Circle Shaped Orange Light 2 Lines Hanging Down.

Location of Sighting: Shelburne, Vermont
Date of Sighting: August 8, 2018
Time of Sighting: 10:30 PM EDT


Description: I saw an orange light in shape of circle, with two lines hanging down from it (also orange) moving fairly fast through sky. It didn’t really fly in a straight line so it could not have been a plane.

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4 Responses to Circle Shaped Orange Light 2 Lines Hanging Down.

  1. Jim says:

    From my own experience I suspect you did see a real UFO. I have seen and video taped many UFO’s daytime with lines that look like cable attached and hanging straight down. These “cables” do not flap around in the wind like string on balloons do and appear rigid and straight. I have only seen them with one “cable” per object so far. Also the many UFOs I have seen that are rotating always do so in a clockwise rotation as when looking up at them just like tornado’s and hurricanes do in the Northern Hemisphere. Fake UFO videos I have seen always seem to rotate the wrong way!

    • Administrator says:

      Hi: Thanks for your interesting comments. Hurricanes rotate counter-clockwise in the northern hemisphere.

      • Jim says:

        Hi, Thanks William, I should have been more clear on rotation. As you look at a Hurricane from space it does rotate counter clockwise in a flat plane. But if you are looking up from underneath at that flat plane rotation from the ground it is clockwise. Just a matter of perspective. Also I learned that things like dust devils and tornado’s on rare occasions rotate the wrong or reverse way in the Northern Hemisphere from the ground looking up underneath perspective as counter-clockwise. Gets confusing at times.

        • Administrator says:

          Yes, it does get confusing. Meteorologists look at storms from the top as we do regarding satellite charts, weather maps and radar maps. I believe that some tornadoes can rotate clockwise, but I think that most of them (particularly large ones) rotate counter-clockwise as they generally form on the right hand flank of meso-cyclones (thunderstorms). Of course weather systems rotate the opposite way in the southern hemisphere.

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