Lights (UFOs) filmed over Highland village
The bizarre sightings began at 11pm on Saturday and the spectacular show in the sky…
Dorset, like most counties in the UK has its fare share of UFO sightings, however, most go unpublished and are never investigated properly. Here at Cryptoworld, we have received a number of reports, but not as many as we would like.
Below is a small list of UFO reports and stories published by the Dorset Echo between 2008 and 2010. Hopefully it might help shed some light on some of the other sightings during that time.
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Cover-ups or just vivid imaginations – 5th August 2010
DID Sir Winston Churchill help to cover up a close encounter between a UFO and an RAF aircraft during the Second World War?
This is just one of many fascinating claims in newly released Ministry of Defence (MoD) files revealed today.
A Portland coastguard spokesman said there had been reports of green flare sightings up and down the coast, from Brixham to Southampton, at around 10pm.
The conspiracy theorists can pack up their notebooks for now. The mysterious orange orbs spotted floating across Weymouth and Portland at the weekend can now be identified merely as …
Several sightings of the strange spherical objects have been reported in recent days.
Nina Seymour said she saw the object travelling north-west to south-east over the Haylands Estate on Portland at around 9.20pm on Saturday night.
The colourful star, most famous for the ubiquitous festive hit Merry Xmas Everybody, said he saw a circular flying saucer, emitting beams of light, flying over the sea while staying in the town.
The strange object was spotted high above Westham last Friday evening by sisters Cheryl Ashwood and Stacey Follan.
They describe seeing a perfectly spherical object, that looked like it was on fire, which moved slowly from Lanehouse towards Portland.
A Mudeford man was visiting a friend in the St Catherine’s Hill area of Christchurch and saw unexplained lights in the sky over Hengistbury Head.
“I went outside to get something from my car and I noticed something moving around outside in the south or south-east direction,” he said. “It wasn’t an aircraft, because I checked with Bournemouth Airport, and it wasn’t a Chinese lantern or a shooting star.
Youngsters at Wyke Regis Junior School in Weymouth spotted debris from where the alien craft had touched down and blasted off again – including burn marks and slimy green footprints. Police sealed off the scene while a government scientist took readings and probed the evidence.
The sighting, alleged to have been hushed-up by the RAF, took place in 1971.
Radar supervisor, Wing Commander Alan Turner, 68, will tell the UFO Data Magazine annual conference in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, about his experience. He will be one of 10 speakers at the two-day conference on October 25 and 26, joining people such as Rosalind Reynolds who claims to have been abducted by aliens in September 1983 and Kevin Goodman, an expert on UFOs at Warminster.
The general public now has access to the data thanks to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request by UFO researchers, but it might not be quite what they wanted to hear.
Jack and Shirley Kendal were taking shots of the sunset, earlier this month, to use up film on a disposable camera, when they inadvertently snapped a cigar-shaped object hovering over the Fleetsbridge area.