|Occurred : 10/19/2013 23:00 (Entered as : 10/19/2013 23:00)
Reported: 10/30/2013 7:39:06 PM 19:39
Location: Sisterdale/Sister Creek, TX
|Blue center lights with 3 orange lights on either side caught on a deer cam approximately 10/19-21/2013 in Sisterdale/Sister Creek, TX
The image shows a segmented blue center light, that has 3 yellow/orange round lights on either side. It is up and to the left of the full moon in a night time sky. You can see the halo around the moon, but then there is a separate halo that the object is in, but is not centered in this second halo. This image was caught on a deer cam, on ranch property (approx. 1000 acres) out in Sisterdale/Sister Creek, Texas, during the date range of approximately October 19-20, 2013 in the night time hours during the full, or nearly full moon.
When the disc was removed from the camera on 10/28/2013, this image was included in the files. Images immediately preceeding this image were images of a buck staring into the camera, and then using his antlers to nudge the camera, which resulted in it being redirected up towards the full moon.
This camera takes low resolution photographs at approximately 20 second intervals, and this is the only image of its kind on the disc.
It is not known if any aircraft was in the area at this time, if there is something on the lens, or any other details. I am waiting for additional information at this time. I've spent hours looking at images and reading details of other reported sightings on and around this date/timeframe, but can't seem to find any images that appear even minutely similar, nor do I find images attached to descriptions that sound as if they are similar to this image. There is a very thin/sheer drape that keeps the camera somewhat hidden from the deer and other wild life, but a buck managed to move it causing it to face into a different direction. If anyone else saw this, I would love to know. Since we weren't present when this image was captured, it's simply an unexplainable multi-colored object that appears up and to the left of the moon. We don't know how long the object appeared, but logically it would be less than 20 seconds if there is no other image immediately following this o! ne. Perplexed.
My sister thinks it was the space station, but it obviously wouldn't appear this large in relation to the full moon.