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WHITE LUMINOUS DISC, 2004:

Basic indications:

Number:
BE0007
Date written:
September 1, 2005
Date received:
September 1, 2005
Date published:
October 23, 2005
Date of sighting:
July 2004
Place of sighting:
Probably Belgium
Original language of report:
French
Reported using:
e-mail
Unreleased information:
eMail address
Investigation, additional information:
None
Explanation:
Not looked for. Moon possible.

The report:

Subject: ufos or collactive hallucination?
Date: September 1, 2005
From: [eMail]@hotmail.com

Hello

Don't be angry at me as I don't introduce myself... Let me just say that I am a citizen of Belgium.

One evening of July 2004, I went to eat ice-cream with a friend, then, as we were used to, we made the way bakc on bike and this evening there I had decided to sepnd the night at his place. We stopped for I do not know which reason and while he talked to me, I saw behind him at a hundreds of meters approximately (it is difficult to say) a white disc, very luminous, which appeared enormous to me. Thinking that it was the moon I did not say anything to him. The time he finishes his sentence the disc died out gently as if one slipped an opaque sheet in front of it from the right towards the left. the last visible rays were reddish. I was struck so much by the scene that I had no time to say anything. And when I managed to utter my first word the disc had disappeared.

We had not drunk a drop of alcohol of all the evening, and we were not at all influenced by any substance which coul have alterered our mental capacities.

When I told him of it he made a skeptipc face, but several days after he was to see the same thing without my presence this time.

Were there already other displays of this sort?

On waiting on an answer or possible additional information, I thank you in advance.

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