A small suburb 35 miles southeast of Chicago
A 50 year old male reports that he saw movement coming from the Ursa Minor Constellation.
It seemed as though one of the stars was moving in a northerly direction.
As I watched it for a few seconds it seemed as though the air around the star seemed to ripple sort of the same way heat does when watching it rise from the ground at a distance.
It was then that I noticed it moving again and thought it odd as the stars that make up the Constellation of Ursa Minor donít move.
So I shone the flood light at the star that was moving.
It seemed to absorb the light.
It reminded me of the way water moves when a pebble is dropped and ripples.
As I shone the light on it, it actually seemed to respond. It shone a light back at me.