“According to the report, the two teenagers – one male and one female – were alone in their car near the Fallon Naval Air Station at 9:18 p.m. when they encountered odd lights in the sky to the east. Three boomerang-shaped objects were seen with five lights on each,” reports Roger Marsh.
“While they watched the three objects, one of them separated from the group, shut off three of its five lights, and appeared as though it would land or crash. At this point, the two witnesses decided to give chase. After driving 3 and-a-half miles, one of the objects moved closer to their vehicle – about 100 yards away and just 20 feet off of the ground – and began to pace it. And a second object positioned itself behind them. At this point, they accelerated from 30 to 50 miles per hour, but the objects kept pace,” writes Marsh.
According to Marsh, “The male witness used a million-candle spotlight from his truck to shine on the craft above, using his hand to shade the light back-and-forth to produce a “signal.” The object overhead then responded by descending from 50 feet to 20 feet above them.”
Marsh further reports, “At this point in the report, the witnesses have a lost time period. Their next recollection for both of them was driving home, where the male witness recalled that he looked into the rear view mirror and noticed that one of the objects was a “considerable distance” behind them, and then it disappeared.”
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