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Cigar-shaped UFO and three small discs at Hexam, NSW, Australia

Date: December 1984
Location: Hexam, Australia

The witness "observed a large, cigar-shaped object with a brilliant white light at the front it was coming towards them... The cigar had windows along the side... three small disc-shaped objects (3-4 metres across) flew into view moving towards the object...They travelled very quickly, zigzagging to join the larger cigar... Mrs. L said that she saw what seemed to be a shadow or outline of a head with a helmet on in one of the smaller discs..."

Source: UFO Research (NSW), Australia - UFO Reporter, June 1992
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Cigar-shaped UFO and three small discs at Hexam, December 1984

One December morning, between Christmas Day and New Year in December 1984, Mr. and Mrs. L were camping in a tent at the Ponderosa Caravan Park. This park is situated just east of the Pacific Highway at Hexham NSW, near the Hexham Bridge across the Hunter River (32° 49' 47" S, l5l° 41' 39" E).

At about 02:30 hours, Mr. L woke her up. He was standing outside their tent and said to her 'put your head out here and see what you think of this lot'.

On going outside of the tent, she observed a large, cigar-shaped object with a brilliant white light at the front; it was coming towards them very slowly from the direction of the caravan park entrance (travelling from the west-south-west to east-north-east). The front light seemed larger than the full moon and lit up all of the caravan park. Mrs. L is uncertain of the objects actual size - 'bigger than a bus' - probably 20-25 metres long.

The cigar had windows along the side. These seemed to be 'closed' and the same grey colour as the rest of the object.

About five minutes later, three small disc-shaped objects (3-4 metres across) flew into view moving towards the object. They travelled very quickly ('like lightning'), zigzagging to join the larger cigar. Each disc was grey, but showed an orange or rust-coloured area towards the rear of the disk body, before a tail fin.

One of the discs stationed itself at the rear of the cigar and the other two stationed themselves either side of the cigar. Shortly afterwards, the two discs either side of the cigar swapped sides, reforming at the back of the cigar, this time behind the third disc. The discs flew in this formation behind the cigar, so that it looked as if it had 'a tail'.

Mrs. L said that she saw what seemed to be a shadow or outline of a head with a helmet on in one of the smaller discs, but is a little unsure of this.

When first observed, the cigar was approximately at a 45 degree angle from where she was standing. It moved to a position almost overhead and was quite low - she estimated the objects to be 60-90 metres high ('200-300 feet'). The cigar was emitting a low, fluctuating humming noise, which rose and fell in pitch. It seemed to be travelling towards the Williamtown Air Force Base, some 13.5 km to the east.

Mrs. L did not stay outside to see the objects move out of sight. Her husband became concerned, so they went back to bed inside the tent. Mrs. L said that she was still wide awake and stated to her husband 'What's the use of me lying down, I' m not tired'. However, she said 'the next thing, bang, I went straight to sleep'.

Since this sighting, Mrs. L has read as much UFO material as she can find, and has been trying to find out more.

 

Source: http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case1071.htm
 
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