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Occurred : 11/22/2012 19:15 (Entered as : 11/22/12 19:15)
Reported: 11/23/2012 10:50:43 AM 10:50
Posted: 12/20/2012
Location: Sandy, UT
Shape: Other
Duration:10 minutes
4 orange and 1 red orb filmed assending one at a time and taking off over mtn in Utah.

Driving home from turkey dinner, I noticed the first and imeadiatly pulled into a vacent lot to view. I exited my car and my friend stayed in. Immediatley I pulled my phone for video. The first orb was fading in the distance by then. A second orb rose over the trees and asccended over the ridge. And as it fadded, another apearred due east of us and lifted from the base of the mountain, ascending about 5000 feet as it cleared the sw ridge of Lone peak and took off SE towards Heaber or Mt Timpanogoos. The pattern repeated, one took off out of sight, another would start up from the mtn base. the last one was red and appeared before its predacessor took off out of sight. About 50 cars passed us, one pulled over to watch and question us.

The weather was very calm, 95% clarity, less than .25 mph from north and cooling rapidly. Objects assenended appx. 5000ft verticle and 3 miles distance before accelerating away in less than 2 minutes. Objects were very luminous, apearing to light up snow on the mtn as they passed over (500 ft above). We heard no sound from them. They apeared to bounce and shimmer and change direction some as they assended. Possibly spinning cuboids on an axis? Brassy orange with purple blue shard/fingers of light flashing offand forming an aparent auroa. They did not apear to come from the exact same. Location, but started from w/in 1/4 mile of each other and followed simmillar but not exact path/speed. The last was very red, brighter and moved faster than the orange ones. My friend saw them as humanoid in form and concures with my observation otherwise. The objects were appx 1 mile from my location when they lifted from the toe of the mtn.