Location of Sighting: Fort Collins, Colorado
Date of Sighting: November 2, 2021 (& Earlier Dates)
Time of Sighting: Evening & Morning
Description: We seem to have a strange sighting that occurs from the darkness of morning and dusk through to morning. I look up and it all seems like a normal starry sky. Yet, if I focus on the star it begins to zip erratically, up, down, sideways, accelerates and abruptly stops. But here is the weird thing: This does not stop. The objects appear stationary and look like a star, but then they move once they see-feel us looking at them. I have watched dozens and dozens of times each time the “stars” are out. I have seen the object stop and begin to descend straight down. Why is this happening? What is the end game? They are always there. We see three “stars” each night in the form of a triangle. These 3 objects do not move. I don’t know how long this has been going on since I just was concentrating on the sky over a week ago. I don’t know if they are there during the day, but every single night these objects (stars) only move after viewed for a period of time. Why? What is going on? THE VIDEOS TOO LARGE TO UPDATE.
Note: The witnesses are likely seeing stars. When one stares at a stationary object for long enough, it will appear to move. This is an illusion called “autokinesis.”
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