|Occurred : 2/15/2002 19:00 (Entered as : 02/??/02 19:00)
Reported: 2/17/2009 5:03:24 PM 17:03
Location: Kingston (Canada), ON
|It moved to fast and had no sound.
I was sitting on the window sill cleaning the outside glass when a bright object caught my eye. Being half in and half out, of the upstairs window, I had a 180 degree view of due south facing the St. Laurence River. The sky ceiling was about 10,000 feet, but I may be off on that.
My first thought was ‘man he’s fling really low!’, but when I considered how fast it was moving and how bright it was I then thought ‘holly crap that’s moving fast!’. Having lived for many years less than a quarter mile from a Canadian Air Force landing strip (Trenton Ontario) and witness to many many night time flights of craft of all sorts I knew the sight of running lights and the sounds they made. I also know what a plane/jet looks like when the sun is beyond the horizon and reflecting on it and running lights. More over I know the sound. This thing had no sound from the moment I first saw it to well after it passed from the point where I could see it (I went out doors to find it again).
Simply put, an unusually clean white coloured craft less than a quarter inch in size (to my eyes) flew a full 180 degrees across my field of view in less than 10 seconds. I have never seen anything move that fast, move in a perfectly straight line and make no sound...non at all.
This is only the second time I have shared this and I’m doing this because of what you said on the coast to coast program. I’m a mature person and was in my mid to late 30’s when I saw what I saw. It left such an impression on me that I think about it more often then I would like.