Bright Orb Hovers Over Car. Lights Flickered & Eye Irritation Noted.

Location of Sighting: Kalama, Washington
Date of Sighting: March 16, 2016
Time of Sighting: 10:45 PM PDT

Description: It was a super bright white orb. I have never seen a UFO before so at first I thought it was a meteor because the light kept getting brighter. But it didn’t move and it hovered at least a couple hundred feet above the highway. My friend’s truck lights flickered and we heard an odd mechanical sound I couldn’t identify. When it was almost directly above us it suddenly got dim. It had a red/orange aura or glow to it. I turned back to look out of the passenger window and saw a fighter jet type of plane speeding towards it, but it had moved up higher. The plane spun around trying to locate it and by then the light was a deeper and brighter red*. We were too far away to see anything after that. We lost half a tank of gas and I had a slight headache near my right temple. It progressively felt sharper until I went to bed. I’m assuming it was because of the bright light because I have very sensitive eyes.

*I am slightly colorblind so it might have purple or even brown. Just a very deep dark color that seemed impossible to shine bright. It was in a circle around the orb. It reminded me of an aura.

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