|Occurred : 7/1/2003 23:00 (Entered as : 07/2003 23:00)
Reported: 12/27/2005 2:46:50 PM 14:46
|Wierd Slow Moving Bright Light
It was pretty late one night while I was on vacation in Bermuda. My family and I we stayed at the Sonesta Key hotel.
After, dinner one night, my family took a walk around the hotel and we came to a part of the hotel known as "Honeymooner's Point". This is a point that is right along the water. My father and sister got tired and they decided to go back to the room.
Myself and my mom decided we would just hang around for little while longer since it was so nice outside.
I then questioned her about the "North Star". We were looking around for it and I spotted this bright light in the sky. I thought that it was the "North Star" because they say that it is the brightest star or whatever.
But as I watched it, it didn't "twinkle" like all the other stars seem to do.
As both my mom and I watched this bright light it began to move. Now it didn't move fast like most UFO sightings claim and it wasn't an odd shape it looked like a very bright star. But it started to move very very slowly back and forth. It moved left to right in kind of a dipping motion. Then it started to increase in size and brightness as if it were getting closer. I started to get a little nervous and started to back away but my mom was fascinated and remained there.
Then very slowly the light got very small and became very dull, barely visible. Then after a while it got larger and brighter again. Then all of a sudden it decreased in size very very quickly and it disappeared. It was as if it shot out of the galaxy. This is the strangest thing to this day that either I or my mom have ever seen.
Before this event my mom didn't believe in extra-terrestrial life or UFOs, but i was always interested in alien life and UFOs. But it wasn't like other encounters where it was moving fast across the sky and had an odd shape. It looked like a very bright slowly moving star.
((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the incident is approximate. PD))