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Occurred : 11/16/2008 18:32 (Entered as : 11/16/2008 18:32)
Reported: 11/18/2008 7:15:31 AM 07:15
Posted: 1/10/2009
Location: Kokomo, IN
Shape: Circle
Duration:15 Minutes
The three bright objects seemed to be fading from dim to very bright for about fifteen minutes, just as we have seen before many times.

My fiance and I saw a bright light in the southern sky, about 10:00 high, while driving south on U.S. 31 heading home. It appeared to be about 5 or 6 miles away from us. As we came up to the intersection of U.S.26 and 31, a second object appeared to the left of the first. They were fading from bright to dim. As we turned the corner and pulled into our drive, we observed the the first object get very bright, then vanish. Then a third object appeared just left of the second one. They were about 2 miles from us at this point. They seem to have red and blue (or greenish) lights flashing when they became very bright. I watched them for about 10 minutes longer, fading in and out, then, they both vanished. There were clouds moving behind the ojects, so we know they were not stars. We have witnessed these kind of events many times from our back yard. We know they are not Air Force jet flares, because, the night after, when we have reported these events, the jets are in the same area as we report, shooting off flares. There is no comparison to the events we have seen to the flares.

The following night, at approximately the same time, but closer to us, we witnessed the same event, except there were only two this time. The first showed up, fading in and out for about ten minutes, then the second showed up. I called my daughter, who said that one was over the top of her house. Then she said it dissapeared. About the same time, the first light seemed to have moved to the west close to the horizon, then shot off to the north. After about ten minutes longer, the second object, just seemed to fade out, and was gone.