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Occurred : 10/12/2005 21:00 (Entered as : 10/12/2005 21:00)
Reported: 10/13/2005 9:08:35 AM 09:08
Posted: 10/20/2005
Location: Georgetown, TX
Shape: Changing
Duration:2 hours
((NUFORC Note: We believe that the possibility that the witnesses may have been looking at celestial bodies, and probably twinkling stars, would have to be ruled out, before we could conclude that they were looking at genuine UFO's. PD))


Four objects with red/orange & green flashing lights sighted near Florence/Killeen area in Texas.

My husband observed two sets of red/orange & green lights in the western sky. He became very curious and watched them very closely, when suddenly they started zig-zagging each other.

He ran into the house and yelled for the rest of us to come out, and by the time we got outside the one object that had been zig-zagging around the object farthest west, had moved due north and was stationary there over the next hour and a half to two hours, while the object in the west stayed there during the same time period. We live out in the country, and it is very dark. The sky was very clear, and these objects in no way resembled stars or any other aircraft.

The orange and green lights moved constantly and in varying directions. At times, it appeared that there were "bolts of light" being shot between the orange and green lights. This was visible to the naked eye, but even more so through binoculars. This object moved very little, but over the course of the two hours, it eventually became lower in the sky and appeared to be "landing" somehwere, for lack of a better word. We jokingly mused amongst ourselves that they were landing at Fort Hood, which lies in that direction.

About an hour into our observations, our daughter shreiked "there's another one!" We turned around and saw an object identical to the others, but this one was in the eastern sky.

At that, my son thought it might be a good idea to check the skies all around, and we heard him shout from the back of the property that he saw another one. This one was in the southwestern sky, was much closer, and much brighter than the others. Neither of these objects appeared to be moving at all, but they had the same orange and green lights that appeared to shoot bolts.

We went back to focusing our attention on the first western object because it appeared to be the most "active" one. It was then that we all noticed that it appeared to be "shooting" other smaller objects from it, all just appearing to us as bright lights. These went straight down.

As an aside, I must mention that my husband is a very skeptical man, but he was made a believer last night.