February 6, 2000 Everett, Washington - January 6th was a new moon, a night without moon light. The two previous evenings leading up to the new moon were nearly as dark. And yet, a husband and wife driving along a rural Snohomish, Washington road thought they saw the biggest, brightest full moon they had ever seen low over the Snohomish River. Back in the 1970s, many eyewitnesses throughout the United States, Canada and other parts of the world reported seeing "full moon"-sized glowing spheres hovering over rivers, farms and ranches. One area that has long had such reports, coupled with Sasquatch sightings and unusual animal deaths referred to as "animal mutilations," is Snohomish, Washington in wilderness country northeast of Seattle.
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