posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 10:31 PM
reply to post by burntheships
I have a pilot friend, he's been flying his entire life, has two pretty cool biplanes. Takes some great photos of whales off the coast.
Very much a straight shooter, you kind of have to be to safely operate one almost every other day.
Met him while he was fixing up my internet connection. Kind of like the way I am, I blurt out the question "You ever seen anything strange up
there?" He told me flatly, nope.
Then he goes on to tell me, but I did see something a month ago from my lawn... I guess his neighbor knocks on his door at around 3:00 P.M - ghost
white... Says "Have you seen the balls?" Obviously confused, him and his grandson step outside to see: 3 car-sized golden orbs, no higher than 2,000
feet, just hovering right above them.
He told me that they were motionless, just sitting there for about four minutes.. Before in unison, they jet off diagonally as high into the sky as
can be. Yet they don't dissapear, they mimic stars instead, keeping formation the entire time.
Obviously I'm nudging him, "you take pictures... where was your camera!" ... I guess when you see something like that, you're too busy rubbing
your eyes to go fetch for one.
I've seen something very similar to this, but at a much farther distance. 2k feet is not very much at all.
I really think these "balls of light" are a phenomena in their own.
Like those Foo Fighters back in Ww2 --- very interesting stuff.
Thanks for the thread.