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Occurred : 8/14/2010 22:30 (Entered as : 08/14/2010 22:30 PM)
Reported: 8/14/2010 9:04:53 PM 21:04
Posted: 8/24/2010
Location: Warren, NH
Shape: Sphere
Duration:10 minutes
Golden orange orb or sphere shape object viewed from White Mountain National Forest

The incident occurred around 10:45 PM August 14, 2010. Elevation: 970 feet. The location of the incident Warren, New Hampshire, in White Mountains national forest near Mooshillaukee Mountain, off route 118. We were facing in a North West direction sitting at a campfire with low flame as we were at the end of our time outdoors.

Calmly we were discussing and chatting, when my mother asked me, "What is that?" I got up and went toward the fireplace to look around the canopy opening. I then saw a glowing orb shape the size was a quarter of the size of the moon. The color was gold orange and the object was slowly crossing the horizon.

I went through possibilities in my mind of what it could be. It was not a planet as it moved. It was not a coloring changing star. It did not move in the fashion of an airplane. It did pause in flight. There was no sound.

We went onto the deck of our trailer to follow its flight path. The object was pulsating in intensity and brightness. The object remained in the same spot for about a minute. Then we lost sight of the object behind foliage.

I went toward my mother’s vehicle which was parked toward the south to see if the object to could be seen at a father distance or if changing height would allow better viewing. We went back onto the deck of our trailer from the car area while looking for the object to see where it had gone.

I then saw the object change direction and it increased in size coming toward us. The object’s size doubled and the light intensified no longer pulsating as it appeared to be coming closer to us. We then went into the trailer to avoid confrontation and started to use the phone and internet. No interruption of any technology was evident.