Twinkling Vertical Lights In Shape of Vase.

Location of Sighting: Savannah, Georgia
Date of Sighting: February 28, 2017
Time of Sighting: 6:05 PM EST

Description: I was looking out over the marsh as the sun was starting to set. I noticed a twinkling of lights like fireworks that’s in a vertical shape, similar to a vase. Then a white light pops from the top and becomes a oblong potato shape and then 3 more happen. They form a line while they start moving to the right and disappear one by one into the clouds. The vertical shape of lights disappeared as soon as the fourth shape appeared. Unfortunately my phone was too far away. This all happened so fast and it’s still surreal to me! I saw a bright white light several nights before that stayed stationary, but this was on the other side of the sky. I also saw a low flying object, but didn’t keep my eyes on it, thinking it was a helicopter. Then followed the bright light and then it slowly went across the skyline skimming the treetops. Then the next day I see the fireworks lights and 4 oblong floating UFO’s. What else explains this?

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3 Responses to Twinkling Vertical Lights In Shape of Vase.

  1. Anonymous says:

    I see someone else saw what I saw and the time is different by 15 minutes so my time recollection was at sunset whatever time it was. The couple from Tybee describe what I saw almost perfectly. I am glad that someone else saw this and I am near Tybee Island, on Wilmington Island.

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