We took this to our leaders; and what you saw may not be from Earth.
According to the Mutual UFO Network of North Carolina (MUFON-NC), a number of people have reported seeing orange lights in the skies along the coast this year.
MUFON-NC Public Relations Director Israel Curiel said, “Recently, North Carolina and South Carolina have had a dramatic increase in orange fireballs. North Carolina is very active. The only ones that outrank us are California and Texas.”
According to MUFON’s database, orange fireballs were sighted as recently as Sept. 12, 2012 over Snow’s Cut, along Carolina Beach.
But the Oak Island Police Department received no reports of extraterrestrial beings, spacecraft or anything concerning orange lights in the sky over Oak Island.
Public Affairs Officer Del Routh of the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office said, “I sure haven’t heard of anything … maybe military. I have heard some choppers going through here. But we have no reports.”
Curiel is not buying the military explanation though. He said, “I know we have a lot of military aircraft around here. To my knowledge, our aircraft do not hover without making noise. I know a lot of people want to sweep this under the rug, but this is happening.”
Keep an eye on the sky. We may not be alone.
Date posted: September 21, 2012
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