November 15, 2013 – Cambridge, Idaho – 5:30 AM MST

Description: For months my husband and I have observed what we believe are drones in our sky. They do not track like stars over the course of the night or over weeks. They have flashing green, red and white lights. We are sort of used to them, if not really happy about it, but they are technically “UFOs.” One is there almost every clear night in the east, and one to the west.

This morning we went out to try to see comet ISON in the southeast sky. We both observed a small white light that zigzagged across a large area of sky. It moved erratically for maybe ten minutes, then we got cold and went inside. After warming up, we went back out and saw a very bright white light, moving at first in a straight line. There was a green, red and white light moving parallel to it at a matching pace. The white light suddenly began to zigzag. I turned my attention to the colored light to see what it was doing and it was gone. I looked back at the white light and it was gone. They did not go over the horizon, this was in open skies.

This is not the first time we have seen these erratically moving lights. It is just the first time I thought to report it. I do not know what is going on, but I live in the middle of nowhere and there is way too much going on in my night sky. If there is anyone near me with the ability to do night videography, I’d love to be put in touch with them.

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