Monday, December 26, 2011

Bright Orange Lights Seen Over West Kendall Miami Florida

December 24, 2011
Time:  Approx: 11:50 p.m.
Hello! My name is (name removed) in December 24, about 11:50 p.m. returning home from a Christmas party with my wife, and traveling north on 142nd Ave as we approached 106 St., my wife first notice lights in the sky.
As I looked up, I saw many lights about a mile away. The lights were traveling very slow, (about 25 miles an hour) because I live in the area for many years, I knew were to go to take a better look. So I made a left turn on 106 St. and I stopped at the curb in front of my sister's house.
I got out of the car, and sure enough, we had a better view of the lights in the sky. Looking towards the north, first we saw "about" 15 lights from our point of view. They were about a mile away (Or by Kendall Dr.) they appeared to be round and glowing with an orange palpitating pulse.
They appeared to be about to 2 to 3 feet in diameter. I calculated because of the distance they must had been about 50' in diameter give or take. At first we saw 3 lights that formed a triangle, followed by about 15 more lights. It took them about two to three minutes traveling west toward Khrome Ave, then they made a turn towards the north and disappeared in the dark of the night.
We waited about five minutes, and went home to (address removed) to a col-de-sec at that time and I called to one of my sons to come out of my house and look. Three more lights came traveling the same direction (west).
We took pictures with the phone. The pictures show the house where we first stopped and on top of the house many points of lights in the sky, not really showing what we saw.
What was it? We do not know; but it was complete different than any air plane, helicopter, meteorite, or anything else that I ever seen in the sky's.
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