Australind, Western Australia
April 14th & 21st 2014
Number of witnesses: 1 Other, that I know of
Number of objects: 1 each occasion
Shape of objects: Unknown as could only see lights.
Could your sighting be a UFO balloon/lantern?: No
Weather Conditions: Mostly clear, particularly in the direction of the sighting. Some clouds were blowing through though.
Description: 21/04/2014 - 6:45pm
Sighted from Australind near Bunbury, looking West towards the ocean.
Saw the sky light up, I immediately thought it was a meteorite as the sparks/fire appearance could not be mistaken as an object entering the atmosphere. However as the flash finished there happened to be an aircraft of some sort right at the spot where the flash finished. The lights on this craft didn't look to be the right colours for a normal aircraft, it began travelling North for about 5 seconds before disappearing for about 1 second and re-appearing a significant distance further North than where it was, perhaps 20km's further, it was hard to scope the distance as it wasn't directly above me. It only stayed visible for a few more seconds before disappearing again but this time not seeing it again. My partner also saw this separately to me a few KM's away and saw practically the same thing as me however she was driving at the time so she only caught the obvious parts.
Approx 14/04/2014 - 9pm (Roughly)
Furthermore to this, about a week ago at approx 9pm in the same location in the sky, i saw another flashing light although this time it was only a white flash and it had a very distinct 1-2-3 sequence flash then that was it. I lost sight of it for about 10 seconds then saw it re-appear on a complete different section of the sky. It went from West to me, to North of me, about 80 degrees in difference on a compass in the 10 seconds I lost sight of it. I saw the 1-2-3 flash again but then it disappeared and I never caught sight of it again. The 1-2-3 flash occurred in about 3 seconds, so 3 quick flashes but the craft wasn't appearing to be moving during this time so how did it get to the other side of the sky of it wasn't appearing to move during the flashes?
Anyway with both of these sightings, I am still skeptical that there may be some other explanations, however I am mainly posting this in case someone else saw anything either of these same times, particularly the one on the 21st April with the big atmosphere entry flash as it would have caught peoples attention being this time of the evening and such a vivid flash.