Date: February 6, 2000 10:30PM
Source: National UFO Reporting Center
Details of Incident:
Driving south on Hwy 35, I saw what appeared to be an aircraft crossing the Mississippi River with two
white lights which did not strobe. Mississippi River mile marker 691. It crossed the main channel and
dropped in altitude slowed below the stall speed of an air plane. As it moved east towards Hwy. 35 it
stopped over Goose Island Park, the southern end. I pulled over at park entrance which I believe
closes at 10:00pm. Then the two white lights went out, for about 15 seconds, then on moved slowly
stopped lights out and after the third time stopped and started to descend below the tree line,and its light's
went out. I drove south.
The two white lights kept at an equal distance even when turned on again, I opened my window and could
hear no helicopter sound and the lights were spaced too far apart for any helicopter fuselage. There
were four cars ahead of me going south they all slowed down but no one pulled over. I wish I would
have drove down to the southern end of the park wear there is a boat landing. It would have been worth
the fine! I believe it did land. If you are looking for landing site trace evidence this would in my
opinion be a likely spot,Before we get anymore snow!
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