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Occurred : 9/12/2005 22:35 (Entered as : 09/12/2005 22:35)
Reported: 9/13/2005 2:03:50 PM 14:03
Posted: 10/11/2005
Location: San Antonio, TX
Shape: Formation
Duration:5 minutes
Star like objects hovering in sky, slowly moving, disappearing and reappearing

I was driving on Loop 1604 East between Bandera and I-10 when I looked up in the sky and noticed 3 star-like objects in a strange pattern in the sky, almost in a vertical line except the middle one was a little to the right, all almost due east and not too high in the sky.

At first I thought they were stars, but then they seemed too close, as if I was approaching them, so then I thought that it might be a tower, but it wasn't completely vertical, but then they seemed to move slightly, drifting back and forth it seemed really slowly. Then the middle one drifted a lot more to the right and then stopped, so that they were in a triangle formation. Then all of a sudden, two of them disappeared, leaving one there. I could see a helicopter flying around closer to me doing a sort of circular run like they were noticing this too. Then, as I was about to turn on I-10, I looked over Fiesta Texas, and noticed one of the star like objects were directly north now, hovering over, and it seemed I could make out a sort of dancing light movement around them at this time. I looked back at the one in the east, and then all of a sudden another appeared next to it again, first at a steady brightness, and then it started to strobe a bit like it was fading in and out. As I turned on I-10, I started to approach some clouds, and lost them all about a minute later. It was very strange, and I haven't seen or heard anything about them today, but I feel sure someone else had to have seen them, because 1604 is a pretty busy route. This all lasted about 5 minutes.


((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))