UFO fleet over University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 24-Sep-2011

UFO sightings – Multiple bright objects were recorded flying over University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania on Saturday, 24th September 2011.
Witness report: We witnessed 4 orange orbs, that hovered and then joined into formation.
We were walking to our friends house, right by the University of Pittsburgh, when we saw a bright light in the sky. At first it moved to quickly to be a plane or helicopter, but then it slowed down and vanished. Next, we saw another orange light move across another part of the sky, and then another in a different area. Finally, four of the lights came together in a diamond formation and hovered right above the city. Then, they broke formation and light went away, but we could see a metallic like object in the sky that was the same circular shape as the orbs.
Author (source: mufon)

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  1. These objects must have been very bright as they are seen with the street light that is a marker. This is a credible video, very short and to the point, without any effects of music and any length of time focused on an object.

  2. I don&#39;t get how they could record 31 seconds on video of absolutely nothing and then state that &quot;UFO&quot; did this and that?<br />Great article btw

  3. My husband and I saw what appeared to be the same thing over Ford City, Pa on Saturday, October 8th at approximatey 9:15 pm. There were 8 bright orange &#39;orbs&#39; that hovered in a row for several minutes and then flew away. We know that there were people in Manorville, a neighboring community, that also witnessed them.

  4. My children called me outside the first week of July. I live in the Irwin area. I know most will think what we had seen was nothing more than fireworks since the date was so close to the 4th; but I can assure u that what was in the the sky was not a firework. It was totally round and much lower in the sky. It hovered for a minute maybe two. The best way to describe it would be a flaming orange/

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