|Occurred : 4/1/2015 21:15 (Entered as : 04/01/2015 21:15)
Reported: 4/4/2015 8:52:10 AM 08:52
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
|Unknown lights chased by 2 helicopters disappear in the night sky on April 1st.
I was standing outside in my back yard listening to loud music in my headphones when I heard a vibration. I removed my headphones to get a better grasp on the location and looked and saw 2 helicopters of unknown color flying super low with only marker lights on. In front of the helicopters were 2 detached glowing lights of no particular origin. The lights were being followed at a fast past by the choppers, and when my vision became obstructed, I lost one of the lights. By this time, because of the low altitude, I could feel the vibrations from the choppers propellers and hear the loud engines of the choppers but could not hear any noise from the lights. As I watched the other light, unblinking by this time because of my suspicions, the light vanished into thin air, leaving the choppers to chase a wild goose.
The other witness is someone I met in the direction the lights were going. I walked up the street and saw police on the block, so I asked if they saw th! e choppers. They said yes. I asked if they had seen what the choppers were following, and they said no, so I told them my story, which they proceeded to laugh at because of the date and the insaneness of the story. A little further up the road, I saw a group of people standing so I asked them the same questions. Immediately after the second question, one man said, "Yes, the light! It just vanished!" He hadn't wanted to say anything about it to the others because he feared he would sound crazy. Apparently, he caught it after the first had already disappeared because he told me he had only seen one light.
Other people acknowledge only the low flying helicopters like the police did because they only heard the noises and felt vibrations from the choppers. I'm reporting this here because I know I'm not crazy.
I love space, I follow NASA, and I know the difference between a satellite and an airplane. The lights I saw were not attached to the choppers, and if they were so! meone would have heard a bang when they fell off, being a resi! dential neighborhood near a busy street. It is because of this fact that I thought more people would see it, but it was only myself and the other gent.