posted on Jul, 15 2005 @ 12:15 PM
any of you that have read my comments on this site on others posts will know that i am usually more on the "skeptic" side when commenting on others
posts as i find a lot of the time people post things on this site that can have a rational explaination.
That being said, here is my UFO encounter that i do not feel anyone would be able to explain rationally other then it being a UFO of some sort.
When i was about 7 or 8, i was sitting on some rocks on the shore of the jersey coast around 10pm or so. I was with my dad and little sister There was
no one else out there, i think it was Beach Haven, which back then was pretty quite at night on the actual beach). We were looking out over the ocean
and the night sky when we saw a "shooting star". The only thing is , is that the "shooting star" never burned out. It kept going until hit struck
the ocean way, way out in the horizon. Now if nothing else would have happened after that, it could have been a "shooting star" (meteor). However,
right after it hit the ocean, there was not an explosion, but along a certain length of the ocean horizon, the horizon started to pulsate multiple
colors like a rainbow. It pulsated like that for about 10 seconds or so. I asked my dad what it was and he simply said it was a "shooting star".
Thing is my dad is not really a "deep thinker" or even someone that thinks to much about anything. He is pretty simple (God bless him). So for him
it was just a "shooting star". I was only 7 or 8 and never even saw a meteor and was not old enough to have any intelligence to question him about
why it did not burn out and then most of all why it would make those pulsating colors light up the oceans horizon like it did.
As I got older the memory of it has always stayed with me.
All I can think is that it indeed was some type of UFO that either crashed into the ocean or dove into it and made those pulsating colors that lit up
the ocean horizon.
What else could do that? does anyone have a rational explaination? A metor would not do that, right?
Also i am adding this following part for ignorant people like KLOSTERMA'S ignorant post below. I am NOT trying to prove that UFO's exist ( of course
they do or there would not be a term for it). What i am asking is is there something that can crash into the ocean and make these types of lights
after impact (a "rational" explaination).
[edit on 15-7-2005 by GREGNOW]