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Lynn Taylor: Indiana UFOs Hyper Jump

Lynn Taylor, UFO Field Investigator

Indiana UFOs Hyper Jump

12:30 AM 10/05/96 (Sunday morning): This evening, J. B. brought a friend over to meet with me, R. A. and my daughter. Jill dropped by as well, with a couple of friends. There, assembled in my living room, were four young men who had never seen an unidentified flying object. They were probably thinking, "Yeah, this will be cool! We'll see a UFO!" I played some videos, then R.A. and I gave them a little talk on the subject of how to find UFOs, the dangers of finding UFOs, and what they could expect to see. At 12:30 AM, I suggested that we go outdoors to see what we could observe.

When we stepped outside, there to the east were two lights, one yellow, and a very bright white one. I began to video tape the white light first, because it was much closer, and was approaching us very quickly. To my right, J.B had turned his camera on in order to record the event. I heard him say, "My battery just went dead! I charged it for three hours just before I came over, and it's dead already!"

I simply responded, "Yeah, they'll do that to you - zap your battery, that is. That's why I always carry a spare!" Just as it appeared that the white light would fly directly over us, it abruptly turned north and headed toward the forest.

We piled in the van, then drove over to the landfill, where we parked in order to observe further. We were looking north, when we sighted a yellow/orange sphere traveling just above the trees, headed east. Just before it went behind the trees, it suddenly performed a "hyper jump" in the reverse direction, paused for a moment, then accelerated and darted behind the trees. It reminded me of a person doing a "double take." It suggested to me that the pilots of these vessels are not omnipotent, that their technology has its limits. True, they did detect our presence, but their actions suggest they were momentarily caught off guard.

We decided to drive down to the Bottom Road area, hopefully to observe more activity. On the way, we stopped to watch as yellow/orange sphere floated toward the water tower, near Highway 37 north. When we arrived at Bottom Road, we saw a sphere descending at the north end of the field, near Maple Grove East. Just when I was convinced it was about to land, it shifted course, gained altitude and flew east toward the water tower. By this time, some of my companions were cold, tired and strangely quiet.

12:30 AM 10/05/96 (Sunday morning): This evening, J. B. brought a friend over to meet with me, R. A. and my daughter. Jill dropped by as well, with a couple of friends. There, assembled in my living room, were four young men who had never seen an unidentified flying object. They were probably thinking, "Yeah, this will be cool! We'll see a UFO!"

 

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I played some videos, then R.A. and I gave them a little talk on the subject of how to find UFOs, the dangers of finding UFOs, and what they could expect to see. At 12:30 AM, I suggested that we go outdoors to see what we could observe.

When we stepped outside, there to the east were two lights, one yellow, and a very bright white one. I began to video tape the white light first, because it was much closer, and was approaching us very quickly. To my right, J.B had turned his camera on in order to record the event. I heard him say, "My battery just went dead! I charged it for three hours just before I came over, and it's dead already!"

I simply responded, "Yeah, they'll do that to you - zap your battery, that is. That's why I always carry a spare!" Just as it appeared that the white light would fly directly over us, it abruptly turned north and headed toward the forest.

We piled in the van, then drove over to the landfill, where we parked in order to observe further. We were looking north, when we sighted a yellow/orange sphere traveling just above the trees, headed east. Just before it went behind the trees, it suddenly performed a "hyper jump" in the reverse direction, paused for a moment, then accelerated and darted behind the trees. It reminded me of a person doing a "double take." It suggested to me that the pilots of these vessels are not omnipotent, that their technology has its limits. True, they did detect our presence, but their actions suggest they were momentarily caught off guard.

We decided to drive down to the Bottom Road area, hopefully to observe more activity. On the way, we stopped to watch as yellow/orange sphere floated toward the water tower, near Highway 37 north. When we arrived at Bottom Road, we saw a sphere descending at the north end of the field, near Maple Grove East. Just when I was convinced it was about to land, it shifted course, gained altitude and flew east toward the water tower. By this time, some of my companions were cold, tired and strangely quiet.

I was to learn later, that two of the young men were having difficulty adjusting to what they had witnessed. Some, particularly the young, love to experience the adrenaline rush that only fear can provide. These youthful adventurers asked for the veil to be parted enough to provide a glimpse - proof, if you will, of otherworldly things (just for fun, of course). A word of caution, however: "Be careful of what you ask for - you just might get it!" Their lives will be forever changed.

Lynn Taylor, Association for Aerial Anomaly Research and Cataloging (AAARC)

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