UFOs Over Olympia, Washington December 31st, 2013

Whales In Space kicks off 2014 right with a UFO report over our hometown. The report could be Chinese Lanterns from the behavior and the fact it was New Years Eve, but it is not our job to figure this out, just get the info out there.

The report was originally left as a comment on a February 8th, 2012 sighting post over Olympia in Western Washington.

Did anyone see the 2 orange lights in the clouds at around 9:30pm on December 31st, 2013, last night, over Olympia? One of them came from the north and then another from the northwest,both were traveling south then the first one kind of did a spinning twist gaining altitude then fading out. The second one continued south then faded away. It almost looked like 2 fog lights in the clouds, but they were moving way to slow to be an air plane, and there was no noise, so they could not have been 2 helicopters. Also the way the first one spiraled up was something a copter could not do. These lights were viewed near the I-5 bridge which is Capitol way where Olympia and Tumwater meet.

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3 thoughts on “UFOs Over Olympia, Washington December 31st, 2013

  1. I saw the red/orange orbal UFOs about 4 years ago on the 4th of July then saw the lantern last year.. They looked very different to me.
    The UFOs were round and lanterns more oval.
    Was an absolutely amazing experience, I knew right away what they were.:)

    1. Did you not warn your local militia?! The unknown are in your area and our scouting to invade us! You must prepare to shoot the unknown spies down so we can display and taunt them to show our power. Huzzah I am Winston, John Winston.

      1. The local militia wont do us good for the aliens are far too advanced! But my god the chupacabra is upon us, and we must act! Use the militia to destroy the Mexican fiend, the aliens shall guide us, not invade us. SAYS THE GREAT BRAD CHAMBERLIN

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