|Occurred : 6/15/2006 03:30 (Entered as : 06/15/2006 3:30)
Reported: 3/15/2009 12:07:50 AM 00:07
Location: San Antonio, TX
|Light forms that disappear and reappear that seem to be dancing around each other.
My friend and I were sitting on top of his apartment complex downtown, which is about 16 stories. It has a very nice view of all downtown and then some, and has a great view of the city. It was very late for me and was about 3:30am. My friend had taken off for awhile to go inside his apartment. While he was gone, I was noticing the historic Emily Morgan Hotel and a hawk- like bird, which seemed to be huge flying around the top of the building that was lit. I thought it was rather odd, so I keep on looking in that direction. Before you know it, I was noticing an object that looked like a star that was very bright that just appeared from nowhere around the same area. It was moving around the same general area and would disappear and reappear and was flying by really fast, I later found out that this was no star. I thought this was really strange. Then I was trying to follow it around with my eyes and I was really excited to be witnessing this. Another light that looked like the same one appeared in another direction below that to the right and it looked like they would appear and reappear and fly away. I was really excited to be seeing this and hoped that it would last as long as possible. Later, I had seen a third object that had looked like the same of them appear in another direction (to the lower left), kind of like an off triangle formation. By this time, my friend had come back and I was hoping that he saw the same thing that I was seeing just to reaffirm and because I just couldn’t believe it. He saw the same thing that I was seeing. For about 20-30 minutes, these 3 light objects were appearing and disappearing, getting brighter and lighter, and seemed to be like dancing in the sky between one another. It was the coolest and most bizarre thing that I have ever witnessed.
((NUFORC Note: Source of report indicates that the date of the incident is approximate. PD))