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UFO sightings continue to be reported during this winter from all across the world. Although many have been dismissed as hoaxes, many more still remain unexplained mysteries. The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) has had a more active than usual past few months of unexplained lights in the sky and other UFO type sightings.
In the middle of March, there were numerous reports of lights over night skies across the United States. In two separate California events, witnesses filed reports for red-orange lights in the sky on March 8 and March 9. “We look up after last night’s sighting and see a reddish orange light moving across sky – too slow to be a plane or satellite – in the southern view of the sky,” the reporting witness stated. “It came from the west above the ocean and headed east.”
Another witness reported that in Golden Valley, Arizona, there was a “yellow to amber” orb in the sky on March 9, 2011. The strange object traveled silently below the normal flight path of an airplane and dimmed to a “dull gray” color according to the report on MUFON. “Notably about these objects is ‘how’ they move,” the report read. “If you watch very carefully you will notice their movement is not in a straight path but in a jittery, wobbly type of motion. It is not extremely noticeable but you can see it.” Three photographs were also submitted with the report from Arizona. – Photo # 1, Photo # 2, and Photo # 3.
Over Georgia, a witness reported a sphere shaped object hovering over trees on March 9th. The report stated it was not the first time the objects had been seen. “I observed a shining oval/sphere shaped object hovering above some trees for about 20 seconds, then it disappeared,” the witness stated. “It seemed very close. This has been happening here for several months now, but this is the first time I have reported it.”
Another report from California stated that a couple saw three star-like objects hovering in the sky for a 15 minute period, also on March 9th.
“… we noticed an orange light traveling in the western sky, from north to south,” according to the report. “This object seemed to be at a much lower altitude compared to the other two objects. This object traveled in a generally strait (sic) direction but it did appear to slightly change direction at times. It also changed speed, sometimes slowing down, then speeding back up. We watched it for about 40 seconds, until it disappeared, possibly behind some clouds.”