February 3, 2012 – Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada – 7 PM AST

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Description: I saw the same lights and was shocked as they rose from behind a big rock (not quite a mountain, but 100 feet tall). There were red-dish orbs that shot up into the sky and when I looked around there were 15 or so flying low and in a pattern east? I got into my truck and drove to my house about 2 minutes away. I was able to see them for most of the trip, but they began to disappear. I ran inside and got my wife to come out. When she made it to the driveway 3 lights remained. She noted they were a strange color, not like an airplane. They all traveled at the same speed and in a straight pattern. I hope it was just a satellite.

Note: The witness is comparing his sighting to a sighting in Springdale, Arkansas on Dec. 24, 2011. Click here to read about this sighting.

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One Response to February 3, 2012 – Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada – 7 PM AST

  1. Dan Milano says:

    Petaluma, CA:
    My girl friend and myself witnessed two orbs as large a small plane moving back and forth erratically and changing colors from red to white and then fading out to nothing. A few minutes later they would reappear low on the horizon and repeat the same behavior. They finally faded out after twenty minutes. This happened on 2/12/2012. The following night about 8 PM the orbs were back and this time I was at a different location, but they repeated the same behavior.

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