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Originally posted by Turbohale
If you watch the video of the news report attributed to this incident the female on site reporter says there are reports of debris washing up on the beach, but this was quickly denied by the official authorites...
1)first reports of debris
2)Authorities deny this
3)Whole area closed with a cover story
Sounds more and more like a second Roswell to me
Originally posted by HighDefinitionFilms
Here is the crazy/ordinary part.
Only way I can describe it...
The MOON was at the horizon, like a sunrise or something,
directly over the Atlantic Ocean. I would say it was a little
north of Avalon- like Sea Isle I think.
But the weird part was this-
IT WAS THE BIGGEST I EVER SAW THE MOON-
and I have seen 36 years of moons in my life.
It was TOTALLY ORANGE, and there was slow moving
black shapes (sort of like clouds, but not)
and frankly, the whole thing really looked
like JUPITER off the NJ coast.
I was freaked out.
I got home, and I did not have a camera.
Now I need to read this entire thread- but wow-
somehow I must think this is all connected-
because that was NOT normal.
Originally posted by observe50
Doesn't New Jersey have Ufologist, I will look into that and make a call to them if they do.
Originally posted by danx
There's one NJ Ufologist that I know/can think of: Stanton Friedman. I wonder if he's aware of this. It would be interesting if we could get someone like that involved.
Stanton Terry Friedman (July 29, 1934) is an American physicist and ufologist, currently residing in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
We saw UFOs and US jets chasing them off the ocast of Ocean City NJ. Dont belive this BS report.
Reports: 'Fireball' Crashes into Water Off New Jersey
TOMS RIVER (1010 WINS) -- A fiery streak across the sky got the attention of the Coast Guard Saturday night, after the reported fireball crashed into the waters off the Jersey Shore.
Concerned calls started coming in from South Carolina to Long Island about 9 p.m.
Coast Guard boats were searching near the site of the reported impact, off Normandy Beach in Toms River, about 10 miles off shore. No debris has been found in the water.