UFO Lights in Naperville in July Bear Some Similarity to Recent Sightings in El Paso and Manhattan

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Video of floating unidentified lights appeared just after the fireworks near west park at Napersville’s Ribfest.

Accounts of four floating lights floating in Naperville in July 2010 are recalled after recent sightings of floating lights in Manhattan and El Paso, Texas. Witnesses saw four yellow-orange lights at low altitude. The lights changed rates of speed at will without any sound. The YouTube publisher reported that dozens to hundreds of others witnessed the same thing.

We saw them too. The fireworks had just ended in Knoch Park in Naperville and we were headed south in a large crowd of people. Suddenly everyone was stopping in the street and looking up into the sky…we looked up too and saw 4 orange shapes. They did not make any noise and were headed north/northeast. I also saw an airplane…but these were not airplanes. What were they?

xThunderC Comment on YouTube responding to video above

Some might say that the lights were slow-burning and floating embers from the fireworks fragments. Changing speed may have been due to air currents. Skeptical but curious.

‘Strange and mysterious’ over El Paso, Texas Friday night. One pattern resembled a triangle pattern seen in New York about a week ago.

One witness in Manhattan saw fifty star-like object cluster and spread apart.

Keep in mind, anytime you see three lights that aren’t in a straight line, there is going to be a triangle pattern.

See also …
The Cardinal UFO Lights at Night Over El Paso, Texas Match UFO Lights Over Manhattan in Daylight

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