Lola Dills was driving when she saw " a black object with long spindly legs or stems at the bottom and sides." The "side stems" were weaving and gesturing and appeared to end in pincers. The creature moved by placing the lower stems one in front of the other. The head consisted of a "round part" about 8" in diameter that protruded from the top. The sides had a "shaggy look" and the front was white with two eyes; a bump with two small holes lower on the head may have been a nose. The mouth was a slit below the "bump," and from it issued a "shrill sound," heard just as she was passing. Then she saw "another and another with slight variations." (Insectoid?)
Hearing a loud whirring noise, Mrs S waked her husband, who went out and saw a strange object 50 feet in diameter hovering 25 feet above a nearby pond. Shaped like two metallic saucers face to face, and of aluminum like appearance, it had a clear bubble like canopy on the edge of the upper disc facing him; from elongated holes around the rim orange flames were issuing. Inside the canopy, illuminated by a greenish light, he could see the silhouettes of two "lobster claw-like" hands. The witness walked toward it yelling and waving his arms, where upon it moved slowly and silently away; then it began to spin rapidly with a loud whirring sound, tilted at an angle of 30-45 degrees, and took off at a very high speed. He noticed a smell lingering in the air like that from a lighted match.
|Disc|ET|Hover|Rotate|Speed|Sulfur|Tilted on angle|Whirring sound|
Charles Hickson. "It was very wrinkled, and it appeared to me to be something like an elephant skin but I don't know if it was a metal or what it was but it seemed to be very wrinkled with the wrinkles running horizontal."