posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 05:42 PM
as a continuation of Part 1:
This one is a bit harder for me to describe. I hope you all can get the gist of what I'm trying to say:
On the evening of December 21, 2011, I observed my first, truly unidentifiable, flying object(s).
It was after midnight. I'm not sure of the exact time because I didn't have my phone. My wife had to make a flying trip to Abilene that night and
it was pretty late when she left. I was waiting up for her, just messing around the house. I decided it was time for a smoke so I grabbed a
cigarette and made my way out to the back yard. I stood next to the porch for a minute, facing east. It was a dark night. Partly cloud with a
crescent moon only visible from time to time, if memory serves correct. As I stood there, I notice a couple of dogs barking in the distance. For a
dark and cloudy night, that was kind of odd, especially at that time of night. In all my time there I can say its always pretty quiet. Only distant
highway noise if any at all. But the dogs barking, for some reason made me want to turn to the north. As I did so, an extremely bright light caught
my attention. It was just north west of where I stood. I had to look up at it, I would say at a 60 - 65 degree angle from the horizon. It was so
bright and glowing a white to pale orange color, but mostly white. I stared at it wondering what it was. As I stared, it began to ascend. I think
it stayed in relatively the same location other than climbing in altitude. As it rouse higher into the sky, the light got smaller. I ended up
looking almost straight up to see it as it climbed high in the air. After it reached a certain height it began to descend. It came back down to
around the first altitude I observed it at. And continued to do this maneuver three times. Rising and falling in a smooth, stop free flight. Even
when it would change direction and begin coming down it wouldn't slow down or stop first. It would rise pretty quickly and suddenly switch to a fall
with no delay.
After the third time I observed this, it smoothly changed direction and moved off towards the west, but only slightly. I would say it moved about
1000 feet (my measurements may be off a bit) to the west from its original position, where it went into the same ascending and descending maneuvers as
before. It again, pulled this stunt three times before moving westward even more.
By this time I realized it was something odd, never witness before by me, in the sky. I started walking down my driveway towards the west because I
didn't want to loose sight of it. It continued to ascend and descend rapidly, this time, however, at the top of its ascent, it moved towards the
north for a short distance and then back to its original area of descending. All with the smoothest of motions. It never slowed down any from one
direction change to the next. In this new location it pulled the same northward movement at the top of its ascent and returned back so it could
descend. This is were I officially new it was unidentifiable.
Now, as I watched it towards the west, Instead of ascending again after it reached the bottom of its descent, it just continued on its way all the way
down to the ground and out of sight behind a distant treeline. I could barley see the horizon past the treeline so I know it landed, or at least went
below the tree canopies. I was astonished at this sight. I asked my self aloud, "Did it really, really, just land?" I stood in the middle of the
driveway, with my eyes glued to its location, for about a minute to a minute and a half. I couldn't see the light anymore but I knew it had to be
there still. As I continued to watch for its return, it suddenly shot up from behind the dark tree line. It rouse at about the same pace as it moved
before. This time was different though. As it climbed, another, identical light appeared from the exact same location behind the trees. It to rouse
up, following the same trajectory as the first. I'm sure my mouth was hanging wide open like a zombie's, by that time.
So, these two 'orbs' as I've come to call them, ascended to about forty, forty five degrees from the horizon. One below the other. When the first
one reached a certain point (40-45 *) it made a sudden turn to turn to the east. The second light, right behind it, made the same turn at the same
location and after it followed for about a second, it made a straight line, right back down to where they had lifted off from. At that time I was
torn between watching for its return and keeping my eye on the first which was now accelerating past me and continued to accelerate(i think) until it
could no longer be seen. It just kept going faster and faster. I would look back in the direction of the landed one, and then right back towards the
east to see the back side of the light getting further away. Every time I looked back to it, it was exponentially further away. It was out of sight
in about a minute.