Glowing pinkish-red ovals flying very fast(Related report submitted for 9/12/02 in Ft. Walton Beach, FL. http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/028/S28061.html) After the events depicted in that report, I was outside specifically looking for other strange behavior in the skies. First sighting: ~11pm ---------------------- I was outside my Breakers hotel room watching the low clouds from "Hannah" storm roll inland. In one formation of the changing clouds, they were close to left and right, and significantly further out to see toward the middle.From the left, I saw a faint pinkish glow coming from just inside of the clouds.It travelled along the beach, remaining in the cloud cover, going very fast.The really weird part of this was that it remained just inside of the clouds the entire way - going out to sea in the middle, and back inland as it passed by the right. It seemed to want to stay inside the clouds, and it also seemed to pick up speed as it passed by to the right. In my notes, I wrote down that the speed was "scary!" Both the surf and wind were very loud, so that was all I heard. Second sighting: ~11:50pm -------------------------- I was still on the balcony watching the clouds roll in. At this point, they were more choppy. 2 glowing oval objects flew from behind me out to sea and eventually disappeared into the oncoming clouds. I saw no structure, only glowing ovals - each about the size of nickel at arm's length. They were flying together, yet independently. Their flight paths were eratic as they flew straight out to the sea (directly toward the storm). I tried to depict this scene in the enclosed rough sketch. I am an Electrical Engineer and I am fairly familiar with traditional airplane capabilities. I believe that these ovals were intelligently controlled, were not based on air-foil technology, and that no person could have ridden in a vehicle that moved in such fashions. - Note to the moderator - Please excuse the lateness of this report, but I was waiting until I had drawn a better picture of it but I got busy with other things (the picture I'm sending is not the quality I wanted to produce, but it gets the job done).I just read a recent report (http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/044/S44378.html) that depicted an object very similar to what I described here and my interest was renewed. In fact, I'd like to share this picture with the person that made that report and see if it matches what they saw. If you could facilitate this, I would appreciate it.Thank you.