last night on the 17th of december 2010 i seen an orange ball of light around the Crookston area of Glasgow did anyone see this, ive also noticed some strange lights in the sky that are a lot diffrent from the orange balls with a lot of diffrent activity one sighting included two white lights coming from quite a far distance apart one from the left one from the right when they met in the middle they seemed to disapear this was in fact not the last time i would see this activity i used to watch and see the same thing happen almost every other week. people dont seem to notice these lights i think a lot of people just think they are normal aircraft and dont actually watch them but there is some weird lights in the sky over Glasgow. has anyone else noticed this?
In an article called Mysterious Dudley Dorito UFO spotted over UK skies for the third time in three years, www.dailymail.co.uk mocks recent UFO sightings over Great Britain by calling the UFO a ‘extra-terrestrial tortilla chip’.
The most recent report of the triangular craft was by Munesh Mistry, who spotted the object in the the skies above his home in Tipton, West Midlands at around 10.15pm on Sunday.
On November 4th, a similar UFO was seen hovering over nearby Sutton Coldfield.
In February last year a UFO sighting was recorded by Sean Gibbs-Percival over the skies of Oldbury, with another in April when two witnesses saw a flying saucer-shaped object described as two bright orange UFOs.
Hot off the press, more orange ball of light UFOs over Peterborough UK on August 22nd, 2010.
This report was left as a comment on a previous Whales In Space post.
More orange balls seen over Walton area in Peterborough last evening 22/08/10. Lighting up the sky and moving off towards the east at very high speed. Returned at least four times, only to shoot off again. Several family members witnessed this. Certainly not street lamp reflections, lazers, helicopters, chinese laterns, hot air balloon burners, aircraft lights, fuel dumping, afterburners etc. These were like mini suns and quick. Orange balls have been reported around this area for many many years, be interested to hear if anybody has a plausible explanation. The marsh gas & weather balloon apologists need not reply !
An unnamed British scientist, who’s grandfather was one of Sir Winston Churchill’s bodyguards, has requested more information concerning the claims that Churchill asked for a cover up of UFO activity in fear that “mass panic” would result from the information becoming public, as recounted in declassified Ministry of Defence UFO files made available online by the National Archives.
The document describes how his grandfather, who served with the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the war, was present when Churchill and U.S. General Dwight Eisenhower discussed how to deal with a UFO encounter that took place near the English coastline at the end of World War Two.
On several occasions, the British The National Archives have released large numbers of previously classified documents detailing UFO activity by the British Government and Military.
Chris Bird witnessed four bright lights from his home in Burnside, Bunree Scotland, shortly after 11pm on Friday, June 4 and was able to capture images of the weird light in the sky.
The lights were said to not behave like fireworks or Chinese lanterns. They were described as ‘reddish glowing lights’ that came and went one at a time.
500 miles to the south, not far from London in Reading, UK, www.beamsinvestigations.org.uk is reporting a sighting on June 16th at 10:30 pm of a mysterious glowing UFO moving north. The object is described as ‘the shape that of a torpedo’.
Several images were captured.
Multiple UFO sightings over Inverness, UK have been reported in the last several months.
Inverness is about 150 miles north of Edinburgh, in northern Scotland. The city, with a population of over 50,000, sits at the mouth of the River Ness.
In March of this year, a local man reported he had seen UFOs four times over Nairn and Inverness. Then in May, a RAF airman named Karl King reported a similar sighting over Inverness from his home in nearby Moray.
Then on May 20th, as reported by www.highland-news.co.uk, pilot Bill Renny saw an unexplained orange fireball in the sky while out walking his dog along the River Ness at the end of Anderson Street about 11.10pm.
“I was born in Renfrew, virtually at the end of the main runway at Glasgow Airport, and my first job was with Loganair which i got because I was always hanging around the airport planespotting
My uncle was a pilot and took me up on a flight was when I was very young and I flew solo before I was 19.
What I saw that evening I cannot reconcile with anything I have seen before. I’m not talking about green men or anything like that. It was simply something I cannot explain.
This was not a Chinese lantern. It flew at a steady height and course. There was no wind and the object flew much, much faster than a lantern. It was silent. There were clouds at about 5,000ft and this object was below the clouds. It was only about 1,000ft above my head and flew right over the top of the Kessock Bridge.
Apart from the lack of sound, there were no navigation lights, either red or green, nor any anti-collision strobe lights, white tail lights or landing lights. It was not night sun spotlights as seen on helicopters.”
Inverness Airport said the airport had been closed at that time and they are not aware of any air activity in the area.