December 31, 2013 – Tucson, Arizona – 6:30 to 6:45 PM MST



Description: Hi:  Our little dog Haeli was growling at the sliding glass door so I looked to see what the fuss was about. I noticed an amber/red light, but thought it might be some sort of remote control toy on the property behind us. I got up to look out of curiosity and was amazed to see 6-8 of these orbs in the sky headed toward the foothills. They stayed in the same general area, but changed in formation as they did in your video. They were never paired up though. It even looked as though 2 of them collided as there was a small burst of red when they came together as one appeared to fall straight down and then go out. We too were amazed that there were no reports of this activity on the news. I googled it to find your post. We have never had an experience like this before, but have lived close to Davis Monthan Air Force Base  in the past and know the noise from the planes on the base. These things made no noise at all. We now live out by Sabino Canyon where there is no city noise. It was perfectly quiet as we watched the lights that night. We are just curious if you have had any more sightings since last year?

Response to Investigator Questions: It was approximately 6:35 to 6:40 in the evening. They were in our sight for about 2 to 3 minutes before they disappeared.

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One Response to December 31, 2013 – Tucson, Arizona – 6:30 to 6:45 PM MST

  1. Barbara G. says:

    Here come the dancing balls of light or orbs. I will keep saying that they are a natural phenomenon that may be caused by earthquakes that most people don’t feel. They also may be electrical in nature.

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