Large Cylinder Orange Light Flies Southeast.

Location of Sighting: Coatesville, Pennsylvania
Date of Sighting: September 22, 2016
Time of Sighting: 10:19 PM EDT

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Description: I just saw a large cylinder orange light moving southeast in the vicinity of Coatesville, PA. It had no NAV Lights, strobes or tell tail lights. It did not make any noise. Initially it was moving slowly then it appeared to pick up speed. It was very large. My sighting was at approximately 10:19 PM on 22 SEPT 16.

Note: The witness said that the following sighting was similar. (Source: “Vike Factor” UFO Blog):

Title: 10 To 12 Bright Orange Lights In The Sky Above Southeast Of Edmonton Alberta

Date: January 10, 2015
Time: Approximately 8:30 p.m.

I think I saw what appeared to be 10 to12 bright orange lights in sky southeast of Edmonton. I watched them fly around for about 2 minutes and when I went inside to get my camera, they were of course gone.

There had to have been other people see it, yet I can’t find anything on the net.

That’s where I was looking when I saw your site. Very weird. Have you heard anything about these lights on Saturday January 10, 2015 at around 8:30 PM?

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One Response to Large Cylinder Orange Light Flies Southeast.

  1. Barbara G. says:

    It’s too bad that somebody can’t find out just what these lights are. They seem to be seen all over the planet in different shapes and sizes, but so far no helicopter pilot has been in the air when some of them show up. Even if someone could follow them they would just either fade out or take off like a shot and outrun another aircraft trying to catch up to them.

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