|Occurred : 5/25/2014 22:27 (Entered as : 05/25/14 22:27)
Reported: 5/25/2014 8:50:45 PM 20:50
Location: Warren, MI
|3 bright flickering lights travel across sky south to north
Sunday, 05/25/2014, 22:27-22:30 EDT. Warren, MI.
Three very bright lights go by overhead, one at a time. My 2 dogs were barking to go outside, so I slid open the patio door and let them out, and saw a single bright light through the tree's to the south.
At first I thought it was fireworks because some people were celebrating Memorial Day, but as it continued in a straight line from south to north and got past the tree, it did not act like a firework. It moved smoothly in a straight line, much like the space station does, and appeared to be very high up, but that is just a guess because I have no reference point.
I could see no structure, just a very bright light. Brighter than Venus. More like a magnesium flare type of brightness. So bright the I saw prominent spikes of light from the central bright dot of light. It was a pale orange, yellow in color, and flickered like a candle flame, from so bright that it looked like spikes coming out of it, to so dim it looked like a fading ember of coal.
As I watched it fade out to the north, I notice 2 more coming along the exact same path from the south. They were spaced about 8 full moons apart, and repeated across the sky in the same manner as the first.
At first I was scared, but when they did not seem to alter their path in any way, did not stop, just kept going on their way, I was excited, but did not want to leave the scene to get my camera, because by the time I found it and came back out, it would be gone.