Several orange orbs with yellow sperical extension on top moved vertically and horizontally making no sound and came within 100′ of me.

While walking North on the beach, first one, then two, then three red/orange lights appeared to the North. I thought they were aircraft turning on landing lights at 10k feet, but the color looked odd. After they approached closer I could see they were much closer and smaller than I thought. There was a fog bank over the shore at the Glider Port. The objects increased in numbers then decreased many times. Some appeared to fall quickly and extinguish quickly like candle baloons, and some would increase altitude straight up at approx. 10 ft/sec or faster.

Later some traveled south over the beach before rising and turning around. A couple traveled further south past me at about 100 ft elevation and one was about 100 ft from me. There was no sound. One that passed me turned around and headed north just off shore and over the west end of the parking lot. It remained at about 100 ft or less. All vanished, each taking seconds to lose their light. None seemed to be tied or sync’d together but independent. They all seemed to be controlled. They seemed very much like candle baloons, but their ascention rate and their speed over ground was much faster than air currents could take them. There was no evidence of any propulsion method yet they did change speed and direction at times.

My hat is off to anyone doing this if it is a prank. Very good job! Lights they emitted looked to be orange flame with yellow translucent sphere over the top of it like plastic bag baloon might appear, but other physical qualities such as rate of movements suggest some other kind of propulsion. ?????

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SMiles Lewis has had a lifelong interest in all things anomalous. An early age proclivity at recalling his nightly dreams as well as several personal experiences with ESP, precognition and dream switching bolstered his interest in the paranormal. Shortly after high-school he joined the local MUFON chapter in Austin, Texas. He would later become a MUFON State Section Director for that group as well as leader of the local UFO Experiencer Support and Study Group. A lover of books, SMiles collected over 1000 titles before founding the non-profit Anomaly Archives that serves as the lending library of the Scientific Anomaly Institute (501c3). For over twenty years he has worked with digital audio, video and other bleeding edge internet technologies. He has published his own print journal (E.L.F. Infested Spaces), edited a local paranormal newspaper (Austin Para Times), maintained a large network of websites (, organized a national UFO conference (NUFOC-38), spoken to anthropologists about UFOs and parapsychology (Encounters with the Fantastic), hosted (and been a guest on) both terrestrial and webradio talk shows and has been podcasting since before the phrase existed. All these efforts and more have led radio talk show host Robert Larson to describe Miles as a “Gonzo Alt-Media Proprietor and Informationalist.” He is also the LOWFI-Texas State Bureau Chief of The League of Western Fortean Intermediatists. SMiles’ current projects include co-hosting PsiOp-Radio with Mack White as part of the many unique shows airing daily on his ANOMALY RADIO Network. He is active with several local non-profits which includes his service on the board of directors for the Institute for Neuroscience And Consciousness Studies (INACS) and the Scientific Anomaly Institute‘s lending library, the Anomaly Archives. His writings can be found within the Archives of his print journal ELFIS and ANOMALY Magazine. In his day job with the Texas State Library and Archives Commission‘s Talking Book Program he manages a Volunteer Recording Studio and audio duplication department and has been a consultant on two digital audio development documents for the Library of Congress‘ National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
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