Hello ATS. I've been a long time lurker, but due to some recent experiences I've decided that it's now time to share some things with you guys.
For the past year or so I've witnessed strange activities in the sky. I live in Arizona near a very prominent military base and have kept a keen eye
on all such activities. Besides an increase in military presence across the skies night after night, I've seen a lot of strange lights at night that I
cannot attribute to any aircraft I know, as well as some of the creepiest very deep machine like noises I've ever heard that go across the sky but
lack ANY lights with them whatsoever.
I experienced one of these noises the other night around midnight while sitting outside observing the sky. It was very loud and almost plane like, but
deeper and grumblier that any plane I've ever heard before. It came from the west, seemed to hover directly above my neighborhood for about 30
seconds, and then shot away to the south. Absolutely no lights accompanied this noise, and looking in the sky I saw nothing. I actually felt a bit
terrified by this sound. Has anyone else heard noises like this by chance?
I've contemplated this for awhile, and after doing so I remembered some very interesting pictures I took about a year ago during a monsoon. I was
originally trying to capture a rainbow in the sky, but after looking at the pictures on my computer I noticed a strange dislike shape in the clouds.
So....I decided to post it on here. Can anyone tell me what this is? (btw, the black thing in the picture is my thumb lol)
I also inverted the image. It definitely doesn't look like the same color as the clouds.
Here is another image that's a bit closer.
Inverted as well.
This one looks like it's changed shapes.
edit on 26-6-2012 by FantastikNostalgik because: i can't figure out how to link images :[
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FantastikNostalgik because: (no reason given)
The Introduction Forum is for introductions To tell something about you; not to start a thread about a topic.“Intro threads” that are
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Welcome to ATS, it’s time to introduce yourself.
You have posted what could be a very interesting topic in the "Introductions thread". This area is solely for introducing yourself (as you can see by
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After you have managed to get 20 posts under your belt, you can then start your own threads in their appropriate areas.
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After you have managed to get 20 posts under your belt, start your own thread in one of the appropriate areas as we'd love to hear more on this
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PLEASE REFER TO MY POST HERE
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