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I Saw a String of Morphenigenic Glow in the Dark Birds
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[quote:JnK 28319457:MV82NDE3ODhfMzQ2NjcwMTZfNzg0QjQ2NTI=] We saw what appeared to be a luminescent bird--white and very bright, about the size of a seagull--on November 22, 2012 in Spokane, Washington around 7:30 PM. It glided past our glass windows at night, in pure darkness, but was visible with no ambient light present, and then quickly vanished. My wife and I both saw it and looked at each other and said, in unison, "Did you see that!?" In an effort to explain what we had seen, we each took turns holding a white piece of paper outside the window in the dark to see if the paper would be visible to the person inside the house as the bird had been. The paper could barely be seen even when we knew it was there and where to look for it. This confirmed for us that the bird (or whatever it was) was apparently self-luminescent or glow-in-the-dark. I'm trying not to jump to conclusions, but we both agree that what we saw looked like a bird. My wife believes it may have been an angel. [/quote]
Saturday nite in north florida.
Or at least it was a major lens flare.
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