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Occurred : 11/13/2015 22:30 (Entered as : 11/13/15 22:30)
Reported: 11/14/2015 12:13:16 AM 00:13
Posted: 11/19/2015
Location: ,
My boyfriend and I were sitting in our car around 10:30 pm near 42nd and Grover. I noticed in the sky a craft that was moving really really slowly coming West. Didn't mind it but I guess I have real good vision for distances because at the most 5 mins pass by when I take notice another just like it in a straight line behind the other one, but a good mile or so apart. It was really far away from me but what I saw was triangular shape with red light and blinking white lights.

As soon as I was starting to get a good look finally of the second one I started to notice a third one coming farther away on track again in that line! Minutes after, when the first one was almost faint, you could still see the lights flashing on the second, I saw two more, yes, TWO more coming up but the fifth one was not in formation it came up on the right side of the fourth and was proceeding to the route. I didn't know what they were but I don't think commercial airlines because, that was too many in such close range. And when we were standing outside our car to come inside our home weirded out we saw another one in the afar in that line once again. We went inside our home. Not sure of what it was or was happening we just let it go and didn't talk about it.

Around 1:30 am we went back outside to our car and when we were out there I was stunned to see an unknown craft but this time in the opposite direction. We looked at each other with a frightened smirky smile and said not again. We were heading towards the steps at that moment I saw behind him in the sky out of nowhere, a fireball that looked like it fell down. And disappeared in mid air. I was freaked. He did not believe me. There was no shadow or smoke or sound. Omg.

((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))