posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 03:16 AM
I live in Foster City California and just recently, have seen the phenomena you guys describe, no joke. I was lying on the hood of my truck on Oct.
29th at around 6:30-7:00 PM, smoking a cigarette. Looking up at the stars, I noticed what appeared to be a non-twinkling, white-blue star, coming in
from the north-northeast heading south. I didn't know what I was looking at, it looked like a star, except it was moving. Not only was it
drifting along, it stopped directly overhead, changed course, sped-up and slowed down, which piqued my interest immediately. The thing moved too fluid
to be a plane, helicopter, satellite (my first thought) or anything else. It moved in the sky like an air hockey puck, fluid and erratic, yet staying
I ran to get my binoculars (even though I was afraid I might lose it). Through my binoculars, it was a bright, fuzzy white-blue disk, never seen
anything like it before. Have no idea what it was but, I'm convinced I've witnessed a UFO.
Impressed by what I'd seen, I went out the next night and sure enough, another "Moving star" appeared. I had my telescope this time. Through the
scope, it looked like a dim blue-green circle, not as bright as the one from the previous night.
What does all this mean? I have no idea. UFOs that look like stars from the ground sounds like the perfect camouflage, if it's not moving, it's
impossible to pick it out from the stars. Pretty amazing world we live on here, lots of stuff going on behind the scenes.
So, if you live in Foster City or the San Francisco Bay Area, pay attention to the stars at night, you might spot a UFO.