Published: 8:56 AM 12/2/2014
(it)was blinking like hazard lights, but in an alternating fashion...
Dallas, Texas - 11-14-14
Shape: Rectangle - Duration: 45-60 seconds
A single, rectangle shaped object with red lights and alternating blinking white lights, like hazard lights flew over Dallas, Texas.
On this night of November 14th, facing a little southeast, at approx. 7:31 pm, while driving with a sibling, we saw an unidentified flying object. It was rectangle in shape and was black.
It had 5 lights on the front resembling that of high beams, but was blinking like hazard lights, but in an alternating fashion.
There were 2 red lights on the outside and 3 white lights in the middle. The white lights were the main lights blinking, almost like search lights.
The object flew in an upright position so that when it flew over me I could see its underside which was rectangle shaped as well.
The more extraordinary part about this sighting is that I could also hear the object. It made a light whooshing sound that was softer than that of a plane and kept the same tone.
It was a calming sound like that of ocean waves and I live nowhere near a large body of water capable of producing such a sound.
It also was lower than any plane I've ever seen before. The object came right out of the clouds in front of me as I was driving on a residential road near my home.
Seeing the object prompted me to pull over and get out of my car to witness this immaculate event. The object literally flew right over me allowing me to give such specific details.
After this experience was over I got back in my car and pulled off. As I got on a nearby highway I was able to see the object once again as it faded off into the clouds once more and was at a higher position in the sky than before when it was right over me.
This was one of the most shocking events I've seen. To actually experience what I've only heard people speculate about and document encounters about is beyond any word I could use to describe.
Truly freaky and bewildering. I hardly know what to think.