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originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: NephraTari
LOL - that is clearly a different light source than what is being projected to the instagram folks - look at the way it moves - completely independent from the landscape - like a light being pointed in the same direction and the video shot from behind glass.
Robbie Williams and Springer go back a long way - Robbie loves ATS
Pop star and UFO fan Robbie Williams’ imminent move to a £7m country house may be as much to do with its location in an extra-terrestrial hotspot as his desire to rejoin Take That, it emerged today. The seven-bedroom mansion, in Compton Bassett, Wiltshire, England, lies in the heart of crop circle country, with meetings of enthusiasts held just yards from the 18th century house.
Catherine Parr Location: Compton Bassett (Wiltshire) - Compton Bassett House Type: Haunting Manifestation Date / Time: 2009 Further Comments: TVNZ reported that performer Robbie Williams would often feel the presence of Catherine at his home, which was once her barn, although the entity was not scary.
Smelly rubbish site plagues Robbie's country pad
A stinking landfill site has been causing controversy in the Wiltshire village of Compton Bassett, home to Robbie Williams multi million pound mansion.
The singer bought the prestigious pad in 2009 for 8.1million and looks set to make huge losses as he recently reduced the price tag to 5.5million earlier this year.
Set in 71 acres of parkland, it's neatly manicured gardens and famous owner didn't exactly set the property market on fire when it was lavishly advertised in Country Life magazine. The worsening landfill stench looks set to cause more headaches for Mr Williams.
Residents of the picture box English village have been lodging complaints with the landfill contractor, Hills Waste Management via the local Parish Council
Speaking to the Daily Mail, one resident said, "The stench is more obnoxious than rotten eggs and will definitely affect house prices. The smell is at its worst right by Robbie Williams' house . . .