|Occurred : 3/27/2010 21:45 (Entered as : 27 march 21.45)
Reported: 3/27/2010 3:51:42 PM 15:51
Location: London (UK/England),
|Three fiery-orange globes at regular intervals moving low across the sky against the wind,
London above postal code area N8, Haringey north London. Saw a fiery-orange globe move in a straight line in a south westerly direction. The angle was about 45 degrees across my line of sight. I was facing west. The globe was followed about 30-45 seconds later by another moving along the same track and then 30-45 seconds later a third followed also on the same track. It was hard to judge the speed, size and height. The globes appeared to be about 200ft off the ground. The speed seemed slow, but as they went further away the speed appeared to increase. If anything I would have guessed they were small, hot-air lanterns being blown along. However the movement was very deliberate and all three globes moved in exactly the same way, without deviation. There was not much wind about but a check of the meteorological report for the area indicates prevailing winds in a North Easterly direction. Two other people, out walking dogs saw and discussed the objects! with me.