posted on Mar, 19 2013 @ 10:18 AM
reply to post by Drunkenparrot
lol, I actually had a similar experience a bit back during the 4th of July. One of my neighbors looked up and saw these orange lights in the sky,
about 15 of them and, after living out on the rez and seeing those orange things for so many years, I was positively terrified. Neighbors panicked as
well. Thought for sure that "this was it", lol. Thankfully, took less than a minute to realize that they weren't exactly like the orange things at
all and that they were actually a large release of paper lanterns in the sky. Was hilarious. Overall, the experience was kind of neat because, after
the event, my neighbors started talking about the times that they saw UFOs and some of their experiences were really fascinating. Would have never
heard those stories if it hadn't been for those paper lanterns, lol.
The real thing moves. I watched a formation of 5 of them once for about an hour.. They just hovered on the horizon and changed formation. Sometimes
in a straight line, then they'd move into a kind of W formation. In the end when I decided I just wasn't going to watch anymore because of it being
unnerving, one had dropped down beyond sight (landed?) on the horizon and two had flown off in opposite directions. I could never figure out why they
would just hover like they did and change formations. Experimental craft, I could see them practicing formations but one definitely looked like it
possibly landed (can't be sure). Where that would have landed would have been possibly around Ganado, AZ in the forested area due east. Odd place to
land an experimental aircraft if that's what it was.