Flashing lights described as 'Fluid' orbs over San Francisco
By Roger Marsh
A San Francisco, CA, witness in the Cole Valley neighborhood watched a series of flashing lights and moving orbs that seemed to have a "fluid" nature to them on January 3, 2011, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The witness was first drawn to the window when "a flashing light caught my eye from the top of the hills to the south."
The witness then saw a series of flashing lights that seemed to be about a quarter-mile away. This went on for about 5 minutes.
"My first thought was that someone was taking flash photographs from the top of the hill," the witness stated. "Why someone would do this in the middle of the night is beyond me, but I was searching for a rational explanation for what I was seeing."
Then the source of the flashing light seemed to move.
"Next, the flashing light took a different position on top of the same hill, slightly off to the side of where it had been. It glowed a faint 'trio' of white, blue, and red light. The light then seemed to sort of morph and change, and a glowing orb 'flew' to the hill that is the eastern side of where the UCSF medical center and campus are."
As the orb moved, the houses behind it were "illuminated a brilliant red hue."
"I use the word 'flew' in quotes because the orb object seemed to move in a way that was more 'fluid gliding' if that makes sense. It seemed to be made of plasma, and the light that it was/carried was like a 'liquid light'. The orb then seemed to reposition itself on the new hill and stayed hovered there. It stayed a reddish-amber glow at this point."
Then two additional lights were seen positioned above and behind the original light.
"They seemed to hover in the trees, and seemed very small, perhaps the size of bicycle headlamps. I stood and watched for half an hour, this trio of hovering of small lights, one amber-red orb, the other two small twittering, twinkling white lights. The lights were perhaps an eighth of a mile away. The smaller lights seemed to 'twitter', or blink and flash in a way that looked like a morse code."
The lights were still in place when the witness went to bed. The lights were not seen again in the morning. No images or video were provided with the MUFON report, which was filed on January 3, 2011.
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