Where Do These Balls Of Light Come From

Apr 1, 2021

On March 31, 2021, strange ball of lights have been observed over Louisiana and Illinois. Where do they come from?

Ball of light flying over Lake Charles, Louisiana. 
Witness noticed a light doing some pretty incredible acrobatics before he remembered my cell phone camera. The night was partly cloudy and pretty windy but the light seemed not to react to the wind conditions at all.
The ball of light seemed to be at about 3000 Ft. altitude and appeared to descend just into the cloud deck and bob in and out eventually coming to a hover near the bottom of the clouds. ( Estimate 2500 ft.)
There was no noise and it seemed to move effortlessly in any direction. The speed seemed excessive for a drone at the altitude it appeared to be at. Mufon case 114498.
Ball of light moving in straight-line path above Mc Cullum Lake, Illinois. 
Witness was at the intersection of McCullom Lake Rd and Richmond Rd in McHenry when I saw the ball of light above McCullom Lake moving at a speed a lower plane would probably move at.
It consisted of a single fiery orange glow, mainly round in shape, but the bright area within the round shape was not consistent in its position or intensity.
The light continued in an east-southeast direction for about 30-45 more seconds before it became more distant and disappeared; then the sky was completely dark in the place it one was. Mufon case 114499.

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