10 Orange Lights in 2 Rows Hover, Move & Vanish.

Location of Sighting: Springfield, Massachusetts
Date of Sighting: July 20, 2016
Time of Sighting: 9:30 PM EDT

Watch Video of Orange Orbs (YouTube):



Description: I observed 10 orange lights in the western sky. They were in two rows. They flickered slightly and were hovering in one spot. I stopped my car and watched them for about 2 minutes. After about 1.5 minutes eight of them started to move slowly to the right (north) and disappeared. The remaining two in the lower row remained and hovered for another 30 seconds and then slowly moved to the right and disappeared. They were at about a 60 degree angle looking up. The air was still. I took a video, but it is blurry and short.

Note: The video shows 2 of the orange orbs. The orbs could be Chinese Lanterns.

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7 Responses to 10 Orange Lights in 2 Rows Hover, Move & Vanish.

  1. Grant Wells says:

    Can I see the picture? whats your email?

  2. Zack says:

    Hi, I was with my brother on Febuary 26th, 2016. We were playing basketball outside when we saw something very similar. There were lights like the ones you described. They were lined up in two rows. I ran over and was able to take a picture of them as some started to disappear. After the majority had disappeared only two remained for about a minute then disappeared before us. After they disappeared a chopper went flying in the direction of the lights at a high rate of speed.

  3. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    These are likely out of focus Chinese Lanterns or some other terrestrial source. Even the streetlights at the start of the video are out of focus.

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