My wife and were driving about an hour outside of St. Louis last week. It was 5:30 p.m. and just getting dark. I noticed a very large stationary light
about 150 feet in the air to our left. It was a pale yellow/amber. I'm guessing it was about a mile away. There was a power line roughly 200 yards
away, which gave us a good visual aid as to whether the light was moving or not. The light was just above the power line in my line of sight. We lost
sight of it after continuing on our route after about 3-4 minutes. After we gained sight of where it was, it seem to have disappeared.
We then saw two more very similar lights to our right just a few seconds after we lost sight of the first one. These were much closer, however;
probably 250 yards away. They were in a large field right next to the road. They were identical to the first. One of the lights was stationary, and
the other quickly flew around above the other in a playful looking manner. We watched these for around 10 seconds. A thick line of trees blocked our
view and we lost sight. When we got past the trees, they appeared to be gone.
We then caught sight of what we believe to be the original light. It seemed to be the same distance away, but further west; the direction we were
traveling. We watched this large, constant light for 20 seconds or so. The light was a pale yellow/amber color at first. Then it began alternating
from pale yellow/amber to pale blue and pale pink, changing quickly. The colors were very pale. It then started pulsating in a distinct pattern. It
wasn't blinking or flashing, and never went out completely. I was just a moderate pulsation. I don't remember the exact pattern, but it seemed
deliberate. It did this for 10 seconds or so. The light then got very small over a span of about 3-4 seconds, like you put a flashlight up to the
wall. It stayed that way for another 3 seconds. Then it was gone. About 2-3 seconds after it was gone, two more identical lights appeared on our
right, about 1/2 mile away. Honestly, It was as if it was teleporting, or communicating with the other UFOs.
This went on for about 30 minutes. We would see similar lights. They would disappear, and one or two others would appear anywhere from 1-4 miles away.
The first one seemed to control all of the others we saw. As if it was "directing traffic." Once we got closer to the city, it all stopped.
My wife took pictures and videos the duration of the event. None of the pics or videos I looked at on the computer showed anything definitive. The
pictures just look like lights. And the videos were too blurry to show much of anything. If I find anything worth while, I'll post it.
When we first saw them, we were roughly an hour and a half from the airport. But these weren't passenger planes or anything that would have been flown
in and out of there. And they were entirely too low to be that far from the airport. There were no navigation lights, or any other kind of light for
that matter. "Orbs" is the best way I could describe them, although I kind of dislike that word due to it being so overused.
There is also an Air Force base somewhat close to that area. But that was some pretty wild stuff we were witnessing. And they aren't the type of base
to do anything experimental. They're not too secretive or closed off. Their airfields are even used for civilian aircraft.
Possibly the most intriguing part (for me, at least) is that this happened exactly 3 months after my first UFO sighting. It was on Nov. 13. This
occurred on Feb. 13.
Interestingly, these sightings occurred in the area of one of the most well-known and documented UFO sightings in the midwest. This 5-part video
covers that pretty well. www.youtube.com...
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