December 31, 2013 – Newport Beach, California – 1:30 PM & 11:30 PM PST

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Description: I filmed this on New Years Eve Dec 31, 2013 from Newport Beach CA. I noticed the first object high up and it appeared to be three orbs rising. Throughout the sequence the objects change shape and light up. At 0:52 you can the see the object and lights changing shape clearly. Motion tracking and digital zoom were applied.

Later that night I noticed interesting activity as well. The first shot shows a single orb flying thru the sky, then a second orb coming into frame. From there the lights start strobing and flashing very fast. I shot a number of photos at the end of the video. It was hard to tell if it was one or multiple objects moving thru the frame.

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2 Responses to December 31, 2013 – Newport Beach, California – 1:30 PM & 11:30 PM PST

  1. Jack L. Metcalfe says:

    Obviously a balloon or reflective “Chinese Lantern” in the day video. As a matter of fact, you can see the string or structure holding it together. There is nothing, but an aircraft in the night video, coupled with a wildly zoomed and unstable video of astronomical scintillation of a star.

  2. Barbara G. says:

    Here again are orbs that are a natural phenomenon. I would suggest the person that took the film take it to one of the universities and show it to one of the physicists to see what they say. I will bet that if you could actually see where one of these orbs came from it would be from the ground sort of like ball lightning, but different.

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