|Occurred : 10/16/2016 19:35 (Entered as : 10/16/2016 19:35)
Reported: 10/16/2016 5:08:09 PM 17:08
Location: South Kingstown, RI
|Very bright, non-blinking, bluish-white, soundless, light travels slowly NW to SE in clear night sky then fades out to nothing.
I stepped outside for a moment to fill the bird feeder for the morning when I looked up at a large star-light object, perhaps 10,000 feet up (can't be sure) in a spot above my house where no stars were present just twenty minutes earlier. The bright light was stationary at first, then as I gazed at it two very small flashing red lights were seen next to it and going off to the southwest. I can only guess that they had some relation to the bright light. The star-like object then started to move with absolutely no sound on a straight line path to the southeast. As I watched it move over my house and away it suddenly began to fade in brightness until it faded out completely. The speed of the object was about that of a helicopter or small plane and didn't change in speed. It maintained its non-blinking brightness until that point about 45 degrees on the horizon when it began to fade but kept moving until it just disappeared. The two tiny red blinking light! s near the object initially moved away and then disappeared quickly. Again, there was no sound and only the intensity of this bright bluish white object that I kept my eye on for about 3 to 4 minutes.