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According to a police log released today by the Ministry of Defence, he reported the light was "two houses high" and that it followed him when he tried to walk away from it.
He told police it made a high-pitched noise "like cats wailing", before blasting light beams downwards.
The pair found four railway sleepers smouldering and one with a 4in hole burned through it.
The man – "a sensible sort of lad and genuine", according to police – was going home at about 2.30am on July 15, 1996, when he noticed he was being followed by a bright yellow light as he crossed a footbridge from Avondale Drive into Upton.
Originally posted by Chovy
reply to post by Exuberant1
Yes but this witness heard high pitched noises at the time, and the light was following him. It sounds odd to me.