This story has started popping up on various “alternative” news sites and is starting to spread. Seems that some time towards the end of last month, Greenville, Ohio residents starting noticing something strange in the night sky around 9:45 pm. One resident, John Maisel, stood outside with 20 or so of his neighbors, watching the weird lights darting around. As they stared, the lights grew brighter and then disappeared, only to reappear seconds later. Maisel finally thought to take out his phone and start filming. Over 10 minutes later, he was still filming. Here’s a couple of screen grabs of what he captured on video:
The grabs don’t really do the videos justice; these lights really do jump all over the place So check out the videos here (they’re not letting me embed them on my site, for some reason).
Now here comes the really weird bit: I’ve seen these very same lights, flying over my house. Really! In fact, I’ve seen them numerous times during the month of April. Like a dozen times! It’s not every night, but when they show up, it’s usually around 12:15 am. The first time I saw one of the lights, I was laying in bed watching TV when one appeared right outside the window.
I’ve seen it on other nights, too, from other rooms in my house. One time, I actually saw it through the skylight in my living room. It appeared to be hovering over the house.
Each time I’ve seen it, there’s only been the one light; never more than one. For the most part, it stays a steady reddish color, although it appears to “pulsate” from time to time, getting brighter as it does. When it pulsates, it tends to get more orange in color.
It doesn’t stay in one place, either. When it’s high up in the sky, it will slowly move from side to side, almost in a zigzag fashion. If I see it later in the evening (like after midnight), I usually see it lower in the sky, towards the west. When I see it there, it still zigzags, but tends to drop down more, towards the horizon.
Until I saw the video (above), my initial thought was that what I was seeing some sort of drone or space shuttle. I guess I’m just too much of a skeptic to immediately jump to “little green men”. To be honest, I have no idea what I’m seeing. But it’s not an aircraft that I’m used to seeing and its movements in the sky seem to rule out a planet or star. I even downloaded a couple of those Star Map apps and pointed it at the light, but none of the apps registered anything (planets, stars) in the area where the light was.
So I ask you; what the heck is hovering over my house?
I’ve seen it to so I promise he isn’t making it up! The way it pulsates is so strange!
I can’t believe we didn’t get to see them when we were there. Too many other fun things to do.