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Occurred : 6/4/2016 20:00 (Entered as : 06/04/2016 20:00)
Reported: 6/5/2016 9:13:51 AM 09:13
Posted: 6/10/2016
Location: Boise, ID
Shape: Unknown
Duration:20 minutes
Three black objects spotted rising south into the evening sky.

Myself, and at least ten other witnesses, observed one large, amorphous-shaped, ufo and two smaller objects slowly rising into the evening sky. They were first seen rising over the top of the house myself and the other observers were gathered at. We were all positioned in the backyard, looking to the south.

One person pointed them out, then everyone watched for what was ultimately about 20 minutes. The objects appeared to be completely black, though the large one had what looked to be lighting of some kind on one side, but it was difficult to say definitively, as they were quite a distance away when this was noticed by one observer.

Nobody filmed them, though I don't know if it would have mattered anyway - on footage they would have just looked like black specs. The movements of the craft were strange. They didn't float away like a balloon, but rather they appeared to rise in a slow, deliberate manner, in a fixed direction to the south, with their distance increasing simultaneously with their height.

There was no sound associated with the craft that we noticed. At first there were two smaller objects, one positioned somewhat close below, and the other just below the that. The third, lowest of the three, seemed to move off to the East, and was quickly lost sight of.

The other two, however, remained in view of myself and the other witness for quite some time. The craft stayed the same distance from each other for the duration of their movements, and never seemed to deviate.

Eventually the objects rose so high that it was not possible to see them anymore, and everyone went back to what they were doing.

It was really bizarre, and I would love to know if anyone else saw them, because at one point they had to have been very close to the ground if they were continuously rising in the manner we first saw them.