Location of Sighting: Lethridge, Alberta, Canada
Date of Sighting: July 4, 2015
Time of Sighting: 2:20 AM MDT
Description: On July 4 2015 around 2:30 AM. I was in my backyard looking at the sky. The sky was clear and a bright full moon to the south. I was looking to the west when my eye caught 5 or 6 orange and red lights. These lights were not solid. They seemed to change rapidly like looking into the flame from a jet engine. These lights were very hard to see. They flickered through a variety of orange and red shades as a distant star does. The lights moved together at the same speed. I could not tell if the lights were separate objects or one large object. The lights then moved in such a way that I could only assume they were attached to a single object. The best way to describe this movement would be a pilot dipping an aircraft wing so one is pointing up and the other down. This object was heading south at extremely fast speeds and was west of Lethbridge. After seeing this a told my roommate about what I had seen.
A few days later (I can’t remember the actual date) I was outside looking up at the sky and I swear on everything I saw a black silent triangle shaped craft move overhead producing no noise. I could see the shape crystal clear which leads me to think that it had to be low in altitude. I did not see any lights on this object.Note to Commenters: If you are reporting a sighting, be sure to include the location (city, state, country), date and time of your sighting. Be detailed in your description. You may also use our report form to report your sighting. Comments will only be published if they are in "good taste" and not inflammatory. Also the name that you list in the comment will be posted. Use abbreviations or aliases if you don't want your name listed.
I was curious to ask you this: Do you mean to state that this instance took place on the morning of July 4th, 2015 or after the day of July 4th? I am curious because I saw the same thing on July 4th, 2015 at 10:30 PM in Tampa Florida, US, and I saw another instance of the same thing at 10:30 PM in Bloomington, Minnesota US. (Tampa is in Eastern Time and Bloomington is in Central Time 1 hour difference.) The approximate distance from Tampa to Bloomington is 1,518 Miles (2442.98419 kilometers)
A. If these sightings are from the same source and you put in the wrong day then they follow a near linear path from Tampa to Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada over the course of 6 hours (total distance is roughly 3,000 miles [4800 kilometers] meaning I have a line I can investigate.
B. If these sightings are from the same source and you didn’t put in the wrong day, then that means they either went exceedingly quickly around the world, or doubled back (not sure which is scarier) to make it around in approximately 20 hours.
C. If these sightings aren’t from the same source and you put in the wrong day, then that means we had multiple odd sightings of the same degree with them somehow being from different sources.
D. If these sightings aren’t from the same source and you put in the wrong day, then that means we had multiple sources and multiple days of similar sightings.