Bright, Purple UFO Seen In Glen Cove, New York
Date: 03 March, 2018.
Place: Glen Cove, New York State, United States.
Early this month, more specifically on 03 March, a very unusual incident occurred in the small city of Glen Cove, New York.
According to an anonymous report published on Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) online database, a local resident allegedly saw what he described as “a bright, purple globe” hovering over the small town.
“We were standing by my car in front of a friend's house at 09:00 PM, talking about getting together again”, the witness stated. “We began to face southwest as we talked, when the object suddenly turned its light. It looked like a bright, purple globe”, he continued.
According to the American citizen, the object increased its brightness, flew at incredible speed and suddenly disappeared. “The object was spherical and had a bright, purple glow. As soon as its light turned on and became visible, it flew at lightning speed, about two miles from south to north, and then it shut its light off and vanished”, he said. “It seemed to curl as if making a turn to go back south or west, but once the lights were completely off we could not see if it was still hovering there”, he added.
“We wondered if it had been there spying on us”, the witness expressed. “I felt a bit of an ache in my eyes and in my head as I stared at it. I am not sure why”, he commented.
“We were feeling shocked but not scared by what we saw, and began to laugh a bit nervously. I asked my friend ‘Did you see that?’ and she said: ‘Yes, I was going to ask you if it was a shooting star’. I answered: ‘it was purple. The stars are white, and it was bigger than the stars and faster than a plane or helicopter. I think we saw a UFO’”, the New York resident reported.
“We knew it was not a shooting star, nor a plane or helicopter, because it moved a long distance at speed we'd never seen air crafts fly in the air before”, he asserted.
Draw your own conclusions…
For more information: https://mufoncms.com/cgi-bin/report_handler.pl?req=view_long_desc&id=90532&rnd=