Soldier reports 'glowing green orb' at Fort Sill Army post

Jul 17, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

From the soldier's point of view, the object appeared to briefly stop in the air, then moved to ground level.

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tigerpearl

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Jul 29, 2012
 
I saw orange orbs coming from the fireworks on july 4 in lawton. They traveled north, made no sound. I looked at them with binoculars, black sphere. My last post was taken off for some reason.......
tigerpearl

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Jul 29, 2012
 
Let's see if this post stays on the forum. These orbs were not fireworks, but large solid objects that traveled several miles.
Anonymous

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Jul 31, 2012
 
If true, sounds like defective solid material that was accidentally mixed into the composition of the fireworks, and released after the combustion of the fireworks. Because the fireworks on July 4th at Lawton, Texas would have been seen by a great many people, there should be a high number of reports by others claiming to see the same thing that you claim to see. You seem to be the only one making such a claim. The event should even have been on the news. After all, such an event as you claim would be very unusual at a firework display and great care by highly experienced experts goes into the preparation of fireworks and their launchings. And some people who watch fireworks also bring cameras to take pictures of them or film them. That would have been part of a news segment, as well, if camera people were there.
tigerpearl

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Aug 2, 2012
 
Well, the solid sphere I saw traveled about three miles before it dissapeared over the rooftop behind me. It was absolutely not ejected material from the fireworks. I'm not too surprised no one else saw it. That area is not heavily populated north of the lake. We only noticed it because it went right over our heads. Everyone else was watching the fireworks.
The Informer

Coraopolis, PA

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Aug 4, 2012
 
Strange flying crafts; strange unidentified flying objects have, for a long time, took an interest in nuclear facilities and military bases. Personnel at such places visited by such strange flying phenomena can be a bit scared. Extraterrestials that visit the earth are peaceful and simply curious. After visiting some particular area on earth, the extraterrestials soon leave, and visit another particular spot, soon leave, and so forth until they go home, returning to the stars.
tigerpearl

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Aug 5, 2012
 
Who said we were scared?

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