Manasquan Inlet, NJ. Source.
Three New Jersey witnesses fishing at Manasquan Inlet report two "intermittent white lights" performing maneuvers for 15 minutes in the night sky on June 26, 2010, as though it were a game of "hide-and-seek," according to testimony from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.
"The object appeared to display a single steady white light for about 10 to 20 seconds at a time, during which period it made numerous almost instantaneous position changes vertically, horizontally and diagonally within a defined area, then would extinguish, only to reappear and perform a similar but random series of movements," the reporting witness stated.
"I am aware of no aircraft with this capability."
They soon realized that they were looking at two objects.
"It was difficult to determine initially if the movements were that of a single object or more, but after about a minute of us all watching the movements of the object with great interest, a second object appeared simultaneously nearby, and displayed similar behavior to the first object. After that the objects appeared both singly and together in individual random maneuvers which made them appear to move thousands of feet at a time in just a second or fraction of a second, and in many directions with abrupt stops and zig-zag direction changes, almost as if playing a combined game of tag and hide-and-seek."
Numerous reports to MUFON over the past year detail the same type of behavior between two or more anomalous lights in the sky - often reported as if the lights are performing a show, or some kind of gaming technique between the lights.
The witnesses are convinced they were not observing typical man made aircraft.
"Being a life-long boater and professional yacht delivery captain, and being familiar with air traffic in this area and having lived here for over 50 years, I feel I have good observation abilities but remain at a loss as to what these objects might have been, and my two friends agree they could not determine what these objects were."
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