|Occurred : 2/18/2004 20:30 (Entered as : 02/18/2004 20:30)
Reported: 3/10/2004 11:01:50 PM 23:01
Location: Blackshear, GA
|I really didn't think much of my nephew saying he wanted to use the telescope to view what someone had told him might be a satellite. That is until I went to put the garbage can out by the edge of the road. Off to the north west was a very bright circular object, 2 to 3 times brighter a larger than the north star.
As I watched this object it slowly moved to the north. All of a sudden, it took off like a rocket for about a half a second. It slowed down, then it started moving south. It slowly moved south for a few seconds then it turned moving back towards the north again. At times it would be like it was hanging in the night sky swinging like a pendulum. It would go in all directions, like someone scribbling on a piece of paper. It also had faint blinking colors such as you would see with the stars. Occasionally you could see what looked liked a tail from a comet.
At about 9:45 Eastern time I walked back outside and the object was nowhere in sight. Another thing I should point out is that my nephew said he has seen it for the last couple of days. Even first thing in the morning when they were heading to school. I don't know If anybody else has seen such an object.
Additional information: The object was low in the sky, taking a guess would say at a level of approx. 25 to 30 deg. This morn. I woke up about 4:45 to get ready for work. And the object is back in the sky. This time at a more easterly direction and at an approx. angle of about 60 deg.
There was no indication of any type of craft, even through our telescope it only looked like a circular bright, white light with blinking colors(red, green, and blue.) The tail I was speaking of was not visible at all times. It would just appear randomly. Even through the telescope you could just make out the tail occasionally.
Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research Phone 1 250 845 2189 email: email@example.com Website: http://www.hbccufo.com
((NUFORC Note: We express our gratitude to Brian Vike for submitting this report. PD))