|Occurred : 7/3/2015 23:00 (Entered as : 7/3-4/15 11:00)
Reported: 7/6/2015 12:24:45 PM 12:24
Location: Pinellas Park, FL
|3 glowing object sightings within hour, 6 witnesses; FL
These two sightings occurred between July 3-4, 2015), at approx: 10:30 & 11:00-11:30pm, respectively Define location where viewed as Pinellas Park FL (between Park Blvd/82nd Ave and 66th St/49th St) July 3: Three orangy, yellow round lights (orbs? craft?), slightly pulsating, traveling in unison, slightly triangular formation. Located at first sight from our location, due west, just beneath tree line. Moved 'upward' to about 75°, traveled slowly, steadily southward, then seemed to curve back westerly.
Did not travel quickly out of sight as a plane, rather moved away & getting smaller, 2 dimmed a bit and disappeared. Third gave bright flash and disappeared.
These objects appeared to be over about Belcher Rd to Alt 19 and, perhaps, Park Blvd or 54th Ave area (husband's estimation).
These were seen by husband, self and 7 yr old grandson. Visible for approx 2 mins.
July 4: After all local, neighbourhood fireworks ceased (a bit after 11pm), one orangy, yellow light (exactly like ones previous night), appeared...first viewed in NNW @ approx 45°.
Traveled slowly southward; about halfway between N & due W from our location, object veered westward and appeared to ascend somewhat, growing visually smaller. Object continued up to about 80° (?); glowed slightly before ascending further and beyond naked eye view.
About a half hour later, same type of object appeared, only closer to due W from us. Same basic 'flight' pattern as the one a half hr earlier, only more easily seen and tracked.
This object traveled straight S to directly across from our house, still about 45°, veered sharply due W, ascended less steeply even than first. Grew smaller and eventually was unable to be seen.
This object was visible for nearly 2.5 minutes (+/-) and was witnessed by husband, self, son (24), grandson (7), grandson (21) and grandson (25).
At first we were thinking these might be 'flares', but the strict changes in trajectory suggested otherwise.
Would surely like to know what these were.