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Number of posts : 35
Location : Babylon
Registration date : 2009-08-22

PostSubject: Recent Sighting   Tue Aug 25, 2009 12:19 pm

Hey all, I am new here an would like to share this experience I had recently, I live in South Florida and was taking my 6 year old son to a Summer Camp type thing, It was 4 June, 4:30p.m. Skies were Sunny, Slightly Cloudy, typical So. Fla weather. After dropping him off, I looked to the skies as I usually do, scanning for anomalies, rarely do I see anything unidentifiable, but sure enough I noticed two Chrome Spheres, travelling independant of each other, their flight path was not entirely vertical, like two rising ballons, but rather as if climbing steps, jerky type motions, not smooth, and they were overtaking each other. The lateral distance they gained, made me question their being balloons. They were visible only for several seconds. Disappearing into a large cloud. I was able to get to my vehicle and grabbed my Binoculars, Upon further examination of this cloud mass, I noticed nothing unusual. Nor did these Spheres emerge from where I expected them. I never saw them again. I waited around 15 more minutes scanning the area. I rushed home and immediatley googled the Live Doppler site I use, and confirmed the Cloud elevations, and types, also, I checked wind shears and speeds at that altitude. Nothing that would have contributed to a couple of Balloons being affected by the wind. Also, the altitude of the cloud level was slightly above 10,000 feet, (my estimate)
The size of these Spheres, I estimate, would have to have been Larger than a Piper Cub aircraft, at the same alt. That is the strangest part of this for me, The size of these Orbs at that altitude meant to me, that they were rather Large! I would guess 50-60 feet diameter. No reports from MUFON or anyone else that I could find, for that date/location. Such a quick snippet of view, is probably not the best to attempt identification of these things, but its all I was afforded that day. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Recent Sighting   Tue Aug 25, 2009 5:26 pm

Good sighting and a great thing that you checked the facts to figure out what you saw or didn't see in this case (ruling out the balloon theory). Thank you for sharing this experience.
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Registration date : 2009-08-27

PostSubject: i have seen strange lights in the sky.   Thu Aug 27, 2009 7:30 pm

[i] sunny hello i am a new member. i am glad to talk about strange things that i have witness. this peticular night my 2 sons was going our way walking home when i looked up to the sky we saw 6 colorful lights that was going around in circles and boumcing off of each other there was not sounds. then they begin to move in a straight line moving very fast in a blink of an eye poof they vanish. Shocked
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