Friday, June 15, 2012

Strange Flashing UFO Lights Over Anoka, Minnesota 12/6/2012

Posters comments: More strange flashing lights in the sky. Anyone know what the hell these are?!?! I have seen them a few times now. Has anyone else seen these??? Again there is absolutely no noise from the sky...this video is slightly different than the last one I posted. As you will see, they are extremely large flashing lights all over the sky. I am 20 minutes North of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I saw flashing lights like that last night when driving into work around 10:45pm on 07/25/2012. I was driving westbound on 36 towards 35E and saw them W/NW.

Anonymous said...

We are seeing them right now at 10:45pm on 8/5/2012. located sw of metro and they are off to the north northwest. what the heck is it?

Anonymous said...

for many nights I have seen a strange light flashing across the sky. Sometimes from east to west sometimes from south to north and have even seen them going from north east to south. What had caught my eye the first time was I was smoking a cig on my front step resting my arms on the hand rail looking down and in the reflection in my glasses I saw a bright light and wondered what the heck that was, looked around and there was no cars and the neighbors lights were off so I looked up. It was like a camera flash high up. It would flash then move like an airplane but much slower. I started to think these are predator drones. Absolutely no sound at all. Seen these so many times over the summer since when I described the first one catch my attention. I've been looking recently and they seem to no be out anymore for now.

Anonymous said...

i seen a flash of light in the sky only once, it was late night and me and my ma were driving to pick up my sisters from the bar in owen sound ONT. it was about 2am and was a clear night the stars were in the sky and some clouds i could see from the moon. then the whole sky lit up like it was day only for 1 or 2 sec i could see as far as day i seen across the field to the trees.

Anonymous said...

Lightning bugs duh!!!