Thursday, December 27, 2007

USS Fairfax County Main Light Above The Ship - Lights Break Off

Posted: December 27, 2007

Date: 1993 and 1997 Time: Approx: 4:30 a.m.

Location: 100 miles off the coast of North Carolina on the USS Fairfax County LST 1193. Satellite Bch FL Park Ave, was the location of the second.

Approach Direction: See descriptions of sightings. Departure Direction: See descriptions. Witness Direction: See descriptions.

Description: The first on board USS Fairfax County was approx: 4:30 am where I and one other member of the crew observed a white light, like a star, moving to slow to be a shooting star and to fast to be a missile or jet moving west to east when it came to a complete stop very high above us (directly above). A few seconds later two lights shot off at amazing speeds northeast while there was still a light where we watched it initially stop it then took off directly north approx three seconds after. All objects moved at such a speed that they appeared to disappear.

The second sighting included five other witnesses other than myself. I lived one house from the beach on a street perpendicular too it. My roommate, friend Mike, and George faced southwest toward State road A-1-A while George's girlfriend and Chris were facing northeast opposite us when I recall exactly Elizabeth yelling four times "look at that, look at that, look at that, look at that!". What we all saw was a white/blue light the size of a helicopter being followed by a red ball of light slightly smaller than a VW Beetle come flying 50 feet above the ocean directly in-front and above us and it did not make a sound or disturb the air. It went directly west too east moving at such a speed that by the fourth " look at that" it was gone. From over the ocean too the opposite horizon in 3 seconds. We were very, very close with an unobstructed view and it was just light, light blue, and neon red, silent, and disturbed no wind. It was approximately 12:00 am.

TV/Radio/Press: Neither was reported.

Thank you to UFOINFO for this report.

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