all want to believe, but you’ve got to follow the evidence. That’s all we’ve got,” MacDonald said. That evidence is good for about 90 percent of the sightings. Then, there are the ones that can’t be explained. “About 10 percent of them, those are the ones that will make your eyes roll around and around in your head we cant figure it out,” MacDonald said. Penny Farrell may have seen one of those on a clear night back in November. “They started blinking one two three like bing, bing bing, bing, bing, bing.” Farrell said. Farrell and her husband saw those lights from their back porch go back and forth for several minutes before taking off into the sky, no pictures but a vivid memory. “When it shot up into the heavens, it was just like a blink of an eye, boom it was up there,” Farrell said.
Farrell is aware there will be doubters. “I know what I saw – it was there. If you were here and saw it like we saw it, sat here and marveled over what was happening up there in the sky then you would say, ‘That’s a UFO,'” Farrell said. Farrell’s only hope and dream now is to see it again, enjoy the view and, next time, catch it on camera.