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A UFO/Alien event has taken place in China that is being hailed by some scientists as irrefutable evidence that Earth is occasionally visited by alien beings.
A mass UFO sighting took place during the evening in mid-April of this year in the village of Laohekou in Hubei Province. According to media reports, villagers were woken up by intense bright lights and rushed outside to see a giant, seemingly unearthly craft hovering no more than fifty meters above rooftops. Some witnesses described the craft as consisting of two enormous glowing spheres rotating around one larger static sphere. Other locals described the objects as egg shaped. The entire entity lunged from side to side in an irregular manner before vanishing into the night sky. Witnesses also noted that the object was emitting some kind of substance resembling fairy floss or cotton. Reporters from around China rushed to interview stunned villagers the next day. Local aviation, meteorological and military authorities have confirmed that the object was not a human craft and have promised to investigate.
Originally posted by CaptainBeno
This is great! Ihope more info appears.......I have looked but only found the same story.
Pic would have been good hey? Mmmm oh well.
Here's some "angel hair"
A bit blurry, not my photo.......sorry!
HERE IS STORY LINK:
www.ufodigest.com...edit on 23-4-2012 by CaptainBeno because: LINK
Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
lol everything in China happens in "mass".. It's a billion of 'em..
but really though, it sounds good, but it looks........ oh right, "mass" means thousands with no cameras...
Originally posted by TomServo
Apologies if someone has already found/posted this link: The Telegraph
Also reported by: MSN
I'll work on this later, but it would be interesting if someone could cross ref the terrain/town/area with the location claimed in this thread.edit on 24-4-2012 by TomServo because: (no reason given)