This may sound odd, but i want to see if anyone else witnessed this. i was walking my son out to his car, saying goodnight this evening. i noticed venus and pointed it out. this was approx. 9:10 p.M. pst. still looking up, he said, "cool, a satellite!" we sat there watching a parade of ~20 - 25 of these things, whatever they were, at regular intervals following each other, with only 1 or 2 taking a parallel position to another, for the next 20-30 minutes. we just kept saying "there's another one, there's another one". i kept joking it was a bunch of "aurora" craft. most were heading ne, (like they were coming from orion in the sw, and on through the big dipper) 1 of them we spotted came in heading due e, then turned due s, not following the other's behavior at all. i don't think a satellite can turn. we have no idea what they were, we couldn't see any strobe/flash like you see on regular planes, and if there weren't so many, at such regular intervals.. like i said, initially we thought it was 1 satellite. any ideas? we are in the everett wa area.