|Occurred : 1/1/2014 00:00 (Entered as : 01/01/14 0:00)
Reported: 1/1/2014 5:43:51 PM 17:43
Location: Sequim, WA
|Multiple bright orange orbs glowing in the sky and shedding droplets of light
It was at midnight on New Year’s Day when I noticed the unidentified flying objects hovering the cloudless northern skies. At first I began to think that the unknown objects were part of a firework display exhibited by the local residents. Then upon focusing into the night sky, I quickly realized this was no firework display at all.
The object began to fade in the sky about 45 degrees from the horizon from a tiny spectacle to a round, dark orange/amber glowing shape which magnified about three times its original size. Once this object achieved its optimal size, it then flew south for approximately 15 seconds at an incredible speed and then decelerated. The next segment is what caught my attention the most. Once the object stopped from its propulsion like movement, it stood stationary glowing brighter and brighter in the sky with a strong hue of orange dominating its presence. After standing still for about a minute, it then (in my best description) shed some droplets of light descending directly beneath from the original object at a distance not measurable with the naked eye. This image reminded me of heating a metal to its melting point and then observing its free falling behavior as it was poured out of a ladle. The object would then fade away into the darkened universe as if it traveled out of! our galaxy and onto the next. This particular occasion occurred several times over the next 35 minutes and at one moment in time, there were as much as three “UFOs” in the sky simultaneously.