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Sighting Reports 2011

Series of Aerial Lights Appear & Disappear on a Overcast Night

The Sighting Occurred on the "I-90" Bridge A Few Miles East of Downtown Seattle.
The Sighting Occurred on the "I-90" Bridge A Few Miles East of Downtown Seattle.

Date of Sighting: June 14, 2011
Time of Sighting: Around 10 PM PDT
Location of Sighting: Bellevue, Washington (See Map)

Description: Did anyone report anything over Seattle-Bellevue area last night (June 14) around 10:00 PM (maybe a little earlier)? The descriptions from a few days ago in LA and the cell phone picture look a lot like what we saw. What we saw was more like a series of something being launched and then disappearing. The lights we saw were too high and fast to be air balloons, but probably most resembling something like that. (My neighbor looked through his binoculars so he saw more features than I did.) I was just happy to know it wasn't some attack by another country or something eerie. Perhaps it was a promotion for something, but there was nothing in the news about it. Anyhow, we didn't call anything in anywhere, but since I saw this website and saw also that there have been some similar sightings. I thought that I would ask.

Additional Comments by Witness: The objects were too high and fast to be hot air balloons. We were over the I90 Bridge area (West of Redmond Area). We are leaning more toward the Chinese Lanterns theory even though they seemed awfully high and in too much of an organized pattern for that. If they all caught the same current and maybe they were actually closer than they appeared. We figure that probably more people would have reported it if it was as visible as it seemed to us.

Note: I am inclined to believe that the witnesses saw Chinese Lanterns are something quite similar.

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