29 September 2012

I Want To Believe

Just in case you didn't see it on Facebook--Dean and I had the pleasure of seeing our first UFO together the other night.  Unfortunately, the object was too small to capture with the cameras on our phones, but it was a great experience and screw the nonbelievers!  

Here is the account that I sent into MUFON (The Mutual UFO Network):

My boyfriend and I were leaving my apartment to make a run to the grocery store across the street from our complex. We got out into the parking lot when I noticed something flashing in the sky. At first glance I thought that we may have been witnessing a dying star due to its initial redness in color. This theory was quickly debunked by noticeable movement of the object. We based the movement of the object on the tree lines that were directly in our line of sight. It quickly became apparent that the object was hovering, then moving up and down, side to side, in a slow but erratic sort of flight path.

We walked down the street to where we could get a better view of the object. It seemed to be moving faster and with more definition, but still maintaining its approximate position in the sky. The lights would flash red, then white, then red, then white as if we were constantly seeing different sides and angles of the object. It was also apparent at this time that the object appeared to be disc shaped.

There were planes in the sky by which to compare the object. There were no similarities in flight paths, object behavior, or patterns in the flashing lights that we witnessed. We again walked to an area of the street where we thought we could get a better view of the object. By this point, it had completely disappeared from sight. We returned to where we saw the object before, but nothing was left in the sky to be seen.

This was a clear night. No clouds in the sky, moderate temperatures. Planes were evident as I am certain other common flight craft would be as well.


It was kind of a strange thing actually getting to see one.  I always imagined how I would react, what would be going through my head, who I would call--but really it just kind of made me happy.  Dean and I were continuously trying to debunk what we saw, trying to convince ourselves otherwise but the fact that no other explanation made any kind of sense was a new feeling entirely.

I'm generally a pretty rational person and a great point is drawn when they say that the biggest skeptics are the believers.

The truth is out there! 

1 comment:

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

Who knows? My cousin says he saw a UFO quite clearly once years ago. He didn't tell anyone for a long time so that no one would think he was nuts.


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