I was hoping that someone else had seen the same or similar sightings of multiple lights/UFO's near St. Maries, Idaho. Depending upon the night, there are between 3 to 5 of these objects. They remain somewhat stationary, hovering only slightly. Looking at them with the naked eye, the light appears elongated: white light on the top and bottom, flashing lights that appear to be rotating that strobe in colors of blue, green, red. They are high in the sky. On clear evenings they can be seen, night after night, and their location, although varied, remain overhead. I live on acreage in a fairly isolated location, but this should be able to be seen by others in the area. One of the lights/UFO's is larger than the rest. I have had numerous neighbors, friends and family members who have observed them, and so far, everyone concurs that they are not stars (too large), nor are they satellites, as their place in the night sky remains stationary. The one exception to this was one evening about one month ago while I was observing three of these lights, one of the smaller lights that was closest to the larger light (object) began to move away towards the southwest, slowly. Within approximately 5 to 10 seconds, it suddenly disappeared. I did not see it increase speed, rather it seemed to "blink out". There is never any sound attached to these objects, so a helicopter or a plane can be ruled out. They are high in the sky, but the naked eye can detect the color they flash--especially visible with the largest, brightest light/UFO.
This has been a nightly occurrence for many months, which makes the situation more confusing than if it were a one-time event. I was hoping that someone connected with MUFON in the Idaho area would be willing to investigate. I can just about guarantee that on a clear night, they'll be visible.
There have been no strange occurrences attached with these sightings that I am aware of.