Ufos Unidentified Flying Objects Fact or Fiction – Fact

Unidentified flying objects have been around for many years and one begins to wonder how so many viable people see UFO’s but are discounted because other people fail to grasp the concept that we are not alone in the universe. Could these people really discount all the ancient writings or hieroglyphics that depict flying objects? Or discount the many sightings today? It amazes me to no end that people just don’t want to believe in UFO’s, so therefore, UFO’s do not exist.

As a young child, I was plagued by dreams of UFO’s. For many years, I dreamed of flying saucers at least once or twice a month. I remember staying at a friend’s house one night and as I was lying awake I heard or felt the presence of something outside the house. It was something that was passing slowly over the house as I listened intently to the barely audible noise this flying object made. I know, you wonder how I could have known that this object was flying so low to the ground when I hadn’t even looked out the window. It was just something I knew. It was something that I couldn’t explain, but I knew it wasn’t a plane or helicopter because it moved slowly as it passed over the house. It’s shadow came from above. I could see the shadow slowly cover the curtained window as it passed overhead.

There’s an Army base nearby, so I knew the sounds of their helicopters and how low to the ground they could or couldn’t fly. There was no way this object could have been an Army helicopter because the object was very close to the tops of the houses in the area and the Army helicopters are very loud. And while there was barely a sound emitting from the object, I knew that this object in the sky was not something of this world. How could it be when it was flying so slow and so low to the ground? America didn’t have flying machines that could fly like that!

Anyway, I continued to have dreams about UFO’s and while those dreams weren’t frightening at all, it was disturbing that I was having so many dreams about them. It made me wonder why. I wasn’t frightened at all about the dreams or the possibility that UFO’s existed. It was just something my mind was focusing on in my dreams. I tried to explain those dreams, but I couldn’t. All I could think of was that maybe, just maybe, these dreams were premonitions. However, many years went by without a glance of a UFO, so that sort of blew my theory that those dreams were premonitions. At least until one night five years later.

When I was 16 a friend and I drove to her friend’s house as she needed to pick up something she had left there. I stayed in the car to wait for her return. As I was sitting in the car, I noticed that there was something flying really slow and really low to the ground. It was getting dark and I couldn’t see the object that clearly, but I could see that there was a green light on one side and a red light on the other side. The lights were flashing simultaneously. The object couldn’t have been more than 25 feet off the ground and its pathway was going to go right over the car I was sitting in. I sat in that car with my mouth wide open as I witnessed this object coming closer.

I couldn’t believe my eyes, but that object was nothing more than a flying saucer. What else could it have been? It was metallic, round, probably about 4 or 5 feet in depth and the sound emitting from it was almost inaudible, but I recognized it as the same sound I heard five years ago when I stayed at my friend’s house. What was even more strange was that this object was flying in the same pathway as the object I heard flying over my friend’s house five years ago. Was this it’s only flight path? It had to have been a UFO I heard that night.

Just as the object flew over the car, my friend stepped out of the house she was in. I started beating on the car window and yelling at her to look up. I knew that I had to have someone else see this object or I was going to go crazy thinking that I may have been hallucinating. My friend stood on the porch of this house, her mouth wide open in shock, and she watched the object fly over the car. As the object cleared the car and I looked out the passenger side window to get another glimpse of this object, the green and red lights went out and a huge, white-bluish light on top of the object flashed off and on as it slowly went on its way across the sky.

My friend was so scared when she saw the object that she could barely start the car. She was frightened beyond anything she had ever experienced before. However, I wanted to follow the object to see where it might be going. I was not frightened. I was in awe of something I had never seen before, other than in my dreams, and it amazed me that an object flying this close to the ground could not be detected by radar from the Army base. It was fascinating, but no matter how much I tried to convince my friend to follow the flying object, she would not, so we went home. Of course, when we told friends or family about this sighting, more times than not, they’d ask us what we had been smoking that night. Even when we’d tell them we hadn’t smoked anything that night, most people did not believe us.

I’ll never forget that night I stayed at my friend’s house or the night I sat in that car actually seeing a real UFO. What’s really strange to me, too, is that, after I saw that UFO while I was in the car, I never had another dream about UFO’s. So, all I can say is, those dreams I had as a young child about UFO’s had to have been premonitions that one day I would actually be seeing a real UFO. This makes a lot of sense to me because I have always had dreams that would come true at sometime in my life. I just never know which dreams are going to be fact or fiction until they actually do happen. In my case, fiction became fact when I actually witnessed a real UFO. UFO’s are definitely fact, not fiction.