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Occurred : 3/21/2005 21:00 (Entered as : 03/21/2005 21:00)
Reported: 3/22/2005 9:41:14 AM 09:41
Posted: 5/11/2005
Location: Kokomo, IN
Shape: Fireball
Duration:45 minutes
Odd Orangeish lights.

Wile heading home last night with a friend I saw a object to the NW that at first looked somewhat like a normal plane but was not flashing at all & had a distincitve orange hue in color. Suddenley another light just like it appeared below it & the first light slowley dimmed out than re appeared, than a third lit up below them, before fading out one by one going from center, top,than bottom. The lights lasted for mabey a minute to a minute & a half. This is the second time I have witnessed an event like this & it really has my curisioty going now. I had posted to this sight the last time I saw lights like this but have not seen the report posted yet.

Anyway after getting home I stood outside for awhile & witnessed several more lights again with my friend & my wife. The first I had seen started with a single light in the NW than one to the W than three more in between them spaced a good distance appart, I would guess a couple miles or more. Each light dimmed out(dont recall the exact order)one by one until they were all gone, than two in the center re appeared shortley, followed by the first one in the NW for a couple seconds before they all faded out. These lasted for around two minutes. We all stood waching for about another 15 minutes & witnessed three more single lights through the W & NW sky, all acting the same. They would light up than slowley dim out & usualy re light for just a second or two before dimming out again.

We also noticed there was quite a few normall aircraft flying around, most of them were noticed directley above us or to the East with a couple coming from the NW & heading & all heading North. Or from where we are, heading directley in the direction of Grissom Air Force Base. No (normal) planes were noticed around the lights or where they were seen.