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"We were lying in bed and this extremely bright light lit up the room. We assumed it was a star because it was a clear night but it was so bright. "Then it slowly rose up and suddenly shot over the top of our house and you could hear an aircraft like noise but it was too fast to be a plane. "As it passed over the power in our house dropped and came back. It really freaked us out. Then about 45 minutes later we heard the same sound and the power dropped again briefly and came back. We took a picture but didn't have time to do a video as it suddenly shot off."
"I was sat watching telly with the blinds closed but one of them was sort of lit up, as if someone was shining a torch on it. I looked out and saw this really bright light and then it suddenly shot across the top of the house and as it did all the lights went down and came back on. "The lights went down a few more times in the next hour too, I'm no conspiracy theorist but it was really bizarre."
A UFO event in which a physical effect is alleged. This can be interference in the functioning of a vehicle or electronic device; animals reacting; a physiological effect such as paralysis or heat and discomfort in the witness; or some physical trace like impressions in the ground, scorched or otherwise affected vegetation, or a chemical trace.
Wikipedia: Close Encounter.
originally posted by: alldaylong
originally posted by: ColaTesla
Is there any video footage?
Photo on the enclosed link.
It won't be long before certain members come along and say it's a meteorite.
"Then it slowly rose up and suddenly shot over the top of our house and you could hear an aircraft like noise but it was too fast to be a plane.
I'm no conspiracy theorist but it was really bizarre."
but would a drone cause the power to go out and then come back on ? If so, I have not heard of this.....
A Buckingham Park resident, who did not wish to be named, said