UFO Sighting in Cottleville, Missouri on 2017-06-24 13:30:00 - White cigar object came from n into cloud, dark cigar from e into cloud, white left back to n, dark one gone, cloud disappated
I was outside doing yard work. i'm always looking up, day or night. i looked up at the clouds, early afternoon (1:30pm cst). i saw a cigar shaped, light colored (white?) object heading south from the north toward a cloud. i then see a dark object heading from below, assuming from the east, but definitely from below, toward the same cloud. i was thinking the dark object was a large bird, just gliding. the objects were similar in size from my viewpoint. i just assumed the white one was further away, since i thought it to be a plane. i saw the white object enter the cloud. i then see the dark object enter the cloud. i then see the white object leave the cloud back in the direction it came from, back toward the north. i continue to watch for the dark object, and do not see one. i glance back to the white object, it is continuing on. i look back to the cloud, and watched it dissapate as it blew it's way south over the next few minutes, never seeing the dark object again. i did look to the direction the white one was headed in, but i didn't see anything. what i viewed for rate of speed for the white one was seemingly no different from first site to end of site. i can only say i thought it was a plane for the rate that it was going. i informed the person doing yardwork with me of what i had just seen. since they were not looking up, they had not seen anything. they stated, "they're always watching." i was amazed i had seen something during daylight hours. i am sure that was not an airplane or a bird i had seen. i then immediately typed a note so as to not leave out details. in hindsight, it was odd to not hear sound-for as many planes that i see at what appears to be that high of an altitude, for the size that it was, there was no 'plane' noise. considering it went into a cloud, the altitude was much lower than i had assumed. i'm realizing how many wingless planes i've seen over the years.