June 26, 2010

One Becomes Nine as Multiple UFO Orbs Invade the Skies Over Wrightsville Beach

Well I guess I need to add a UFO label for the index now that I'm doing my third posts on UFOs. I just can't help it, there's something fun about local UFO reports. There right up there with stories about ghosts and local legends. And true to form, I had to add a cartoon to liven up the post.

This account was not only logged with MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) but was also covered by the Wrightsville Beach Lumina News and the Charlotte Examiner. I guess when you have a report of multiple orbs, US fighter jets and various military helicopters, it becomes newsworthy.

Here's the account from MUFON:
Nine people at a beach house near the Carolina Yacht Club in Wrightsville Beach, NC saw a ball of reddish orange light blinking erratically, silently in the distance over the ocean. A small white light appeared out of nowhere, close to the object, then they disappeared. Then about 2 minutes later, it reappeared and we saw it divide instantaneously into nine orbs, assembled into a horizontal V formation, after which it disappeared in a couple of seconds. There was no sound and no other aircraft around, and it was about 10 degrees over the ocean's horizon, about 1 to 2 miles away. We were all shocked and we all agreed that what we saw was not manmade. The movement was too fluid, and the speed at which it divided was extremely fast and yet controlled. The sighting was at 9:35pm, and then at 9:37pm. Shortly afterwards, we saw helicopters descending on the area over the ocean where we witnessed it. At around 11:45pm, two fighter jets flew by, parallel to the coast. Why were they flying so close to a residential beach town at that time of night? The next day, military helicopters flew up and down the beach all day long, nonstop.

And here are links to the Lumina News and Examinere stories:
•Lumina News-Wrightsville UFO sighting: orange ball forms V formation
•Examiner-Wrightsville UFO sighting: orange ball forms V formation
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