To: email@example.com From: Submitted-Sightings@caverns.com Subject: Submitted UFO Sighting Report LOCATION : Englewood Cliffs, NJ DATE-Sighting : 03-17-88 TIME-Sighting : 8 PM This is your Submitted Sighting Report : We were hanging around when we heard on the police scanner that people were afraid to come out of the diner at Palisade and Sylvan Avenues because of "lights in the sky." We all (about 5 of us) went outside hoping we could see whatever this was, all kidding around. It was St. Patricks night and we thought it was a bunch of partyed out people playing a joke. We saw this bunch of different colored lights in a boomerang formation flying south along Sylvan Av. The lights were prismatic; they changed color as the object moved. It was moving very slowly, probably like 25 MPH and probably about 1,000 ft. high toward the George Washington Bridge. We saw it make a perfect left just north of the bridge, then make another perfect left over the Hudson River and head north keeping formation. We couldn't tell if this was one big object or a bunch of smaller ones. The sky was dark and the spaces in between the lights were dark, too. It went past the tree-line and we couldn't see it anymore. There was no noise at all. One of us tried to take a picture but nothing clear came out. We heard on the scanner that the object was observed by Palisades Interstate Parkway Police cruising up the river near PIP exit 2 (Alpine/ Yonkers area) and it zipped away at a high rate of speed. The whole thing lasted about 20 minutes. We didn't think it was a UFO at the time... nobody felt "spooky" or scared, and I didn't think any more about it until I saw something similar on TV last year. Probably some kind of "stealth" aircraft (it was really good at that!). At the time I mentioned this to one of my friends in the Air National Guard and he said it was a bunch of "ultralight" pilots from Stewart AFB, NY, celebrating St. Patricks day. Yeah, right. No, none of us had taken part in any "celebrating."
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