Common UFO Characteristics
1. UFOs are often described to glow orange (though other colors of lights can be observed).
2. For saucer-shaped UFOs, the edge or perimeter of the craft is often described as spinning around the cabin or main portion of the ship; similar to a gyroscope. Some UFOs (like the one that crashed at Roswell in 1947), appear to be crescent, heel or batwing-shaped.
3. UFOs fly erratically--zig zagging, moving up and down, tilting on edge, wobbling, and making 90-degree turns at very high rates of speed.
4. UFOs are often seen near high tension power lines; some even fly just above the lines as if they are some sort of electrfied or magnetic highway.
5. UFOs are usually silent with no engine or motor noises associated with them.
6. Most UFOs appear to be metallic in nature; during the day, they are often described as being like aluminum in color; an orange glow can even sometimes be seen around the craft while it is moving during daylight (see #1). Some UFOs appear to morph as they move--giving rise to the idea that memory metal (or some type of "living" metal) is part of their construction.