ShamlessAusMusic also mentions in the description that they pulled over at around 9PM to record their sighting of four lights hovering around the sky. All of the UFOs were very close to the ground and then disappeared, according to the description. ShamlessAusMusic also notes that these mysterious lights did not do much but were amazing to watch.
Four lights initially moving slowly in similar path at different speeds. One light eventually fades out and two appear to hover while the other one moves off in a different path as the video ends.
Herald Sun newspaper asked Perry Vlahos, president of not far away Mt. Burnett Observatory, on his opinion about the video. Vlahos told them that it is very hard to determine the reality basing only the footage without seeing first-hand. But he guaranteed that they were not extra-terrestrials.
Vlahos said that there’s a possibility the lights could be satellites, lanterns, aircraft, international space station, or police helicopter.
Since there were four lights, Venus is not a possibility. Given that the lights were below the clouds, satellites or the international space stations could also be ruled out.
While Vlahos pointed out police helicopters that have strong search lights as a possible explanation of the four lights, his best guess was ceremonial lanterns or often called Chinese Lanterns. He explained that these lanterns would float up for a period of time and disappear when the candles go out.
He further explained that people sometimes put a candle inside a paper lantern and the heat carries it up into the sky since it’s very light. Chinese Lanterns often used in Asian ceremonial exercise.
The lights in the video seem to move like Chinese Lanterns but they’re not moving like typical lanterns as they move in different directions. Ceremonial lanterns typically move in similar direction as they move with the air currents.
What do you think? Chinese Lanterns or a real Australian mysterious UFO activity?