I thought it would be fun, if not interesting, to compile some of our more compelling sightings that are reported to the likes of MUFON! I mean who
are better? There are so many incidences reported, they don't know what to do with them. So...
The meaning behind this thread is to compile a list of sightings that are reported to MUFON
found at their website,
or by searching their archives of reported sightings
. Naturally, the most
interesting of these would be those that contain pictures, recorded videos or illustrations. But you are of course allowed to use any external
source you'd like as long as you provide the source
Why? Well, instead of rehashing old encounters, stories or being dependant on new or old users telling of their observations (all of these are very
), we can instead report sightings made by others to richen our own collective database.
The best threads on ATS are those that live their own life (albeit, not straying from the path), and continually growing in both discussion and new
aspects. And I thought that a thread such as this must have some merit considering. I will post some of my selections and you are free to comment or
post your own.
It might be considered very ambitious, but I believe that this will either prove to be a small but solid database for sightings or UFO encounters that
are not that easily explained, or a complete debacle. At least I hope there will be something to be gained from this.
I hope this thread will provide a newfound vitality to this forum, and a new ground for discussion and lively debate that considers both ATS' Terms
and Conditions, as well as proper decorum and etiquette.
Use this site to search for reported incidents
(remember you can search by
several parameters or use any other source).
To end the introduction, just remember this thread about what you can elliminate as
Here are my two first contributions (these are actually quite recent):
Colwyn Bay, Great Britain
Date submitted: 16 of august, 2014
Newquay, Great Britain
Whilst out walking on the beach at Llanddulas at a approx 7am I had stopped to watch some sea birds diving down into the water about 30 metres off the
shoreline. As I watched a weird solid structure appeared in the sky above them to the North and moved slowly towards the beach. I thought at first it
was a balloon but it was very solid and metal looking. I quickly grabbed my mobile phone and took a picture of it as it turned left and moved in an
Easterly direction. It looked like it had a pair of dipped wings or something hanging down from it on each side, but it was also a bit pointed at the
front. It made a slight humming sound and it had white and blue lights that seemed to glow or pulsate. As it turned to the East they changed to a
yellow colour. I would say that I watched it for approx 90 seconds and as it move down the coastline I did seem to change shape slightly. It then just
disappeared about a mile away from my position on the beach. There were a couple on the beach who may have saw this too because they walked behind me
as I was watching it. I think they were foreign though because they were quite tanned and spoke to each other with an accent so I didn't say anything
to them. I am familiar with aircraft and this was 100% no helicopter or fixed wing craft! and certainly no weather balloon because this was moving in
a controlled manner.
Date submitted: 08 of august, 2014.
Short description: Like a mist above the event campsite next to RAF St Mawgan.
I had to post it as a thumbnail as the picture was so large.
The object was not seen until the pictures were observed, it was only visible in one picture which were taken within a couple of seconds.
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