On September 23, 1997, at 9:35 p.m., a Georgia woman and her 15-year-old daughter were traveling on Frazier Road toward LaVista Road in the town of Tucker, (population 12,500), a suburb 18 miles northeast of Atlanta, Georgia.
As reported in Filer's Files, "When looking to the southeast, they saw an 'object hovering over a large tree in the backyard of a house.' Stopping the car and looking out the car's open window, they saw a saucer-shaped UFO with four to five large red pulsating lights on the bottom just hovering. The mother and daughter estimated that the dark grey UFO was the size of 'five minivans laid side by side.'"
Filer says they watched the UFO for approximately two to three minutes before it moved up and shot off in an arc to the northwest. While watching the UFO, the women said they saw no cars nor heard the UFO make any noise. While the engine of their car was running, the UFO did not affect its operation except that, strangely, the speedometer of the car jumped up while the car was stationary and no gas was being applied.
A few minutes later, while in front of a church on LaVista Road, they saw the UFO again. Like the first encounter, it was hovering over some trees. The outer part of the UFO appeared to be rotating while the center remained fixed. It is possible, according to the pair, that it may have been only the lights rotating around the UFO's rim.
Looking down LaVista Road, the women saw yet another saucer-shaped UFO hovering not far away. The first UFO approached the second "and appeared to be 'communicating.'" This frightened the mother and the daughter, and they left while the two UFOs still hovered near each other.
Original file name: CNI - GEORGIA PAIR SEE SAUCER
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