LETTER: UFOs or party lanterns? More curious sightings

To the editor; Re: "UFOs or Paper Lanterns?" Cloverdale Reporter, Jan. 25, 2012

UFOs or flying paper lanterns?

To the editor;

Re: “UFOs or Paper Lanterns?” Cloverdale Reporter, Jan. 25, 2012

I live in Pittsburgh,PA.

It was 7-4-12 and we were watching fireworks in front of my house.

Then I see this orangish light in the sky moving towards us, in the opposite direction that planes fly.

Then three more started coming. All quiet. All moving in the same direction. Then they got so far. Then three to four more came, all the same.

It was really weird. I took a photo with my cell phone. About three photos total. I don’t know what they were. My friends on Facebook say they are party lanterns.


Via www.CloverdaleReporter.com

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