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|National UFO Reporting Center Sighting Report|
|Occurred : 10/20/2020 21:30 (Entered as : 10/20/2020 21:30)
Reported: 10/21/2020 10:59:23 AM 10:59
Location: Pasadena, CA
Duration: >5 minutes
Characteristics: There were lights on the object, There was an aura or haze around the object
|4 orange sphere's over north Los Angeles basin
I work on the corner of Lake Avenue and Cordova in Pasadena, CA. I left work last night about 21:30 and headed North on Lake Avenue to the 210 Freeway entrance. As I neared last stoplight on Lake where the freeway entrance is to go East, I saw a man on the edge of the sidewalk to the right of me (300 block of N. Lake Ave.) with his right arm outstretched toward the West sky, his palm was open. I looked up to the left and saw a group of four round orange lights in a quasi-diamond shape. The lights seemed to be moving slowly and I could tell they were moving in my direction from the west to the east. The lights were definitely unlike anything I have ever seen.
The stoplight turned green and I normally would get on the 210 freeway to go East. Instead, I turned right on a frontage street called Corson and pulled over to look at the lights. Once I stopped, I could see the lights were still moving in my direction but now two of the lights separated from the other two and went straight up then disappeared.
I grabbed my cell phone and took a short video capturing the two remaining lights in the center of the screen. Visually, the two lights looked like they weren’t moving anymore, like they were hovering. I then realized I was parked in a red zone on the side of a street in a not safe place (homeless people, dark area) so I got in my car and headed home, getting on the freeway at the next entrance which is Hill Ave. When I got home, which is about 17 miles east of where I started, I could not see any lights and do not know what happened to them.
At home, I watched the short video and noticed the beginning of the video captured the second of the two lights that went straight up and disappeared.