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Occurred : 7/29/2016 01:00 (Entered as : 7/29/16 1:00)
Reported: 7/30/2016 2:41:29 PM 14:41
Posted: 8/2/2016
Location: Marlborough, MA
Shape: Light
Duration:2 hours
strange wobbly light in the sky moves around for two hours

I was looking for the north star with friends when I spotted a star near the horizon line that appeared much brighter than any other star. I began to suspect it was not a star at all because it was flickering/pulsating in a way I had never seen before, and appeared almost reddish. I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me and alerted my two friends who were with me, when suddenly we all saw it begin to steadily move up in the sky, at which point we saw another, much dimmer light moving away from the big light and disappear. The light moved quickly back and forth and went in circles in the sky for about two hours, its movements could almost be described as wobbly. We noticed it looked almost like it was reflecting something beneath it, as though there was something bigger there that we couldn't see. Around an hour in all of us noticed that it was getting dimmer, as though it was getting farther away, but it never disappeared. When we left to go to sle! ep it was still out there.

Earlier that night while stargazing my friends and I had witnessed a bright flash in the sky that was not a shooting star or lightning.

I'm not sure if this is significant or not but around an hour before this took place my two friends and I had taken a walk through the woods and noticed that there were a TON of owls out. I've never heard that many owls before in my entire life. Not sure if this counts as "Animals responding to the event" or not but there you have it.

Lastly I noticed this morning that I have a small circular bruise on my wrist that was not there earlier that night. Again, not sure if this is significant or not. I cannot say for sure whether or not time went missing.