posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 01:06 PM
I do a paper round a couple of times a week. One Thursday morning in October last year, just before 6 am, I was walking up to a customer's door with
their paper. Now... it was just before dawn, the sky behind me was starting to brighten, but ahead of me it was pitch lack. The customer's front door
is on their porch, which is on the side of their house. The sky was clear. The street lights in that street, and the surrounding streets were off
(they're turned off from midnight until 6.30 am to save money). Also, it should be noted that I grew up near an RAF base, so I know when an aircraft
I'm looking at is travelling at supersonic speeds.
So, I'm walking up the path towards the door, and I see a light, similar to a very bright star / Venus in size and shape, but moving VERY fast -
definitely supersonic - in a diagonal / downwards trajectory. Whatever it was, it had no tail, it was VERY close to the ground when I lost sight of
it, and it scared the hell out of me. My heart skipped a beat, I literally gasped...I was genuinely shocked.
I saw my mum's car drive past once...while I was in my mum's car. I tried to look inside, but it was dark inside the 'other' car...like something
was sucking all the light out.
Recently, I drove about 10 miles without realising it. The last thing I remember was driving on the outskirts of a town, then I was stopping in
traffic in a village 10 miles away. I get lost in my own thoughts alot. but I can always remember something, except for this time. Also, now I'm
thinking about it, when I was driving out of the town, the people around me were driving like I wasn't there.
Sorry if this doesn't make much sense... I've got a broken elbow - can't move it - so I'm typing one-handed. Trying to type as little as possible!