The second sighting occurred on March 15, 1992 around noon.
"This one cow was going to have a calf, and I got her in the barn. Well, she left the barn and she went someplace else, right? So I went out looking for her."
It was an overcast day and the clouds were rolling in over a far ridge.
"I was back in the second field looking over the bank for the cow, and something caught my eye. There was the same ship! It came down out of the clouds, it like broke out of the clouds and sat there for three or four seconds. I said, Oh, my God, there's another one of those damn ships!
"No noise. Then it went down. I figure it was near the Blue Hole (a 30-40 deep depression in the Birch River, located over the mountain from his property). And it went completely out of sight. The next day I rode my horse over there. No marks on the ground, nothing."
Reference for the above text is: West Virginia UFOs: Close Encounters in the Mountain State by Bob Teets, p. 7, © 1995.
UFOCAT PRN 182857
UFOCAT URN 182857 West Virginia UFOs: Close Encounters in the Mountain State by Bob Teets, p. 7, © 1995
UFOCAT PRN 126486
UFOCAT PRN 168692 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 15684, © 2002
North America West Virginia, Braxton
Birch River Latitude 38-35-32 N, Longitude 080-53-04 W (D-M-S)
Gassaway Latitude 38-40-23 N, Longitude 080-46-29 W [populated place] (Per UFOCAT)
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