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Sighting Report
Occurred :
Reported: 8/6/2012 8:56:38 PM 20:56
Posted: 8/19/2012
Location: Rule, TX
Shape: Unknown
Duration:15 minutes
Unusual sounds and starlight distortion definitly intellegently controlled.

I was in my room, watching discovery channel when I heard what sounded like a very strong wind. I looked out my window at the trees lining my street to see them completly calm. So i thought it might be a jet aircraft and went outside to look.

Upon exiting my home, i realized that the sound wasnt moving. I started scanning the sky, looking for the sound. It is a clear night out. U can see the whole of the night sky. Stars from horizon to horizon. There was no visible jet, or any aircraft that i could see. I began searching for FAA running light, hoping to use them to locate the source of the sound. There where no lights anywhere.

I then began trying to use the complete star banket as a means of location. When an aircraft moves through the night sky, it has to pass under the stars, thereby blocking some out as it moves. There where no disturbances in the area that the sound was coming from. As i was about to just go back inside, thinking it was just a high wind off up in the area above the tree line, the sound began to move at a slow but accelerating rate due north.

I again began to use the star light to try and locate the source as it moved. It was then i saw a weird distortion. Not a true blocking of starlight. But more of a moving of the starlight, like it was being forced around something. As i tried to follow the distortion visually, it accelerated at a phenomenal rate north and both the sound, and distortion disappeared.

I would like to apologize about the condition of this report. My only access to the internet is a oldish cell phone.

I hope you read this and believe that this is not a hoax, or my imagination as my family seems to think. I know what i heard, and i know what i saw.

Thank you for your time.