posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 03:10 AM
Alright, I don't create many threads and upon reading some of the ones everyone posts, I go "yea right". I do believe in life outside of our
planet and the possibility of other-worldly craft, and I have something on my hands that just happened to me tonight that freaked me out a bit. I
I was driving home from work, it was about 12:40am and there are trees to the left and right of the road. Tall trees with housing developments and
such. All of a sudden I see a very bright green light come out from over the trees to the left, cross the road and head over the trees to the right.
As it crossed the road, the light "burnt out" so to speak. Meaning, the light seemed like if it were a strobe, it was on turning off.
The strange thing is, I never saw the light come back on and once I got a clearance from the trees, I did not see the light again. The sky was very
clear tonight...no clouds, just the moon and some stars.
Let me tell you, this was travelling too low and too fast to be a plane. I am NOT ruling out that it could be a plane, but as I said, it was flying
too low. I immediately looked up the FAA lights to see what colors they were...I know you can always see red and white flashing lights and I have
never seen a green light on an airplane BUT it did say there is a green navigation light on the right wing of the plane. Being placed on the right
wing would definately put it in place for the angle I saw this object at and the direction it was travelling.
The only thing is, there was no sound...if the plane were flying THAT low, I am sure there would be sound. I do not have pictures, as this happened
so fast I couldn't get to my phone. I don't think this was some alien craft, but it COULD be. All I am wanting to know is more on FAA
lights...does the green light strobe on an airplane? Etc etc.
Any insight is much appreciated. Thanks in advance