UFO Flight - Wobble
- April 5, 1943. Long Beach, California. (3)
Made wobbly turn that quickly aligned it with plane pacing it, color radiant orange, appeared to shimmer in sunlight.
- October 2, 1961. Salt Lake City, Utah (1)
Hovering, with slight rocking motion. Eight witnesses at airport on the ground viewing through binoculars confirmed that the object had wobbled while hovering.
- 1974. Trancas, California (1)
Sometimes it hovered, wobbling as it did so.
- August 13, 1975. Alamogordo, New Mexico (1)
A glowing, metallic, disk-shaped object falling towards the ground about 300 feet away. As it descended to an altitude of fifteen-to-twenty feet, it wobbled on its own axis.
- November 22, 1975. Savannah, Georgia.
Source: UFOs Continue To Visit Nuclear Energy Sites By George D. Fawcett
Source: Clear Intent (The Government Coverup of the UFO Experience), Prentice-Hall, Inc.(1984) (Lawernce Fawcett & Barry Greenwood)
Pilot Frank Auman, Jr. and UFO investigator Arlan Keith Andrews were flying in a private plane near the Savannah, Georgia Nuclear Plant. They saw a bright white UFO maneuvering in the area for four or five minutes. It made a "slight wobble" and then a hard turn, before it flew away. Jacksonville Control Center personnel at Jacksonville, Florida confirmed three UFO sightings(either radar or visuals) by pilots at the site.
- July 25, 1983. Jeannette, PA
Witness saw a circular object wobbling above trees, huge silver metallic double decker cake shape, dome structure on top with windows, flashing lights along exterior.
- Thursday, February 25, 1999. Washington State
The object descended silently with what seemed to the witnesses a purposeful manner, exhibiting a slight "wobble" to its flight.
The witnesses added that shortly after lifting the elk off the ground, the object seemed to begin to "wobble" to a more pronounced degree than it had exhibited earlier. In addition, as the object appeared to increase its altitude, the elk, which was suspended upright below the disc, rotated slowly beneath it and appeared to be getting closer to the ventral surface of the disc.