|Place name (Ie: Outside, backyard, market,|
sports event, etc.
|Street (Optional: For Specificity and the maps functionality)||Flagler College|
St. Augustine, Florida - 01-16-13
Shape: Triangle - Duration: 10-15 minutes
Tonight around 9:50 pm I was walking in downtown St Augustine near Flagler College and saw an orange light traveling south to north at what appeared to be a low altitude.
As I continued walking I saw that there were a string of these lights spaced out at even intervals.
I saw as many as five spaced out to the horizon at a time. When they passed directly overhead, I could make out a round-cornered triangle shape.
I was able to follow one across its path north and while I was watching it I saw another one pass by it at a different angle and direction... different from the others, and then it passed out of sight.
I continued watching until the last light disappeared around 10 pm.
In total I saw what I believe to be 8-12 of these lights. It was not an airplane! I could see airplanes in the sky; I know their lights from growing up next to an airbase.
I took a short video with my iPhone but you can’t see much.
Source: UFO Casebook
AMBASSADOR_OF_KOLOB wrote 90 Days Ago (negative)-1Again Orange lights have been reported in connection with "animal mutilation cases" therefore I cannot guarantee this was a genuine ET vehicle report, I will stand corrected if they actually "suddenly disappear like real UFOs can and do operate, or when they suddenly accelerate to ultra high speed and zip up, like the one I saw, when they gradually fade out into the sky, that is not "impossible" for man to "imitate"!
Therefore again, I do not know if that was a "genuine ET vehicle" or perhaps a "prop" like MR LAZAR CLAIMED they are reverse engineering, it is entirely possible they do "generate some UFO look alikes" but they are not at all based on "ET FLIGHT PRINCIPLES" but merely on "guesswork" by SCIENTISTS that simply follow their hunches, and do not have actual "alien intelligence" or alien wreckage even to work with!0 points