posted on Sep, 25 2012 @ 07:17 AM
It's Five AM, and I have been debating since I joined ATS not that long ago, when would be a proper time share my story on this forum; why I am
interested in ATS, and what my past is concerned with in relation to some topics that can be found on this site. I've been contemplating and
contemplating whether or not I should share my story because to be completely honest, I get upset, emotional and shaky when I think and talk about
everything that I have personally experienced. I also feel that telling my story often will devalue it and make it susceptible to slander. I also
contemplated that sharing these experiences on ATS might ruin my credibility on future discussions, because I might be marked at the "crazy person
who claims this stuff had happened" what a joke blah blah blah. But I have come to the conclusion that, that doesn't matter to me anymore.......
I feel my stomach drop when I tell random snippets of my experiences to people, and even when they tell me they believe me, I still feel empty inside
because I know that when they say they do, THEY WEREN'T THERE. So they can't truly believe me even if they say they do. It doesn't make me feel
better. It's like no matter who and how many times I tell my story I will never find any answers because NOBODY HAS THEM. And I hate it because I
KNOW THAT. So why even bother upsetting myself.. because I still feel the need and responsibility to get my story out. I won't lose hope because I
feel I will get to know one day.
I don't know where to start, so I am just going to start out by straight out telling you what I have experienced and how and when these events came
On September 4th of 2005 in the town of Pelican Lake, Wisconsin I experienced something that would change my life forever. Yes, it's another UFO
sighting, like the millions reported around the world, but mine is a little different, if you would just bear with me and read on a bit more.
So, I went outside to take a break from chatting online to have a cigarette on my patio/deck because I don't smoke in the house. My house at the time
was situated on a 21 acre field surrounded by forest. I lived on a gravel road, and my house was the ONLY house on that road. I had no neighbors
besides for the farmer who had his own land and lived on the other of the forest behind my house. Pretty isolated in the country. Anyways, I started
smoking and then looked up into the sky casually like I always did often because it's usually really pretty. What I saw was a an orb of light, about
3/4ths the size of a full moon (as a size reference) zig zagging around in the sky, at first, I thought woah what the hell, as most people probably
would, and I continued to watch. Moments later 2 more appeared and they were all zooming around in different non-patterned directions. They were
faster than any aircraft known to man that I have ever seen. I literally, at times, could not keep track of where they were. They could zoom away and
then half way across the sky come to a complete stop, and then progress very slowly again. They were very random and could SWITCH COMPLETELY OPPOSITE
DIRECTION AT THE DROP OF A DIME. I did not hear any sound emitting from the light sources. NONE. The sky was completely clear not a cloud in sight. It
was slighting brisk (chilly out). After a little while of watching I had a moment of sheer panic at which I ran inside and almost broke the screen,
half running into the slider door in a frantic attempt to open it and get inside. I got back on the computer and typed frantically in my chat window
to whatever chat boxes I had open telling whoever was listening what was happening. Then I immediately called my brother, who was in California at the
time, what I was seeing. I was in tears by this time and he could barely understand what I was saying.
After I gained some composer I opened the slider door again and went back out on the deck.
Only to be looking at something even more visually traumatizing than what I seen the last time I was out there.
This time the orbs of light were rotating around each other. One was stationary in the middle, while the other two were rotating, or orbiting, in a
circular formation, counter-clockwise around the satellite orb (the stationary orb in the middle). Moments later the unimaginable happened, beam
emitted from the middle orb of light into the tree line. It was a wide beam, about the width, this time, of a full moon and half (as size reference).
The beam also moved in a circular formation, like if you were to take a string and tie a small object to the end of it and make circles with it while
it's hanging down. That is what it was doing, right into the tree line. The treeline behind my house, which is also the forest that separates my
house from the farmers house on the other side.
I just stared, terrified and still crying a little. The beam subsided after a while but then something else started to happen, it's almost as if they
3 multiplied into a perfectly patterned strand. Like "oooooo". And then slinkied back in again into 1, and then multiplied out again... it repeated
this new formation for a while. During this time a solo, lone orb of light was zooming around the sky a ways to the left from this formation, and for
a minute, and I know this will sound weird, it's like it flew "at my face". All I know is that I was watching it way up in the sky and then
suddenly I felt myself being startled backwards, like something was coming at me, that I actually stumbled back a few steps on my feet. It's like
when someone pops out from the side of the wall to play a prank on you.
This whole ordeal, from the moment I stepped outside to have my smoke, from the time I decided to stay inside, endured for a whole 3 hours. What I
want to note, is that some time after my sighting, I tried to find someone else who reported the same thing in the surrounding area, and I had not
found anything even remotely similar. Also, did not in other states, or even countries for that matter. What I mean is that none of them took place
for 3 whole hours. The majority of reports I found anywhere were 3 minutes there, 15 minutes, 20 minutes, 8 minutes etc up to 1 hour or so. It was not
until about last year that I had a possible revelation in thought about my sighting, that upset me once again, that there might be a possibility that
some time was unaccounted for, as in lost time. As in I did not witness these "UFOS" for 3 hours, that something happened to cause a shift in time.
All I know is what the clock said when I came back in, in reference to what time it was when I went outside. Thinking about that makes me feel worried
The next morning I went outside in my backyard to do whatever. I ended up seeing a black helicopter without a door flying low right over the EXACT
part of the treeline where most of the "UFO" formations took place. The helicopter went back and forth in the general area more than once. My first
thought was "someone knows about what happened last night." As I have never seen a helicopter flying that low around my house in the 5 or more years
I had been living there at the time.
Later that night I could not sleep. I lied in my bed, which was against the wall next to my window at the time, just staring out the window all night
on my side waiting to see if I would see them again. I lied there for hours and hours awake. Soon enough, it was dawn, and the sun was JUST starting
to come up.