In December 2020, an unidentified flying object was seen flying across the evening sky in Honolulu, Hawaii, over Leeward Oahu. The sighting of this unidentified object happened around 8:30 pm, which led witnesses to call 911 in hopes of finding answers; moreover, there were multiple videos of this unidentified object, which appeared to be a glowing, oblong mass, seen both in the sky and in the water. In one of the videos, a woman is heard saying, “Something is in the sky. What is that?”
Resident Mistinia Sape reported to Hawaii News Now (HNN) that she captured a photograph of the unidentified flying object at exactly 8:26 pm near Haleakala Avenue in Nanakuli. Shortly after Apple reported her sightings to HNN, a woman named Moriah saw what looked like the same object being described passing over Princess Kahanu Estates. Moriah said, “I look up, and then I was like oh s***!,” she said. “I started calling my husband and them because they were all in the garage. I was like hey. Come look up there. See if you see what I see. They all said yea!” While many people ignore the presence of unidentified flying objects, for a number of reasons, it is important to note that more than one person can confirm the sighting of this object in this situation. While Moriah says that she has never believed in UFOs before, she explains how the bright blue object was so intriguing and out of the ordinary that she went as far as going into her car to begin following it. She described the object as being larger than a telephone pole and although it was moving fast, she never heard any sound coming from it. Once Moriah reached the Farrington Highway in front of the Board of Water Supply building after following the UFO for three miles, the object appeared to drop down into the ocean. After police officers showed up at the scene, Moriah’s husband spotted a second light. Moriah said, “My husband went (to) look up and he saw the white one coming. The white one was smaller; (it) was coming in the same direction as the blue one.”
A few days after the incident, Honolulu police were questioned with witnesses asking if investigators had figured out what exactly fell into the water, but they claimed to have no information. Ian Gregor, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson, said the agency received a report from the police on Tuesday night about a possible plane down in the area, but they had no evidence of aircraft disappearing off radars and no reports of overdue or missing aircraft. According to the New York Post, a Harvard professor is convinced that aliens visited us in 2017, and only more are about to come. Hawaiians say that these aliens are already here, but where will they visit next?