posted on May, 3 2015 @ 05:13 PM
I know this thread is ancient but I don't think I can start one and I have something new to add to this topic. I was in Myrtle Beach recently and I
saw these orbs. They were flashing on and off and flying around.
I kept watching, and I realized they wouldn't completely disappear every time. They could reduce themselves to the size of a star. They literally
looked like stars just moving about the sky in every direction, and at any speed.
Now after a while of watching these "stars" that fly around and light up into huge orbs, i notice something amazing. Every time these "stars"
would light up into orbs (this had to have been an incredibly intense amount of light these things were giving off) another "star" would pop out of
the orb. These things kept duplicating like that until there was about 15-20 of these "stars" flying around.
One of them posted up directly under the moon and the rest scattered about on either side of the moon but at the same altitude as the one directly
under the moon and just sat there. After about 3 minutes, 2 of the "stars" to the left of the moon simultaneously started moving toward each other
and switched posts. I watched for about another hour, but only 2 more moved and it was very subtle. We finally gave up and headed out for the
I don't know how long these "stars" stayed posted there, I had to leave in the morning so I couldn't check the next night, but they were sitting
there for the hour and a half i watched from my room. The crazy thing is that they were "stars". If i hadn't caught them getting into position I
would have thought "wow the stars are out tonight", when in reality it was a bunch of these things motionless, disguised as stars.
Just had to share the experience and confirm that there is indeed something going on off the shores of Myrtle Beach. Come up with whatever explanation
you want, but as a person that has seen these things first hand, there isn't one.