Strange Lights Over New Jersey

WCBSTV Channel 2 in New Jersey has a story of multiple people reporting strange glowing lights over the Garden State skys last night, Monday January 5th.

Described as five red colored ‘flares attached to balloons’ by some citizens and simple strange red lights by others, including a pilot named Paul Hurley who works at Morristown Airport. “I’ve been in aviation for 20 years and never seen anything like it,” Hurley said after watching the lights with his family.

Reports starting coming in at 8:28 PM to the Hanover Township police in Morris County and ended abruptly as the UFOs disappeared from sight.

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6 thoughts on “Strange Lights Over New Jersey

  1. I live in Blue Anchor, New Jersey, just outside of Atlantic County and I saw something myself on January 5th. While I only saw one light, it stayed stationary in the sky, was red and blinked slowly; almost like the radio towers, except there’s nothing like that in my backyard. A little to the right there was this object that was flaming through the sky. It was this bright light that had a flame-like tail trailing after it. While it streaked, it would blink out or go behind cloud cover for a second before reappearing. It finally disappeared a little ways above the treeline behind my house. At first I thought it was a comet but it was going much too fast and seemed too close to be that. My only explanation would be part of a plane crashing but nothing like that has been reported. I’m rather baffled…

  2. I think it’s a signal for us to know something. If you rotate it, you may be able to see an ARROW. It’s a UFO I just know it. But what ever the Future has for us, I know there will be no attack. Also people should not attack them. Anyway, check it out-(The Rotate Part)

  3. I live in San Jose, CA and last night (January 7, 2009) around 8:20 p.m. I was driving home and saw what looked like a star in the sky, but it fell towards the earth. There was no tail following it – which would make me think of a meteor.

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