Friday, April 08, 2011

UFO - red lights over Kansas City April 6, 2011

Lights move over Kansas City in 'V' formation over Kansas City April 6, 2011

If you live in Kansas City and can add more to this sighting please respond to this post.
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Anonymous said...

In my opinion these are also lanterns. They disappear exactly as lanterns do and look identical, they do seem to move in a strange manner, however this could be explained by wind and the movement does not seem all that erratic.

Anonymous said...

Last night (April 20, 2011 - in Kansas City, MO, near Raytown) I saw something odd. I was standing on my porch and what appeared to be a flaming ball of something sailed through the sky heading west-ish (I suck at direction). I'm thinking it was either a meteor or something man-made, like a flare... the only thing, the tragectory seemed to be a straight line... Not arched like it would be if it were a flare shot from the ground. It was also moving faster than a flare (I think). It burned orange and blue, with sort of a sparking/sparkling tail. There was no pop like there would be if it were some sort of firework. I was actually looking up if there had been a meteor sighting when I found this site. I only saw it for a few seconds before it passed over the roof of an adjacent building and I lost visual, but it left me speachless. I couldn't tell how far away it was or how big it was and it was sometime around 9:00pm. I'll also say, I'm a doctoral student in a social science field and am trained to view things very objectively and view as many sides of the picture as possible. I will not say this was a UFO (not likely) or even necessarily a meteor (more likely), but it was strange enough that I'm trying to figure it out. Since your video was so recent, I thought I would add what I just saw.

Molly said...

Tonight - 5/14/11 @ 9:50pm - we also saw 6-8 floating lights of varying heights tonight. We were driving south on 435 and as we passed the 63rd street exit we saw them in the sky to the east, over the horizon of what would be Raytown, MO. They look like red fire -- kind of like those lanterns that float on water, only these were in the sky. They didn't move much - well one moved to the north - most of them just hovered or floated. As I looked back over my shoulder as we approached the Grandview Triangle, I couldn't see them anymore. They weren't much higher in the sky than a cell tower would be. They were really strange.

Anonymous said...

Man, I'm jealous that you saw these objects. I live near Kansas City, Kansas and I didn't see a darn thing!

Anonymous said...

11:08am-I saw exactly what you saw last night, 08/19/11, what appeared to be a large meteor showering down from high up, like almost out of a movie with a long, effervescent tail. Then it split in to five distinctly moving glowing objects. One spiraled down like a feather, two made curly qs, the others sorted of floated and hovered then they all moved and disappeared over the horizon. Now, I am writing this on the eve of the air show and I checked to see if there are any night events planned for the event and there are not. This happened about 9:30ish. I live on the south side of downtown with an excellent view of the whole skyline and this happened right over downtown.

The meteor thing though, that was really, really freaky. What the hell was that???

Anonymous said...

We just witnessed something like that, Feb. 5, 2012. Standing in Overland Park facing North, we saw several red lights moving upward in the sky and slowly disappearing. They seemed to be more fire like, did not blink, and seemed to move separately. After the last one blinked out, we saw a floating balloon shape travel all the way across the sky, with no sound, travelling south/southwest.

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