Moderator: Bonnie Jean Mitchell
SOme people say these are "flares" or night skydiver. But please come on use your brains. Skydiver do not fly updwards such as these objecst are doing. And flares produce smoke and are influenced by wind. Flares also do not fly upd and down, to each other etc....
What do you think?
See by yourself
The Videos name is: MASS SIGHTING! UFO Fleet Over Columbus Ohio! Military Formations? 8/17/2015
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWFipOw ... cureteam10
These lights will pop into existence, move around a bit, and fade out of existence again in a completely silent sky. Many of the ones I saw will start out as one large light that is really several lights clustered together. Then they will separate accordion-like, drift apart and fade one by one up the chain. Some will then reappear in different places in the sky and fade out again just like in the video. I've seen them arrange themselves in vertical and horizontal lines over town. I've also seen them arrange themselves in geometrical patterns and rotate. For example, in one spectacular, up-close sighting, I saw several lights pop on just off the side of the road when I was driving, just a stones throw away and very low. First it made a horizontal row of lights and then one by one individual orbs appeared above the line and became a rotating triangle. It was like fireworks it was so animated! My window was down, and there was absolutely no sound. Also, it was still light a little. The sun had set, but the sky was still blue with light. Most of the sightings seemed to happen at this time in the evening. You could see in between the orbs, and there was no visible craft in between them; although, you knew something had to be there. They always clustered in groups when they appeared. I will say the only difference between what I have seen and what shows up in the video is that my sightings happened much more quickly. The ones in the video seem to take their time moving, appearing, and disappearing, and then they keep reappearing for a long time. My sightings were much quicker where the movement was quick and the entire sighting from start to finish lasted on average 3-5 seconds.