it against and no way to know how far up in the sky it was traveling.
We heard not a sound from it. It was very late and the sound of the highway, about 6-8 blocks away, could be faintly heard, but no airplane noises or the like were ever discerned. ( we did attempt to listen despite my earlier theatrics when trying to get them to look)
The state of the internet at that time was nothing like today though I remember finding at least one pic that was similar if not completely the same. Of course I went right inside and tried to find one that anyone else had also seen lol. I did NOT make any reports. at that time I was a bit skeptical that anyone would want to hear my story, even Mufon or other like organizations.
Before that time I'd been leading small groups out into the the woodlands north of Houston, in a national forest area. We called it " ufo hunting' though it was mostly star gazing and some energy work/spiritual stuff going on out there. I'd trained myself and others how to look for shooting stars, anomalous objects and satellites by looking at one part of the sky and allowing ones peripheral eyesight to detect motion before darting ones gaze towards it. Scanning the sky, as my x's friend did, tends to make one miss any actual movement, which is the only logical reason we could give to the fact that the friend never saw what both of us did.
Anyway, the similarity between your recent post and my experience prompted this email, though the one I saw had clearly defined edges. Also the rounded edges of its ends was very much as mine was. The angle of mine was slightly different, somewhat tighter of an angle, not as widely spread apart though I was viewing it at a roughly 25 degree angle. Mine also had a definite set of lights though they were only slightly brighter than the vague glow or reflective skin of the object.
If I've reported this to you before, my apologies. I had a momentary case of internet amnesia and couldn't find the search option on your site.
On a side note.. congrats on your recent show at the Para conference in Tyler. I hope all went well! Sounds like you've been quite busy with your investigations and such!
Hope all else is well!
Many good thoughts!
[Name withheld by SW/LITS]