posted on May, 24 2014 @ 09:04 PM
Hi there, nice report op! Yes we certainly get those fast walkers here in the UK, I've also seen two (one in 2005 and one in 2007) definitely, that
have gone from one horizon to the opposite in the time you describe (5-8 seconds). Following straight compass lines also, S to N, and E to W. They
always looked like one object to me at that altitude. But maybe they are more - grouped?
Either way - these are the things I think people should look out for, because, well they are out there, and as long as you're not under any direct
light, you can generally see them! A good view of all horizons is good, cos you can spot them earlier, but like OP says blink and you'll miss them -
because they go from horizon to horizon in 5 or 6 seconds. I want to know what they arree .^^ Where are they going, Hollow Earth?
Whatever they are, seeing it is fascinating, even if it is pretty brief! I can't make sense of the miles per hour figures I get when I try and work
out the speed of these things...
That said, I think I may have seen a more "stringed together" set of sphere shaped things fly over me in 2010 - but it has potential to have been
migratory birds that time (it was not illuminated) - I didn't quite get enough time to make sense of what I was seeing.
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