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A BBC WM journalist has filmed a mysterious light in the skies above Stourbridge.
The footage was recorded at around 9.30pm on the evening of Monday, 17 May using a mobile phone.
It shows an orange ball crossing the horizon above Wollaston, travelling from north to south, before disappearing behind some trees.
BBC WM's Brett Birks was watering his garden at the time and happened to look up at the sky.
"I glanced upwards and saw this orange ball," he said.
"It was travelling on a perfect course across the sky. It appeared to change colour from orange to yellow and back again.
Originally posted by samstone
Those Chinese lanterns have a lot to answer for. They should be banned.
People are still confusing them with ufo's.
Are we looking at the same video?
Originally posted by loisthegriffin
reply to post by samstone
Ive seen the exact same thing myself a couple of months ago, and i can promise you they are not lanterns, theres a big difference between a BALL of fire shooting across the sky and a lantern floating gently across it.
Originally posted by prionace glauca
reply to post by ShadowArcher
He is a journalist after all, no matter what type of journalist you are..in order to succeed you have to be ready for the moment. This could've have been his moment if it was anything other than an lantern.