|Occurred : 9/5/2008 23:10 (Entered as : 09/05/08 23:10)
Reported: 9/5/2008 11:43:59 PM 23:43
Location: Murrieta, CA
|extremely rapiding blinking red light meets with other, then both go back from original spotted location.
went outside to see what the dogs were barking at. they were barking for a at least 30 mins. shortly after walking outside i saw a red light blinking rapidly. i would compare the blink rate to a eeg test. it was very rapid. it flew across the sky toward me at an angle from my left. i was standing out in front of my house. it then went out of sight. i ran to the back of my house and saw it flying toward another light which was blinking mildly fast. the light that was blinking mildly fast then headed back out in front of my house. then red light which was blinking extremely fast then followed the slower blinking light back to where it came from when i first saw it, and then out of sight. the objects were extremely high. no way for me to tell the altitude. i can say the distance the rapid blinking light covered was about 30-40 or so miles within 15-20 seconds. i judge that by it appearing to be over the mountains way off in the distance 30-40 miles away. there was no noise from the crafts. and i don't think the dogs were barking at the crafts. was just a coincidence i happened to see it while outside. over the past few years this area has had a lot of "sky bombs" i call them. loud noises that shake the very ground under your feet when they go off. very deep sounds, there is nothing as deep and loud that i have heard that i can compare it too. its what i think a nuke might sound like. or a planet colliding with another planet. the other thing we would get is a "sky rolling" i call it. rolling sounds across the sky that i would compare to a huge steel ball rolling on a table. but much deeper and fast. it gos from one side of the sky to the other repeatedly, making the trip in seconds.just the noise that is. i don't actually see anything. on a side note. this just happened mins before i sent this to be sure its clear and not distorted.