It was a busy night for UFO sightings on November 16 through November 17, 2012 as eight witnesses from five different states reported seeing flying crafts over an 11-hour period.
The objects were first seen in Pennsylvania on November 16 just before 5:00 p.m. and were last sighted at 4:00 a.m. on November 17 in Indiana according to the Examiner.
The first witness in Pennsylvania was driving west on I-422 and reported seeing three glowing objects that came together and formed a triangle. They stayed in the triangular shape and hovered for 6 to 10 minutes until they faded from sight.
Under an hour later and 250 miles to the east near Southampton, Pennsylvania, a woman saw three objects about 5:30 p.m. on November 16. She was driving home from work and noticed three sets of five bright lights in a close formation flying low to the ground.
In Old Saybrook, Connecticut, about 190 miles northeast along Long Island Sound at 5:55 p.m. on November 16 a witness driving in a car noticed a streaking light moving so fast that the object created a trail of light.
At 7:03 p.m. on November 16 in Mount Clemens, Michigan, about 650 miles to the east of Old Saybrook, a witness saw a bright orange, tulip-shaped object, coming from the northwest. The object was described as being orange and in the shape of an airplane but much larger.
Then at 7:25 p.m. on November 16 in Indianapolis, Indiana, about 300 miles southwest of Mount Clemens, a witness reported three strange objects flying in the sky.
"I noticed a star-like object blinking as it soared through the sky," the witness stated. "I know it wasn't a shooting star. I looked for several minutes and noticed two more of the same star-like objects chasing each other on the opposite side of the sky and their lights were also blinking simultaneously."
Then at 9:00 p.m. on November 16 a witness in Rochester, New York, about 560 miles northeast of Indianapolis, reported a burning orb-like object flying about 100 feet overhead.
At midnight on November 16 a witness in Alto, Michigan, about 430 miles directly west of Rochester, reported three lights moving in a triangle formation and were brightly colored.
Lastly, at 4:00 a.m. in Reelsville, Indiana on November 17 a witness saw three lights moving east across the sky. He said it wasn't an airplane and it was traveling in a zigzag pattern.
Just what was going on in the north eastern skies for over 11 hours? Were these flying crafts studying the region or just looking things over trying to decide on where to land? Since the objects were seen in so many states by total strangers no one can say that all these incidents didn't really happen. Could all of these people have mistaken a helicopter or an airplane for a UFO?
Each witness described their encounter the same way; spotting three objects with brightly colored lights taking the shape of a triangle.
Since so much activity went on during an 11-hour period through so many states maybe it's time for the government to form some kind of committee made up of military personal, government officials, scientists, and regular citizens to discuss and try to understand just what is going on in the skies.
This group could try to figure how to tell the public about these strange flying objects and have them understand and made to feel comfortable that there isn't anything to fear until, and if, something actually happens.
The governments of the world might be afraid that if a space craft does land the world would most likely be terrified but if everyone is included in deciding what to do in case of an emergency chances are greatly improved that any kind of fear would not lead to rampage in the streets.
Something big was obviously going on a couple of nights ago, but what and are the people of this world ready just in case an object does actually land one day? There have been too many sightings during hundreds of years to lead people to believe that aliens have not landed already. The world has to be prepared.
Keep those eyes to the skies because something could be flying above.