Over the course of the past two weeks, several UFO reports from Syracuse/Canastota have caught our attention. It looks like we have two more reports from last week to add to the list. This time, these reports don't seem connected, but seem weird just the same. 

Our first report comes from just North of the Syracuse area, reported from Adams New York on Route 11 from Watertown to Adams at about 11:45PM on May 9th. The poster explains to Mufon that they saw lights on the road that just didn't make sense.

At first it looked to me like maybe a fire truck up ahead or something but the closer we got the less sense the image we were seeing made. We continued in their direction, and came up on them fast, within seconds.

They were in fact closer to us than I thought, maybe a quarter mile from where we first noticed the lights. We had to slow down fast or we would have driven right underneath and past them. Boyfriend came to a stop so these things were drifting across the road right in front of us. We were driving south on Rt. 11 so they were drifting across the road in a south/west direction, and right over the road in front of us they turned around and drifted back the direction they had been coming from; north/east. Because they turned around in front of us we got to see just about every angle of these things except the top, so it was not an optical illusion and we could tell how close they were to each other and to us. We saw them up close, clearly, and in 3D.

It was dark, but there were street lights and our headlights and they had blinking lights, red and white only, the whole time we saw them. I had turned off the heat and radio as we came upon them, and I immediately stuck my head right out the window for the best angle, and two things struck me right away. First; the silence. They made no noise that I could detect above the noise of our vehicle, which is not loud. Second; their proximity to each other. They were so close together I would think they would be bumping into each other. When they turned around I thought we were going to witness a crash, they were only a few feet from each other. And they never split up when they were in our sights, but they moved independently, not like they were attached.

The craft were about the size of limousines, lazily floating over the road not far above the telephone polls. They were both triangular, but they were not the same. One was a wider triangle, like you might picture a military drone or something, but the other one was a skinny pointy triangle. Both had, I believe, red blinking lights in the front corner on the bottom, and white blinking lights on the side corners on the bottom."

The poster goes on to explain that the crafts were triangular in shape,  and the lights were completely featureless.

There was no light reflecting off them, and there should have been. There were all these lights like I said, and not one glimmer of a reflection off any part of them. And the lights that came off them were bright but not blinding; there was no glare, even so close. And my eyes have a problem with glare and bright lights. But not these.

After they turned around and we just gawked for what seemed like minutes but must have been seconds, a spotlight shown coming from the side of I THINK the skinny one, right off the tip of the wing or side corner of the triangle. It shown in our direction but I think it shown over us not right on us... and then they were drifting over the trees back in the direction they seemed to have come from."

The poster doesn't entirely feel that the crafts were aliens, but feel it could have been some sort of "secret technology" from Fort Drum.

While down the thruway in Clifton Park (In The Albany area), another report that had video caught our attention. The poster feels they caught "anti-gravity technology". You can watch that video by Clicking Here.