June 3, 2014 – Chatsworth, California – 10:45 PM PDT

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Description: Last night, June 3rd, 2014 around 10:45 or so, I walked outside of my townhouse. Our unit faces west towards the mountains and there are no units in front of us. We have a beautiful and direct view of the mountains. Anyway, as soon as I walked out, I saw a REALLY bright sphere, sort of like a teardrop shape, glowing to the right of the two antenna towers on the mountain ahead of me. They had their normal red lights on. The sphere was orange and yellow in the center and sort of white surrounding it. It was definitely not small in size, considering how far away I was from it. I just remember thinking how absolutely beautiful and peaceful the light was. It didn’t burn or “waver” like a flame does. It was just sort of there.

At first, I thought it might be a star burning out, but didn’t think it was because the way the light sort of “rested” on the crest of the mountain. It wasn’t in the middle of the sky or anything, but sort of on top of the crest. Then in the course of about 30 seconds, the light just slowly faded away to nothing. It didn’t disappear quickly at all, but just faded and got smaller and smaller and then was gone. I then considered it might have been some type of methane pipe or something, but again, it wasn’t a fire type of glow. It was almost like a blow torch flame in the center, but it was not blue at all, but was yellow and orange.

All I know is it didn’t give me the creeps and I thought it was just very peaceful. The night was considerably clear and all the stars were out.

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