Since World War 2, strange Unidentified Flying Objects have been reported. They can avoid radar and even disable tracking and flight instrumentation. They have been seen by military pilots, airline pilots, NASA space shuttle pilots, and even International
I asked the instructor what was it and he said he did not know. I asked him since I had some time left in my flight could I get closer. He said yes go ahead. So I did. I was slightly above it in Altitude and slightly faster than the craft. Each minute I would get closer to the object. The whole time rather my instructor or I was asking each other, —WHAT IS THAT — . It glided a straight course and stayed the same altitude the whole time.
After 20 minutes of flight the instructor said we had to go back to the airport because our time was running out and their was someone else that might take a lesson after I did. Before I turned around I noticed we were about a 1/4 mile from it and about 500 feet above it in altitude. It made no sound , no exhaust , no markings , no change in flight. It was an a absorbent type of black. Dull , no reflection at all, which got my attention. I was flying slightly faster than it was , as I gradually was catching up with it.
When I turned around the last thing I say was it was over Normandy lake still heading North. I saw a reference close to there were the creek going by the Lake has-or had a horseshoe bend in the creek. The flight back to the airport was quit except for the Instructor or I asking each other in a puzzling tone. What was that.
After we landed we were securing the plane and again we keep asking the same question . When he was filling in my student pilot log book we talked about it again .