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Two patrolmen see glowing red UFO in New Jersey

Date: December 20, 1958
Location: Dunellen, New Jersey, United States

Patrolmen LeRoy A. Arboreen and B. Talada were on night patrol when they saw an object coming from the west. "At first it looked like a red hot piece of coal about the size of a quarter held at arm's length. In a matter of seconds it was as large as a ruler held at arm's length... The body of the object was solid bright red and it gave off a pulsating red glow... The object hovered a few seconds, then made a left turn and again hovered for a few seconds, then went straight up like a shot."


Illustration of the sighting. (credit: NICAP/Hall)

Source: NICAP / Richard Hall (1964) from NICAP case report

December 19/20 of 1958 was a cloudless night in Dunellen, New Jersey. At 12:55 a.m., Patrolmen LeRoy A. Arboreen and B. Talada were on night patrol, cruising west on Center Street. From an area elevated about 15 to 20 feet, they had an unobstructed view to north, south, and west.

In a signed report to NICAP, Patrolman Arboreen (ex-Navy man and graduate of the New Jersey State Police Academy) described the experience:

"This object came at us from the west. At first, it looked like a red hot piece of coal about the size of a quarter held at arm's length. In a matter of seconds, it was as large as a ruler held at arm's length. That is when it came to a complete stop."

"The shape of the object was distinct. (See illustration.) The body of the object was solid bright red and it gave off a pulsating red glow completely around the object. The object hovered a few seconds, then made a left turn and again hovered for a few seconds, then went straight up like a shot. We watched it until it completely faded beyond the stars."

In this matter-of-fact manner, the two officers described an occurrence which is totally inexplicable. Meteors do not hover or shoot upward. No known aircraft is elliptical, and glows bright red in flight, not to mention the observed performance.

 

Source: http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case639.htm
 
 
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