The corners of the triangle were defined by reddish-orange orbs of light. It made no sound that I could hear, and appeared to roll about its longitudinal axis
I was observing the object from PGH, the local hospital
I was observing the object from PGH, the local hospital, and it seemed to be about 5 to 10 statute miles away.
So Because the pilot is on the ground, his professional perspective drops down to the layman's level?
He could even tell us the rough distance of these objects:
I see no hallmarks of lanterns in this report.