Case 112248: Dustin [last name withheld] initially saw the “star-like” object as a “blurry line” and as it approached, he could see a bright red orb and preceded by what Dustin called its “bow-shock (a semi-circle of misty air around the front, but not connected to the object)”. He then called his wife Heather to then watch the orb turn toward the north of Middlesex, North Carolina. There was no sound or apparent emissions. The object was 50° above the horizon and heading toward an airplane in the distance. The observation lasted 2 minutes.
Dustin’s drawing of what he called a “star-like” object and its shock wave appear left.
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