|Occurred : 10/30/2005 22:00 (Entered as : 10/30/05 22:00)
Reported: 10/30/2005 9:14:30 PM 21:14
Location: Litchfield, CT
|Orange lights form triangular patterns and move and rotate in unicen
After my brother had reported seeing strange orange flickering lights in the sky performing maneuvers that defy our laws of physics and gravity, I, along with some friends of mine and my father and uncle drove up to the restaurant that my brother works at. This is where the sightings took place, and apparently have been taking place for several weeks now.
While standing on a large hill overlooking a wide open golf course, we witnessed at least 3 at any given time, orange bright lights that almost looked like planets, that twinkled at times and flickered erratically at other times. The lights would rise up slowly from the horizon, and then the light would go out and be replaced by a fast blinking red and white light.
At first we thought of an airplane, but then when the lights began moving from side to side up and down and in zig zag patterns, we knew that any aircraft in existance could not perform manuevers like we witnessed. We also witnessed the 3 lights forming triangular patterns (perfect ones i might add) and this triangle moved in unicen and at times seemed to rotate on an axis.
We also saw an unbelievably bright blue streak that almost looked like a commet streaking through the atmosphere but the width of the two "tales" was too wide to be a commet. Between the tales were blue streaks and it moved very quickly over our heads and disappeared without a sound.
We have been coming to this location almost every night and it seems as if the activity continues, but the lights get farther and farther away each time. When my brother initially spotted these lights they were the size of a silver dollar in the sky, but have since become slightly bigger than a star and orange in color.
The objects can be seen only in a wide open area that is at a high altitude along route 63 in litchfield ct. Objects seem to rise and fall below horizon line so its important to view the skyline from as high as possible.