Startled onlookers the length of the nation flooded police and emergency services with calls after watching this bright orange fireball streak across the Saturday night sky.
UFO over Hutton Buscel
UFOs may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of the leafy village of Hutton Buscel.
However, one resident in the village had a very close encounter on Saturday evening.
Lynn Debruyn, 62, lives in the main street in the village. She was in her garden at around 8pm when she noticed an unusual orange glow in the night sky.
She said: “It wasn’t quite dark yet, and I was just looking around for owls and house martins in the garden.
“All of a sudden there was an orange orb in the sky moving from west to east.”
Mysterious UFOs stun teen
A WIGAN teenager was left stunned after photographing three bizarre UFOs above his home.
The youth, 19, who doesn’t wish to be identified, captured the objects on his iphone as they hovered in the skies above his house in Swinley on Sunday evening.
He said: “I was just getting into my car and looked up to see these three black objects in the sky pretty much above me. I managed to rattle of a picture or two but when I nipped back inside to tell my mum to come and have a look they had gone.
The man who investigated one of Britain’s most famous UFO sightings in the 1980s has spoken about the incident for the first time in three decades.
US Air Force Colonel Conrad was in charge of a military base near Rendlesham forest in Suffolk in 1980 when some of those under his command reported seeing UFOs and strange lights.
One sergeant even later claimed to have touched an alien spaceship.
AS if Stonehenge wasn’t mysterious enough, right across the road someone - aliens, hoaxers, or perhaps possessed lawnmowers - has created a giant crop circle. And nobody knows where it came from.
The ancient site is proving to be a popular attraction for crop circle-creators lately. Yesterday’s 60 metre wide effort is just the most recent in a string of field phenomena in Wiltshire over the last few weeks, reports the Daily Mail.
Stonehenge is the most important prehistoric monument in Britain.
Latest UFO Sightings Prove Aliens Don’t Want to Meet Us
They’re baaack. I’m talking UFOs, people. Martians, aliens, extraterrestrial life forms, things that go beam in the night. Apparently things are a little dull that side of the universe, so they’ve decided to swing our way once again for a little Chipotle and Real Housewives. And really, how could you blame them?
The town of Bonnybridge in Scotland is nicknamed “The UFO Capital of Scotland” and has been called a hot spot for extraterrestrial activity. In that one small town, they have 300 UFO sightings a year and that is only the ones that go reported. As my two experts will explain, UFOs sightings can make you the subject of ridicule.
UFO expert believes ‘something strange’ is going on in Scotland’s skies
It’s hard to imagine the industrial town of Bonnybridge near Falkirk as a portal to another dimension but the everyday hustle and bustle of the area hides a more mysterious and sinister background.
A large orange unidentified flying object (UFO) was seen in the sky over Philadelphia Lane in New Catton, Norwich on the evening of Saturday, June 11, 2011 shortly after 11:00pm.
BRAY’S POINT, Ore. – Talk of regular UFO sightings at this Pacific Ocean vantage point — here at the very edge of the Oregon coast at Bray’s Point — seems to “wrap around us like water around a rock,” states a member of the Oregon UFO “watcher” group who’s flying high with new once top secret British and FBI files that showcase drawings of a family friend, Kenneth Arnold, who on June 24, 1947, reported seeing “nine brilliantly bright objects flying across the face of Mount Rainier.”