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Occurred : 7/27/2011 23:00 (Entered as : 07/27/2011 23:00)
Reported: 7/15/2013 6:10:34 PM 18:10
Posted: 7/22/2013
Location: Broadkill, DE
Shape: Fireball
Duration:8 seconds
Large Fireball erupts in the sky then disappears after green lights fall.

I was fishing at night (night fishing). I was alone and well my cousin came and joined me. I am older then what he is. He came down and we sat and talked for a few minutes and I noticed he was looking over his shoulder to the the west of where we were sitting and I asked him, "What was the matter." He said he claimed to see a green light falling from the sky and I said maybe it was just a shooting star but when he claimed to see another one I looked and saw nothing a few minutes later he went in the house and I started to hallucinate started seeing things coming out of the water (to hard to explain) and I became really paranoid so I called him back down. When he came back the figure was gone.

So we sat and talked then all of a sudden we both seen a green light falling from the west but it seemed to disappear this time but right above it their was just this massive fireball that just came out of absolutely nothing.

Me and my cousin both bolted to the house wit!h fear over both of our faces and we refused to go back outside. We have not stopped going here every summer though. And the more we go the more we see like last year for instance we were among 3 others walking and we all encountered three to four shooting stars in a matter of hours. We all claimed to have seen different colors with every one we saw.

All i know is that this general area is not very populated and its very easy to see the sky at night. I will be going here this summer as well and will be recording the sky this time and hopefully I will be able to catch something for proof of explainable phenomenons at this beach.

((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date is approximate. PD))