Published: 12:18 PM 4/4/2012
Cornville, Arizona - 12-10-10
I was on the outside back patio enjoying my morning coffee and the cold crisp air and looking out at the old mining town of Jerome on Mingus mountain towards the west when I spotted a single white cloud.
It was about the size of a golf ball at armís length, and the cloud was moving in my direction towards the east at an unhurried rate of speed.
What struck me as odd was the fact that there were no other clouds in the sky at all as far as the eye could see.
The cloud was also bright white, almost luminous as though shining from the inside from some unknown source.
I continued to watch this cloud coming closer and I stood up to walk to the back wall so the patio roof would not obscure my view never taking my eyes off the cloud when it suddenly stopped moving.
I remember thinking inside my head "A Ha - gotcha!" because at that point as far as I was concerned this was no longer a stray cloud, but a UFO that was cloaked in a vapor/cloud cover to conceal itself.
No sooner had I thought this and the 'cloud/UFO' reversed its course and started to ascend in altitude a bit, it stopped and hovered again, and then resumed its original course heading to the east crossing over the top of the house.
My friend came outside and wondered what I was looking at and I explained what I was seeing and she just rolled her eyes and went back inside to watch the idiot box.
The entire event lasted about 4 minutes or so, and it struck me as funny that the UFO/Cloud panicked and reversed course once I realized what it was and then just continued on course as though to let me know that I can't prove anything other than telling about my experience here on MUFON for others to read.
I have had several dozen sightings of UFOs here in Pennsylvania over the last 4 years of different types of craft like diamond-shaped, golden bell-shaped, disc and star-like as well.
I know that they can 'hear' my thoughts because they almost always react to me saying in my head "I see you!" and they will either brighten up if I ask them to, or quickly and instantly disappear before my eyes, which is kind of spooky.
We are not alone and I for one look forward to the day when they allow themselves to be known to us other than just lights or craft in the sky that we can't touch.
Keep looking skyward and hopefully you too will see what so many of us on the planet have witnessed. It's pretty awe inspiring to me to know that we are not alone in this wonderful universe.