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Occurred : 5/25/2002 23:00 (Entered as : 5/25/02 23:00)
Reported: 5/28/2002 9:07:27 AM 09:07
Posted: 3/11/2003
Location: Lake Isabella, CA
Shape: Light
Duration:40+minutes
4 pinpoint lights in the sky that looked like satellites but exhibited unusual movements not characteristic with satellites.

4 lights shapped like stars. 3 yellow with 1 in the middle that was bright blue and blinking fast. They moved in perfect formation spread accross the sky starting from the East and moving West. They were spread out starting from the left -- yellow, yellow, bright blue, yellow. Between the first yellow one, to the second yellow one was a far distance, but the distance between the second yellow one and the bright blue one was less, and then there was the same distance between the bright blue one and the last yellow one. They made small to large movements -- some slow, some very fast. Sometimes they would make fast changes in direction. I couldn't believe my eyes. Its exactly as I had read and seen in descriptions. Lake Isabella is surrounded by mountains and near Edwards air force base. I don't have any "real" credentials other than that I'm a software engineer working in SV. I just happended to be at the right place, at the right time and something happended that I never thought would -- at least not in my life-time -- glad it did though, it settled a lot of skepticism that I had.

note: the above was experienced and typed by a co-worker who wants to remain annonymous. An additional comment on what he told me was that the lights also made fast loops and sometimes slow loops. All movements were all in perfect unison with the others. The blue light was a piercing bright strobe.

((NUFORC Note: Our first guess would have been that the witness might have been looking at advertising lights, but the difference in colors, and the bright blue light, seem to rule out that possibility. We do not know what the witness observed. PD))