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Occurred : 4/11/1999 03:15 (Entered as : 04/11/99 03:15AM)
Reported: 4/11/1999 17:53
Posted: 3/11/2003
Location: Huntington Beach, CA
Shape: Other
Duration:1+ Hrs
14 Lights lined up at approximately a 45 degree angle High point left to low point right, 7 bright white lights made up the upper \ shape, and 7 dimmer and smaller red lights made up the bottem half of this \ pattern on the horizon..

14 Lights lined up at approximately a 45 degree angle High point left to low point right, 7 bright white lights made up the upper \ shape, and 7 dimmer and smaller red lights made up the bottem half of this \ pattern on the horizon.. The size of the lights were compared easily to larger, brighter, stars that were seen in between the clouds at the same time. Each light, seemed to gyrate in circular patterns but never as much as to leave the formation of \ Again, I am just using \ as the formation of these lights in the lower horizon. The whole "Line" of lights would move very slowly, keeping shape, but changing the degree of angle, toward the ground and back up again.. These movements were very slow and only seen by using a reference point to analyze small changes.. The approximate time duration was unknown; I got home at about 2:30 and got ready for bed.. I went out to smoke one last cig and notice 3 lights that I thought were 3 planets lining up instead of the two, (venus and mars), that I've known about to happen.. I then moved to a better clearing / Angle, and realized the above.. I was very tired that night and was only able to watch for about 1 Hr, 4:20am, Which I HAD to go to bed.. I wish I would have waited now, for some people that are close to me won't even believe me.. * << 7 star like lights made up the top half, and 7 dimmer red lights made up the bottem half of this unitentified object.. Oh yes, another thing that was unusual was a blip-blip sound that kept repeating it'self on a strange note. * * *