‘Strange and mysterious’ over El Paso, Texas Friday night. One pattern resembled a triangle seen in New York about a week ago.
One falling light seems to divide into three before a fourth mysteriously appears. All of the lights then hover and disappear.
Amigo Airsho Executive Director Terrie Todd identified the spectacle as a performance by the U.S. Army’s precision parachute team… the Golden Knights. Terrie Todd says that each Knight had attached canisters with flares on their feet to generate light while diving through El Paso’s skies as part of a synchronized stunt.
But what about Manhattan?
Report from myfoxny.com on October 13, 2010: Citizens at 23rd and 8th street in New York halted to look in the sky. For over two hours people stood dumbfounded.
Someone claimed a school released a bunch of balloons.
One witness saw fifty starlike object cluster and spread apart.
News Channel 9 in El Paso shows a triangular pattern of lights that looked similar when displayed side-by-side as a day version and a night. Coincidence?
Air show maneuvers?
An FAA spokesperson near New York says nothing was seen on radar.
See amazing report from Arlington Heights, Illinois of sighting in the late 1960’s — includes artist depiction, detailed description and related photo at Arlingtoncards.com/ufo