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Sighting Reports 2011

Fire Red Lights in a Line Move Slowly & Change Direction in Night Sky

Bonney Lake is About 20 Miles Southeast of Tacoma.
Bonney Lake is About 20 Miles Southeast of Tacoma.

Date of Sighting: April 30, 2011
Time of Sighting: 2:15 AM PDT
Location of Sighting: Bonney Lake, Washington (See Map)

Description: I went outside of my home last night and saw a row of very bright lights. I could not really make out a lot of detail, but it appeared to be flat. The lights appeared to be fire like and seemed to flicker like fire constantly. I thought it might be some type of a hot air balloon, but there was no balloon and no sound and the light was constant. It sounds strange, but it almost looked like it had a sail when it was the closest to me. The color was mostly orange, but it did change colors. It gently drifted in an eastward direction about 1,000 feet over our house and then rose higher. Suddenly it stopped and then began drifting slowly in a southwest direction almost exactly the same way it came. It moved across the sky for several minutes then it stopped again and changed colors from orange to a bright whitish green color to red and then to orange again. This was the only time that it seemed to change colors like this. At this time it was smaller than when I initially saw it, but then it rose again rather quickly and became the same size as the stars, but was orange. The light then began slowly moving to the south. The weather during the sighting was clear, cold, and no wind. There may have been some kind of breeze higher in the atmosphere and made it appear that it was drifting with the breeze, but then it stopped and went the other way. This was not a kite or anything mechanical. It had absolutely no sound at all and moved slowly. The only time it seemed to do anything quickly was when it was rising. I watched it for about 30 to 40 minutes. I tried to see if I could take a picture of it, but it was way too dark for my type of camera and it would not zoom in close enough.

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