It seems to me that you may be telling partially the truth but not fully, I think what Alan says is possible for what you actually saw but not what you say you have seen.
That is actually what I said, I didn't just assume that the story was a total bluff and I realized that, that is probably unlikely. If you would show me a case or a document of someone seeing an intense glow for a period of time and intensity which was described to us I would be more then happy. I am a SKEPTIC, and yes good skeptics start by not believing then as evidence builds up they determine whether it is real or not I don't just assume they're telling the truth then try to find evidence for it or against. I just assume that there claims are what they saw or what they think they saw or what they want you to believe they saw , and I ask myself are they exaggerating, lying, or being totally honest? I believe in this scenario they're exaggerating I know that strange phenoms happen all the time but they often less amazing then described.
This is addressed in the posting guidelines for this forum.
https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=5929since we all know that anyone telling a story on the internet could be lying, we assume without constant reminding than any story could be a lie. It is up to readers to judge for themselves.
It is a violation of the guidelines [and worthy of an infraction for insulting other members] to question the truth of a story told by a PF member. If you don't believe a story then ignore the thread. Our goal is provide any reaonable explanation that might be offered. Here, it seems there are two possible explanations without leaping to the unjustified conclusion that anyone is lying.
Please read the guidelines very carefully before making any more posts.