|Occurred : 5/2/2018 01:00 (Entered as : 5/2/18 1:00)
Reported: 5/6/2018 10:08:01 AM 10:08
Location: Zimmerman, MN
|Conspicuous light seen on many occasions, inhuman movement in sky, and spotted seemingly moving in unison with another craft?
Being the night owl I am, I usually find myself out for a cigarette at the dead times of night (generally between 1 am and 3 am I go out for the last time.) Being the observer I am, my eyes are usually glued to the skies.
Around the end of November 2017, I began to notice a very peculiar light in the sky, consistently showing up on the horizon around the given hours. The light is familiarized by it's unique flashing pattern-a dull green fading in and out through a red,white,and yellow spectrum.
Naturally curious, I have often found myself trying to eye it out in the sky most nights and am often times successful. Beyond the pattern of lights the (seeming) ufo has to make it noticeable, it also very often makes spontaneous and erratic movements that just make it seem completely inhuman. Darting from the left to the right, pausing for a brief moment, and then speeding directly up and down in the sky- over and over continually for generally around 30 minutes to an hour(do note, a lot of the time spent visible it seemingly is still, but has small bursts of movements around every 5 minutes.) The reason I chose to finally document this case is due to an oddity that was more disturbing than the norm I had come to expect. It was a semi clear night, just some roaming clouds and a stable wind when I noticed the normal conspicuous satellite-like light coming from the northern sky, but the more I inspected it, the more I noticed it seemed to be moving very slowly and methodically with another light directly above it. This second light was much more dim and much less noticeable, but the lights were beyond a reasonable doubt moving upwards in the sky in unison. After maybe 2-3 minutes of these lights slowly creeping vertically in the sky, it had seemed they had come to a halt when very suddenly, the less noticeable light appeared to very quickly speed out of sight going upward in the night sky and before I could even tell what had happened logically, the residual brighter light also seemed to have simply disappeared into the night.