A new witness came forward April 13, 2011, from a North Carolina case with multiple witnesses involving lights seen over Wrightsville Beach on June 22, 2010, according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
The new witness discovered two MUFON reports from the same location and date/time and decided to file a report – MUFON Case # 28655.
This witness reports being closer to the lights.
“In both cases, the yacht club members and the couple, they were both further away then I was,” the witness stated. “The yacht club is about a mile from the pier, and the pier is a few hundred yards away from where I was.”
While the original witnesses saw lights in a triangle formation, this witness at a closer location saw something different.
“I was out for a run on the beach and I saw a triangular object rise out of the ocean maybe 150-200 feet away from my spot on the beach. I was scared so I did not approach. It was a pretty dark night, but some stars were out. I could tell it was a solid object because when they orange/red lights in a triangular pattern rose from the water, the space in between the lights blocked out the stars behind it, indicating to me it was a solid object.”
The witness described the object’s movements.
“The object hovered about 50 feet above the water for maybe 10-15 seconds, and then shot off horizontally, then upwards from a dead-stand-still to incredible speeds with no sounds of engine thrust.”
Further down the beach, the witness saw the lights a second time. Then 10 minutes later, “fighter jets began to fly overhead and I could hear at least one helicopter.”
In the first report of this case made on June 24, 2010, in MUFON Case # 23924, the witnesses include nine guests at a beach house where they first 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,” the reporting witness stated. “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.”
The group members all agreed the objects were not manmade.
“The movement was too fluid, and the speed at which it divided was extremely fast and yet controlled. The sighting was at 9:35 p.m., and then at 9:37 p.m.”
This group also reported a military presence afterwards.
“Shortly afterwards, we saw helicopters descending on the area over the ocean where we witnessed it. At around 11:45 p.m., two fighter jets flew by, parallel to the coast. Why were they flying so close to a residential beach town?”
In the second report of this case made on June 29, 2010, in MUFON Case # 24031, a couple walking along the beach also report strange lights.
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