Posted on October 25, 2012 by thetruthbehindthescenes | 6 Comments
According to the Monroe County Independent Hecker resident spotted a
unidentified flying object northeast of Hecker, IL on Tuesday just after
7pm. County police patrolled the area near Paderborn. Officers say the
object remained stationary and twinkled with red, green, blue and
The Monroe County Independent reported on its Facebook page that
the witness saw the light hovering just over the horizon. They said the
light would shift colors (red, green, blue and orange) and appeared to
Deputies from Monroe and St. Clair counties responded to the area and
reported seeing the same light. After 8 p.m., a second object was
spotted over the Freeburg area. Witnesses said the second object was
similar in shape and size and also shifted colors from orange, red, blue
Scott Air Force Base did not report any aircraft flying in the area.
News 4 showed photos of the lights to experts at the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in St. Louis.
They suspect the first light was the star Capella and the second was
Jupiter. Stars and planets do twinkle and flash colors when low on the
The experts say the star would’ve moved slowly over the hour as Jupiter was rising.
So far, no official report from authorities has been given to explain what the lights may have been.
Here are the photo’s:
Source and author: fox2now * kmov UFO
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