Between approximately 8:30 and 9:30 pm, we were traveling North on Alamo Rd. between State Route 95, East of Lake Havasu City and “Havasu Heights” in Arizona and far West of State Route 93 and Wikieup, AZ. In an area called “Stage Coach Trails”, 20 miles South of Yucca, AZ off of I-40.
Our approximate GPS: 34° 21’ 36.4” N x 113° 41’ 45.45” W
As we looked West from this position, we noticed an amber light traveling from North to South, lower in the sky than noticeable satellites and twice the luminosity of the average reflective light emitted by them. The object travelled consistently across the entire sky, arguably from horizon to horizon, although we did not witness it’s “visible starting point”. We both viewed the object through 30x binoculars and did not see any indication of conventional lighting or physical shape of the craft. A consistent, glowing, amber light was only visible.
There were at least two occasions during the 3 to 4 minute sighting in which we both questioned it’s “stability” in comparison to what would be a straight-line path by a conventional vehicle. There may have been some rapid, but not drastic or obvious drops and climbs in its altitude as it travelled. That is unconfirmed.
The sun had completely set and only the slightest glow of light was settling in the West. The sky was otherwise clear and filled with stars during a New Moon (Moonless night).
|Where did this happen?||Alamo Rd. - Unpopulated Desert Road|
|City||Lake Havasu City|
|Case Manager Name||Trevor Lowder|
|Case Manager Emailfirstname.lastname@example.org|