Posts Tagged ‘Campfire’
TRAVERSE CITY — I went to town to see the lighting of the Christmas tree on November 27, 2009. I got a new 2.8 lens and wanted to take some photos in a low light setting. I shot about 100 photos that evening from 5 to 8 PM. The next day when uploading them to my computer I noticed some lights in the sky in an interesting shape. Three show lights and shapes while I was standing on Front Street facing west. The lights are in three of four photos taken at this spot. I did not find these lights in other photos. The first two were taken about 5:40 PM and the third one was taken about 6:05 PM. Thanks to MUFON CMS
LAPEER — About 9 PM, I was outside by my campfire when I spotted a UFO going west with three lights flashing green, yellow and red on October 17, 2009. At first I thought it was an airplane because there is a small airport not far from where I live. So I grabbed my camera phone and recorded it because they usually turn around over my house. As it was going over I noticed it was triangular in shape, and had a light on each corner. The lights all lit up yellow, then they all lit up red and then they all lit up green. My dog started barking just as it flew over my house.
Note: The witness is to be commended for taking a reasonable quality video at night with a cell phone. The video has been brightened to reveal more detail. The lights did flash in changing colors (all white or yellow, all red, etc). The video didn’t really show the green, but the video didn’t contain the entire segment of time that the lights were observed. Of particular interest is the dog barking on the video. At least this confirms that the dog barked when the lights were overhead. (This doesn’t necessarily prove that the dog was barking at the lights, but it confirms the witness’s report.) I don’t think that this is a regular aircraft, but it may be explainable if more data were available. Perhaps it is one of the silent flying triangles that are frequently reported? Thanks to William Puckett UFOS Northwest http://ufosnw.com