|Occurred : 2/12/2015 20:00 (Entered as : 2/12/15 20:00)
Reported: 2/13/2015 7:56:15 PM 19:56
Location: East Haven, CT
|I leaned out my window to smoke a cigarette, as I don't smoke inside my home, and it was too cold to go directly outside. I do this a few times a night so I always look at the stars.
My attention was drawn to the brightest star I've ever seen. Then I noticed it didn't appear to be a star at all. Instead it looked something like my imagination would envision a rocket to look like; except it was stationary. It was many times brighter and lower than any other star in the sky. It didn't twinkle. It seemed as if the main body had almost a diamond shape and an equally as bright white trail.
Then to my amazement as I scanned the sky I saw two more of the exact same description. The brightest was to the north of my location. The one in the sky directly before me (I was facing east so it would have been out over the Atlantic shore) seemed highest in the sky.
The third was in between the altitude of the other two and was in the southern sky. They were equidistant from one another.
I know they weren't stars because there were stars in the sky and none looked anything like these.
I watched as long as the cold would allow me, about twenty minutes.
((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))