Deming, New Mexico

July, 2006, Page 16

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WOW!  Take a look at these…

Tuesday, July 18, 2006, 10:00pm








Monday, July 17, 2006, 9:00-10:00pm















In the early morning of Wednesday, July 12, 2006, 1:30am, Ann spotted these Lights on the Florida Mountains to our west.

Light number 1 was the southernmost Light. In the 4 photos we took, Light number 1 never moved.

Light number 2 was the brightest. Through the 4 photos, Light number 1 did not show in the first photo. However, in the other 3 photos, Light number 2 DID move. It moved down into the mountain where it disappeared. If you look closely, you can see where Light number 2 moves to the east side (our side) of the mountain before disappearing.

Light number 3 was fairly bright. But, it too, never moved through the 4 photos.

These Lights we have seen only twice before to our west.

I enlarged the Lights and contrasted them.

Surely more High Strangeness in New Mexico…









Monday, July 10, 2006, 9:00-9:45pm MDT
The weather has hindered our picture taking
lately. It's been cloudy, rainy, windy and dusty.
The conditions have been horrendous. Well, it
IS monsoon season (finally) out here in the desert.

We did get photos of three different Lights. They
were all extremely active. In photos 26, 40 & 41,
the Light slowly descended to a mountain. In photo
41, if you look carefully, you can see the Light on our
side of the mountain.  This is looking toward the East.

Yet again, High Strangeness in New Mexico…


First Light



Second Light




Third Light


Sunday, July 02, 2006, 9:00-10:30pm

We got pictures of four Lights tonight.  Good shots!  Enjoy.


We haven't been able to take pictures for several days due to our weather.  It's been cloudy, windy and just generally lousy these past nights.  Hopefully, things will get better and we'll get more photos…








This morning, Sunday, July 02, 2006, 12:00am MDT, Ann and I saw this burning object falling from our western sky.

It was just above the mountaintop and didn't last very long.  We only managed one photo due to the rapid movement of the object.

This, we believe, could have been a piece of the asteroid's tail (Asteroid 2004 XP14) entering Earth's atmosphere.

Anyway, here is the photo.  I sent to media one photo marked explaining what's in the photo.  One original photo (unmarked) and one enlargement of the burning object.  Also, I contrasted the enlargement.



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