|Occurred : 5/23/2018 21:40 (Entered as : 05/23/18 21:40)
Reported: 5/23/2018 4:44:26 PM 16:44
Location: Muncie, IN
|Unusual solid bright white light slowly traveling across the night sky.
I work a late shift at Ball State University’s Bracken Library (6PM – 3AM) and while I was talking a walk outside during my lunch hour at approximately 9:40PM I was suddenly overcome by an unexplained chill. Although it was 70 degrees Fahrenheit, I began shivering and my teeth were chattering as if I was walking outside in freezing winter temperatures. At that moment I looked up and saw a brighter than a star solid white light very slowly moving steadily from the southwest towards the northeast. Thankfully there were three airplanes in the sky as well. The airplanes were obvious due to their familiar flashing lights and shape definable by their security lights on the tips of the wings and tail. The object I saw was no airplane. There were no flashing or pulsing lights and no sound. It just a bright solid white light a little bigger and brighter than the surrounding stationary stars and it steadily moved very slowly across the entire arc of the sky in a straight line from southwest to northeast in about two minutes. After it was out of sight my experience of the chills ceased and it felt like 70 degrees Fahrenheit should.
Although I mysteriously developed the chills during the sighting, I can report zero feelings of apprehension or fear. In fact it was as if I had no feelings about the sighting at all (and it is my fourth UFO sighting in my 43 years of life).