On 4/10/14, at approximately 10 am; I set up my video camera facing at a 90 degree angle directly up into the sky. When reviewing video at 1/8 speed, I noticed a "cylindrical" shaped object move from the bottom of the screen(from the west), and going to the top right(towards the north)...then following behind it by approximately 5 seconds a second object; which was dark, and shaped much like the object under the Baltic Sea(seriously), was slightly to the right(north) of cylinder, and actually did a "death roll" while in flight, but veered a little further right(North) of cylindrical object.
Several minutes later, I picked up 2 additional objects that appeared to be much higher in the sky(as they were smaller in appearance, and slightly fuzzy;I believe, do to high-level Cyrus type clouds). These appeared from the west(left side of screen); with one moving towards top of screen(East), and the other coming in the screen slightly to the right(north), of first object; moving at a 45 degree angle to the right(North)and center screen. I believe this object was either larger or lower in elevation; as it is more visible.
The ONLY object that can be seen at full speed was the darker object(but very quick). I've attached 2 clips for you; one at full speed, then the other is slowed to 1/8 of full speed; and THIS is where you'll notice the cylinder object coming from bottom right(still very quickly), then the darker craft(also from the bottom right)...then towards the end of clip, you can see the 2 other crafts mentioned come in from the bottom left of screen(they are lighter(I believe due to elevation), and VERY fast as well.
I had filled out another report in March; of which was published with the still shot; and sent a report in regarding the capture I received on 4/6/14; but hadn't seen it, or heard back. This is a truly amazing catch; because I speculate that the darker craft "might" be one of ours possibly chasing the cylindrical craft; but the "death roll" is VERY OBVIOUS TOO!
I've attached the full-speed and 1/8th speed clips; along with stills that show each different crafts caught on video.
Thank you for your hard efforts!!!