|Occurred : 4/15/2005 11:00 (Entered as : 4/?/05 11:00)
Reported: 4/8/2006 11:25:08 AM 11:25
Location: Ringe, NH
|strange sight over Franklin Pierce college campus 2005
My roomate ran into my room and told me to come outside right away, so I grabbed my glasses and ran outside, right when I got outside, I saw this object rotating red, white and blue lights just south of Mt. Monadnock, in the air and moving very slowly.
Right away, we saw one object, and then another, pop out of the first object and fly off to the east until it was obscured by the dorm called Cheshire (the event took place in the rear parkinglot at Franklin Pierce college.
Other students noticed us looking up in the sky and quickly the object drew a crowd of about 4 boys and three girls, with other students gazing at the object as they walked by. Most of them were drunk, both I was absolutely sober.
Some of the girls started to freak out because they were scared and walked away.
Me and my roomate tried to walk as close to the object as we could but we estimated it as at least 3 to 4 miles away. Originally, my roomate said this object flew right over his head.
The objects that popped out and flew away happened very rappidly, and seamed to have yellow contrails they left behind them breifly. They seamed to be white and yellow in color. We ruled out it being a star, a plane, a planet, or a satelite. We went and got a camera but by the time we got back the object was so far away that we couldnt focus and get a good picture becuase the object looked like a star or a plane in the distance.
The object we assumed was some type off unidentified military object or possibly a extraterrestrial object. Eventualy we watched this object get too far away and it was not discernable from any other stars in the sky. I happen to think this event was military related. After a while I noticed many (5 or six) other craft that looked just like the first object, but were staying stationary and very far apart ( 5 miles) and seemed to be flashing red , white and blue lights in successing order.
During the time that went by, we compared the object to six planes that flew by, as well as two sattelites.