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Object Flight Path
Path with directional change,Path then hovering
We took our new Jeep Wrangler out tonight for a night time drive without the top, in hopes of viewing the meteor shower that was supposed to take place. I was already looking up to the sky in anticipation. We were sitting at the stop light at Pioneer Ave, waiting to turn left on W Liberty Ave, when I noticed a big orange flickering light rising above the treetops, it shot quickly to the left. The light reminded me of a floating lantern, but much bigger. My fiancee was driving & got a good look about the time I noticed the light shoot past 3 OTHER red/orange pulsating lights. I then noticed the objects seemed to follow & form an obtuse scalene triangle. Slowly the 4th light disappeared & the other red orange lights moved in to make a tighter triangle. It took more than a minute or so for the shape to form. It was at that time I spent approx 20-30 seconds searching the back seat for my camera. When I started recording we were still at the stop light & the mysterious lights remained relatively stationary for about 30 more seconds. As the light changed I kept shooting through the open roof of our Jeep. As we moved past the buildings & street lights, it stayed in focus, all the while pulsating red & orange. We drove down the street for another minute or two, filming the objects flicker in the sky, still in triangle formation. At about the same time, 2 lights disappeared, & left one red/orange light, which seemed to get brighter before I eventually lost sight of it. The entire sighting lasted less than 5 minutes but left us feeling certain we had seen something out of the ordinary. I have no clue of the origin of the lights or if they actually created a bigger object, but it seemed as so, did not look like anything I had ever seen before in the sky. It left us feeling certain we had just witnessed a UFO.
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