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Occurred : 7/24/2013 20:00 (Entered as : 07/24/13 18:00)
Reported: 8/12/2013 11:04:36 AM 11:04
Posted: 8/30/2013
Location: Calabarzon (Philippines),
Shape: Formation
3 to 4 faint white lights in a diamond-shaped formation

Time : Approximately 18:00 to 20:30
Location : CALABARZON Region Quezon Province Philippines

At around 8:00 p.m. My brother called me, and asked me to go outside our house and check what our neighbors were looking at the night sky.

The weather’s a bit drizzly that night and slightly cloudy, and the moment I looked up, what I saw was definitely something else.

There were three to four faint white lights in a diamond-formation.

They were near motionless.

They look like short white light beams sticking out of the night sky, like lights coming out of three to four flashlights from a distance and they were all pointed downwards.

They did move a bit, the third and fourth lights swapped positions once or twice.

The most unusual thing however, was the activity we noticed happening in the middle of their diamond formation.

The best description I can give is, it looked as if there were black smoke faintly swirling inside their formation.

The black color it gave was not the same hue of the night sky.

It was really a scary sight honestly.

According to my neighbor, he noticed the lights approximately 6:00 p.m. earlier that evening.

That time he claimed there were four or five of them.

By 8:30 p.m. these lights faintly disappeared, as if they went upwards.

As much as I want to believe that they could’ve been any of the following: - Plane - Helicopter - Sky Divers - Flares - Chinese Lanterns - Kites - Constellation Unfortunately, they weren’t any of these at all.

They couldn’t have been aircrafts because there were no engine sounds.

And no present-day aircraft can hover for nearly 3 hours in the same stationary position.

They couldn’t have been Sky Divers.

Same reason above.

They couldn’t have been flares/Chinese lanterns/kites. None of those can last that long in the air and in that drizzly weather.

Lastly, they couldn’t have been a constellation.

They show minimum movement and they had beams of light sticking out of the sky.

Although we have few witnesses, I did manage to get photos of the incident.

I’ll just forward them and hope your organization may find them useful.

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