November 01, 2012 12:00AM
Two very bright, orange-yellowish, shining lights appear flying very low, overhead in the Northern night sky heading Southeast bound. Appearing to be about 4 or 5 times the size of the Northern Star, they fly significantly close underneath all the fog and clouds. They flew adjacent to each other and were pretty much flying in sync with each other, yet they each seemed to have an individual movement (like two cars driving side by side on a freeway). Seconds go by then the one on the left starts to fade or flicker out. Once the left one goes out, the one on the right follows right behind just mere seconds after.
Again, there were two objects observed. They appeared to have no structure, just very bright with an orange and yellow shine like extremely radiant candle lights or illuminating orbs. Adjacent and almost in sync but still with an individual movement about them.
The weather was completely overcast. The moon and stars were nowhere to be seen and absolutely in no way, shape, or form would be see that night.