Late fall to midwinter, I witnessed this at least twice over the last few years. Star-like lights of varying colors hovered, danced and disappeared on very clear nights. I was out stargazing a few times over the last few years because I'd heard there would be meteor showers or eclipses. These were definitely not meteors. At first I thought they might be drones or satellites of some sort but they were very fast moving (when they finally moved) and were fairly bright, and I don't think the military would put running lights on drones. It was strange, when I became aware of these lights, they moved not long after I noticed them, kinda zoomed away or disappeared. I felt a little creeped out but mostly mystified. Couldn't for the life of me figure out what I'd seen. I'd assumed they must be UFOs of a military or supernatural nature. They couldn't have been phosphorescent gas balls because most of the times I've seen them were in late fall to midwinter and phosphorescent gases are produced in hot swampy conditions in the summer. My friend told me about this site and told me to report these sightings. Last year was not the first time I'd seen them. I've mostly seen them in the N-NE sky near my home. Appeared to be pretty high up and far away, anywhere from 75* to 90* from the horizon. Possibly high in the atmosphere, maybe they were really big and just looked small. I wish I had had a camera with a telephoto lens. Sorry for the lateness of the report. I just learned about this site and had to share. I'd like to know if anybody else in my area saw them.