|Occurred : 6/10/2021 22:30 (Entered as : 06/10/2021 22:30)
Reported: 6/16/2021 5:48:49 PM 17:48
Location: Fayette, ME
|Large bright silent yellow/orange orb crossing lake and changing colors
Thursday June 10th around 10 pm, in Fayette, Maine.
I was laying on the couch looking out at the lake. I noticed a bright distant light just over the tree line. It caught my eye because it was pulsating colors: red, green, and white. But it was not moving like a plane, it was stationary. I told my husband and we looked at it through binoculars and it was indeed changing colors. We decided to go out with a camcorder to check it out closer. We stood on our dock on the pond. While he filmed we also noticed at least 2 other distant “stars” over the tree line doing the same thing - blinking red and green.
Suddenly I noticed to our left a much closer and larger bright light, again just above the tree line. It was round and overall it looked yellowish/orange with a small dark orange center. It hovered above the tree line and then slowly rose upwards and started to move in a North Easterly direction to cross the lake. It was changing colors as it moved along. The light was so bright it reflected on the calm water. It was totally silent and moved across the pond, over our neighbors cottage which is only 100ft away from us and then over our cottage before we could no longer see it because trees were blocking our view.
We were looking towards the West and a little bit SouthWest when we first saw the orb. The object moved toward the NorthEast. We watched the bright object for at least 7-8 mins. The camcorder pictures do not show the object as large as we saw it with our eyes. I believe the time frame for this sighting was between 10:30-11:00 pm EST.
The next night we went out again and could see the original blinking dots of light, which we now believe are stars that are low in the sky, so they refract the light to red and green. (I read up on this on the internet.) There was no repeat sighting of the larger, brighter orange orb which was clearly not a star and was very close.