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|National UFO Reporting Center Sighting Report|
|Occurred : 7/10/2005 22:30 (Entered as : 07/10/2005 22:30)
Reported: 7/10/2005 2:50:10 PM 14:50
Location: Brick, NJ
Duration: 5 Minutes
|White orbs move through the skies of Ocean County.
On July 10, 2005, myself and three friends were in a Dunkin Donuts parking lot in Brick, New Jersey at approximately 22:30 drinking coffee, etc. I looked up and noticed a white glowing "orb" (for lack of a better term) moving at a very high altitude, noislessly, from south to north paralell to the Garden State Parkway. The object was much higher than most aircraft one would typically observe in the area, and appeared almost as a moving star. The object was not moving with particular quickness. The object appeared to wobble slightly from right to left as it moved on its course. We observed the object until we could no longer see the object due to its distance. We all saw it, and the entire event lasted at the very least 5 minutes, perhaps longer.
The interesting thing is that I - along with several of my friends - have witnessed these objects - these white balls of light - moving through the skies of Ocean County on numerous occasions. Often times, they go from dim to bright while moving and sometimes even blink out completely. Sometimes after they blink out you can swear you can still see a form moving thorugh the sky. Sometimes you dont necessarily have that feeling. Sometimes they blink out and then back on. It is very weird whatever it is. My friends and I have observed these objects moving not only south to north (the most typical route of travel) but also north to south, and in the east-west directions. We have seen even seen them several times in one night, and in multiple locations. Whatever these are, they definately are not airplanes. They can only be described as moving stars! Its very, very odd. They are usually seen between 20:00-23:00. I have seen similar accounts of white moving orbs accross the country, and even some where they blink out or on, or brighten or dim, as these do. I am glad to see I am not the only one witnessing these phenomina.