Mystery of Pulsing Pink Beam in Pedricktown, NJ.

Mystery of Pulsing Pink Beam in Pedricktown, NJ.

“The most intense part of the beam was the centre. It lasted until about 6:45 am EST, but not sure how long it was present prior to the initial sighting at 6:30 am. It continued to pulsate until it collapsed on itself in the middle after ten minutes of pulsing.” - Resident of Pedricktown, NJ

March 20, 2016 Pedricktown, New Jersey – On March 18, 2016, I received an email with an unusual photograph attached taken a month ago in the early morning of February 15, 2016, in Pedricktown, New Jersey.

Pedricktown is near the Delaware River about 20 miles northeast of Wilmington, Delaware. It’s an unincorporated town with a population of 524 in farm country that is home to the Salem Oak Winery.

Salem Oak Winery in the farm country of Pedricktown, New Jersey,
is one of 62 wineries in the state.

A Pedricktown resident sent the following email with his image of a mysterious, pulsing pink beam that lasted for at least ten minutes before the strange beam kept contracting on itself half a dozen times getting smaller and smaller until it disappeared.

To: earthfiles@earthfiles.com
From: (name ) Pedricktown, NJ Light Beam on Feb. 15, 2016
Date: March 18, 2016

I took the attached picture about 6:35 am EST Feb 15, 2016 in Pedricktown, NJ 08067. This was a pulsing beam of light. It looked like it was over an adjacent cornfield to the west of the neighborhood I live in. The most intense part of the beam was the center. It lasted until about 6:45 am EST, but not sure how long it was present prior to the initial sighting at 6:30 am. It continued to pulsate until it collapsed on itself in the middle after ten minutes of pulsing.

At 6:45 am, the beam disappeared. The way it disappeared was it contracted to about 2/3 of the size that was visible towards its center, disappeared, reappeared at its original size and repeated the contraction and disappearance-reappearance about five or six times.

This was not a spotlight, as the brightest spot was in the middle of the beam. Spotlights would be brighter at the power source. It wasn’t a laser pointer as known laser pointers are handheld and couldn’t produce a beam that strong.

Wasn’t sure if you had come across something like this before and could offer any insight. I also have video, but it’s grainy as it was also taken on my cell phone. I ran out of memory on my phone, so I didn’t get the disappearance on video.

Thanks,

Pedricktown, New Jersey resident: “I took the attached picture (above) about 6:35 am
Eastern time on Feb 15, 2016, in Pedricktown, NJ. This was a pulsing beam of light.
It looked like it was over an adjacent cornfield to the west of the neighborhood I live in.
The most intense part of the beam was the center. It lasted until about 6:45 am EST,
but not sure how long it was present prior to the initial sighting at 6:30 am. It continued
to pulsate until it collapsed on itself in the middle after ten minutes of pulsing.”

Earthfiles would like to hear from viewers who might have information about what the pink pulsing beam might be. Please email earthfiles@earthfiles.com. All requests for confidentiality are honored.

Source: (Earthfiles.com) 3 comments

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  • Troy Ransome
    April 24, 2016, 6:51 am

    I also saw the same beam of light that morning, went outside to look at it because it looked strange to me. Have no idea what it was.

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    • Sid@Troy Ransome
      April 25, 2016, 1:26 pm

      Thanks for this update. can you say where and when that took place? Do you know anyone else who can also report the same observation?

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  • Altamash Bm
    July 10, 2016, 3:00 am

    it seems like a beam generated by UFO or something like that for the purpose of abductions

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