My second “UFO” sighting…?

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Yeah yeah yeah, you guys are probably already thinking that I’m just an ignorant person who thinks that I saw some light, and am freaked out. Well, this is the 2nd time it’s happened to me in the last 4 years. Both times, it was the same thing. Both times, it was in the same town(within 3 miles). The first night, I was swimming in my friend’s pool, at night, when, as I was looking overhead, I saw a fast-moving, orange light. After seeing it for about 2 seconds, it reached a point directly above my head, then disappeared. I never knew what it was. But tonight, it happened again. I was in a vehicle. As I was on my way home from my friend’s house, I saw, yet again, a fast-moving orange light that was moving in the same direction, but this time, away from me. I saw it for a split-second, then, it simply disappeared. I’m sure that this has an obvious, and logical, explanation, and if it does, I would really like to know what it is. Thank you…

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Answer by Jake Pruitt
i dont know dude. I mean We as in the entire human race cant be possibly the only living things in this universe but hey if you saw it… you saw it

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  1. Was this light perfectly circular shaped, and appeared to be flying low?

    If so, I’ve seen it too.

    Edit: Can you answer back in additional details? I want to know if you saw what I saw. I saw mine in New York. Mine didn’t disappear though, it just kept flying past me.

  2. Both times you most likely saw a bolide, which is a bright meteor. Bolides begin as a small chunk of rock, unlike most meteors which are grain-size up to pebble size and last a second or less. Therefore, they take longer to disintegrate when they hit the upper atmosphere.

    Don’t forget to keep your eyes on the road : )

  3. It is probably an alien ship. I have seen them before a couple times and they have talked to me too. They are slowly waking the world up to their presence.

  4. Not a clue, since you failed to mention location, direction and time. Not to mention weather conditions, nearness to airports, flight paths, local lighting conditions and other relevant details.

    So you saw a flying object that you could not readily identify.

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