25 years ago – huge silent object soars over Fargo, North Dakota

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In June of 1998, in Fargo North Dakota, a friend and I saw something in the night sky that elicited the same reaction from the two of us. We were sitting and talking outside on a bench about 20 or 30 minutes after sunset. Our attention was suddenly drawn to a very large, solid, oval-shaped black object moving against the night sky with no sound and no lights. The speed was like that of an airplane. No erratic moments. It struck me as being very big. Maybe bigger than a commercial airplane like a Boeing 747. It was 25 years ago so my brain is telling me to be conservative with my estimate but my gut seems to tell me it was probably even bigger. Really big.

We had the exact same mixed reaction of excitement and fear, jumping up from the bench pointing at it, wondering what it was. My friend’s reaction confirmed to me that what I was seeing was actually flying overhead. We had our eyes on it for between 5 to 10 seconds before it passed out of our view. I’ve never seen anything like it since. An object like that at that size with no sound shouldn’t have passed before my eyes. But it did, whatever it was. A word I can use to describe the whole thing besides “dumbfounding” is “eerie.”

We were met with skepticism when reporting what we saw to our parents and friends, as is to be expected. It felt so disappointing at that age not to have this strange sighting taken seriously. I still often wonder what it was we saw that evening and decided to share my story here.

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