“At about 6 pm on Friday, August 20, I went out to our north-facing balcony towards Boston to speak to my father on the phone. The sky was clear except for small light clouds. Suddenly I noticed two black hawk helicopters. "flying southwest of Boston, which was a strange sight.
I have lived here for almost five years and have seen overflights during military exercises, but never two such helicopters. They turned and flew back towards the city. This happened several times while I was on the phone. I called my brother out to the balcony to look at them. He filmed them and then returned to the house. There was a crash throughout this event, we actually heard it from the inside before I got out.
I had a nice chat with my dad, I was using Airpods, and decided to look around to see if there were any other military aircraft, maybe the one that was making noise. I looked straight up, 90 degrees overhead and saw objects. There were four of them that I could see.
They soared at great heights. They flickered, but not consistently, as if they were reflecting from the sun. It seemed that one or two of them were colored, red and some kind of green. These were not the lights on the starboard or port side of the aircraft. We can see flights from the airport here and it was nothing like that. I would also like to point out that we are at the highest point in Boston.
My view is unobstructed. I called my brother to observe the objects with me. He confirmed that he saw them, brought binoculars, and we watched them hover and move smoothly for about 20 minutes. The helicopters continued to circle. We then watched an A10 Warthog military aircraft fly at low altitude in the southwest.
All this time, commercial aircraft were visible at different heights and from different directions. We did not observe any aircraft on the flight path. My brother is a veteran police officer, experienced observer, skeptic and intelligent person, and he confirmed that he saw what I saw.
We watched a commercial airliner fly at high altitude between objects and our field of view, so they had to be above the average commercial altitude. There were no reactive traces either."