posted on Oct, 24 2006 @ 12:26 PM
Before my soccer game started, I thought, what the heck, it's a clear sky and I'll look around for UFO's. Cracking up, I layed down on the grass,
and holy crap, there was an object that looked like a star in the sky. I took my keys and held them in my hand, braced on my chest, and alligned the
key tip with the "star" to see if it was moving. After 5 or so minutes of not moving, I wiped my brow in a "whew" style, and relaxed, thinking no
wonder they are always saying that people are mistaking stars and planets for UFO's! But then I got to thinking, it's not dark out, at all. What
the hell can this be? So, I have not moved my position, and still have my key planted on the "star" and I look back to check it out. It's moved.
Not a lot, maybe an inch to my perspective. So, logically I congratulate myself on being so smart, figuring in the rotation of the planet etc, so I
pat myself on the back for not being one of those "I saw sumthin" in the sky people. But, then, it keeps moving. And moving, and moving, and
moving. At this point, I'm saying outloud to myself, "no f'ing way" etc. Now the game is on, and it's got my FULL attention. This goes on for
20 minutes. It sits in one spot, then moves a little, then sits, moves, etc. I sware it actually glowed brighter a couple times, and looked kinda
like it morphed into a different shape for a moment two or three times, but I was looking with my naked eyes.
Finally, after 30 min or more, I actually got bored. I kept waiting for it to shoot off at 1000 mph or something, but nada. At this point, at least
30 min into watching this thing, I look over to see if any more guys had arrived to play soccer, look back, and it's gone. I was pissed. I still
had my keys on my chest braced, and the tip of my car key on the object. My head was on my soccer ball, and I didn't get up or move my head. Only
my eyes. I was taking this thing seriously, and I REALLY wanted to see it take off! I continued to look, relaxed, refocused, but didn't move, and
it was gone. Kinda bummed on the whole not seeing it leave thing.
For you techie watcher/searcher guys, here are the conditions...
Time 5:30pm PST. Duration was from 5:30pm to a tad after 6pm
Sky- blue, no clouds, beautiful
Wind- light breeze
Look, I REALLY wish I could say it was a balloon. I JUST found this forum, and I JUST watched the UFO movie by Jose Escamilla. I swear, when I layed
down as I always do before soccer, waiting for all the other players, something in my head was saying, c'mon, look up in the sky for UFO's. I
jokingly was talking back to myself like "get real, shut up, don't be a fool" type inner dialog. But it got the best of me and I looked up. I
said, out loud at this thing, "you've got to be f'ing kidding me" and I was laughing out loud at myself thinking that I was seeing a UFO, right
after viewing a documentary on the subject. Then it started moving.
I've always been interested in UFO's, and even had an interesting experience camping alone once in the mountains, where the tent became illuminated
with liquid light and all I remember after that is a silver buzzing object around my face.
I guess what I'm saying is, in the back of my mind I always thought (hoped) that the UFO thing may be fake. Strange, but I knew it wasn't if that
makes sense. Thinking something may have happened to me that night camping, against my knowledge and will, is not always the most pleasant thought.
It's cool to have a forum such as ATS (although I still think some of the stories here are freaking nutty, but I'm not judging), I'm keeping one
eye on the ground, and one eye in the sky now ;-)