Saturday, April 7, 2012

Red Orange Colored Lights Spotted in The Sky From Indianapolis Indiana

Date:  April 7, 2012
Time:  Approx: 9:30 p.m.
My wife and I were driving south on S. Keystone Avenue near Epler Avenue on 4/7 at about 9:30 p.m. We saw 2 red-orange lights over the Southport area ascending straight up. Steady lights, not blinking proximity lights on an aircraft. 
Not red, either, but reddish orange. My wife thought it was the color of an ember. One faded and then vanished, and the second continued on before it, too, faded and vanished. 

Saw identical colored lights over the Lawrence area a couple weeks ago at about the same time. Was working late and our offices are located near 65th and Binford. I left the office at 9:30 p.m. to come home. 
Driving east on 65th Street approaching Binford, I saw a formation of 3 orange-red lights and a fourth nearby. The 3 seemed to form a shape of an equilateral triangle, but they seemed to be distinct things, not part of a single shape/object, because there was very slight variation in the relationship between them. 
The fourth moved faster and passed them up.
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1 comment:

  1. My husband and I live in Greenwood, Indiana near Fry Road and 135 South. We just saw 15-20 orange/red lights steadily rising in the night sky. There was no smoke or explosions. The lights steadily moved from the ground to the night sky, traveling to the east. They were massive in size and very bright. It looked like they peacefully floated and then burned out. Candle lit bags?