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VIDEO: Indiana Police Capture Spooky Footage of Strange Lights in the Sky

This is just too weird…

As a police officer, you never truly know what your job might bring.  No two days are exactly the same, and every law enforcement officer with any real experience will tell you just how surprising their career has been.

For a couple of cops in India, this week will certainly be one the they won’t soon forget.

A pair of cops in Indiana were left scratching their heads earlier this week when they spotted a puzzling cluster of lights hovering in the night sky. According to a local media report, the perplexing sighting occurred on Monday evening in the city of Evansville as officer Trendon D’mechi and his partner were out on patrol. Stopped at an intersection, the duo noticed an odd series of lights in the sky which seemed to form a line. D’mechi managed to capture the scene on video using his cell phone and the footage was subsequently shared by the Evansville Police Department, who told residents that “our officers may have found something from out of this world tonight. Don’t worry though, we will be keeping an eye out for little green creatures tonight.”

In the video (which can be seen below), D’mechi gazes up at the odd lights and wonders, with an almost plaintive wail, “what are those, man?” His partner can be heard observing that they appear to be “staying in place” and “there’s like ten of them.” D’mechi subsequently muses that they must be drones, before asking with exasperation “why are they in a line?” He ultimately theorizes that, whatever the oddities might be, they seemed to originate from nearby Kentucky, which borders Evansville.

The video is simply wild.

The officers claim that they attempted to reach the source of the lights, but that the anomalies vanished before they could get anywhere near.

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