One couple in Wellington witnessed two “red orange” lights floating over them, while a West Palm Beach resident saw four evenly-spaced red lights overhead.
A Massachusetts couple vacationing in Florida also witnessed glowing lights in the sky on New Year’s Eve, but having launched their own Chinese lanterns in the past, they were pretty convinced that what they observed on New Year’s Eve were Chinese lanterns. The couple explained to the Palm Beach Post, “If you don’t know what the thing is, you’re going to think it’s a UFO.”
Let us remain at all times the objective observers of all things natural and man made. Do not beleive everything you are told, and please retain a level of professionalism when conveying anything to another person without verifiable proof. Im sure most are familiar with the sayings related to Assumption.
One of these “Chinese Lanterns” were traveling about 50 -70 miles per hour. Went across the house, started to flash 3 different colors….white, red, lavender in a sequence in a triangle, then went back up in the air in record speed. What a joke!!! I smell cover up. This was witness by myself and 3 other people.