Multiple Reports of Fireball Orbs Tonight
I barely ever report UFO Sightings anymore. I feel a lot of ufo bloggers are posting them for the wrong reasons. The majority seem to post for the recognition and website traffic, They're more concerned with the amount of hits they get on a video than if the video is real or fake. I've seen too many fake videos of ufo sightings by ufo bloggers that clearly know the video is not real.
That being said, I don't want to be grouped into that category. I also don't want to glorify the UFO phenomenon because I don't believe they have our best interest, nor do I believe they are from another planet. I have been personally affected them for a big part of my life. That's just my opinion and I may be wrong, but that's what I believe. Moving on...
Tonight people are reporting multiple fireball orbs in various states. This happens every once and awhile. They seem to pick a night to make their appearance known. I'm going to share with you a interesting report and video link that was recently reported on Mufon that I believe to be authentic.
Mufon Report: Long Description of Sighting Case Number 85737 Neosho, MO
Video of Sighting
'I observed at first only one after closing up for the evening, 9:00 is when I noticed the first one, very bright and starting to turn toward the south, they all came from the same location but came into view at different times, the sighting lasted approx. 35 minutes and was viewed from a total of three different vantage points, at times there were 5 in view, all moving west and then south and gaining altitude before they were out if sight. The objects were a bright orange and they pulsated, all were alike in size and color, I was filming with an IPhone to capture what I was watching. I was amazed there were so many, all following the same flight path. And at 10:30 I saw another traveling south and accelerating out of sight.'
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UFO Hunters Get Lost in Massachusetts Blue Hills After Seeing Multiple UFOs
A group of hikers — who were allegedly hunting for UFOs — got lost in Blue Hills Reservation on Thursday night.
Three young hikers who were looking for UFOs got stranded in Blue Hills Reservation and had to be rescued by police Thursday night. But they said their harrowing night on high ground outside Boston paid off.
One of the hikers, Ramona DiFrancesco, 18, said the group saw several UFOs during their journey, including “three bright lights in the formation of a triangle” and a giant orb that looked “bigger than the moon.”
Around 10 p.m., the Massachusetts State Police received reports that a group of hikers got lost in the Milton reservation, State Police spokesman David Procopio said.
“We sent numerous patrols along with K-9 units and a helicopter. They were believed to be in the Buck Hill area of the reservation,” Procopio said in an e-mail to the Globe.
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Procopio said the hikers were located by the helicopter at 10:35 p.m., and officers on the ground led them out of the woods. None of them were hurt, he said.
The three hikers from Plymouth — DiFrancesco, Travis Stoecklin, and Savannah Winship-Cody — said they had ascended Buck Hill to enjoy the views and search the sky. They said they knew exactly where they were but realized when it got dark that it would be dangerous to return the same way they came up the hill.
“The path we took was rocky,” said Winship-Cody, 17, who was wearing slippers at the time.
She said it took them about an hour and a half to reach the top of the hill.
“Our phones were dying,” DiFrancesco said. “We didn’t have any flashlights. We were a little unprepared.”
Stoecklin, 21, said the hike was a “spur of the moment idea,” and after realizing how wet and slippery the conditions were, and how difficult it was to see in the dark, “we weighed [our] options and we decided to call for help,” he said.
Stoecklin said police led them down a different trail on the opposite side of the hill and gave them a ride to their car, where they were intercepted by a reporter from WHDH-TV (Channel 7), who initially broke the story.
Michael Carey, a Boston-area music teacher who started a group on the website Meetup.com for people interested in UFOs, said he was not aware of sightings in the Blue Hills. “There are protocols in place for folks who have the ability, strange as it sounds, to call in interdimensional beings or crafts,” Carey said. “But I don’t think location matters.”
Mysterious Lights Over Charger's Game
Chinese Lanterns are so beautiful and luminous when released into the sky. They look like mini floating fire-pits that engulf the sky. You know, the type of Chinese Lanterns that people report to the media and reporting centers all the time.
I'm always on those high tech type of modified Chinese Lanterns, but for some reason they are never in the stores, but they are always seen in the sky all over the world. You would think you can get them anywhere, but I can only find the original version of the Chinese Lantern. I looked for them at Bed Bath & Beyond because of their "seen on TV" section, but I had no luck. I love how the differ from the original model. They must use batteries underneath the lantern when you release them into the sky because they do everything. They float up, make synchronize patterns, shape shift, and even vanish after. They're so different, they seem out of this world. I bet David Blaine makes them.
Recently, A San Diego newspaper reported that a teenager called the media to alert them that he saw these cool lights an NFL game with his family. Check out the news article below.