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Description: On December 11, 2012 at around 7:00 PM. I left my home of Antlers, Ok headed Northeast to a small town, Nashoba, OK. About 15 miles into my trip I noticed a strange orange light in the sky on my right side. At first I thought that it was a planet. I continued to observe this glowing orb trying to keep my eye on it, it then disappears. (The light stayed for a good 30 seconds before disappearing.) I now thought that that the trees may have gotten in my way, but I finally realized that the tree line wasn’t as high as the orb. It then reappeared further west, close, but not quite in the same spot. It remained stationary for another 30 seconds. After the last disappearance it never showed again. At least in my path. I told my boyfriend after arriving in Neshoba at his house. He laughed, and we went on. The next day (today) he went to work and a co-worker mentioned seeing three orange glowing orbs In Talihina, OK about 45 minutes northwest of Neshoba. My boyfriend’s co-worker not only saw them, but had others say they had as well. I this a coincidence? I think not. After hearing that others had seen it, I asked around Antlers and there were two others that had seen something strange in the sky, but were not further explained. I got a call This evening around 6:00 to hear that a friend and her carpool friend had seen an orange orb around 5:00 heading southwest from Broken Bow, OK, to Hugo, OK. I am not saying that these are aliens hovering my Oklahoma area. But As a citizen of this area I would like to know what is going on. Is it serious? Does the Government know? Do they have anything to do with it.? I have a thousand questions.Note to Commenters: If you are reporting a sighting, be sure to include the location (city, state, country), date and time of your sighting. Be detailed in your description. You may also use our report form to report your sighting. Comments will be published if they are in "good taste" and not inflammatory.