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Originally posted by yigsstarhouse
Is Ashford Kent anywhere near our area? I am only asking because this guy seemed to have caught a few and they do have the orange color and just seem to "appear" as well. Takes him a few to get steady, but there is a odd resemblance. This was caught last night I guess.
Seems England is lighting up!
Originally posted by escrow
first time post so please be gentle.
apologies if this has already been mentioned but i wondered if anyone had an thoughts about what happens in Part 2 of the video, more specifically what occurs at 2:40 secs.
the ball of light on the far right side darts quickly further into to the right.
it made me think whether we can deduce anything by looking at the objects quick movement?
has the footage been paused then let go a few seconds later?
is the wind pushing the object downwards?
or would the distance the object travelled be inconceivable for any manmade tech?
i hope somebody does some further scientific analysis. especially regarding the speed and size of these objects. they look massive but i would like to know how big exactly!
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[edit on 25-7-2010 by escrow]
the cleadon tower, in comparison the tower was to the left us, while the lights were much further to the right, aslmot directly ahead. The tower is actually very close by, about a mile, and was visible to the left at all times.
Originally posted by mozzy1113
the coordinates for the mill are
54'57'42.77" N 10'23'36.78" W
I checked and we were looking North-Northwest
Originally posted by Zeptepi
If Mozzy said that the water tower was on their left, and they were at (standing just beside) the Mill, the only way the water tower was on the left of them is if they are looking north or north east.
Look at the maps I posted above. If they were looking west, the water tower would have been on their right.
Based on That description, they were not looking west.
[edit on 26-7-2010 by Zeptepi]
Originally posted by yigsstarhouse
Very very good eye escrow. As if I haven't watched this video enough all ready, lol, I did go look to see what you were talking about. I couldn't figure it out at first because you said it was at the 2:40 mark. It is actually at the 2:50 mark.
I made a short little clip to show it. I don't think the video was paused as they seemed to keep it running, but it is certainly interesting.
So, is this what you are talking about? I don't think a flare could ever move That fast...
England: A witness watches as a bright white light 'discards' something over Gateshead
Posted: July 17, 2010
Location of Sighting: Gateshead ne11
Date of Sighting: 17th July 2010
Witness Statement: I was at work and went out to get some fresh air and was admiring the stars as they were so bright. When to the west above Winlaton a white bright light traveling north was spotted, when suddenly the light got brighter, but there was no noise and it appeared to discard something. The bright light disappeared very quickly but whatever it had discarded which had a dull light appeared to linger in the sky descending very slowly and then hovering which also quickly disappeared after about 10 minutes.
UFO invades BBC Breakfast
By VINCE SOODIN
Published: 06 Aug 2009
A UFO mystery has been sparked after a flashing light was spotted on BBC breakfast television.
Viewers watched in amazement as the white probe-like object appeared on the Look North morning show.
It was described as "intriguing" and a "genuine mystery" by UFO expert Nick Pope.
The UFO was captured on a webcam on Tuesday as it passed over the Gateshead Millennium Bridge on the River Tyne.
Viewers spotted the object when pictures from the weather camera were used as a backdrop on the breakfast show behind presenter Colin Briggs.
Former MoD UFO investigator Mr Pope said: "At first I thought it was a bird, but the slowed down footage seems to rule this out. It's an intriguing film and a genuine mystery."
Paper lanterns spark UFO report
Reports of bright orange lights over the night sky on Tyneside were sparked by illuminated paper lanterns being released in a park, police said.
Witnesses reported seeing clusters of lights speeding through the sky from the Gateshead area on Saturday night.
One man called police to report orange-coloured objects flying over his house, a police spokesman said.
Inquiries later found a number of paper lanterns had been set off in nearby Saltwell Park.
Rob Middleton, 55, of Consiton Place, Gateshead, said dozens of people came out on to his street to view the objects.
He said: "There was about 30 or 40 lights in total and they were flying in formation in a straight line for up to about half-an-hour.
"They were really low and there was no tail behind them, they were definitely not aeroplanes.
"Everyone was gathered in the street watching and some people were expecting an alien invasion."
Andy Howland, 38, of Leeds, also saw the lights but from the other side of the River Tyne during a visit to Newcastle.
He said: "It was a really weird sight. At first there was little clusters of about four or five lights and then after that there were big rose-coloured ones.
"They all came in from the Gateshead area and then headed out to sea."