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Occurred : 11/10/2012 18:30 (Entered as : 11/10/12 18:30)
Reported: 11/12/2012 6:25:55 PM 18:25
Posted: 11/19/2012
Location: Orlando, FL
Shape: Circle
Duration:20 minutes
I observed about 9 or 10 balls of light going to one central destination

On a sat around 18:30 hrs my friend just happened to walk outside. She was outside for about 3 mins and then she brought something to my attention. She has a puzzled confused look on her face as she pointed up into the night sky and questioned what are those orange reddish glowing balls. I then took a good look and came to a conclusion that they weren’t several things. Such as candles, air planes, dragon fly’s. I knew that they were something odd. I had already had my camera with me at the time and I soon then called my parents out to determine what they were. My dad gazed up into the sky to further examine what they were. At the time all of this was taking place there was a sudden stop of air traffic. I live right by an air port so planes are coming in and out at all hours. I notice that there were only two dots side by side heading towards the clouds going east to west. During this time I soon began to capture everything on camera because I knew you would ha! ve to see it to believe it. And then a swarm of 5 or 6 followed it in the same path after it disappeared. After that 1 more came right along in the same direction I closely examined it through my camera lens and I noticed that the orange light started to dim and right in the center was a orange reddish dot. I took a closer look of the whole thing and I saw a clear 3D outline of what looked like the whole thing. The best way I am can describe them is floating orange jelly fish.

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"Stunning UFO11-10-12 1830hrs Orlando Fl above my house near OIA"


((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))