Say what you will, believe what you will, but I saw what I saw. It was a very clear night, The snow covered mountains were very visible, the temperature about 32 or below, the snow crunched under my feet as I jogged along, there was a full moon. There miles out of Seward, Alaska, I was jogging on the Seward-Anchorage Highway heading north when I saw it. It was a bright light, a very bright light. I thought to myself that the light was low over Bear Lake, perhaps four or five miles away. I thought it strange there would be this light there at that time of night. Was it a helicopter, searching for some lost soul? The light moved from side to side, going one way for a short ways then back the other way, but slowly moving forward. Then it did something that blew my mind, it flew behind a mountain, a mountain that I knew to be twenty five miles away! The light was much brighter than a landing light on an airplane, and to be that bright twenty five away was truly a bright light. It then came out on the Kenai Lake side, came a ways out over the lake then shot up at a steep angle much faster than any jet could fly There was no sound. The road I was own was beside a high hill that had many tall trees upon it, and the bright object disappeared behind the trees and that is the last I saw of it. An Alaska native, who lived much farther north, gave a very simular description to what I saw. He said he was outside and this light appeared. He said he stared at the light but could not discern any structure, like a space ship. He was only a few feet away from the object, it stood there perhaps for five minutes then went away. I is my conclusion that this very bright light was not from this world. As I say, believe what you will.