|Occurred : 10/15/2010 02:30 (Entered as : 10/15/10 2:30)
Reported: 10/15/2010 2:46:43 AM 02:46
Location: Cheyenne, WY
|U.F.O in Cheyenne, Wyoming
As I stepped out on my porch facing towards the west, to have a smoke, I was observing towards the north-west across the parking lot of a grocery store. I noticed what I thought was a star,low but motionless, flickering brilliant colors of green, blue and white. In awww, I stayed focused on this "star." My opinion changed once I noticed this light was swaying slowly back and forth, low enough to be obscurred by the parking lot's lamp post. I felt as if it knew I could see it, because as I would follow it, it would move slowly back behind the lamp post's cover at an angle that I would have to change constantly to keep spotting it. I thought for a second, "I really need somebody else to see this with me," I stepped back in, ran up the stairs and awoke my girlfriend in panic to go see. She got up, got dressed and came out. I pointed at it and it was in the same little area I spotted it at, low but dead still. She seemed sort of mad because it could easily be mi! staken as a "star." I told her to focus on it and after a minute of watching this thing it surely started moving slowly back and forth again. I asked what she thought about it and she replied sort of confused. She then said, "look it moved more towards the right," then instantly this light stopped in place, lifted a little and then completely disappeared. She asked "Did it just disappear?" I didn't know what to say, I wanted to think it didn't disappear but it did and I felt like falling over literally. What I had seen wasn't man-made at all because of its behavior. The flickering of the lights of green, blue and white and sometimes dimming for a second, to its motionless sway and it's elusive movements from my view. It layed low in altitude probably about 800 ft in the air, and out about 5 or 6 miles from our point of location. Thankfully I had my girlfriend as witness to this marvelous but mind boggling event, because if I had seen it alone, I would of probably went mad. ! I am hoping that there was somebody else in town or out in tha! t area, witnessing this light. It has left me sort of paranoid and just weirded out.