More than a dozen witnesses reported observations of UFOs in the localized area of Penn and Manor, Pennsylvania, near the larger town of Jeanette. Among these was the report of a single witness who was driving near the Manor Power plant when he observed a large glowing object above nearby railroad tracks, just above the trees.
Light from the object illuminated the immediate area, and the witness pulled over to the side of the road and got out for a better look. The object, no more than a hundred yards from the witness, was about 400 yards to the west of the power plant and approximately 10 feet above the treetops. The illumination was of an intense white, and the object itself completely illuminated but apparently solid in construction and about "3 car lengths" wide. It had a dome like structure on top the same bright color as the rest of the object.
Around the main section were 2 or 3 rows of lights, or square windows, of a somewhat multi-color-one whitish, another red and the third a blue or green hue. More interesting than the object was "something" that appeared outside it, similar to the Apollo astronauts that were photographed "walking in space."
From the left side of the UFO a line extended some 30 yards at the end of which floated a form of some 8 or ten feet tall, of a purple or orange color. The witness did not say it was specifically human form, but it did appear to be similar to a human torso. He did not see the attendant object retracted into the UFO; rather it disappeared like "a string of lights." He had left his lights on and engine running when he got out; 3-4 minutes, the headlights dimmed as low as a weak flashlight. When the object departed, the lights came back on as bright as before. The object made a high-pitched sound "like a spinning top" when it departed. "You could hear the trees blowing" as it went over them. NOTE: The above image is a rendering.
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|Where did this happen?||MANOR|
|Case Manager Name||KEN PFEIFER|
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