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Occurred : 5/27/2020 23:30 (Entered as : 05/27/2020 23:30)
Reported: 6/5/2020 11:24:08 PM 23:24
Posted: 6/25/2020
Location: Betterton, MD
Shape: Light
Duration:2 minutes
Blinking object flying at very high speed in nonsensical flight path

On 05/27 around 11pm, I was sitting at my friend's family shore house, having a fire on the beach. My friend stepped inside for a minute so I was star gazing, having already seen a pretty bright shooting star earlier.

I spotted what I thought was a shooting star quickly dash a short distance of sky before the light went out. Half a second later the light came back on, I then thought it was a government aircraft moving at a very high rate of speed. The object then took a 45 degree turn on a dime. Again, I thought it was an advanced military craft. After watching for about 5 seconds, the object began blinking erratically and traveling in a nonsensical pattern with incredible ease. I was stunned at the ability to maintain speed while crossing over its own flight path and moving in a scribble like fashion. I started yelling for my friend without taking an eye off it, I pointed to the sky trying to bring it to his attention but it dissapeared not a second after he said he wasn't seeing it.

About an hour later, a bit after I gave up making sense of what I saw and let my guard down, I looked up to see, what I assume to be the same object above. I spotted it maybe a few hundred feet to our right above us, coming in our direction . I slapped my friends arm and pointed up but as soon as it was crossing directly over us, it dissapeared again.

We were in Betterton, Maryland, not a quarter mile from the town beach, overlooking Aberdeen and Havre de Grace. An army facility is in Aberdeen but to my knowledge they don't do anything involving aircraft there, nor do I believe anyone on earth has those capabilities. I'm unsure how high the object was but it was probably around the upper range of normal flying altitudes.