UFOs Over Georgia, This Time in Grayson
Several UFO sightings have been reported in the local area recently, Athens, Winder, Buford, Dacula and now Grayson, Ga. Is there a connection?
Several UFO sightings have been reported in the local area recently on UFO Stalker, a website that tracks reported UFO sightings throughout the country. The most recent one was May 19, 2012 in Grayson. This was the report of a sighting, reported to have been witnessed by five adults.
I walked outside my house on back deck around 2100 on May 19, 2012. I looked up toward tree tops and noticed a very large deep orange pulsating ball of light that appeared to be moving slowly at first, then shoot upward and disappear in 2-3 seconds. My view of the object was never obscured. As I excitedly called out to my family to come see, another approached in the exact same path coming from the north toward southeast. The view was from approx 4 miles away to over my area in 5 seconds to shoot upward in a 45 degree angle completely out of sight in 2-3 seconds. A total of 9 objects about the size of a football field were observed by 5 adults in my household. No sound, no emissions, just very bright pulsating lights. My husband said he could see that each object had 3-tiered lights that surrounded each. The night was quiet, no dogs barking, no other planes or helicopters were seen during sightings. After the last one was gone, regular airplane traffic was seen in the far distance. Everyone in my house was excited, in awe, not afraid, just currious as to what we had just witnessed.
A similar sighting of a bright, glowing orange ball was reported in the skies above Winder last month as well as in Athens, Dacula and Buford. According to the UFO Stalker report, in Buford the viewer watched as the object zigzagged across the sky before it eventually disappeared behind the tree line.
"I don't claim it to be any aliens from another planet. For all I know, it could have been the latest US Air Force, top secret, air craft or space craft. I know what I saw and IT WAS COOL," he said in the report.
Some of the sighting coincided with the annual Lyrids meteor shower which began April 16 and ended on April 26. This latest one, however, did not.
If you live in the Grayson area, tell us if you saw something similar on Saturday night?