Published:1:56 AM 11/12/2015
how it could disappear in the two minutes...
Pearland, Texas - 10-22-15
Hi, my name is Michael. I live in Pearland Texas, just on the outskirts of Houston. I had a strange sighting this past October 22nd.
I've been looking
for an explanation online somewhere but haven't found anything close to what I saw, maybe you or one of your readers could shed some light on it.
About 8:30 am I was on my way home from dropping a friend off at work, I was turning from Interstate 45 onto Dixie Farm Rd, when I saw what initially looked like a plane, but I just can't say that's what it actually was, due to its
It looked like a plane, only it was sort of fat in appearance, its wings were average size, but it had no windows, and I saw no engines. It was dull gray with a single blue stripe along the length of its body.
I figured it had to be a blimp, only there were no tether wires or strings holding it in place. It was perfectly still and unwavering despite it
being a very windy overcast day. It was very low to the ground, perhaps the length of three or four cars high. It was perfectly still and above a small
To attach something like this to that machinery I'm sure would be dangerous and illegal. It was the same body length as it was high up
from the ground (3-4 car lengths). I wanted to take a picture but due to the mining equipment, there is no place to pull over.
I drove about two blocks down, made a u-turn and went back to see it again as it truly was an odd sight, but upon returning, it was gone. I just don't see how it could disappear in the two minutes it took me to turn around and come back to where it was.
I drove around to see if maybe it had floated off, thinking it had actually been a blimp after all, but it was nowhere to be seen. I'm not ready to say that it was extraterrestrial, but it definitely was a UFO.
I live in between Hobby Airport and NASA so I guess anything is possible. I'm just really curious if anyone else saw it or something similar to it.
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Thanks to Michael for sending in his report.