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originally posted by: AnonymousWitness
Had me think of this thread: Unknown orange/red glow over Pacific Ocean I started 3+ years ago..wonder if the scource of these lights is one and the same.
originally posted by: animatorsteve
This looks legit to me I see no indications of this not being actual footage. I am leaning towards flares for a training exercise. We need someone to find out if a training exercise occurred on that day they keep logs of all that stuff right?
8 Sep 1994 - Gulf Breeze, Florida, USA
12 red balls of light in groups of three and 4
Unidentified objects were sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. Physiological effects were noted. 12 red balls were observed for several hours. No sound was heard.
Hynek rating: NL "nocturnal lights"
Vallee rating: FB1 "simple object moving across sky"
originally posted by: AtomicKangaroo
My first thought was flares or mirage from lights over the horizon.
if only we had more than 5 seconds of shaky cam extended to almost 2 minutes thanks to slow motion.
If I saw what I genuinely thought were UFO's (as in Ayy LMAO's mobiles) I'd be doing a u-turn and going in for a closer look, not continue to drive in the opposite direction.
I'd probably put my camera against a solid surface to stabilize it also or something.
But yeah, see some of those lights sink into the sea near the end. So my monies are on flares.
Now if they'd be doing loop to loops and skywriting, I might be less skeptical.
I don't want to be a skeptic. I REALLY do want to see some really amazing proof that I am not just stuck on a ball of dirt with a bunch of mostly stupid humans and there is actually some intelligence in this Universe, but my cold logical brain won't let me do anything but science.
Another clue is the sound, and the rather stupid fact they are running from it. Hey, if I'm on a boat and suddendy a bunch of lights pop up in the sky, I will probably not run from them, but check them out - somebody could be in need of help, after all.
originally posted by: dannylightning
some balloons can have a reflective surface, the sun could make them appear to light up so that is a good theory of what this could be.
whats sad is three are so many fakes out there one day were gonna get some good photos or video of the real thing and none of us will think that its real