Last night, in the part of Tennessee where the borders of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia meet, I saw a tight cluster of lights flying slowly above
my family's farm.
I went and got my sister so she could see, but mainly just to have someone else to back me up on it so I wouldn't sound like a total lunatic nutjob if
I was the only person who talked about seeing it. She saw it and thought it was very strange.
There were two of these flying objects. My sister thought they were traveling fast, but they seemed to move kind of slowly, in my opinion. I posted
about it on facebook and one of my facebook friends who lives nearby said she saw them last night too. She said she's seen them in the past and think
it's military aircraft practicing in flight refueling. I guess it's possible, especially since Israel would probably rely on such help from the US
military in a bombing of Iran, but I just think the aircraft were moving too slowly to be practicing that.
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to even see what shape the objects are. All I could see was clusters of lights and sometimes they would flash in
sort of a timed pattern such as glitter, dark, glitter, dark, glitter, dark, and so on sort of like the flashing lights on commercial planes, except
these aircraft had clusters of lights, not just a couple or a very few. Sometimes, they seem almost directly overhead and often travel in the
direction toward Virginia, but eventually come back around.
Tonight, I got home from the University of Kentucky versus University of Tennessee football game and there was one flying what seemed to be right
above the farm. I pointed it out to dad and he said he's seen them a lot of times in the past! I was shocked that he didn't mention it before, but
perhaps he was afraid people would think he was crazy or afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. I only saw one tonight as opposed to the two last night
and it traveled in the route from here to Virginia, except at one point, I went outside to feed the dogs turkey bones and turkey fat scraps and I
could see it far west in the distance, still in Tennessee.
The weather last night and again tonight was as clear as a bell. There were no storms, there was no precipitation, no lightning, and little to no
cloud cover. Just these weird aircraft visible from their clusters of glittering, twinkling lights! They come and go and I haven't seen one in two
or three hours now.
Has anyone seen anything similar before?
edit on 28-11-2010 by Tyrone because: Grammar