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Occurred : 7/23/2017 20:05 (Entered as : 07/23/2017 20:05)
Reported: 7/24/2017 9:53:05 AM 09:53
Posted: 7/27/2017
Location: Tulsa, OK
Shape: Sphere
Duration:7 minutes
Two fast moving green and silver orbs pass over Tulsa, Oklahoma.

I am a 52-year-old researcher/data collection specialist. I was sitting with my 78-year-old mother and 13 year old son on our back porch.

I was looking to the southeast and two green glowing orbs appeared from behind a neighbor’s roofline. From my prospective, they appeared to be glowing green orbs with a barely noticeable silver edge around one edge of the green glowing circle; as if a sliver of the side of the object was observable. The silver part seemed solid like it was metal.

It is clear that they were several miles away. They were also very high up. It was a hot hazy day with hazy clouds high in the sky. The objects were clearly observed being obscured by the clouds at times. The two orbs stayed the same distance from each other throughout the observation. They moved much quicker than an airplane but the movement was steady; not jerking around like perhaps a laser pointer might look.

The orbs were heading towards us and the closer they got, the more obvious the details became. It also was more obvious that the objects were very high up. Once overhead, my perception was that they were not very big, maybe the size of a car. At no time did we hear any sound coming from them.

A middle aged couple was out for a walk and noticed my family looking at the sky. They turned around and I asked them to look for the lights. They saw them too. We all stood and watched the lights move quickly but steadily towards us and over the house until we could not see them anymore. My son said that right before they disappeared from our view, they circled each other. This is the only observation that they broke the formation that we observed throughout. My son is the only one who saw them circle each other.