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Occurred : 3/2/2011 00:00 (Entered as : 3-2-11 0:00)
Reported: 3/2/2011 8:20:33 AM 08:20
Posted: 3/10/2011
Location: Murfreesboro, TN
Shape: Light
Duration:4 minutes
Light, blinking, hovering,

I walked out of my apartment on campus to the balcony and was standing outside, a few minutes after midnight, and as always looked up in the sky, smoking a cigarette. As I was looking up, I looked in the direction of the big dipper and just stared for maybe 5 seconds and a white light literally appeared out of nowhere and began to just hover and flash!!! I ran back inside and got my girlfriend and showed her, and she, in her half asleep state, said it was indeed flashing but she didn't know what it was (and didn't care.) I continued to look for a few more seconds, the light still in the sky, flicked my cigarette, finished at this point, looked once more and went inside. Less than one hour later, I went back out for the same reason, and looked in the same spot as before. Nothing was in the sky, stars barely visible from the constant lights on campus. Then as before, the light appeared bright in the sky, and this time, i raced down to the sidewalk to get a bet! ter look. Funny energies telling me this was getting worse as I got closer, I got to the sidewalk and the light was still there. As I stared in disbelief at the fact that it was still actually there, it began to move closer!!! My heart began to race, my cigarette trembling in my hand, and no one else witnessing this but me, I watched, the light moving toward me but jerking rapidly as it moved, and as it got closer, ironically, 3 police cars drove by and I'm sure they wondered why I was wide eyed and mouth open looking in the sky. As the thought to stop the last officer came to my head, the light that was moving toward me, just as it was blinking before, ceased instantly, less than a few hundred feet from my apartment building. Chills and a worried mind were the last two things I took in as I went back inside, for the final time that night.