Location: Topsail Island, North Carolina.
Date: June 19th 2014.
Time: 8:47 P.M..
Distance from observer: Unknown.
Distance from ground: Unknown.
Weather conditions: 80% visibility in the direction of objects observed, denser clouds in the opposite direction (West).
This report should be viewed as an extension of the previous report I filed, regarding the previous nights's events (below). I would recommend reading that report and watching the video before continuing with this one.
After the previous night's events, we observed increased military plane activity the following day, which included AWACS planes and three Ospreys, which all flew directly toward the area we saw the objects the previous night. At 8:02 P.M., a military helicopter made a large circular sweep in the area of the objects.
The objects appeared at 8:47 P.M., and were in the same location as the previous report, and behaved in the same manner (with the exception of one splitting into two, and one ejecting another object).
The only noticeable difference was one object (identical to the others), which appeared to the South, out beyond the end of the Jolly Roger pier. This object was not in the sky, but on the horizon where the water and the sky meet.
At 9:19 P.M., less than ten minutes after the objects had 'stopped' for the night, four military helicopters flew over our house directly toward the ocean in the direction of the objects. The group split, two turning North, and two turning South, simultaneously shutting off all of their lights.
For the next hour, four planes and an assortment of helicopters began making wide circles over our house and heading out toward the area of the objects. Military aircraft activity stopped around 10:30 P.M..
It's worth noting that each night of the occurrence, all military aircraft that flew to the area of the objects returned inland. In other words, no military craft were in the area when the objects appeared.
Attached are two videos, taken with a Droid Ultra phone. These videos have not been doctored in any way, and no attempts have been made to 'clean up' the image quality. Please ignore the lights moving near the bottom of the image. These were groups of beachcombers with flashlights.