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It appears the person who posted the video of the strange lights to our page, that we shared, has removed the video, which removed it from our feed. Does anyone else have video from last night? While there were skydivers at Mile High, most of videos were taken in the suburbs, looking at suburban fireworks displays.
Occurred : 7/1/2014 21:45 (Entered as : 07/01/2014 21:45)
Reported: 7/1/2014 9:23:32 PM 21:23
Location: Centennial, CO
5 Orange lights seen on multiple occasions, west of our direction.
5 orange lights that changed in their intensity of illumination were seen flying west of the facility our officers protect.
Two weeks later, at almost the exact same time the phenomenon was seen again. The 5 lights appear to rise from the ground, at different times, eventually all arriving thousands of feet from the ground, before making rapid direction changes. The lights end up “disappearing” in under one hour.
We have had 3 witnesses on the first sighting and two on the following sighting. Needless to say, it’s not something we normally put in any SOR’s but we made the exception for both occasions.
All persons sighting the craft are former military, from multiple nations.
originally posted by: SgtHamsandwich
Looks like a cluster of Chinese lanterns to me, especially the way they fizzled out.
I was out last night watching a local fireworks display and someone in the neighboring housing development were letting them off. I watched 7 of them one after the other rise from the trees and travel the same path then fizzle out at the same distance as they ran out of fuel.
originally posted by: Dianec
I'm not sure if skydivers use lights when they are diving at night. I would think it would interrupt their vision unless it was to shine a light downward.
yeah i know but what i meant was it could be something else to do with the celebrations,i,m sure there was plenty of other things going on for it.
originally posted by: thesmokingman
a reply to: sparky31
These were MILES away from any displays going on. Not a single firework in the area of the lights it is a very rural area on the eastern plains.