Looks to me like a mobile cell tower, with its lights going on and off. This is because they form an irregular triangular pattern. But, I have not
seen that area in daylight. Is there any big structure in that vicinity OP? If there isn't, then it could be a UFO.
I will film the same exact spot tomorrow morning, Nothing but sky at that spot. It is actually the second time i have seen this happen over the same
hill a few months ago but there was only the one light at that time.
Why did you stop filming? Where are you filming from? What happened at the end? Hill you say? How do you know it's over the hill and not on the hill?
It's mighty dark on that vid, rural area? No stars?
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I was filming it from my bedroom window in a 2nd story house. The reason for little stars is because it was cloudy at the time (raining now). I also
know that its over the hill because those lights at the bottom are near the top of the hill. Its not rural just a small city and the reason why i
stopped filming is because I was filming from my digital camera which has little space on it (didn't have time to delete what was already on there).
Great first thread you have there. The last blue light at the end there seems to be spinning around a circular object. Thought I was imagining it at
first but after watching it a few times, the object appears to be spinning on its' own axis. I have never seen a tower have "floating lights" like
these appear to be. Great footage and thank you.
Very interesting, thank you for sharing this video; in what part of New Zealand was this captured?
Regarding the hill below these lights, I tried changing various video parameters but nothing made the hill outline visible against the background. I
hope you are still planning to upload a daytime video from the same location; I know it will help me to better understand this event (i.e. UFO,
electrical arc's, ball lightning, or something else). Also, what is the compass direction and distance between the observation point and the top of
Hi there I'm in Nelson, New Zealand. The direction from my room was about north east east. The distance is approximately 2 kilometers I'd say. Yes
I'm still going to film a day shot. Its 9.54am but I still can't see the top of the hill because of the low clouds (It's still raining a bit).
I can see the similarities and how you would think that but it was obviously something else (LEDs wouldn't be visible at the distance I was from the
hill). I'm just waiting waiting for the clouds to clear so I can get a decent daytime shot.
I'm sure you know how far away the hill is, that's not what I asked.
I asked how you know how far away the lights are. It's pretty much impossible to judge the distance of a light in the sky. Why can you only assume
they were above the hill? Why not closer than the hill?
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