Flashing Lights Hover Then Disappear.

Location of Sighting: Akron, Ohio
Date of Sighting: March 17, 2018
Time of Sighting: 1 AM EDT

Description: I am currently watching this strange thing as I type this. I have been noticing it for some months now and at first I figured it was the space station. But then after paying closer attention, it seems to move almost like a drone catching wind would. But it’s there in the exact same place every single night. I finally got myself a little freaked out and woke my husband up one night to look at it because I thought I was going crazy. He saw the exact same thing I did without me telling him I was seeing the flashing lights. And then we both watched it literally disappear as if it were never even there. There were no clouds and the sun was not coming up for a few more hours or anything that could explain why it was gone. But tonight it’s a little different. It’s still in the same place and still flashing and slightly moving, but there are other red lights around it? This is the first time I have seen it do this.. They randomly flash above it and on both sides of it and under it. I was really trying to convince myself it was a star or maybe a drone monitoring traffic on the highway or something, but after tonight, I’m just not sure what to think.

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1 Response to Flashing Lights Hover Then Disappear.

  1. Kalen says:

    My boyfriend and I are watching the exact same thing right now with hunting binoculars. It is 1:35 AM and we are in northern Canada.

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