“It’s the end of the world,” one onlooker can be heard saying, as bright, pulsating orange lights hover eerily in the distance. But while this mysterious apparition has been spotted in the skies above France more than once, its source remains a mystery.

The video above, uploaded to the Section 51 YouTube account, shows a group of brilliant, flame-orange objects hovering in the sky, as those observing it talk excitedly about what their source may be.

“They definitely don’t look like planes,” one voice can be heard saying, describing the objects as “flashing orange and red lights.”

In February, French Tabloid Sud Ouest published a similar video, along with the story of a woman’s observation of the strange aerial phenomena she managed to film:

Most residents of the small town of Vals de Saintonge wouldn’t dare utter the word “UFO”. But seeing one is just the claim of the two who observed a luminous phenomenon in the sky this week.

Thursday night around 11:30, Lydia Brown saw something strange in the sky. “It was late, and my son was asleep. I went into the kitchen to get a drink of water when I saw a very bright light in the sky. What is that this star moving strangely in the sky, I thought, and I called my husband.”

Coincidence or chance, Lydia Brown is not the only one to have observed the phenomenon. Samuel, a 33- year-old man living in Saint-Georges-du-Bois, also saw a very bright light. But this time, it was Wednesday night, near Saint-Jean-de-Liversay, a sixty kilometers distance from the first observation.

“I was on the road back home to ChaillĂ©-les-Marais, a few kilometers before Marans, when I saw a white light on the horizon. It shone over the Bellows Atlantic company’s building. I saw a sort of triangle, with three very bright lights. When I got near the place, everything was gone.”

The young man, whose father works in aeronautics, waited several days before sharing his story with the police. “I don’t think I imagined seeing this.”

Is there any connection between the sightings, and if so, what were the objects people had reported seeing?

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Micah Hanks

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Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.

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