|Occurred : 4/21/2013 21:00 (Entered as : 04/21/13 21:00)
Reported: 10/13/2013 12:33:29 PM 12:33
Location: Clinton Township, MI
|2 Crafts Spotted Over Macomb County, MI, in April, 2013
My son was looking outside to the south around 9-9:15pm, on a Sunday night and he spotted a relatively large orange orb that was blinking. He called to me to come check it out and I did. We went outside of my home and looked south (approximately 5-10 miles away from us) at this object. This orb was orange ( about the size of an aspirin in a distance comparison) and also pulsating a faint white light while it stayed stationary about 10,000 to 15,000 feet in the sky. It wasn't nearly as high as a passenger jet would fly, but higher than a helicopter or small airplane would fly. It was definitely bigger than a helicopter or small plane.
There was no sound at all from this craft and while it mainly stayed put, it would move towards the north, periodically. As I watched this craft for approximately 3-4 mins, I noticed to the southwest of it was another orange orb that was pulsating. No white light coming from it, but it was blinking and heading directly to the other craft. It was smaller (about half or a quarter of the size of the 1st craft I saw) and as it came to the larger craft at a fast rate of speed, I thought it was going to crash right into the bigger craft. It stopped abruptly and hovered near it, both crafts blinking and now the pattern of the light pulses changed. Almost like they were communicating messages.
After about 5 mins, the smaller craft moved more north of the stationary craft and then (almost in a reverse move) came back to the larger stationary craft. Again, pulsating orange and white lights from the bigger craft and just orange pulsating lights from the 2nd smaller craft.
Next thing I noticed was both crafts appeared to be heading north at a slow but steady speed. All of a sudden, the smaller craft shot straight out to the west at a high rate of speed. I could see it made a huge distance from the larger craft in just 3-5 seconds. Nothing made on this planet could change directions that fast and then cover a huge distance. Many, many miles of distance.
I was able to see the smaller craft for awhile, as the entire west sky had no obstructions. I watched as much of it as I could, periodically checking to see where the 1st larger craft was and shifted my vision back to the smaller craft (still heading due west). It was only then the light faded out on the small craft, that I couldn't see it any longer and I immediately set my sights on the large craft. It had moved to the north a bit more and wasn't going very fast. Lights were still orange and white...still pulsating.
Around 20 mins or so, I decided that I needed to head back indoors and that is the last time I saw this craft. My son and I did not feel anything except for excitement and awe. Only wished I had my camera working. This isn't the first time I have experienced looking at an unidentified object near my area.