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UFO Sighting Report: St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex, UK - Mid September, 2014

Here is my sighting information.
Mid September, 2014, (I cant recall the exact date), I was out as usual walking Jacques, my dog, on his evening walk, around 9.30pm in a small park in St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex.
I had already  on 3 other occasions within the last month or so, seen a single 'star' moving in a northerly direction, on  my first sighting, it appeared to be travelling in a determined way, on a cloudless night, so  was easy to spot with the naked eye. What was unusual about this is that  whilst this object kept on flying on its trajectory, it appeared in a regular sequence, to go in and out of visibility, in a definite pattern... then it went completely out of view.
Then just mid September, I 'sensed' that I might see something on this evenings walk, which is a new experience for me.  I am not an abductee or contactee, but devoted to the subject,  (via my Ammach Project), and have not been subject much in my life to seeing anomalous things in the sky. However - on this night, I saw this single moving point of light, appearing like a star, but moving once again in a northerly direction, but it did not this time, disappear and reappear as on other occasions.  So I thought that was what the sensing related to... until the last leg of my short walk around the park with Jacques. 

I craned my neck upwards, which I normally did when I'm on these walks, always looking to see what I might see, and then my gaze rested on some constellation or other, which I didn't really pay attention to, until, three of the 'stars' of the constellation, moved in unison to form a straight 180 degree line, which definitely got my attention; and as I saw them line up, after a beat or so, they all moved, in unison, as if intelligently directed, each going their own way, in unison once again... the one on the extreme left zipped off left, the center one began moving forward, and the right hand one moved off to the right; but interestingly, whereas the other two of the line up carried on travelling, the right hand one moved only a relatively short distance before it became stationary, where it continued to stay put - and it was still there when I left the park, I have no further information or knowledge of this unusual event, a first for me.

Joanne Summerscales - Researcher