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Occurred : 9/3/2003 23:30 (Entered as : 09032003 1130)
Reported: 9/4/2003 7:25:11 PM 19:25
Posted: 9/9/2003
Location: Arlington, TX
Shape: Light
Duration:45 sec-1 min.
Bright Red lights hovering and then falling to the ground one by one

My husband and I were outside, and I looked up in the sky as I always do. We were talking and we both stopped and said "Oh my Gosh!" We couldn't believe what we were seeing!! There was two incredibly bright red lights coming from the north and what stopped us in our conversation was that first they were incredibly bright and red and they were flying too weirdly together... At first they flew side by side and then they just kind of stopped. One kind of back-tracked a bit and that's when I really couldn't believe what I was seeing! One of the bright red lights just kind of lowered and then fell straight down. Then the other seemed to stay there for a second and then it also fell straight down.. We couldn't believe what we were seeing.. I didn't want to move 'cause I tought I would miss something and we were afraid that if we went inside to go and get a camera or binoculars or anything to see it closer that we would miss something. But it was over before either of us could do anything.. He went back inside and I was facinated by what I had saw. I have never in my life seen anything like this before and neither has he... I heard sirens later and we saw smoke.. So we went to investigate.. It was near I-20 and it was a trailer house that was totally engulfed in flames. It was right about where we saw the lights go down.. It was around 12:45 am and there was over 5 fire trucks trying to put out the fire. I drove by it today and it was rubbles.. I figure if it was from the lights, that maybe there would have been an investigation? I know if we saw them someone else had to of seen the lights too.. Anyhow.. It was an amazing experience and I will never forget it.