Donut shaped UFO caught on camera near wind farm
Published Date: 15 January 2009
By Gemma Gadd
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A donut-shaped UFO was caught on camera near Conisholme wind farm a few weeks before the wind turbine was damaged.
Brian Lee, 55, was driving on Billings Gate road in South Somercotes at 4.30pm on December 9 and stopped his car to take some pictures of a dramatic
sunset on his mobile phone.
It wasn't until he returned home and looked over the images that he discovered the strange object in one of them.
He said: "I looked at my phone and just saw this donut-shaped thing in the sky; I didn't know what to think it was."
The image, facing a south westerly direction, also shows the headlights of a car approaching. The mystery object can be seen in the sky amidst the
Mr Lee, from nearby Saltfleet, said: "I've sat on this photo for a while because I just didn't know what to think about it, but after seeing all
your stories in the Leader about the wind farm UFOs I thought maybe I should show somebody."
When asked if he believed UFOs were of alien origin, Mr Lee said he likes to keep an open mind, but added: "This isn't some sort of hoax as I really
don't have any interest in the whole UFO thing. I just thought it was really strange."
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I would just like to add this:
I run BEAMS - The British Earth and Aerial Mysteries Society.
Just a couple of days after conversing in depth with a former RAF man by email and telephone, a witness who had also observed something incredible
near to Conisholme, (about which I had just reported on the BEAMS web pages...and was going to add many more details learned since)...our London
branch was burgled and had it's laptop stolen containing vital material, then next, my website upload connection was severed by someone or
some-thing, and our webmaster has since totally disappeared.
Just paranoia many will say...sheer coincidence....but I have had it confirmed to me by the webmaster for LUFOS - London UFO Studies, that the
internet is indeed being policed, of this he has had experience, and also I have been warned to be very careful what I put on my site by the editor of
the FSR, Flying Saucer Review, who I am in regular contact with.
Strange things are happeneing with my emails as well..they often go into a void, sometime wiped off as I am writing them.
And before anyone asks, my pc is completely virus-free, checked by NOD32 and Spybot virus scanners.
Coincidentally perhaps, just before all this happened, I also dared criticise Sky News for debunking the Conisholme case.
see entries here
On the run up to the Conisholme crash our lines were red hot, and we had about 17 ufo reports from up and down the country, with more still coming
Until I can save up enough money to go with a fresh hosting company, ufo reports which are being sent to us daily at BEAMS are piling up here, as I
can no longer update our site.