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Occurred : 3/19/2016 06:30 (Entered as : 03/19/16 06:30)
Reported: 3/30/2016 9:20:09 AM 09:20
Posted: 4/1/2016
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Shape: Changing
Duration:32 minutes
Thin light accompanied with 2 orange orbs,Colorado Springs, CO.

Saturday, March 19th, 2016, and a pre-dawn sky.

After backing up my van, facing east, I sat back awaiting the sunrise. The time is 0630am. In front of me, the skies were alight with hues of orange, pink, and purple colors. A white color was also present, which I thought to be a cloud that had not colored yet. My glance continued northward, to see the glorious display of the morning colors manifesting themselves. Again my eyes returned to the sky in front of me and the “white” light had not moved or changed color. It resembled the top half of a hamburger bun.

I said to myself “I’m going to watch you to see what happens”, when no sooner said, the” white” light started to COMPRESS itself, to flatten out to look like a thin, straight “light-line”. I couldn’t believe my eyes as I was engrossed and marveled at this happening!!!!!!! Now it started to move northward very slowly and from underneath, simultaneously appeared two(2) orbs, from white to glowing orange (2 mini suns came to mind), back to white and faded again simultaneously, all the while the “light-line” object travelled northward. It stopped and hovered for about a minute before starting to move back across the same flight path, southerly, passing it’s original point of sight, then stopping and hovering once again. The sun had just broken the day, when I averted my eyes to see momentarily, and when I looked back, it was gone. The location: Bear Creek Park, Co. Spgs., CO. 80905 Total time of sighting was 32 minutes. Guess estimate of distance to be 25-30 miles. Using my left index finger, a foot away from my face, the “light-line” measured a” knuckle” inch.

The location is also home to Peterson AFB, Schriever AFB and Co. Springs airport