Published: 7:25 AM 12/22/2013
Hamburg, Pennsylvania - c.2010
Ok, let me state for the record that Iím of sound mind. Outside of my wife, Iíve
never spoken about this or looked to see if anyone else had encountered anything
Its almost 3 yrs. to the date; it was while on my way home from work and
traveling back roads to my home along the Blue Mountain near Hamburg
Pennsylvania that I saw this.
At first I thought it was a military
aircraft flying south to north since I live right by not only the north-south
that the Air Force uses, but also the east-west flight from Indian Town Gap to
Never seeing aircraft this low in this area before, I pulled over
and then I very quickly realized that it wasn't a Stealth.
This craft was shaped
like an offset diamond comparing to a deck of cards. The top was honestly darker
black than the night time sky.
What struck me was this grayish-green fog that
surrounded the underside of this craft. You could actually see that the under
belly of this craft reflected the terrain of the landscape below it.
that freaked me, at maybe 90 to 110 feet above the ground, all you could hear
was a muffled hum.
I've never heard anything like this sound before, or since.
Truthfully, I thought it was a new military aircraft until while passing, there
was no tail section whatsoever, plus all our military aircraft would have made
some type of noise.
I still get chills up and down my spine when I think about
this. There was an old marine that had pulled over behind me and witnessed this
I saw this same guy a few weeks after this, we made eye contact, and he
stated, he's not talking about it.
Additional Comments by Witness:
I just felt the need to share this with someone in your field. I
have a medical degree, hence the reason that I haven't told anyone about this
The craft was at least 9O ft. long moving at such a slow speed and still staying
The old Hueys, Black Hawks and Chinooks that pass overhead fly about 3
x faster than what this was moving.
I know we seen something that wasn't a
miltary craft. It was about 2O degrees on a starlit night. All I know is that
Iíll never forget that night, even though Iíve tried.
Seriously though, thank
you for taking the time to read this. I just needed to get it off my chest and
give it to someone in your field of expertise.