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Sighting Reports 2007

Couple See 5 Lights in Circular Pattern on Cloudy Rainy Night

Date of Sighting: July 15, 2007
Time of Sighting: Evening. 8 to 8:30 PM EDT
Date Sighting Reported: December 7, 2007
Duration of Sighting: Few Seconds
Location of Sighting: On Interstate 95 South of Orlando, Florida
Latitude: 28.33 Degrees North (Estimated)
Longitude: 80.78 Degrees West (Estimated
Number of Witnesses: Two
Number of Witnesses Interviewed: One
Weather: Cloudy Skies. Raining. (Per Witness Observation.)

Description (In Witness's Own Words): In July my fiance and I were driving on I-95 heading south from Orlando, Florida on Sunday July 15th, 2007. We saw 5 lights appear in a huge circular pattern and disappear. My guess is that each light was about a half a mile apart from the distance we were at. The sky that night was cloudy and it was raining. Anyway the lights all flashed simultaneously, disappeared, and then flashed one more time at a further distance. We never saw it again. At first I thought it may have been fighter jets in formation, but the way the lights all flashed at the same time was strange. I know jets have flashers, but all five flashing at the exact moment, I don't think so.

Second Report by Witness (In Response to Investigator Questions): No, we couldn't hear anything. We were in the car with the windows up and music on. The lights were very far away. Also the lights flashed for about 1-2 seconds both times we had seen them and then disappeared. What we had seen were 5 lights flashing simultaneously in a huge polygon formation.

Investigator's Notes: The witness feels that the lights behaved in manner uncharacteristic of conventional aircraft. I tend to agree although the fact that the lights were apparently at a long distance from the observers makes it more difficult to provide an accurate observation. Also the rainy weather would tend to reduce visibility and make accurate observation more difficult.