Forestry workers report a UFO allegedly abducting an elk.
On February 25, 1999, several forestry workers in Washington state reported that a disc-shaped object was following a herd of elk that was in the vicinity.
According to witness statements taken on behalf of the National UFO Reporting Center, the object was supposedly flying with a slight “wobble” when it “quickly moved directly above the lone elk” that had separated itself from a “bolting” herd and “seemed to lift it off the ground.”
With the elk “suspended” below it, the object made a turn to leave, “brush[ing] the tops of nearby trees.”
A radar patrol officer in Missouri sees a disc-shaped UFO.
On the night of January 26, 2002, a Missouri radar patrol officer allegedly spotted a “circular object traveling southbound approximately 400 feet in altitude and no more than 30 MPH,”
According to the National UFO Reporting Center. The officer reported that the UFO was about “50 feet in diameter and white or a ‘shiny’ color which reflected light from below,” and when he pointed a “hand-held radar at the object [he] did not receive a reading.” So was it real, an illusion, or able to mask its info?
Maryland residents witness F-16 fighter jets investigating a UFO.
In the early hours of July 26, 2002, some residents of Maryland were reportedly abruptly woken up by the sound of multiple aircraft taking off from the Andrews Air Force Base.
According to the National UFO Reporting Center, two F-16 fighter jets were sent out to investigate an “unknown aircraft,” which one witness described as a large “pale blue-ish light.”
After some time, the F-16s returned when the “unidentified aircraft’s track subsequently faded from the radar.”