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An unidentified flying object was spotted last Sunday in the early morning hours from Claromecó and Dunamar. This newspaper received a letter sent by a tourist from Tandil, who provided details of the characteristics of what happened. There were also other sightings on Friday and Saturday last.
The tourist pointed to this newspaper that said day at approximately 2.15 “was observed on the coast of Claromecó-Dunamar a strange object in the sky, a phenomenon appreciated by at least one group of 15 people. It was a bright light on the sea ??”.
He described the UFO “was gaining altitude and was switching to a spiral blue (as a fan of 3 pallets) with a bright light in the center. Then began to fire as small lights. When was near our position denoted that was at high altitude and traveling at high speed. then the spiral disappeared and the middle light slowly faded away. ”
He added that “at the time of the sighting were with my nieces and some friends on Dunamar, about 50 meters from the restroom. There were more people on the beach, they also saw it.”
In his account, the tourist commented that “this is the first time I see something like this, but about 12 years ago, when I worked in a truck, I noticed a couple of large lights in the sky then disappeared.”
Subsequently, the feeling expressed vacationer who lived to see the said object. “I felt surprise at a time when we thought it was the moon, but instantly remember that behind us was full, then defined the spiral,” said the visitor, who added: “Usually the summers I travel a couple of days to visit Claromecó , this time for the weekend and saw this light so particular. ”

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