You may have seen the footage of a cluster of weird glowing circles in the New Jersey night sky on the news this week. But does this case, which is attracting national attention, have any links to another bizarre phenomenon seen in Orange County the night before? From the photos and video, it’s hard to really tell the difference. What’s going on? Is there a simple earthly explanation here, or something we don’t understand?

PIX11 reports that the video seen on Paterson was shot by a resident on Monday evening. The mysterious lights can be seen hovering in the sky above the city. The resident claims they could be seen for about five minutes and the light circles even turned into different shapes during the encounter. PIX11 reports that the Federal Aviation Administration has stated that “nothing has been reported” regarding flights in this area. Some say it could be a group of drones. But still, there doesn’t seem to be any definitive explanations.

Read the story and watch the viral video HERE.

Now a Montgomery auditor has submitted the attached images of what could be considered a similar event that occurred the night before the Jersey sighting. Here you can see several bright white circles in the sky behind a residential area at dusk. Montgomery is only about an hour north of the Paterson area, so the two instances are not that far apart.

What could have happened? Military craft? Spotlight ? Meteors? Or, is it something that is not of this world? Could the two cases be related in some way?

According to the National UFO Reporting Center, no sightings were reported over Montgomery, or and surrounding areas, on the night of Sunday, October 10. So the mystery is there. Did anyone see anything that night over Orange County, or other parts of the Hudson Valley? Of course, just because it’s an unidentified flying object doesn’t mean they’re aliens.

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