posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 09:52 AM
They do have artillery units at Avon Park that would fire flares for aircraft. But when we first noticed the lights the first one was really high up
and Avon Park is 60 miles away from my location. The objects would have to be at 30 plus thousand feet, which defeats the purpose of an illumination
flare since it is intended to illuminate ground targets. Also, these were observed for a very long time much longer than the average 7 minute flare
drop time. I spoke to a few people who also saw these and they were down Highway 60 which is further north and outside the restricted flight pattern
for Avon Park. Just wanted to toss this in since I did look into Avon Park. I did mention to a friend at work to watch the skies and her husband is
skeptic, in a matter of weeks he observed what was an orange ball of light about the size of tennis ball at arms length. He yelled for his wife to
come see and it just went out.
I have to say I'm not spooked easily and my experience with what is flying around is pretty decent and I recorded something I felt was very unusual.
It reminded me of the phoenix lights and I'm still waiting for the Air Force to show me a picture of the pod the A-10's used to drop illumination
flares(not defensive flares)...they don't exist. I do believe they did drop illumination flares after the event as a slight of hand for the actual
Your explanation could be it though I have no evidence to disprove that concept except my observations above. Really appreciate it.
27-11-2013 by Darkstar12 because: (no reason given)
edit on 27-11-2013 by Darkstar12 because: (no reason given)