Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The night that turned to day

Something very eerie happened tonight, and I still don't know what to think of it. At around midnight tonight (or last night depending on when you read this) Ryan and I were driving home from a concert in Salt Lake. All of a sudden, the entire sky lit up, and, for about 2-3 full seconds, it looked like it was daytime outside. There was no accompanying lightening streak or thunder, no huge spotlight, no sound at all in fact, and the entire sky--plus the freeway and signs and cars--were fully lit as if it were the middle of the day on a cloudy day. It was so odd that my first thought was that someone must have turned on the light. And by the time I realized that we were outside, and that it was night time, and, oh, and that that was impossible... well, someone turned the light switch off again.

We immediately turned on the radio to find out what was going on, but all we heard were infomercials on solving lower back pain. Can any of you help us? Please tell me ONE of you was outside the same time we were. Anybody?

Conspiracy theorists--have at it.

6 comments:

Shannon said...

UFO. For sure.

That really is super weird. I didn't hear anything about it, but if you do solve the mystery please share.

Elisa said...

I'm certainly intrigued. Do tell us when you find out.

Lindsey said...

http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705345378/KSL-Bright-flash-across-Utah-skies-turns-night-into-day.html?linkTrack=rss-30

This came up on my newsfeed today :)

Shannon said...

Yes I also heard that it was a meteor that flashed across Utah last night. Pretty cool.

IzeOfLight said...

Another link to add to Lindsey's: http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=8714738

lisa said...

Thank you everybody! Of course, those of you into conspiracies are still free to speculate. You know those news people would never tell us what REALLY happened...