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Posted by Rick Robinson/">Rick Robinson on April 29, 1998 20:06:31 UTC

Its been over twenty years but still the memory stays fresh in my mined. My wife and I were at sherman island near Antioch california. It was late night and we were all alone except for a parked car. This was not strange many people park their cars after they launch their boats for a night of fishing.

As we were siting in our car I seen a low flying light about 100 feet off the ground heading towards our direction. I said to my wife. Look there is a helicopter with its search light swinging from side to side. Thats what it looked like couldn't see a figure just a spot light scanning like it was searching for something. As it got closer and closer I keep trying to hear it but to our surprize it made no sound at all as it hovered over us. It shined its light on the empty car for a moment and started moving off slowly over the water. Then the real strange thing happened. It shot off into the sky like a bright white ball at a lightning rate of speed like a shooting star but strait up and vanished. I will never forget this and will never know what it was but I have never in my lifetime seen anything like it. Regards, Rick Robinson

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