Monday, November 19, 2012
The orange light phenomena continues across U.S. skies with strong waves of cases hitting UFO reporting centers, according to data collected by National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) Director Peter Davenport.
Davenport reported that there was a sharp increase in orange light reports on November 10 and 11, 2012. Then another spike appeared to be occurring November 17.
We previously reported that these sightings were on the increase in: National reports of 'fireball objects' over past year.
A series of reports were filed with NUFORC over a 172-minute period November 17, 2012, between 5 p.m. and 7:52 p.m. Data for the evening is not complete, but here is edited witness testimony for the cases reported so far.
5 p.m., Jersey City, NJ
"We were looking out of the kitchen window towards the south, kind of out over Newark airport," the reporting witness stated. "We saw three orange glows in the sky. At first, I thought it must be the sun or moon, but they were clearly distinct shapes and they were moving kind of toward the left and downward until they finally disappeared behind the houses in the distance. I would say they were not some kind of optical illusion, nor did they appear to be some kind of reflection caused by the sun. They were definitely not airplanes."
Originally posted by Kr0nZ
Definitely emergency vehicle light or construction / utility vehicle lights, some of you say they are too bright but those vehicle lights are SUPPOSE to be bright. I have seen this before, especially on foggy days.