|Occurred : 10/26/1999 20:00 (Entered as : 10/26/1999 20:00)
Reported: 10/27/2013 10:14:49 AM 10:14
Location: Chesapeak Bay, MD
|Evidence of geostationary mothership monitoring Eastern Seaboard/DC.
I had been sailing with a friend south from Annapolis. We anchored on the Western Coast of Chesapeake Bay. As night fell, our vantage from the boat was Eastward and we saw a range of approaching aircraft landing lights, presumably heading toward Andrews AFB. The glidepath seemed to be just above us, the aircraft further out were highest on the path and as they approached, the lights lowered and became brighter.
With conventionally powered binoculars, I looked at one that didn't appear to be moving toward the top of the the range and it looked like Saturn, a disk with a globe in it. I assumed it was Saturn. Its brightness was the same as the other lights at that height.
I awoke at 4:30 the following morning and noticed the light seemed to still be there, upon looking within binoculars, I saw it was exactly the same shape. I know that had it been a planet, it should now be in Western sky. A satelite wouldn't emit that much light and if it reflected the Sun's light, which it could, it couldn't reflect it back to my position at both 20:00 hours and 4:30 hours when the sun would be have moved 90 degrees relative to our position. The only answer was a huge, self illuminating object.
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