Hundreds of Orbs Float to the Southeast.

Location of Sighting: Pioneer, Ohio
Date of Sighting: March 21, 2020
Time of Sighting: 9:15 PM EDT

Description: My girlfriend and I were walking inside from returning from the store when I looked up and seen hundreds of small orbs floating. The orb like UFOs were originating in the northeast sky flying to the southeast and they started to form in a gaped line going upwards then would even out and fan out all across the sky similar to SpaceX, but! There were thousands of them and many were flying erratic and flying synchronized as if they were playing. Also they were lower than planes and the show went on for around 30 minutes. They were tiny white dots with a bright glow. And I’m not talking a hundred or 300, but possibly thousands. Also I live in middle of nowhere and all of them went over my head.

Note: The witnesses are looking at Star-Link communication satellites.

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1 Response to Hundreds of Orbs Float to the Southeast.

  1. George M. says:

    My wife and our daughter and I saw the exact same thing in Channahon, Illinois. At first thought my eyes were playing tricks on me, but then there was the never ending line formation of lights traveling north to south. The line would break up and light orbs would scatter across the sky at a much faster speed and direction change than an airplane could do. This was around 8:30 PM Central Time.

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