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Tonight at home, me & 2 others witnessed the familiar star like orb that we see from time to time over our clear skies in low altitude.This time though we got a treat.We saw something that we've never seen this bright orb do before while in flight,it totally vanished right before our eyes.
The sighting was short & only lasted a minute or a few seconds over.I was star gazing for about an hour before the sighting.Matter of fact,every since our last star like Orb sighting a few weeks ago,I've made it a point to go outside just after sunset & star gaze for awhile.As always,the very bright object was moving slow in a steady path but in a lower altitude than the last time seen.When gazing,I'm constantly looking around in all directions & the object seemed to just suddenly appear but I could be wrong.As soon as I spotted it I got inside the house as soon as I could & yelled for my wife to come outside.She came quickly & said yeah that's it again,so I yelled for my daughter to come out & look before it got further away.She came outside quickly & was viewing this object when within seconds,it vanished.And that was the shocker because even my daughter couldn't hardly believed that as bright as it was & as clear as we could see it,it just vanished.No trace anywhere,it was gone & out of sight. There were no clouds at the time & the moon was full.I had a cheap video camera on me,figured it was better than nothing but by the time I got the power on,that's when it was gone.See there was no getting fainter & fainter as it glided off into the distance,it was bright in a flight path & like a light switch it was off.
There is something to this folks. I don't know what it is but strange things are going on in our skies.And these bright single star like orbs I believe are unique. We've never witnessed more than 1 at a time.It makes one think of a pure energy source.
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