I'll post more in a sec but if you are in the area they are travelling WSW from my perspective in Joplin, MO. There is an extremely powerful jet
rumble associated with it. 2 escorts have FAA lights, but 3 UFOs look like inside illuminated boxes through binoculars.
OK, wanted to get that up as quickly as possible, people in Oklahoma should be able to see them by now.
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Ok, now for more detail. I'm visiting family in Missouri, and Mom asked me to step outside and see a UFO. The sun set about an hour ago, and what she
pointed out to me was a slow moving, bright star in the South. I figured it was probably a reflection off a satellite, and it disappeared after about
10 minutes. It was moving due East, but it was unremarkable. While watching it, with the binoculars, I happened to see some flashing FAA lights in
the North East and when I zoomed in on them another set zoomed across the frame. It was a little frightening, so I stopped and looked with the naked
eye, and there was a section of sky kind of ablaze with activity. Once I got some perspective on it, there were 3 sets of FAA lights that seemed to
be jets, they went NNW, and then one circled back and headed out of sight in the opposite direction, while the two others took up positions flanking
some large lights that were not flashing. Those lights seemed to turn WSW, and they were not flashing. When I zoomed in with 7x35 mm binoculars,
there were 3 distinct crafts, they seemed almost like cubes with backlighting that was more prominent on the corners of the craft highlighting the
The entire time there was an apparent roar, but it was deeper in tone than typical fighter jets or even commercial airliners. It seemed to be a very
large type of engine, or something operating at very high power. Just as I ran in to post this, the were starting to near the Western Horizon, and
the sound was at its loudest.
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