posted on Nov, 20 2012 @ 03:08 PM
I live in the U.S. in the western part of the state of Tennessee. Last Thursday night, November 15th, my husband called me over to where he was
standing outside and was pointing at the sky. I asked "What is it?" He said "A UFO!." I said "Shut up don't play with me!" Because he knows
what a sucker I am for that kind of stuff and he has been known to trick me or kinda tease me about it. But I could tell he was serious when he said
"Hurry look!" So I ran over and looked in the direction he was pointing and about the time I spotted it, a second one came over the treeline right
behind it, then a third, fourth, then a fifth! They were exactly as others have described, an orange-red glowing light, not flashing and they made no
sound and were very low in the sky. They were traveling at a fairly slow rate of speed in the direction of northeast to southwest.
They were traveling slow enough that I was able to run inside and grab my camera, which is a Canon PowerShot SX 150IS. It is a semi-manual camera, but
has HD video capabilities. It's been a few weeks since I've used the camera and was disappointed when I turned it on the battery indicator was
blinking, but I was able to film the glowing objects for a few minutes before the camera died. Although I wasn't able to video the objects for the
entire time they were visible, it wasn't long after the camera shut off that the objects disappeared from our view. We couldn't tell if they
disappeared on their own or if they became obscured by clouds or possibly trees, as there are many trees around our house.
I have yet to upload the video to my computer, but plan to do so today as this is the first day I've had since the incident that I am not extremely
busy. When I get it uploaded I will upload it to my Youtube account then post a link or embed the video here in this thread. I was very excited to see
this thread while browsing the Recent Posts and found it very ironic since this incident just happened so recently for me.