|Occurred : 6/9/2011 23:50 (Entered as : 06/09/2011 23:50)
Reported: 6/9/2011 10:25:15 PM 22:25
Location: North Aurora, IL
|Two lights in north aurora, white to yellow to orange in color, slow in movment
I was driving back from Yorkville coming down oak street turning off of Orchard road heading toward North Aurora. As I was driving down North Aurora, I quickly saw two lights which I have spotted weeks before in Montgomery/Oswego, and on another occasion right outside of Yorkville.
I have seen these lights for a total of about three times, two of which are the exact same lights/craft and motioned the same...two different locations, the first sighting was in Yorkville about three weeks ago where I saw two lights in the sky. It started with one light, than another from a very far distance moved in a strange arc toward the other later to "align", shortly after "aligning" one will go out or disappear only to reappear somewhere else. This happened three weeks ago in Yorkville.
Today, 9 June 2011 I have spotted the same exact lights and the "crafts" put on the same light show. The only difference, is that this time I had a witness, my close roommate.
I quickly called them out to view what I had been seeing; to my luck, I was able to show them too my roommate before they disappeared.
What I saw tonight exactly:
1) Two lights of the same luminosity both hovering and stationary but occasionally moving slow from one direction to another.
2) The colors change from white, yellow or almost a "burning orange", it also seems that the colors and light changes, sometimes they look very distant and faint only to out of no where become very bright again.
3) I saw the lights on 9 June 2011 in North Aurora, however, I saw these same lights three weeks ago outside Yorkville.
4) Two weeks ago I saw a "fireball" craft, almost the exact same craft found in the most recent "Oswego UFO sighting", the report can be found easily on google. (An excerpt from the article: "It appeared to be a ball of fire falling toward earth at a 45-degree angle. Suddenly, he says, the flame extinguished and the trail of smoke changed direction, rising to a 30-degree angle..." What was interesting is that it did look similar to the lights, but it was extremely close...I could see what seemed like a "flame" but not a flame from any fire I have seen.
All in all, it appears this same report has been made about five days ago. I want to know more.