|Occurred : 6/11/2007 00:43 (Entered as : 06/11/07 00:43)
Reported: 6/11/2007 1:32:19 AM 01:32
Location: Seattle, WA
|Flashes of light south of Burien, WA.
A bright orange, almost white, flash of light that continued for approximitely 10 minutes, flashed for about 5 seconds, stopped, and sometimes fainted away, for about 50 seconds before resuming flash again.
The object was south of Burien, WA. The object was increasingly more bright with each flash after about 8 minutes before slowly dying out and then stopping. For the next couple of minutes it slowly flashed every 3 or so minutes, and then stopped at about 1:10AM Pacific time. The shape was an egg. It was a little longer than wide. They moved slowly across the sky extremely slowly (if at all). There was 1, possibly 2 or 3. But there was 1 for sure, other smaller flashes were close to the brightest object that flashed. It was not very high in the sky. The flash was distant. It was a very big flash. First I thought it was a plane, but the flash was too big and too bright to be a plane.