a reply to: penroc3
How did it take off?
Did you note the wind direction?
I have seen few silver egg shaped objects over Chicago, nw burbs over O’Hare
They were only noticeable because of the glints reflected from the sun
at around 4 PM which alerted me to the small but quite high object.
It was as high or higher than clouds, since it was obscured by clouds at times.
I noted the wind...these can differ at varying height, and the object seemed more
or less stationary, never accelerating notably, perhaps drifting. Without a tripod, it was pointless
to try to determine any change in position, or even direction. I had mused that I may be
seeing a geostationary sat, but these are insanely high up. Also I wanted to see a plane so I could gauge
by comparison the proximity of altitude. It may have been a silver mylar balloon.
After a while it bored me
so I went back inside to face the crackling sounds of the walls and concomitant high pitched
tones which nearly always precede them by a couple of seconds.
There’s a lot we don’t know about many things.
Thank God for our brave police, firemen, and paramedic
psychiatric henchmen. They don’t mince their intentions either.
My town is a wonderful place.
edit on 1-9-2020 by TheWhiteKnight because: (no reason given)
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