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Re: UFO Siting In West Palm Beach , FLORIDA

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Posted by JaSON/">JaSON on March 28, 1998 16:46:37 UTC

: I like many people witnessed a strange UFO sitings in WPB,FL. : I was working at roadhouse grill and first my friend witnessed two big lights : in the sky that looked like 2 big rockets , then the just disappeared.

: Then later that night I witness with one of my coworkers 3 lights moving flying high : in what seemed as they were flying in formation. Then 2 plane appeared from the north, the : planes seemed to be radar planes , maybe military planes. As they split up : one of the plane raced close to the 2nd or middled UFO. That UFO just stop : as if it had break. I was thinking no plane could do that. The other two ufo : moved closer to the middle ufo. : The UFO were bright white (no plane blinkers, ect).

: What kind of aliens were they? anyknow, they just seemed to be observing us : from above.

: Later that night my dad said one of the local news stations (WPTV), reported the : public about the UFO siting. nothing though in the local papers.

: Email me if you have seem this before.

: : Sincerely,

: Eric,

Do you have picturs ?

Jason

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