> City: N. Myrtle Beach
> Date: 5/19/10 9:30 pm
> Location: beach
> Message: I saw a light over the ocean, maybe a double-light, which
> didn't blink. I assumed it was an airplane, very far out. I heard a
> sound like crickets; but it clearly was coming from the *ocean*, not
> from the land, because as I faced the ocean and turned my head from
> side-to-side it got stronger or faded accordingly. The light then
> slowly faded out, and the sound stopped at that point, also. I
> Googled "UFO, crickets sound" and it looked and sounded *exactly*
> like one in a video you have posted on YouTube.
> Thank you for your very interesting submission to BEAMS.
> Sorry about the delay in reply due to technical problems.
> We are going to include your report from N. Myrtle Beach, South
> Carolina, United States, in the United Kingdom, UFO Bovine Abduction
> case that features the same "trilling" sound as you experienced.
> We believe this noise, (that is so rarely reported or recorded, which
> apart from ufo events, has also been heard inside certain crop circle
> formations), is an important key to our understanding of the ufo
> Excellent work...and any further details that your may have about
> your sighting, would be much appreciated.
> All the best
That is why I took it seriously, because I had read of that kind of
noise in cases where observers were present while a crop circle was
being formed, in conjunction with UFO sightings. What convinced me was
that the object appeared to be at a great distance (unless it was very
small)--yet the sound was quite loud--about what you'd expect from a
field of crickets, except that the sound was coming from over the
ocean, and not from behind me. Most strange was how extremely
*directional* it was. I could literally turn my head a few degrees to
either side (while facing the light in the distance), and the volume
would drop off. Then, the sound stopped at roughly (I say roughly,
because I wasn't paying close attention) at the time that the light
slowly faded--and it faded precisely as the one in the video I found
on Google. It also looked the same--like two lights joined together.
So that's a lot of consistent points.
Quoting Kenneth Parsons <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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