|Occurred : 10/1/2014 02:00 (Entered as : 10/1/2014 2:00)
Reported: 10/1/2014 4:40:23 AM 04:40
Location: San Jose, CA
|Multiple variations of blinking and or fluttering objects that hover up higher or fly lower in between trees and buildings at night.
I have been seeing these for weeks now and I know they are not stars, planes or satellites. They hover around in the night skies and some are higher up an some come as close to the ground as flying in between taller trees. Most of them kind of flash a color that looks likes red, white, and blue at the same time (instantaneously) some of them are a lot more active, almost as if they are patrolling areas. I can't describe the shape because they seem to shift and some of them blink just red. As weird as it sounds, I feel like they can tell when you stare at them and when you pay attention to one or two for a long enough time and then turn around there is almost always another new one that pops up in sight that you can tell was observing you when you were paying attention to the other one(s). There are also more circularish ones and square ones too with multiple lights. These are the ones that cruise closer to the ground in an almost sneaky manor. The ones highe! r up almost look like a fleet. As hard as it may be for some to believe, these things are really out there and if they were something easily explainable like planes or satellites believe me I would not keep ending up trying to follow them around and observing them with such interest. I don't know about you but I grew up on one twinkle little star that stayed put and not tens and tens of them that move around and react to my actions. My stars never hid hovering behind big trees and buildings in different colors, fly to different locations, and react to some of my movements(chasing or walking away). These objects seen to be very small by the way too. Can anyone else relate to anything I just said in this giant paragraph??
((NUFORC Note: We spoke via telephone with the witness, and we were not convinced that he was looking at anything but stars. However, we cannot be certain. PD))