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Orange flamelike objects floating in sky

 
lisal
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06/25/2009 01:38 AM
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Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
I just happened to see two of these this evening around 9:43 pm. I had my convertible top down and I saw this flame in the sky. At first I didn't know what to think, then I said "maybe its a balloon flight, but I turned down the music in my car and nothing but silence, the flame stayed the same height and just kept drifting from Northwest to Southeast. It started to float/drift faster once it moved over my car. I thought "maybe a kid caught a bag on fire and it was floating in the air", but that would have burned up by now. It drifted farther and farther Southeast into the sky very high. It wasn't a falling star because it didn't fall to the earth. Later I saw a second one from my front yard about 20 minutes later. It was the same size and moved at the same pace as the first one I saw. It was a flame moving in the sky with nothing attached to it. I have planes that pass over my home all the time moving Southwest to Northeast with red and green blinking lights and Noise! The orange flame I saw had NO NOISE complete silence. It had no flashing lights, it literally looked like a flame from a fire that has a steady burn. What are these things? has anyone else seen them before. Today is June 24th and this occured in Plainfield, IL.
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06/25/2009 01:41 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
I actually saw something like that in the beginning of May. I was outside smoking a cigg. and I see an orange light in the sky not moving but like "pulsating" not 10 minutes later I hear jet engines and I see an aircraft come screaming overhead towards this "light". I run inside to get a camera come back out and it was gone.
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06/25/2009 01:46 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
although I have seriously no problem with this being an alien space craft,seen a few myself and then some.. it sounds like this is possibly a fire balloon if im not mistaken

a few candles melted together suspended below a few ironed drycleaner bags, basicly a hot air balloon, because the balloons clear all you do see is a fireball in the sky slowly drifting with the wind.. some of them are built to terminate after a few minutes by detaching from the bag and burning the supports.. others.. depending on the builder can drift as long as the candles burn.. they can be rather dangerous if they happen to catch fire entirely and drop alight.. but harmless fun for most people

might have been that.. but ive seen a few orange orb UFOs myself in my time.. could be anything
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
Interesting. The flamelike is a new description.
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07/04/2010 11:50 PM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
They are like mini hot air balloons. I saw a bunch during fireworks at Lake Erie.
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07/05/2010 12:14 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
They may be chinese lanterns cost about $5, they are like a mini hot air balloon.
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07/05/2010 12:15 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
Chinese lanterns.
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
hiding
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
i think they're called stars...

not sure though
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
I just happened to see two of these this evening around 9:43 pm. I had my convertible top down and I saw this flame in the sky. At first I didn't know what to think, then I said "maybe its a balloon flight, but I turned down the music in my car and nothing but silence, the flame stayed the same height and just kept drifting from Northwest to Southeast. It started to float/drift faster once it moved over my car. I thought "maybe a kid caught a bag on fire and it was floating in the air", but that would have burned up by now. It drifted farther and farther Southeast into the sky very high. It wasn't a falling star because it didn't fall to the earth. Later I saw a second one from my front yard about 20 minutes later. It was the same size and moved at the same pace as the first one I saw. It was a flame moving in the sky with nothing attached to it. I have planes that pass over my home all the time moving Southwest to Northeast with red and green blinking lights and Noise! The orange flame I saw had NO NOISE complete silence. It had no flashing lights, it literally looked like a flame from a fire that has a steady burn. What are these things? has anyone else seen them before. Today is June 24th and this occured in Plainfield, IL.
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Its happening here in Kalifornia

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07/13/2010 11:25 PM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
i seen one too on fourth of july right afer fireworks....indianapolis indiana
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07/14/2010 01:11 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
How about the SUN and it's REFLECTION

or the MOON could be the other one that's reflecting the sun's light

morans
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
I saw this in 1993 going across the desert, perfectly straight from west to east, I was sitting watching a meteor shower and it glided over. It maintained a steady altitude and floated across the sky toward local hills.
What got me is it went directly over my head. From this vantage point underneath it looked like a giant glowing cigarette end, or a glowing coal, that is why when I read about the flying bag or balloon theory I could not figure it out.
I actually went driving out the next day to look for the end point, before I knew people let off stuff like this.
I still do not know why the underside glowed like a coal. I thought it was from the meteor shower and was a strange meteor?
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07/14/2010 01:21 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
Yep. 2005 on a night flight to Europe.

Big ball of orange fire slowly moving through the sky, passed through to beneath the clouds below us. This was a NIGHT flight, so NO it wasn't the sun. It was inside our atmosphere, saw it eye level as I was looking out the window.

Funny thing was only a minute or 2 later the flight attendants went down the aisle making sure everyone had their blinds closed. Odd thing to do considering it was night time.
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07/14/2010 02:18 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
Swamp gas.
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07/14/2010 02:26 AM
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Lens flare.
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
What shape was it OP?

The UFO I saw in Jan of '98 in WI about 20 miles from lake Michigan caught my attention because I thought the neighbors' houses must be on fire. Saw it peripherally out the window when I got up in the middle of the night to make the baby a bottle. Went back to the window to look when I thought it was a fire, but it was slightly ovate hanging there in the sky. NOT the moon, I could see the moon out the kitchen window.

It looked like fire, like molten metal in a crucible.

Turns out, as the crow flies, it was hovering less than a quarter mile from a small transformer station...I now think it was charging up and wonder who was driving it, but suspect it was our govt behind it.
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1030456


This.

You don't think you might have Chinese living near you?
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07/18/2010 01:06 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
i live in orlando fl i was just walking home with my b/f and we saw a bright orange light in the sky we bi=oth said what the hell is that its not a star we stopped walking to see if it was moving or not and we could tell it was moving i pulled my phone to take a pic and the light got real dim and you cant see it in the 2 pics i took but after the light went dim and it was above us you could clearly tell it wasnt a plane or a star or anything i have ever seen in the sky we could both tell it was sphere shaped and you could still see the now dim orange light you could clearly tell it was spinning in circles while it flew in a straight line it was moving kind of slow and with as close as it was it made no noise at all just had to share that
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08/17/2010 12:31 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
Ok so this is too weird. I've seen these floating orange lights that look like flames once before while at a friends house and they would slowly just drift across the sky. But the also made absolutely no noise, and right after ward, I would hear like a helicopter or some sort of aircraft. That time I saw them was halloween 2009, and a few days before my friends family had already seen them. Then, yesterday at exactly 9:43 pm we got a phone call from them telling us that they had just seen te lights again, which is weird because the first post also saw them at 943. Another weird thing is, since last time we saw th it was Halloween, we have pics of that night and the moon is in the same positition as last night. It's just really weird, I have no clue what they are...
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08/17/2010 12:44 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
definately a garbage/bin liner with a few firelighters strung on wire underneath.they burn for 20min ,travel up and away in the wind .a lot of fun for kids as long as they dont land on someones house or long dead grass,,oops 5a
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08/17/2010 12:47 AM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
after chinese wedding we light these mini hot air balloons with our wishes in it so it "floats to heaven" so it may come true
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saw them on thanksgiving day this year 2010 well it was night, at around 730ish or so cowboys saints was on went out to smoke a cig and saw the glowing arange flame thing could not be a balloon was moving pretty quick, 5 min later my uncle joins me for a cig and says hey what the hell is that and i look and im like oh man i just saw one just like that 5 min ago same path same diretion kept going until if flickered away in the darkness of the night. only thing i could say to him was maybe its jet fighters with all the korean crap going on maybe they are moving things around. but i know it was no commercial airplane and thats forsure. by the way i live in orlando fl.
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12/30/2010 07:38 PM
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In the fall of 2007, myself and a girlfriend were driving on an overpass (I-75 at Missionary ridge), in Chattanooga Tn. To the NW about 200-250 yards away, at about 1000ft. It may have been about 100-150ft higher than my position. Considering my distance, object may have been 10-20 ft in hight X 5-8ft wide. It appeared to be an dirty orange ball of fire, with flames licking off the top. It looked the same as when plastic or rubber burns, dark flames and it appeared as if greasy black smoke was rising from it. We were at a stop when watching. It didnt move in the least, except for the "flames" licking from the topside. We watched for about a minute or two. Then, it just abruptly stopped and dissapeared. It was over bright city lights. Had it been a balloon or any solid object it would have been seen against the sky. Aint buying the Chinese lantern bull, and have reserched ball lightning. Wasnt it either.
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12/30/2010 07:44 PM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
buddhist monks levitating
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12/30/2010 07:50 PM
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Chinese lanterns are cool. Somebody let a bunch of them go one night in the summer and I watched one slowly sink down like a ghost after its fire went out. I ran over to the empty parking lot and scooped it up. It was a big white nonflammable sack, with a wire hoop around the bottom with wires attached to sides of the hoop forming a crosshair, with a little place for burning material in the center of the crosshair. I kept it in the garage for several years, and then the other day I took it out and wrapped some old rag around the center of the crosshair, doused it with kerosene (jet fuel), lit it, and the thing filled up with hot air and went floating away like a big white ghost, with black smoke trailing it.
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12/30/2010 07:52 PM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
Floating fires: very easy!

It´s Chinese lanterns.

They have a small fire inside and they fly, carried by the wind. People are usually amazed to see them suddenly "accelerating" and disappearing. That´s an illusion: it´s just when the fire dies out or when the lantern ruptures, causing the lantern to drop toward the ground.
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Funny watching people gawking out their car windshields....look like meerkats. They're like..."Oh fuck...is this the end of my little personal reality?"
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12/30/2010 08:15 PM
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
Why is this very old thread being bumped?
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Re: Orange flamelike objects floating in sky
definately a garbage/bin liner with a few firelighters strung on wire underneath.they burn for 20min ,travel up and away in the wind .a lot of fun for kids as long as they dont land on someones house or long dead grass,,oops 5a
 Quoting: worm man 1070622



They could cause fires, or fall onto highway traffic and cause accidents... if it´s big, it could interfere with air traffic or show up on ATC radar screens.

If something happens, it´s not longer lots of fun.

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