Location of Sighting: Brockton, Massaschusetts
Date of Sighting: May 22, 2015
Time of Sighting: 9:35 PM EDT
Description: I was riding my bicycle towards Green PL. Just as I turned onto Green PL I noticed a small light in the sky, at my 2:00 O’clock position. I thought it could be a helicopter, drone or something under remote control. I quickly determined that it was none of those. I was on an intercept course with an orange orb. The orb was acting almost like a balloon, but staying on a level plane. I mean it looked like wind was affecting it’s flight, but there was no wind. I finally caught up to the orb and came out from under trees to get right under the orb. As soon as I got a good look at the orb it reacted to my presence. It seemed to shake very quickly for less than a second. At this time the orb appeared to drop 4 small embers or sparks. They fell about 1 foot below the orb and disappeared. The orb started to move now in a straight line. It was hard to keep up with now. I watched the orb continue in a straight line. It was going faster and faster until it was out of sight in the southeast. The whole sighting lasted just under 5 minutes.
Additional Information From Witness: I am not sure what I saw. It may have been a coincidence that the orb reacted as I got a good look, but I don’t believe in them. The streets were lined with trees. When I rode into a clearing, there it was. I was right underneath it. It was then it reacted. I know what I saw. It shook or vibrated and simultaneously dropped 4, what looked like embers or sparks. Then it took off faster and faster. Also it stayed about 100 feet off of the ground the whole time I witnessed it. I definitely thought intelligence. I am not sure what it was. I have done some research. Orange orbs have been around a long time. Keep Looking Up.Note to Commenters: If you are reporting a sighting, be sure to include the location (city, state, country), date and time of your sighting. Be detailed in your description. You may also use our report form to report your sighting. Comments will be published if they are in "good taste" and not inflammatory.