Originally posted by woodwardjnr
From your little sketch, could it have been one of these police drones?
In a way, it could have been - but the balls of light (which I am interpreting as sun reflecting on something) were further away from the central
part, less uniform and weirdly the top 2 were (a) smaller and (b) more orange... that includes it 'rotating' so you would think if they were smaller
due to size then during rotation they would get bigger?!? Im confusing myself. It seemed more 'organic' to me - e.g. less rigid, hence me thinking
was it some sort of weather balloon and the rotation was due to wind? The rotation was slow, and it was a long, long way off - so it would have been
The way it disappeared got me as it happened like it just 'vanished' - I even wondered around the front of my house trying to locate it (with
neighbours asking me strange questions!). That could have been due to the sun lowering and the 'reflected light' no longer bouncing off (a bit like
as a satellite traverses into and out of view at night). It could have been 'real' lights, but the lower ones were so bright and looked just like
when the sun shines of a high altitude aeroplane (albeit that is normally quite brief - this lasted for about 1 minute).
He wants evidence, but frankly there are dozens of videos, photos, sightings from credible witnesses and still people refuse to believe. They make fun
of every video, laugh at the photos and ridicule the witnesses. I wonder if an alien crossed their path would they believe their own eyes? I doubt
Someone did suggest it was a US Drone (quad) being tested for the olympics - but unless they are the size of planes (commercial) then it was not that.
I've re-analysed the angle and height and can say it was up very, very high. Really has perplexed me this.
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