There was indeed an outstanding sighting of starcraft flotilla the night of Oct. 23-24, (7:00 pm, EDT), at the intersection of Rte. 7 & Rte. 41 near the Pennsylvania-Delaware border (Kaolin, PA).
Looks like Star Nations couldn't wait for Oct. 24 daytime to get started with their mass displays-of-presence.
I checked the energy signature of those sky objects and they are Star Nations craft, not Cabal antigravity craft.
I quick-counted 6 reports of groups of crafts sighted the night of Oct. 23-24 alone, plus additional single-craft sightings, and sightings a day or so before the night of Oct. 23-24, from observations reported into the MUFON organization, and other cases gathered by the UFO Examiner publication[www.examiner.com/ufo-in-national/ufo-traffic-report-october-24-2010]. That UFO Examiner report follows.
"An Avondale, PA, witness traveling north along Route 41 reports "more than 100" red-orange lights traveling at high speed on October 23, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26082.
A California wedding photographer reports capturing two groups of UFOs "in a huge circle that were glowing in the mid afternoon" on September 4, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26079. The video clip uploaded does not appear to be working as this UFO Traffic Report is being created.
A Texas witness describes two "stars" that should not have been there on October 23, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26077. The two lights eventually faded until they could no longer be seen.
A witness from Hawaii - where we don't get too many reports from - describes a large, blue sphere on October 23, 2010, moving overhead in MUFON Case # 26076. As the object moved away, it turned red, and then disappeared - as though someone turned the light off.
A group of New Jersey witnesses driving along the Garden State Highway near the "exit to Paterson" watched "four, round, white lights" that were "pretty huge in size" on October 23, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26074. "These lights would get spread apart from each other and then cluster back together. We drove for around 5 to 6 miles and they were above our car all this time playing in the sky in the same way, spreading apart and then clustering back together. This lasted for almost 15 to 20 minutes until they started fading away." The reporting witness uploaded three images - nothing really there in the first two; maybe some discussion on the third - but it's pretty bad as well.
A New Jersey witness reports two star-like objects in the sky where stars should not have been that moved in formation on October 23, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26073. A short time after being spotted, the objects disappeared.
Two Arizona witnesses report watching "two orbs revolving around each other" on October 23, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26072. The objects were moving "too fast to be balloons on a still night." The objects did not emit light, but reflected light from below.
A Missouri witness reports an orange globe "on fire" as it passed overhead on October 22, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26069.
A Washington, Iowa, witness reports a star-like object that quickly faded on October 21, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26068.
A group of four Massachusetts witnesses watched three lights "in a perfect line" with a bright light to the left flashing red; and a bright light to the right flashing blue on October 21, 2010, in MUFON Case # 26067. "All lights were a perfect distance from one another."
[end of MUFON & UFO Examiner reports.]
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