posted on Jun, 19 2012 @ 10:25 AM
You said your house was 5 blocks from the beach. Airplanes fly so high, that if you walk a few blocks to the left or right, it appears to still be
flying in the same spot. So all the airplanes you saw were probably all flying in the same approximate path, and so no latter where you walked in the
5 block area, there was always an airplane seemingly right over you. Kind of how when you are driving in a car at night and you look out the window
and see the moon, and it looks like the moon is following you wherever you go. When I was a youngin, I used to think the moon was following me. But
now I know it is staying in its orbit but appears to always be following me as it appears to be in motion as the sky stays the same while trees and
other landmarks fly by. Of course the moon is much farther than the airplanes, but both are far enough to have the same effect on your visual sense.
Hope this helps. Maybe the last plane that flew low was a coincidence? One plane that took off from the airport a little lower than the rest, or
coming in for a landing a little lower than the others. The fact you did not hear anymore planes after you went in the house could be because other
noise like the tv, air conditioner, and maybe people talking could've drowned out the sound, and the fact that you were indoors could've meant the
walls of your home insulated you from some of the sound. Because there had to be planes in the sky still, as you said you live near an airport.