TOMBALL -- On November 2, 2009, Fletcher Gray received a Star Team deployment notification from Richard Lang in reference to female witness an object hovering in her back yard on Hayden Cove. In the report the witness stated that she had arrived home on November 1, around 21:57 hours and was in the kitchen and heard a noise that kept getting louder. The witness stated, "She went to the back door and saw a saucer like object hovering about 20 feet in the air in her back yard".
The witness reported the object to be about 20 feet in diameter and about 7 feet high. Witness reported that the object had a saucer like shape to it. The top section was reported to have more of a cone convex shape to it, with raised panels to it. The bottom section had a slight convex shape with a gray metal surface. In the middle of the craft witness stated that it had square lights light that seemed to go around the craft. The lights in the middle turned on and seemed too rotate around the middle of the craft when the witness went to the back door. The witness stated that the craft had a loud rocket sound. (See attached drawing by witness)
On November 04, 2009 at 11:24 hours this Investigator met with Greg Harmison Department head of Mercer Arboretum in Houston. Mr. Harmison identified the plant as a Duranta a common plant grown in East Texas and easy to obtain. From the sample of the plant that was removed from the Hayden Cove yard. Mr. Harmison stated that "The plant had been exposed to some type of heat; and the berries were over sized and the ends had been burned," Harmsion stated, "At this time it is unknown what type of heat source would have caused the damage to the plant."
During my investigation I noticed that there was other plant life that had signs of stress, but they had no indication of burning. The child in question that reported to be sick the witness stated that he was fine and as well as the dog. This investigator could not find any sign of burning on the ground or the house. At this time it is unknown to this Investigator what caused the burning of the Duranta. During this investigation, two other sighting reports had been reported to the CMS data base that may be related to this case. Thanks to MUFON CMS, Fletcher Gray and Richard Lang.
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