It was approximately 7pm eastern in the city of Columbia, SC, my wife, my kids, and myself were heading to the hospital to visit a family member when out of nowhere my wife asks, what is in the sky ? I looked over her from my seat in the passenger side of the van and was also curious as to what we were looking at so we pulled over.
We were on a not so busy road that runs along side interstate I – 26 heading to Lexington hospital and we watched what at first looked like military airplanes because of what looked like a contrail, however they did not move fast at all and at times looked to just hover and the so called contrail was not a contrail after all. Video click link below and blow up to full screen to see some of the objects in video.
Excuse the F-bomb img_5889 My next thought was meteorite rocks must be in the sky, however once again, I seen hundreds of meteorites in the sky and these definitely were not meteorite rocks. there was 3 rows of two with one being many miles behind the others. there was a very very large dark cloud in the distance and they headed towards this cloud but before they would reach the cloud they went from looking long (like a streak or a meteor with that tail kind of thing) to morphing into what looked like flat disk objects.
These objects two at a time reached the giant black cloud and never came back out.
I know if these were planes they would have to move faster then they did which was almost still and if they were space rocks you would see them only for a second if your lucky. If they were space rocks in our atmosphere we would have seen them maybe a few more seconds but we would have heard them sizzle also.
We heard no noise and I promise you that these did not fit any of the conventional explanations we would normally put on something like this.
The good news is 4 of us seen them and this time we have pictures. What do you think we captured? Michael Vara www.latenightinthemidlands.com
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