Location of Sighting: Armstrong, British Columbia, Canada
Date of Sighting: March 15, 2020
Time of Sighting: 8:50 PM PDT
Description: My wife and I we’re sitting in a hot tub at 8:50 PM March 15, 2020. Looking directly west I could see a string of seven lights in a straight line and I said to my wife check out the stars look how bright and straight they are. As we follow the lights after seven my wife says to me oh my God that one is moving so is the second one so is the third one. I believe we saw this from the beginning. The lead light went straight up above our head made a sharp right turn for about an inch in the sky and vanished. All other lights after that continue in the same directions from horizon to above her head all sequence in the same distance apart. It seemed about every 30 seconds as they were moving upwards one would dissipate as if it just got too high to see. After counting at least 20 I ran upstairs to grab our cell phones to try to take pictures, but they did not work. My wife and I were counting we believe there was at least 50+ lights that went on for 20 minutes. This went from the horizon low mountain range just to straight up over our heads when the lights just seem to dissipate. This was the most obvious craziest thing we have ever seen in our lives. This went on for too long and too well visualized to be something that could be mistaken. All lights were in a straight line except for the 10th last one seem to be a few inches in the sky to the left. After they stopped three or four minutes later there was two stragglers that weren’t as bright, but we’re closer together it almost seemed as if somebody was following them, but they dissipated in the same spot. What a night. This is my second sighting. 13 1/2 years ago August 1, 2007 around midnight I saw a single craft in the southern sky.
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