Two fireballs seen and recorded over Miles City, Montana 23-Jun-2012

UFO sightings – This footage of 2 big bright lights flying across the sky above Miles City in Montana was recorded on 23rd June 2012.

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12 Comments

  1. The caption, calling these lights fireballs, is incorrect. A fireball is the name givn to meteors that give a tremendous show as they burn up entering our atmosphere, leaving a large streak across the sky for several minutes. They enter at an amazing speed, burn up in seconds, move in one direction, and enter at a 45% angle. These are NOT fireballs.

  2. I agree.. People, quit adding stupid music or sound effects to your videos. This footage is pretty neat though. Isn't there a nuclear facility close to that area?

  3. I agree that music added to real footage of UFOs isn't necessary. The video that just shows the sighting without music and graphics is a lot more credible.

  4. yea i actually think these are lanterns this time…altho i hate when ppl see actual metalic craft and say lanterns!!

  5. I think the "music" thing is subjective really. If music or graphics is used as a intro, maybe stating the name of the person who captured the footage or something, it's ok. It's when music is added on top of the actual sighting footage that it can have a negative effect on the video.

  6. I think the "music" thing is subjective, really. If music or graphics is used as a intro, maybe stating the name of the person who captured the footage or something, it's ok. It's when music is added on top of the actual sighting footage that it can have a negative effect on the video.

  7. I think the "music" thing is subjective really. If music or graphics is used as a intro, maybe stating the name of the person who captured the footage or something, it's ok. It's when music is added on top of the actual sighting footage that it can have a negative effect on the video.

  8. I think the "music" thing is subjective really. If music or graphics is used as a intro, maybe stating the name of the person who captured the footage or something, it's ok. It's when music is added on top of the actual sighting footage that it can have a negative effect on the video.

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