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Occurred : 2/2/2000 19:33 (Entered as : 2/2/2000 19:33, 19:37, 19:39, 20:1)
Reported: 2/2/2000 09:46
Posted: 3/21/2003
Location: Bouse, AZ
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Duration:Each a few seconds
Driving through Plomosa Pass towards Bouse Looking NE towards Prescott about 60 degrees up from horizon myself,husband and daughter witnessed three unexplained sightings of bright Amber lights. First sighting 5 extremely bright Amber lights in a row appeared then disappeared. A few seconds later, one bright amber light then out in same spot all at 19:33. 2nd sighting at 19:37 still driving down the pass, when two Bright Amber lights appeared alittle further from first sighting. Went out. Third sighting was at 19:39, same general area ...two bright Amber lights appeared. When home, contacted Peter by phone..when daughter came in and reported seeing another such light at 20:10.

While driving home from Quartzsite through Plomosa Pass towards Bouse Arizona, my husband, daughter and I witnessed three sightings of extremely bright Amber lights appearring in the NE sky towards Prescott at about 60 degrees up from horizon. No Moon, no clouds extremely clear night sky. First sighting was at 19:33, my husband and daughter saw the first set of 5 appear and I saw them just as they were disappearing. A few seconds later,in same area, one bright amber light appearred in the same place. We were between Milepost 13&14 on Plomosa Rd when this happened. At 19:37 at Milepost 16, two amber lights appeared then disappeared about in the same area. Just as we turned onto Joshua Rd off Plomosa....a third set of lights appeared at 19:39, this time 2. When we got home in Bouse, I called Peter to make the report when my daughter came in from outside and reported seeing one more appear in the NE towards Prescott at 20:10. At no time did these move in a downward motion as if flares or change color. We could see flashing lights from aircraft all over but our area is well within several commerical flightpaths and the closest military base is the Marine Corps Airbase in Yuma. Nothing looked like it was chasing these lights as far as we could tell.