40+ orange orbs reported to MUFON south of Elizabeth in Monongahela, Pennsylvania… UPDATE! Turns out these WERE Chinese lanterns set off for funeral wake gathering for kid who died days before — verified by those present (hey it happens). They should be illegal since they are fire hazard and litter… However, the 2 that I saw in Murrysville headed WEST toward Pittsburgh were definitely NOT lanterns… The 4 UFOs filmed/spotted in PITTSBURGH by University of Pgh and reported to MUFON said metallic sphere was also seen. Then one filmed/seen in Johnstown, PA was too far away to be same group. NEXT DAY A DAYTIME UFO filmed SW of Pittsburgh: www.ufodb.com MY 4 orbs seen in June, 2011 here: www.youtube.com For whatever reason — they are showing themselves more…ANOTHER sighting on that SAME NIGHT in GETTYSBURG, PA: Case Number: 32127 Log Number: US-09272011-0004 Submitted Date: 2011-09-27 05:03 GMT Event Date: 2011-09-24 22:00 GMT Status: Submitted City: Gettysburg Region: Pennsylvania i have always been a fan of the sky and the stars since a child. so i have a habit of looking up when im outside to see the beauty of it. my mother in law and my husbands friend were visiting to see our dogs new puppies. mom and i eventually were sitting outside discussing about the puppies as shes showing me the pictures she took of them on the front steps of the house. while my husband, our daughter and his friend were inside. i look up into the sky to my right side an noticed 2 orange
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For the past few years Anthony Woods has somehow attracted UFOs on a scale unprecedented in history. Over one year in the making, this program tells the remarkable story of his efforts to record some of the most extraordinary UFO footage ever seen. This was the last film to be produced by Graham W. Birdsall, Publisher of UFO Magazine, UK. In Loving Memory of Graham W. Birdsall, 4/07/1954 — 9/19/2003 and his contribution to UFO Research. The Journey: The UFO Case Of Anthony Woods – NOW ON DVD – Cat. #U511. Go to www.UFOTV.com.
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