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Occurred : 7/14/2014 01:00 (Entered as : 07/14/14 1:00)
Reported: 7/13/2014 10:38:50 PM 22:38
Posted: 7/20/2014
Location: Norwalk, OH
Shape: Sphere
Duration:Several minutes
4 glowing red orbs over north central ohio, first one, then a pair in formation, followed by one again.

I was sitting on my back porch, using my tablet, when I saw a single glowing (red) orb cross the sky, traveling from the north west heading south east. I have seen red orbs like this once before, and suspected it might be a ufo, but was unprepared the first time.

When the first orb appeared, I watched it dumbfounded for a minute, to see the same object again, then got my wits and went into the house to get my digital camera. I only caught a smidgen of the first object.

Then a few minutes later, TWO identical orbs, both glowing red, followed the EXACT same flight path, in the EXACT same direction, at the EXACT same speed. I got the two in formation recorded, only the first few seconds of it were in focus but they are discerable. I didn't have the foresight to have the camera on manual focus and as I zoomed in, it drifted out of focus.

Not long after the pair of orbs vanished, a FOURTH came into view, once again, EXACT same flight path as the previous 3. I have a much better video of the last orb. In it, I have the entire flight, from where it first became visible, to when it went beyond where I could see.

I have both close zoom and I also pulled back to include the moon in the shot, to provide scale for distance and speed.

All four objects were totally silent, I heard no aircraft sounds whatsoever, saw no blinking marker lights, only the red glow.

I believe because of location and time, as well as other physical characteristics of the event, that I was not seeing sunlight reflecting from airplanes.

The light was constant and consistend for the entire event, never waxing or waning, never changing in intensity as a reflection would.

Also, these objects should have been flying through the shadow of the earth, as shown given the time and lunar illumination.