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FIRST a woman photographed strange flying discs descending on a busy Sydney street – now Daily Telegraph Online reporter Dora Tsavdaridis (foto) has told how she spotted a UFO while on a beach holiday.
Mother-of-two Fiona Hartigan captured the imagination of the nation after sunset snaps taken in Chipping North on Sunday were printed in the Daily Telegraph today.
“As I was about to take the picture this black object appeared and then it started to move,” she said.
“It started off about 800m away but it came closer – to about 400m – and then two other little round things appeared from this bright orange light above.
“There was no noise. It was calm and peaceful but it was very weird.”
And she’s not alone. Ms Tsavdaridis says she will never forget her own close encounter on the Greek island of Mykonos.
By Daily Telegraph reporter Dora Tsavdaridis
I AM pretty sure I saw a UFO.
I am going out on a limb here, because the majority of my colleagues and probably the population, don’t believe in them. That’s why it’s taken me so long to come out with it. I hope I don’t regret this.
Trying to tell my so-called friends my story was hard enough, the jokes, the ridicule, so predictable, and it’s not like I’m a huge believer of UFOs, either way, I’m open to the belief, that I just don’t know if they’re real or not.
It was about the size of a star and it looked like it was as far away. At first I thought maybe it was a plane, but there were no blinking lights, just this one red light. Plus, it was too far away to be a plane.
At the time we thought it was most likely a comet or something similar but after looking into it, there were no reported comets that were visible to the human eye on that date. Plus I’ve seen a comet and they usually have a tail of some sort - this definitely didn’t.
We tried to take a photo but it was so dark around us, we couldn’t get a good shot - damn - this stuff is worth big bucks.