|Occurred : 11/26/1984 22:00 (Entered as : 031012 22:00)
Reported: 3/10/2012 10:19:36 PM 22:19
Location: St. Charles, IL
|Object pulses in the red-blue-purple spectrum.
About 9 PM CST I witnessed 2 objects low on the horizon about 1-5 miles north-west of Saint Charles East High school, located in St Charles, Illinois (60174). My condo, observation point, is about 0.5 miles south-east of STEHS. Objects appear to be bright stars or airplanes, as I live in the flight path of Du Page airport. Initially, I watched the objects for about 4-5 minutes. Because the objects did not move and were very bright, relative to the stars in the sky, I took immediate notice. I walked away from my observation point, my walk-in closet window, to determine if it was possible to observe event from another location. To convince "myself" that something was really happening, I tried to observe the strange objects from other windows, my 1st level front porch, and from my 2nd level rear porch balcony. I was only able to observe the objects for a short period of time (5min.) from one alternate vantage point, my rear condo balcony. Next, I returned to my! initial observation location, walk-in closet window, to notice that the two bright stars have moved lower in the sky, and to the horizon. The objects maintained the same relative displacement to each other. I watched the objects for about 10min. To my naked eye, the objects are small. Also, I am not viewing the objects with binoculars or similar optic devices. Next, I remained cog nascent of this event for about 30 minutes.
After about 45 minutes, while hanging a shirt in my closet, I noticed that the object on the left had disappeared, and the object on the right is now pulsing brightly in the red-blue-purple spectrum. The object was also changing in physical size and shape. As the object pulsed with a frequency of about 2-3 seconds it remained stationary for another 15 minutes and continued to pulse in colored lights until it vanished. As a final note, I never observed any directional movement of the objects, only a pulsing of the object, as it increased-decreased in vo! lume by an order of 10.