I’m usually careful about making any connections between UFOs and “strange sound” videos. I see no reason to make the leap because there is no evidence. This time however, it makes sense to at least mention it.
For some background on this, please see the post “Three of a Kind” here. We’ve documented two “strange sound” events in Gilbert, and one in Scottsdale, Arizona. These sky events make no sense because they’re different types of noises that have occurred in close proximity and approximate date.
Insert 1/13: Are they flares? Would any readers who are military people care to guess?
Insert 2: Well, here is the very famous Phoenix Lights video. These do the same thing as the video above. They appear and disappear in formation. This is from 1997. Were those flares too?
Insert 3: Here is the answer. From the comments:
I live in buckeye, az and I’ve seen these lights for the past 5 months south of the I 10. I am an air force vet and very familiar with the 16s that fly around here and the flares they discharge after flying their sorties. These lights r not flares or ball lightening because they are in formation. They appear as if on a dimmer switch and disappear the same. Strange. I don’t know what they r.
Now we have some more craziness in the area known as The Valley of the Sun, this time in Peoria, Arizona. A very convincing video of strange lights above this area has surfaced. These lights were seen February 9th and witnessed by several people. The lights can be seen clearly.
While hanging out with friends at an ice cream shop, the witness noticed what appeared to be a slow shooting star. The “star” changed directions. You can see in the video these aren’t meteors.
From the video description:
The video makes it hard to see, but all three of the objects had a short tail and were slowly drifting or “dancing” back and forth. I was freaking out and inadvertently drawing a lot of attention (as can be heard in my video). There were other witnesses in the parking lot, a couple of ladies are seen asking us what they were in the video. Before I started filming, another group of people wrote off the objects as being, “just meteors”. The objects clearly were not meteors.
MORE AFTER THE JUMP…
The description gets more intriguing:
Roughly 10-15 minutes after the event, I was driving due north when a row of 3 fighter jets flew straight past me heading in the exact direction that the lights had been seen. We were relatively close to Luke Air Force Base, but jets rarely fly directly over the city, and they were low and fast.
I can’t say if this is related or not, but it sure is strange timing and location.