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Tuesday 3pm - MORE sightings of orange light 'UFOs' over Louth have been witnessed recently – leading some to suggest the mystery is far from solved.
As the Leader reported last week, Legbourne residents Jeff and Eve Sardeson spotted three orange orbs moving silently across the sky from their garden on August 24.
Now others have come forward to say they saw similar lights last Saturday, September 6.
MORE responses to sightings of 'orange lights' UFOs near Louth have been pouring into the Leader – with some wondering if recent UFO activity is connected to the Large Hadron Collider experiment in Geneva. A man called Anthony from Wales emailed a similar account of what he saw: "I was having a cigarette outside my front door on Saturday at around 9pm and I looked over the roof tops and saw two orange-red glowing lights coming from over the hill where I live. "I called my wife and daughter to come and have a look, then a third light followed the other two. My wife phoned her father who lives not far away and he saw them too. I then went to get my camera but by the time I got it out the lights just vanished. Not knowing what they were I decided to search the net to see if any one has seen the same as us and I came across your picture which is exactly what we saw.
Ellie Butler from South Ormsby claimed to have seen one of the orbs up close, as she explained: "The orange lights had me confused too as I was at Cadwell recently and spotted one. "However the next night I witnessed the truth - they were indeed sky lanterns. One set off from a tent near ours and headed off towards Louth with a beautiful orange glow." She added: "So I am afraid the UFO is now an identified flying object."