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Hot pursuit of two UFOs over North Carolina by interceptor fighter jets

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posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 11:31 AM
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Hot pursuit of two UFOs over North Carolina by interceptor fighter jets


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My family and I were sitting on the beach at Salter Path, North Carolina. I noticed what I thought was a very bright star, but it was moving and appeared to be blinking.
It was followed for about 15 seconds by a smaller looking red dot, which disappeared. The first star-like object was making very erratic movements, which appeared to be twirling.
It came close enough to shore that I could make out the outline of a disc-shaped object which was clearly spinning, with red and white lights around the edges of the middle section of the disc.
The UFO then flew further away, but we could still s
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posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 11:31 AM
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Just came across this this morning. Has anyone heard anything about this i know for a fact we have members in north carolina. I know this would not be the first time someone saw a UFO being chased by a fighter jet. I don't know too much about the examiner all i know is that it is not allnews anyone have anyomore info?

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[edit on 28-8-2009 by zaiger]



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 11:33 AM
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I like the story but the examiner ----Tabloid paper
duck here comes tthe flamers



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 11:56 AM
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Well the original story broke through MUFON and ufocasebook so there is some credibility to this case.
Here is the rest of the story:


The UFO then flew further away, but we could still see the light from it which seemed to blink from the rotation of the craft.

A second one joined it, and began to follow it very erratically. The second one then began to ascend to the upper part of the sky very rapidly. After a few minutes, two military planes tore across the sky in pursuit of the craft, which took off. At this point both craft disappeared.

By now, we had all been following the craft for 45 minutes. When the two planes (clearly planes, as the flight pattern was very straight and had no inexplicable, rapid fluctuations unlike the other two lights) came in pursuit, the two discs took off. A very low flying plane closely followed the two jets.

About 20 minutes later, we witnessed something hovering stationary over the water for roughly 30 seconds, then slowly move forward towards the beach.

Once it reached the shore, it flew sideways, and then began to move forward again.

It had two red lights, one on the left and right sides of the front of the craft, and a white light in the middle of the two red ones. There was also a white or orange light possibly on the underside of the craft flashing downwards.

My family and I have been going to this same part of Salter Path for 19 years. Never before have we seen anything like this. All of us are used to seeing planes and helicopters flying at night, as there is a military base in the vicinity (Johnson Air Force Base).

The motions of the lights were such that it would be impossible for a plane or a helicopter. Furthermore, we identified a disc-shaped object to be the source of the lights.

permanent link: www.ufocasebook.com...

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Submitted through www.mufon.com

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Very interesting account, thanks for sharing.



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 12:03 PM
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i'm in nc, i'll watch local news and see if its covered.

We have alot of military aircraft flying around here. my house and my parents live under a military air traffic lane...it is run to watch them fly by thou.

It's gotten to the point that we can tell if its a plane or a chopper just from the sound.



posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 12:53 PM
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The examiner is not a tabloid but
an association of 110 local newspapers




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