Over two weeks later and reports of UFOs from July 4th 2009 continue to be posted.
I still haven’t heard of any main stream media even touching the subject.
Robert Marsh of www.examiner.com posted July 4th UFO comments chime in from 14 states. He noticed the rash of sightings on Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and got many comment reporting on UFOs on July 4th. It would have been nice for him to link to WhalesInSpace.com, its hard not to find the site right now if you are doing a Google search of July 4th 2009 UFOs.
This comment was posted today and caught my attention.
I live in Kansas City, MO. On july 4th 2009 my girlfriend and I both saw an orange ball of light in midtown KC.
We were driving when we first saw it and pulled over to get a better look. This was no firework and this was no chinese lantern. There was a low cloud deck that night. The ball was lower than the clouds which allowed us to get a good look.
The object was actually a black sphere with orange fire rolling around it. It started in the western skies at maybe thirty degrees. It slowly moved until it was directly in front of us (south) and then it ascended into the clouds.
This incident has changed my perspective entirely. I am the president of the engineering department at a local university. I dont believe in spacemen or leprechans or jesus or any of that which has no proof.
But I saw something on july 4th 2009.
And another from Lynnwood, Washington, sent in by email
It was after the fireworks had stopped for the night at our house in Lynnwood, Wa. My boyfriend and I were outside on the back deck when we saw a bright red light coming up on the horizon (NE). It was moving as fast as a satellite/airplane would accross the sky. The light was very easy to see and bright, but there was no definite outline to it. It was a circular shape, but the light almost looked like a laser would with blurred edges. The center of the red light was bright yellow/orange and looked exactly like a star except was a bit larger and closer, definately in the atmosphere. As it slowly moved accross the sky and over our house, my boyfriend was running to get his cell phone so we could take a picture when we saw a second, orange, light coming from the same place the first did. The light flew from the NE direction SE, and they both followed the same path and faded away into the night.
These were moving too quickly to be anything but a powered object, and were moving in a definate direction at a constant speed.
Below are two videos sent in by a UFO witness from Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, about 45 miles North West of Bethlehem Pennsylvania where the first sightings came from.
I haven’t even heard any one really give a good go at the Orange Balls of Light Chinese Lantern Theory (ORBLCLT)?
I guess if it was picked up by the media, someone could say they saw their neighbor releasing Chinese Lanterns, but not a peep.
I’m sticking behind my giant flying bioluminescent dinosaurs theory for now.