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"It was really weird - like a round ball that seemed to be on fire. It was moving really fast at a steady speed and kept at the same height
"There was no wind that evening so it couldn't have been a weather balloon. It looked like something from a sci-fi film.
Andrew Baskeyfield spotted the unexplained ball of light circling above his home in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, at about 7:30pm Monday night.
The bright white dot, which was still visible in daylight against the blue cloudy sky, is simultaneously seen dancing around the screen of three separate mobile phones belonging to the 23-year-old, his father and older brother.
This bizarre phenomenon comes after five unexplained 'fireballs' were recently seen over Bristol, which prompted fears of a potential UFO invasion.
Mysterious orange lights seen floating in the sky over Bristol have now been identified.
The UFOs seen in a number of locations from Fishponds to Westbury-on-Trym were actually a new slow-burning alternative to fireworks, known as sky lanterns.