Corona, New York Report Five Moving Night Objects

Corona witness reports lights in ‘constant circular pattern’
By Roger Marsh, UFO Examiner

The witness created a sketch of the lights seen on April 3, 2012.

Credits:  MUFON database.
A Corona, NY, witness reports watching more than five lights moving in a “constant circular pattern for approximately an hour” while they expanded in size just after 12:30 a.m. on April 3, 2012, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was outside walking a dog when the lights came into view.

“The light was bothering my eyes,” the witness stated. “I couldn’t see anything and I just looked up. As I did I was astonished and could not believe what I was seeing. I saw approx five-plus lights in a constant, circular motion hovering above me with the blue background and no clouds covering it.”

The witness described the lights.

“It was small in diameter and would remain in a circular motion and these lights would come together to one large circle, then again spread out into these separate individual lights. It was an unusual pattern and I tried to identify what it was.”

The witness is used to seeing lights from common objects from a nearby airport.

The witness became frightened and ran home, but looked again at the object before going inside.

“It literally moved from its stationary spot hovering right above the three-story, residential building that I live in. I ran up the stairs and woke up my family to look outside.”

The witness and several other family members watched the lights over the next 45 minutes. No images or videos were included with the MUFON report, which was filed on April 4, 2012. The witness provided one sketch of the light which can be seen on this page – or downloaded directly from MUFON.

Corona  is a densely-populated neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens, population 98,609.

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