So I focused on them, and saw that they were chasing one another. Then, about ten minutes later, a third one came and they were all chasing one another like a game of tag. It was like watching a ballet dance. I called another camper to come and watch with me, which he did. After a few minutes-maybe 10 or so, he said that watching those things made him scared, so he went back inside his own tent. I watched these objects for at least 2 hours, maybe more, when all at once, they all zoomed off at a fantastic rate of speed and vanished in a second. source: www.mufon.com
Michigan-10-05-08-I am an avid reader of books on the subjects of UFOs and ancient civilizations. And as much as I believe, nothing could prepare me for this encounter at 7 AM, 10-14-08. I was startled when my mother suddenly woke me from my sleep, telling me very nervously to come outside, so I did. She pointed to the dark sky in a southeasterly direction. At first, my sleep still fresh in my eyes, I noticed nothing unusual.
But as my eyes came into focus, I saw what she had pointed out. What looked to be bright stars suddenly were recognized as orange and had a distinct hazy radiance about them. "Could just be stars," I told myself. And that could have easily been left at that. But as I noticed there were 3 of them, I looked from one to the next and noticed they were moving very slowly-but yes!, they were moving.
And not only moving, but were holding a distinct triangular/boomerang pattern! I was excited, yet baffled. In all the years I have studied the clues left in the history of Earth's civilization's encounters and books I have read, I had never seen any! As I watched, they slowly faded from view. source: www.mufon.com
Michigan-10-11-08-The past three nights, orbs have been seen off the port Sheldon pier, north of Holland. Stealth jets were following whatever these things were. The orange orbs were making drastic up and down maneuvers at incredible speeds. This past Friday, 6 jets were seen speeding in the direction of the orbs, one of which was positively identified as a Stealth.
The jets circled around for over two hours as the orbs appeared and disappeared. The orbs were seen by many witnesses on Lake Michigan off Port Sheldon pier. This siting went on for hours, until the point where I couldn't watch anymore. The only way to describe it was they were making W-like patterns in the sky, and the Stealth jets could not even keep up with these objects. source: www.mufon.com
Texas-10-13-08-At 10:36 PM, after my son and I watched a movie, I let my dogs out in the backyard. It is very dark and no lights behind my house, so the view of the stars is great. I looked up to the north-northeast, and noticed what looked like a star initially bouncing around. I looked at other stars to see if my eyes were playing tricks on me and looked back at the object.
I then yelled for my son to come down and see if he was seeing the same thing. He was. We got a digital camera and tried to take pictures of the object, and the camera would not pick it up. We then got out the telescope (a large one), and lined it up as best as we could, and when viewing through the main eye of the telescope could only see it for a few seconds and it would move drastically.
We would then realign the telescope and try again and got the same results. I'm very interested to see if anyone else saw the same thing. I definitely believe that what we saw was not man-made. source: www.mufon.com
Great Britain-10-11-08-I was proceeding from the A9 road heading toward the town of Aberfeldy in Perth, and Kinross county at 5 minutes past 10 PM. About a mile before the junction just outside the village of Grandtully, I noticed what I thought was a series of street lights zig-zagging up a steep hill. Having traveled this road many times I could not recall such a feature in landscape or road and thought it very odd.
I then considered maybe it was a bright constellation, but the lights were totally unlike stars being orange in color, slightly elongated as fog street lights are. Hence my foremost impression. The further I traveled, the more curious I became, finally pulling to a stop on the roadside.
I noticed a car on the opposite side also parked with its occupant staring up at the sky. I then thought it to be a fleet of helicopters, but there was no sound and no tail lights or otherwise common to aircraft to be seen.
Once I had stopped my vehicle, I then realized these objects were traveling toward me keeping formation about ten in total not too fast, but not slow. I turned the car around at the oncoming junction about 50 yards distant to follow the lights, but by the short time it took I looked back and they had vanished. source: www.mufon.com