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Sighting Reports 2007

Couple See Colored Lights That Changed Pattern & Configuration
Lights in Initial Configuration. Lights in Last Configuration
Lights in Initial Configuration.
Lights in Last Configuration

Map Showing Location of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Map Showing Location of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Date of Sighting: November 16, 2007
Time of Sighting: 10:30 PM EST
Date Sighting Reported: November 25, 2007
Duration of Sighting: Unknown (Probably at Least 30 Minutes)
Location of Sighting: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina (See Map)
Latitude: 32.15 Degrees North
Longitude: 80.76 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: Two
Number of Witnesses Interviewed: One
Weather: Clear Skies. Visibility 10 Miles. Winds Were Calm.

Description: The witness mailed a letter with the report. He stated that he had seen these same lights about 3 months before the above sighting. He stated that he viewed the lights through binoculars and was certain that they were not airplanes or helicopters. He added that no radio or water towers were in the area where he saw the lights. He said that the lights were initially in an oval configuration with colors of red and green. The lights at this point were hovering. The witness then went inside to fetch his wife to view the lights. His wife also saw the lights in a hovering pattern. A while later the witness noticed that the lights had moved slightly and changed configuration. The lights now were in a circle, were brighter and white, much more numerous, and were coming out from the center of the circle. The circle was filled with a background color of golden-brown.

Investigator's Notes: It is difficult to say what exactly the witness observed. The change in configurations does seem unusual, but the fact that the lights had previously been seen suggests that they may a conventional cause. The witness is a lawyer and and stated that he was a "skeptic by nature." I therefore consider that his observations are likely accurate.

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