posted on Jun, 14 2010 @ 11:45 PM
This fascinating to me from the point of view that both those videos show , pretty much, what i saw back when i was a teenager and sparked my interest
in UFOs. The main difference being what i witnessed, with a friend, were visible to the naked eye.
The shape was virtually identical but it sure wasn't geese as geese, don't reflect green and red, as well as white.
We were both at that age when we were allowed out during dark on our own for the first time without our folks knowing where we, specifically, were.
The two of us were lying on grass bank just watching the night sky. The conditions were pretty clear and dry. However, due to the location, a large
town there was a certain haze that extended to about 20 degrees above the horizon from the reflected street lights from the layer of pollution over
Suddenly, both our attention was drawn to a perfect V formation of lights heading our way virtually over head. They looked exactly as they do in
these two videos, only as stated, they were visible. My first thought was. Strange, never seen a single aircraft carry that many lights, there were a
dozen or more. As i pondered this, the formation split prefect down the centre, by about 3-4 degrees, traversed about 10 degrees of the sky and then
rejoined in perfect formation as before.
At this point i sat up to follow the track of the formation and so did my friend. he looked at me and we both said simultaneously... "I didn't see
that did I?". "Those lights didn't just part then rejoin?"... With this, both of us ran to the top of the bank, we'd been lying on, and watched
as the formation suddenly disappeared about 35 degrees above the Northern horizon. They didn't fade, as they should have done into the haze, they
just went out. It was October and about 7;30 pm ,so the sun had long gone, so it wasn't something reflecting sunlight, from below the horizon.
What's more it was totally silent. I don;t believe it was 3-4 aircraft, as even at a great height, on a still night there would have been enough
engine noise to have heard it. The background noise of the town was pretty minimal, there was, to all intents and purposes, silence as the objects
flew over us.
If they were aircraft, they were flying , literally wing tip to wing tip and the green and red lights were not in any regular pattern. by that i mean
of the dozen lights, most were just white, 2 were green and 1 red. When the lights split one formation had one red and one green the rest white, the
other one green the rest white. I'm stumped if i can think of any aircraft that carried that configuration.
I've often rthoguht of trying to CGI exactly what we saw that night, but these video,s pretty much, nail it.
There's a rather strange postscript to the tale as well. We told no-one, for fear of ridicule, about what we saw that night. Then, within a few days
of the incident, my mother arrives home from work at the library and places a book down for me . She smiled , in the way mothers do when they know
something and simply said. "I thought you might like to read this"...
The book was "Operation Trojan Horse" by John Keel... the rest , to quote the cliche, is history..