I wanted to see if I could capture some photo’s of the Leonid Meteor shower so I went to the end of a dark road, which falls at the fence of Kirtland Air Force Base. I set up my camera and immediately noticed a “star” traveling from East to West at an exceptionally fast rate. All of a sudden it changed direction (to NE), I thought it was a plane at first, then realized it was traveling at a very high rate of speed. All of a sudden, it stopped and began bouncing around in the sky. The second “UFO” that I witnessed was mistaken for Mars until it began bouncing around in the sky as well. This is not the first time I have witnessed this. In June of this year myself, a friend, and her 12 year old daughter watched something bounce all over the place in the sky for more than an hour and a half. I have audio of that event (just our conversation and reactions). I have seen this a total of three times since June of 2011. The first time I witnessed these “stars” bouncing around in the sky I felt immediately awestruck, excited, and was in disbelief that I was watching this happen. Then my excitement turned to fear, and eventually I was grateful to have seen what I saw. Following that sighting I was constantly looking to the night sky to see if I would witness another “UFO”. I eventually stopped obsessing over it because it seemed like it wasn’t going to happen. Then, a few months later I saw another one and was excited that it happened again and that I could show the “proof” to my friend who was skeptical of my first account. When I witnessed the same thing the other day I was very calm and determined to finally get some “proof” with my camera. All of these events cause me to have a slight fear of “What if they know I’m watching and do something to me”, but I don’t feel that I am in any kind of danger. I figure if something were going to happen to me it would have happened by now. I’m very intrigued, and just wonder what it is that is happening and what they are doing.