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EXCLUSIVE: The truth is out there - in WILTSHIRE? 'UFO' seen hovering near village UFO hunters are set to be sent into a frenzy after a strange anomaly was spotted in the sky near a sleepy village in England.
He racked his brains for an explanation to the strange phenomenon, but couldn’t reach a viable conclusion due to it’s lack of movement and sound. He told the Express Online: “At first I thought it was a Chinese lantern but it wasn’t moving. It could have also been an Apache, but there was no noise. “I went back the next day in the day time to see if it was a crane or something, but there was nothing there.”
This is not the first time that Wiltshire residents have encountered alien phenomena which they are unable to explain. From 1965 to 1975, the south west county’s residents reported many UFO sightings. On August 20 1965, a couple on a motorcycle felt it stall as two white spheres of light hovered overhead, changing colour.
The same year, on October 8 1965, a woman driving towards Warminster felt her car lose power after seeing a bright orange ball before the vehicle stopped. She then saw a dark object rise from a nearby field, sparking red and blue, before the engine started up again. In 1967, a businessman driving past Clay Hill felt his car become hot and heard a high-pitched noise before the engine failed. He got out and saw a glowing white disc overhead before it sped off. In August 25 1975, a serviceman driving near Warminster reported to a police patrol that his car malfunctioned after seeing a bright-red light in the sky.
IS THIS BRITAIN’S AREA 51? Pretty Wiltshire town of Warminster is a hotspot for ‘UFO visits’, unexplained lights and eerie happenings nobody can explain
Warminster’s mysterious UFO history really took off on Christmas Day in 1964 – and the town’s residents still want answers half a century later. It’s one of the strangest cases of mass paranormal sightings ever in the UK, and it propelled the south western town into the news. On that fateful Christmas Day, a ‘detonation noise’ rocked houses in the town’s Boreham Field housing estate before a ‘monstrous orange flame was seen in the sky, cracking and hissing’.
There are also strange claims of cars and motorbikes losing power and being shaken by vibrations between 1965 and 1975. Reports of paranormal objects been seen in the area go back to the 50s, and most of them were sighted in the Cradle Hill and Clay Hill areas of the town – next to military land on the edge of Salisbury Plain.
originally posted by: shawmanfromny
a reply to: Outlier13
Could be, but I didn't see anything on YouTube that looks remotely as intense as the one shown in the clip. Exactly, where would that amount of pyrotechnics be stored on a $1000 drone and you would need to rig a remote controlled igniter on the drone as well. Unless you're wealthy and could care less, I don't see a person risk destroying their drone for stunt like this. But who knows?
originally posted by: shawmanfromny
Here's the latest clip, posted on YouTube on May 28. (You really need to see this in full screen mode if possible):
Could this be the same object caught 2 days later, on May 30?
Thanks for reading...any ideas? I think it has to be military of some kind since there are military bases in that area. Who knows?
The video, taken by a Frome resident, shows a streak of light circling over the National Trust owned land in Corsley.
originally posted by: Outlier13
In the video below I believe these are drones with some type of pyrotechnic attached for effect. Their is nothing UFO like in their movement and they have the feel of a remote operator trying to make them look like UFOs.
I'm calling hoax.