Thursday, August 11, 2011

Unknown craft over Lake Huron

Not necessarily a Ufo but navigational lights reveal reveals its not a common aircraft either. So what were these craft over Lake Huron? Poster said they made no sound as they fly above.

Posters comments:
In advance, sorry about the poor quality video. They were so fast it was difficult to keep up and with no sound it was equally difficult to track them. I first saw these at about 9:30 pm. There were two of them that flew over the lake while I was driving home with groceries. My children all asked what they were and I replied that I didn't know but I would go back later and see if I could find out :).
10:30pm - At the beach with Jimmy - We must have seen 50 of these things. I was able to capture four on video. The first one is actually the last one I captured but I figured I'd give you the best quality recording first. Notice how before I changed positions you can see the blinking lights in the front of it. The three white lights are in the back of it, which you will notice more after I change position.
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Anonymous said...

Me and my girlfriend witnessed several lights in the sky tonight in Grand Rapids while watching the meteor shower. (Ten individual instances over 90 minutes or so) Two of them very obviously changed direction. We watch the sky just about every night and I've never seen anything like these. Related to Obama visit?

Randall said...

I live near a military base in Texas and I see this all the time. So far from what I can tell is that only military planes display the 3 lights like your seeing here in this video. I haven't witnessed any commercial planes display the 3 lights like this. Sometimes I'll see them with the strobes off which can be even more miss leading. Chances are since the strobe lights are activated it's military.

Do I think this explains away all triangle pattern lighted crafts? Not at all. We are still left with a large amount of very mysterious lighted craft flying around in our skies.

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