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Did you know that there were 10 UFO sightings reported in Connecticut in December alone? And in 2016 there were nearly 75 sightings reported in communities all across Connecticut, according to the National UFO Reporting Center.
Now don’t get us wrong, we’re not saying there are or aren’t UFOs, but according to the National UFO Reporting Center, the most recent sighting in Connecticut occurred in Jewett City on Dec. 28 at 6:15 p.m.
In that specific case someone reported an “object was flashing in the sky. It wasn’t an airplane because it was motionless.” “Everytime it flashed it got brighter and brighter. We watched it flash for 50 minutes until it disappeared into thin air,” the report states.
Spooky stuff indeed, right? Other sightings reported in December were from residents in Manchester, Waterbury, Milford, Stratford, Middlefield, Clinton, Plainville, Cromwell and Niantic.
Other Connecticut communities that reported sightings in 2016 include: Greenwich, Bristol, Middletown, Broad Brook, Torrington, New Britain, Naugatuck, Bridgeport, Old Lyme, Wethersfield, New Milford, New Britain and Ansonia.
Other communities include: East Windsor, Quaker Hill, Suffield, Wolcott, Stamford, Hamden, North Haven, Fairfield, Canton, Glastonbury, South Windsor, a lot in West Suffield, Norwich, Vernon, Ellington and Southington.
And in case you’re wondering what the National UFO Reporting Center is, it’s been around since 1974 and it investigates UFO sightings and has put together a list of more than 90,000 sightings around the world.
In Connecticut on Christmas Eve there were three UFO sightings reported, including in Manchester, Milford and Waterbury.
On Christmas Eve in Manchester, a person who wished to remain anonymous reported an “Orange oval light over southeast Manchester, CT. Hovered below cloud cover moving left/right up/down then up into clouds.”
In the Waterbury sighting, a person reported a “Big bright point of light much much bigger than any other star in the sky. Hovered slowly in location going northwest.”
For the Milford sighting it was reported as four or five objects, and the person who reported this claims to have lost 11 hours of time.
In a very, very detailed account, the person writes, “THE OBJECTS I found myself looking up at four ‘objects’ in a formation that was very ‘Clock-like’, except that there were diamond shaped craft where the numbers usually are.
“The craft that was virtually screaming for assistance was at the 9 o clock position. This craft seemed to be having difficulty maintaining altitude, as it would change color from the brilliant blue that lit up my entire backyard, to almost a blood red type of color. Every time it shifted color, it dropped straight down out of formation. It got lower and lower.
“I was fully awake and alarmed at this time as I was full aware of what might be happening right in front of me! Every time it dropped, the other 3 craft would brighten in intensity and the ‘distressed’ craft would begin to rise again. I projected nothing but positive thoughts and hopes as I would do at an airshow when it would look like a craft was in danger. I was rooting for it’s safety as I would ANY other living beings.
“At that point, a FIFTH ship appeared out of nowhere right next to the craft that was in distress. I felt waves of gratitude from every ship and it was over,” the Milford resident reported. “STRANGENESS When I realized I was getting cold, I also realized something else. It was approximately 11 hours later and the Sun was out.”
The Milford resident wrote that he wondered at one point if the lights came from Sikorsky, and he shared his story in the hope others witnessed it.
Other sightings in December in Connecticut include bright lights in Middlefield, two crafts in Cromwell, a low-flying UFO “S”-shape flight path that flew into the ocean in Niantic and a very bright object moving slowly over Stratford, according to the National UFO Reporting Center.
You can catch up and read more about each of the UFO sightings in Connecticut here. The report dates back decades.
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