In mid 1995, I was out hunting UFO's. I had my trusty Minolta 7000i dinax SLR camera and tripod at the ready and was camped out on Jubilee tower,
Which overlooks the M6 and Blackpool and is approximately 8 miles East of Lancaster.
The night was relatively calm, with broken clouds and a full moon. At approximately 1.50am I began to see a bright white light heading in my
I looked intently at it and observed it to be moving from side to side as it flew forwards. It was travelling almost parallel with the M6 motorway.
There was no noise coming from it and it took roughly 5 minutes to fly over me and eventaully over the hills behind me. It was not travelling fast.
My immediate thought was that the pilot must have had too much to drink. As it got closer, I could clearly see no other lights (port/starboard red and
greens or any other flashing lights to indicate it as a conventional aircraft) so i began taking picture after picture and hoped that the light from
the full moon would give me the shot I was after... and I got it.
At first, the object just looks like it is a fault on the picture, and for anyone who had no idea what to look for may completely miss it.
Here is the picture itself..
Along with the original negative (for anyone with the ability to have a proper look at this object.)
So in this next image, I have cropped and enlarged the obect itself. I have adjusted colour, brightness and contrast in an attempt to highlight the
three 'porthole' lights which are directly to the right of the main light.
I have a newspaper cutting of this which shows them more clearly and I'll upload that when I can get my hands on it.
But this is not all... The next bit is a bit hard to explain. There appears to be some form of 'flare' or maybe a 'field' of some sort which
originates from the main light and extends outwards in an almost perfect sphere.
If you look at this cropped section, you can just make out what I mean. It looks like a blue haze here.
What has me confused is this, if it was caused by the glow of the light, then the haze should be centralised around the light as you can see a similar
effect around the moon. The objects haze extends forwards of the craft.
Combined with how this craft was travelling, some have suggested that I may have un-knowingly photographed an anti-gravity field.
I know there are some real wizzards here on ATS that can do wonders with investigating anomolies in photos, so I invite any and all to do as best a
study as they can manage.
[edit on 23-9-2008 by Extralien]