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‘Fleet’ of Strange Glowing Objects Seen Off North Carolina Coast

EXONEWS UPDATE

Article by Katy Gill                     October 20, 2019                      (dailystar.co.uk)

• William Guy was travelling on a ferry across the Pamlico Sound on the Outer Banks of North Carolina when he spotted a “fleet” of fourteen luminous objects in a cluster in the western sky as the Sun was setting. Guy immediately began recording and the sight. (see 3:16 minute video below)

• The video begins with the sight of the sky at sunset. Guy pans the camera across the horizon to see the cluster of UFOs floating aimlessly. Guy asks, “Can anybody tell me what that is?” “We’re in the middle of the ocean, on a ferry.” Guys later said that the objects disappeared from sight before coming back some two minutes later.

• YouTubers commented, “Earth is under heavy observation” and “[T]he Earth is swarming with alien advanced craft.” One YouTuber skeptically claimed, “It’s not a UFO, they’re training targets for military aircraft.”

{Editor’s Note Update]  The thing is, I’m from Virginia Beach and have spent a lot of time on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  This flotilla of lights doesn’t look like they are “in the middle of the (Atlantic) ocean” to me, as the ‘out-of-towner’ claims.  He points at the sunset.  The sunset is west.  Then he shortly pans left to see the lights.  This must be south-southwest. The writer reported that they were in a ferry crossing the “Pimlico Sound lagoon”. Well its the “Pamlico Sound” and it’s no lagoon. It is a huge body of water – so wide that you cannot see across it.  So it looks a lot like the ocean.  But its the sound. And they were crossing it from Ocracoke to Swan Quarters North Carolina as it says in the YouTube video description.  Therefore, these lights would be situated over the Croatan National Forest.  Beyond this forest is the city of Jacksonville, NC and Marine Corps’ Camp Lejeune. 

 

A “fleet” of bizarre objects has been captured hovering off the coast of North Carolina.

William Guy was travelling on a ferry across the Pimlico Sound lagoon when he spotted 14 bizarre objects in the sky.

He immediately started recording and the footage has left the conspiracy world in shock.

The video begins with the sight of the sky, seemingly showing the sun setting.

William pans the camera across the horizon showing nothing in sight.

“Look, nothing in the sky, at all,” he said.

As he cuts across the sky the lit up cluster is seen floating aimlessly.
“Can anybody tell me what that is?” William asks.

He adds: “We’re in the middle of the ocean, on a ferry.

“There’s nothing around, no land, no nothing.”

 

3:16 minute video of UFO fleet over the Atlantic Ocean off of NC (‘Only Real UFOs’ YouTube)

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Mysterious Lights Captured Over the Outer Banks

by Susan Leighton                 March 9, 2019                       (1428elm.com)

• Last November, a fisherman on Cape Lookout (southern Outer Banks of North Carolina) caught strange lights hovering over the ocean late at night. Two glowing orange orbs appeared in the distance, then two other white lights joined them. These smaller white orbs then turn the same orange hue as the original pair. Then one pair drops out of sight leaving one pair remaining. (See 1:32 minute video below, courtesy of C.R. Larkin, ViralHog and the Charlotte Observer)

• According to the Charlotte Observer, this is not an unusual occurrence for residents of the area. The phenomenon has been occurring for more than two decades.

• Some viewers commented that it was probably parachute flares, although flares flicker and arc in the sky and these particular lights did not. Others suggested that the orbs were flames off the top of an oil rig. But there are no oil rigs out there. Cape Lookout lighthouse wasn’t the source of the strange lights either. Could they have been Marine Corp craft or drones returning to the Air Station New River? There are no reports of this. And wouldn’t the local population be used to seeing and identifying them?

 

UFOs are a hot topic again thanks to the extremely popular History Channel show, Project Blue Book. People want to believe, they really do. That is why whenever a sighting is reported, it usually turns into a viral news story.

Last November, a fisherman on Cape Lookout caught strange lights hovering over the ocean late at night. According to the Charlotte Observer, this is not an unusual occurrence for residents of the area. The phenomenon has been occurring for more than two decades.

In the fall of 2018, we reported on a North Carolina man that supposedly captured an unusual craft on his cell phone. This account later turned out to be debunked. It was deemed an optical illusion.

However, the sighting on the Outer Banks is something else entirely. At first, you see two glowing orange orbs in the distance. But then, out of nowhere, two other lights join. These smaller ones are white in color and then turn the same hue as the original pair.
After a bit of hovering together, one pair drops out of sight leaving one remaining. It is fascinating to watch. Check out the clip courtesy of C.R. Larkin, ViralHog and the Charlotte Observer.

Theories Abound

Much like the Phoenix Lights incident, some viewers commented on the video claiming that it was probably parachute flares. Although, as everyone knows, flares flicker. These particular lights did not.

Also, if they were distress flares and anyone that has watched Deadliest Catch on the Discovery channel can attest, they arc into the sky. Others felt that more than likely, the orbs were flames off the top of an oil rig. While there was a proposal by the Trump administration to “open the entire coastline of the lower 48 United States to oil and gas drilling, starting in 2019,” North Carolina chose preserving their ocean habitat over this initiative.

1:32 minute video of UFO over the Outer Banks of North Carolina

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