|Occurred : 1/11/2007 22:19 (Entered as : 01/11/07 22:19)
Reported: 1/11/2008 11:32:34 PM 23:32
Location: St. Peters, MO
|Two identical objects moving in unison.
Driving on Eastbound Highway 70 near the Belleau Creek/T.R. Hughes Overpass and I looked up briefly and saw two, identical objects in the sky, directly in front of me, slowly moving in a NNE direction. I checked my vehicle’s clock and it was at 10:19. It was difficult to pinpoint their distance as they were traveling slightly away from me. They were about 30 degrees vertically from the Eastern Horizon line. The strange part was that they were moving together, in unison, about a half-mile apart by my estimates. They were off in the distance and difficult to look at with all the ground clutter and light scatter from the highway flood lights. They were moving slower than a typical plane on its landing approach to Lambert-St. Louis Airport in Bridgeton and were not headed in the right direction for a landing approach. Each object had one light on it.
Upon further study, the two objects were moving in unison, as previously stated and were about 3+ miles away visible only through a large break in the clouds. They had a fluid movement to them and were not jaggedly moving through the night sky. They were visible for about 60 seconds before they disappeared behind a passing cloud and were not seen again.
The lighting on the objects was relatively clear. There was one light visible on each object and had a red/pink hue to both of them. It was not like any landing light I have ever seen before. Both lights were bright and high-intensity. The shape of the objects couldn’t be made out due to their distance from me.