On 19 Dec 2009 at 11:40am Gary Payne wrote:
last Saturday night 12th of December 2009, i was driving back from colchester to Tiptree, Essex. I thought i'd see a really bright orange light in the sky, so i pulled over and got out of my car...
I couldn't see anything, so i turned to get back into my car, when two orange lights seem to appear from nowhere, they where very fast at first "like fireworks or flares" then these two orange lights slowed down and seemed to almost stop.
then they changed/swapped places, now the one closest to me stopped/hovered, the other light sped away and seem to vanish, i'm stood there opened mouthed at this point, then from nowhere another orange light appears, same as before v/fast then slowed down, almost stopping.
then sped up passed the hovering light that was still there. then another - acting the same way as the light before it!
this carried on until five lights had passed the hovering light, then very slowly the stationary orange light dimmed until i could no longer see it.
these lights maybe passed me at around 6/700ft, they where a dull orange colour, as they approched me, as they flow pass and as they flew away.
basically no change in colour, no other lights "like you'd see on a helicopter or plane" and completly silent, it was a clear night, no wind. i just blown away by what i seen..
i've seen chinese lantens before & as part of my job i spend alot of time at different airports so i know they where not planes or helicopters, so if anyone out there can help me find out that would be really good.
there seem to be alot of people who think these thing are chinese lanten, i say to those poeple, your wrong, just google "orange light in the sky" 722.000 results and to be honest if you get to see these light they will blow you away.....
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On 19 Dec 2009 at 12:43pm Tesco wrote:
There are reports of people receiving xmas cards with images of strange orange headed kids on them.
On 19 Dec 2009 at 1:04pm Sam Spam wrote:
i've seen a house-fly!
On 19 Dec 2009 at 1:13pm TDA wrote:
What ARE those things
On 19 Dec 2009 at 8:51pm Fruitfly wrote:
All I wanted for Christmas was a new "Orange Light" thread,this has made my day,thankyou Santa
On 20 Dec 2009 at 12:48am Spinster Of This Parish wrote:
Uri Geller posting again eh?
On 2 Jan 2010 at 2:08am John Woolley wrote:
About 10 minutes after midnight on the turning of 2010 we were watching fireworks outside then looked to the left and saw orange lights floating from north to south! looked like they were glowing, my mate saw them 1st and told us we didnt believe him till we saw them ourselves! I live in herts and they were all going south in total there was about 14 of them. They werent moving quick enough 4 a shower and some of them just dissapeared and changed directions but all followed the same course south! Very weird and was completely gob smacked as never thought of anything like that before! Thanks.
On 4 Jan 2010 at 11:49pm blizzard drago wrote:
I also saw orange lights in the sky. 03/01/2010. They both came from the North and disappeared into a cloudless sky. This was in Royton, Lancashire. The time would be around 7-7.30 PM.
On 5 Jan 2010 at 4:44am SAR wrote:
It may be all coincidence but I think these orange lights are connected to Tsunamis. I watched a documentary on the 2004 Tsunami and there was video file footage evidence of exactly the same orange lights people are reporting on here the night before the Tsunami struck.
On 22 Jan 2010 at 8:30am faizan khan wrote:
This was probably because of the United States experimenting with their HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) system in Alaska.It is stated by the inventor, Dr. Bernard Eastlund, that it can change climate and move clouds and cause earth quakes. People in Indonesia claimed and visually documented seeing aurora borealis type lights in the sky the night before the tsunami when naturally it CANNOT occur in that part of the earth. The same claims were made by earthquake victims in China last year.