|Occurred : 12/1/2005 22:00 (Entered as : 12/1/05 22:00)
Reported: 12/2/2005 7:46:33 AM 07:46
Location: Edmond, OK
Duration:1 1/2+ hours
|3 motionless objects w/ blinking lights
My husband was on the phone with a friend of ours who lives just down the street from us in our neighborhood. He and his wife had spotted objects in the sky and asked my husband if we had seen them/been watching them. My husband went outside to see them then came back inside, woke me up and had me go out and look at them. There were 3 distant objects (that I could see) in the Eastern sky. They appeared not to be moving at all. They were brighter than stars and "twinkling"/"blinking". Had they been moving I would have thought they were airplanes or helicopters or something. But what struck us all was that they appeared to be motionless but just as bright if not brighter than an airplane or such. When we first looked at them there were two other aircrafts in the air that were moving so it was easy to tell the difference between and airplane/helicopter and what we were seeing, which were seemingly motionless. I decided to use my husband's binoculars to see if I could get a better view of what they were. I looked at each one and they each had the same characteristics. It was FREEZING outside so it was hard for me to stand still and my shaking from the cold made my vision a bit blurry at times through the binoculars. I couldn't see an "object" per say, but each "object" had bright, blinking lights (red, green, white, blue, etc.) that appeared to blink very quickly and seemed to change the pattern of their blinking/lighting-up. With the binoculars, I could clearly see the lights. The lights lit up clearly in circles but it was difficult for me to see their patterns as I was shaking from the cold and the patterns that the lights lit up in seemed to change very quickly. We came to the conclusion that they were satellites since we know very little about this type of thing, but after looking into sattelites on the internet have determined that not to be the case. We are all completely stumped at what we saw. But these objects didn't appear to move a bit for at least an hour and a half (till we finally went to bed). There has been no mention of it on the news and am very curious for an explanation of what we saw.