|Occurred : 2/27/2014 06:02 (Entered as : 2/27/14 06:02)
Reported: 2/28/2014 9:04:53 PM 21:04
Location: Albert Lea, MN
|I observed two very bright lights in the western sky. They were at a diagonal from each other with the right light being slightly lower. The angle reminded me of Orion's belt, but without the center star. There were some stars also visible at the time, but they were much dimmer. The two bright lights looked more like planets than stars. They were at approximately a 35-40 degree angle from the ground. As I continued look at the lights for 10-15 seconds, they did not move, flicker, flash, or change in any way. They then faded away and were completely gone within 5 seconds. The stars that were visible could still be seen.
((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))