"It was an orange ball in the air and it looked like it was on fire."
- Richard L. Johnson, Technical Engineer, General Motors
August 24, 2007 Mount Morris, Michigan - A month ago on Saturday, July 14th, high strangeness took place in the English county of Warwickshire at a pub in Shakespeare’s home town of Stratford-upon-Avon. The pub is called The Lone Elm on Birmingham Road in the center of town. That night around 10:30 PM, at least eight employees and about one hundred people in the pub, all watched orange lights move into a formation in the sky. The lights stopped still in a pattern that did not change for nearly a half hour. And there was no sound. See Earthfiles 072707.
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