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The photo was taken by a 57-year-old nanny on a day out last April. DC Heseltine, of Wakefield, West Yorks, has now handed it over for study to a former US navy physicist who specialises in photo analysis.
A nanny, aged 57, who was on a visit to the attraction last April snapped the unexplained object. Dc Heseltine, who is from Wakefiled in West Yorks, has now handed over the picture for study to a former US navy physicist who specialises in photo analysis.
Originally posted by Grey Magic
I don't know what is the matter lately with the whole UFO topic, people claiming they have the best proof ever but won't spread it.
If I was so lucky it would be the first thing I did.
Strange indeed, but I don't trust the Sun newspaper anymore, and I don't trust anyone who claims to have the best proof ever.
Originally posted by Heike
I'm curious to know which picture is the one that the 57-yo nanny actually took, and why the other one is being used by a newspaper without any admission that it's not the real picture...
Originally posted by -Klaus-
These are British papers and not the best either, every week it is apparent that someone else has rehashed an article from another paper just to fill column inches.
I recommend reading private eye, they always do a good expose every fortnight on the inter-politics of newspapers.
Originally posted by silver6ix its unusual for the big tabloids to print images which are not paid for by them.