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Occurred : 6/2/2014 22:23 (Entered as : 6/2/14 22:23)
Reported: 6/11/2014 9:53:53 PM 21:53
Posted: 6/13/2014
Location: Canton, OH
Shape: Light
Duration:7-10 minutes
still then slow moving orb balls of light dripping sparks

While visiting my mother at a nursing home we were sitting outside before dusk around 9 P.m. I noticed 2 lights in the sky off to my left and it caught my attention because they We're sitting still just above the tree line. We were sitting outside on the nursing home patio.

I pointed it out to my mother and we watched the two lights as they became progressively smaller and disappeared into the clouds. The 2 lights were white in colour and only small dots visually speaking from what appeared to be a good distance.

I didn't really give it much thought because the dots of light were not large or distinguishable. However, when I left the nursing home at about 10:23pm I saw another orb of light coming from the opposite direction. This light was very large and was a pinkish gold ball of light that was very intense. There was sparks dripping falling off of the bottom of it. I surprisingly watched it as it went from right to left...slowing down and even coming to a full stop a few times at least.

The light was rich and brilliant deep pink/gold. It looked like pure energy. I wasn't as afraid as I was curious. Visually it was the size of a baseball and it looked very close stopping in front of me even. Never would have believed it...it had sparks falling straight down from the bottom as if liquid...so odd.

I have not stopped thinking about it since I saw it... I wasn't afraid although I probably should have been... I should have marked the date on the calendar but part of me just kinda kept shrugging it off as if since it made no sense I may as well not think of it...odd thought process I know.


((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the sighting is approximate. PD))