Friday, September 19, 2014

UFO Kuala Lumpur February 25, 2004

Hi GA,

Im S. from KD. Wanna share my experience when i saw 3 bright orange balls flying up in far sky at crazy speed in Feb 2004. About North West from Taman Kosas.

Definitely was not meteorites as it made maneuvers which were non-linear or straight trajectory. I was so shocked to see it i reported to See below link. Definitely crazy once you've seen it yourself. link over here

Here is the report ....


On Wednesday, February 25, 2004, at 11 p.m., eyewitness S. "was sitting at a coffee shop in Kuala Lumpur," the capital of Malaysia "when I saw three orange lights flying in unison. Two broke away and flew all over the sky. They traveled at a very high speed. Then one joined the other, and they broke away again. Then they both flew upward, becoming smaller and smaller until they disappeared. I would say I had them in view for about 20 minutes. I think they were at the same flight level that airliners fly (35,000 feet or 10,500 meters--J.T.).

We have had UFOs in Malaysia before, but these were quite striking. They departed to the west over Kelang." (Email Form Report)

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sabahans abuzz over mystery lights in the night skies

(The original article was taken from THE STAR ONLINE, Sept 2, 2014. You can see it over here.)

KOTA KINABALU: Mysterious lights streaking across in the night sky here Tuesday had Sabahans abuzz in social media, with no one able to give a clear explanation on the incident.

Meteorologists, policemen and firemen were unable to explain the pillar-shaped lights that moved across the sky in the Putatan area, around 9.30pm, for several minutes.

Some netizens said the lights came from lanterns or flares from the Sabah Oil and Gas Terminal in Kimanis. Others claimed alien spaceships were responsible, among a host of other possibilities.

Such lights appearing over the coastal waters of western Sabah are not rare and have been seen from time to time, said some netizens, adding that they believed it was a natural phenomenon.

Some posted studies on similar incidents, where luminous streaks of vertical cigar-shape lights were attributed to reflections caused by ground-based lights on high clouds.

There were also postings on such reflections being caused by big flames originating from oil refineries, according to studies on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).

Sabah Meteorological Department director Abdul Malek Tussin, when contacted, said his department did not receive any reports about the lights in the sky.

However, he said they were investigating and ascertaining if it was a natural phenomenon or reflections from other sources.

Police and firemen said they did not receive any reports of the bright lights in the sky while Kota Kinabalu airport air controllers did not spot anything unusual over the city's skies on Tuesday night.

(Further Reading : Mystery Lights In Tanjung Sepat, Selangor)