Two Florida witnesses watched four "glowing orange spheres" move slowly from west to east that were followed by a "bright, cigar or cylinder-shaped object moving to the east" on December 22, 2010, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The first two spheres "disappeared completely," but the third and fourth spheres "continued on thier path to the east until they were out of sight."
Then the cylinder-shaped object appeared.
"I saw a bright cigar/cylinder shaped object moving to the east, but much closer to me and going in a slightly southern direction. I yelled for my son to come out and as he did he was able to see it also before it was obscured by a large tree just down the street. It was a full moon, so I was able to see this thing clearly."
The witness described the object.
"It had a sort of quicksilver look to it and I was able to make out a row of square shaped windows that were illuminated. Looked to be 4 or 5 windows and I could see the pillars between them. There were no blinking lights or colored lights at all. Just white light coming from the windows and the moon light reflecting off the outside of it. There were no wings, and it made no sound. I did not see any type of vapor trail or any obvious method of propulsion. I was just there, moving across the sky at a rapid rate, until we lost sight of it. I estimate the entire event was no more than 3 minutes from first seeing the orange spheres until the end when the silver craft went behind the tree."
No town name was mentioned in the public portion of the MUFON report, which was filed on December 23, 2010. No photos or video were included with the report.
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