|Occurred : 11/25/2006 20:00 (Entered as : 11/25/07 20:00)
Reported: 11/27/2006 5:19:21 PM 17:19
Location: Gulf Beeze, FL
Duration:early evening until dawn
|I noticed the light several times while walking my dog and thought it to be one of hte more beautiful stars I had seen. It has a fluctuating Green/blue/red/white luminosity and varies in intensity almost like a brightly twinkling star, except that no matter what tie o evening or early morning, it doesn't traverse the sky like the rest of the planets and stars.
I pointed it out to several other people who dismissed it as an approaching plane, however it hasn't changed position on the night I have noticed it. I did not notic it befoe a week ago. It is positioned over south toward Fort Walton, and westward over the Gulf of Mexico. I thought perhaps it miht be a helicopter, howver it doesn't move at all, or fade. The lights are flashing, much like an aircraft. I may be wrong, but thought to report it... as everyone else has dismissed it as a star or plane without another thought. I am intrigued by how many people take for granted what is in the sky and aren't interested in even giving a second glance. Makes me wonder how much we actually are ginorant of and miss above us...very few people I know are willing to entertain the idea there might be something more in the nighht sky.
((NUFORC Note: Probably a sighting of Sirius, we suspect, or of some other star. PD))