|Occurred : 4/1/2014 23:30 (Entered as : 04/01/14 23:30)
Reported: 4/2/2014 12:11:15 PM 12:11
Location: Spring, TX
|Blue and red lights in sky over suburban Spring, TX.
From my bedroom window, I could see a blue and red light making a circle in the sky. I almost ignored it till I realized it was not a reflection (No tv or light on in my room).
Watched as red light shot off west and blue one arced downward.
Told husband who suggested kids with roman candles trying to be funny, but there was no sound to go with it (and the lights were close enough where, if they had been fireworks, there would have been noticable bangs).
A few minutes later, the lights were back. Red light made a big circle while the blue one hovered, then arced downward again.
This happened twice more, in slightly different locations (like they were moving in a pattern towards the west).
Around 23:50, they vanished. Watched until after midnight but no more lights.
Witnesses were myself (female, age 36, master's degree, writer stay at home mom) and my husband (32, male, aerospace/aviation engineer by training and teacher currently).
The weather was overcast and humid and the geography is the edge of the Gulf Coast where it runs into the Pineywoods.
We're in suburban neighborhood but with woods and a huge state park nearby, along with several creeks and a river.
The lights themselves looked about the size of a car headlight when seen from my bedroom window, in terms of size not brightness.
We do live near an airport but I can guarantee, as can my aerospace/aviation engineer husband, plane and helicopter lights do not behave like this.