Blue Orb UFO. NW Moore. Drifting south to north. it was slow but not as slow as a plane. it was out of my view within 15 seconds. I would say it was a few city blocks away from me weather was clear
5 lights in V formation-no sound- it was dull as there was fog coming down it did not go out of formation. same as night before only it was slightly more east and south 5 lights it stayed in formation and dull as there was high fog ((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))
I was driving on I-35 coming from Ponca City, OK towards Norman/Oklahoma City, OK, around 7:30 pm and it was pitch black outside with a pretty thick fog, so it was nearly impossible to see any signs or landmarks...or even drive. Myself and other cars were going around 45-55 mph due to the fog. All of a sudden I see a bright orange-ish light, thinking it was the moon.. maybe an eclipse of some kind. As I drove closer to the light I realized it was not the sun/moon and it had a prominent shape to it. It was round and divided up (like a calzone looks). The sky completely lit up bright orange! It was so bright it looked like it was at the peak of the day. I kept driving and there were more maybe 10 altogether. These were not moving, just stationary in the sky and I did not hear any sound coming from them. Not blurry, not far away, VERY PROMINENT SHAPES!!! This was around marker 170-180 (I didn't look because I was so scared at the time but it was in that range) After driving underneath these object all of the cars proceeded to drive around 95-100+ mph out of that 'area'. I also called 911 which transferred me to highway patrol and they said they would "send someone out there" but seemed to have no knowledge of any projects with an aircraft like that being out there at that time.
5 lights in v formation - then began to move independently. Then, lights out was how it disappeared V shape no body consisted of 5 formation lights. They began to change formation then lights out. ((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))
2 Amber Orbs Above Lake Overholser Area 2 bright Orange or Amber colored Spherical crafts aligned horizontally. They appeared to be about 1/4 mile or less apart from each other. The 2 crafts made no sound. After a couple of minutes of watching, one craft disappeared. The remaining craft was still visible for about 30 seconds until it ascended straight up and out of sight. This occurred while walking with my son and his friend in NW OKC. ((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))
On December 1, 2013, a strange event was reported in Norman, Oklahoma, United States, where an observer noticed five lights moving in a V formation. The lights, which he claimed were dull due to the fog, remained in formation and were observed in almost the same spot the night before. Interestingly, the lights seemed to have changed their location, moving slightly more east and south.
Along I-35, between Ponca City and Norman, another baffling incident occurred on the same day. Amid the pitch dark and thick fog, a driver spotted a bright orange light in the sky, initially assuming it to be the moon. As the driver moved closer, it became apparent that it was not the celestial body, but a round object divided similar to a calzone. As per the driver, the sky lit up brightly with orange light, and around ten such objects were stationary in the sky. The objects were silent, clear, and quite close. It caused a stir among the drivers, who rushed out of the area at high speeds.
The spectacular sightings did not stop there. On November 30, 2013, an observer claimed to have spotted five lights in a V formation which later moved independently around Norman, Oklahoma. This event had a unique ending – the lights simply went out and disappeared, maintaining the city’s growing reputation for inexplicable phenomena. The numerous sightings reported in such a short span evoke curiosity and spark questions about what was truly happening in the skies above Norman, Oklahoma during that period.