UK Sightings; Human Official MoD Reports of Our Haunting Alien Encounters More Than 300 Years and Even Charles Dickens Refers to It in Bleak House

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UK Sightings; Human Official MoD Reports of Our Haunting Alien Encounters More Than 300 Years and Even Charles Dickens Refers to It in Bleak House


The level-headed among us, say there must be a natural cause such as a build-up of gas or a natural explanation, such as a cigarette, which causes a "wick" effect where the flames burn on the fat of the body until it runs out.

Norfolk In November 1989, RAF Wattisham in Norfolk received one of the most unusual UFO reports. An unidentified female was approached by a man who claimed to come from another planet, similar to earth. During the ten-minute conversation, the man told her his race was responsible for creating crop circles and also explained he felt it was important for contact between the two peoples to occur. As she ran home, the woman heard a loud buzzing noise behind her and turned to see a large, glowing spherical object rise steadily until out of sight.

Others say it's down to paranormal activity or even divine intervention.

You decide.

Agnes Phillips A COUrAGeOUs passer-by tried to save Agnes Phillips when she spontaneously caught fire in her daughter's car.

Bonnybridge James Walker noticed unidentified lights in the sky over Bonnybridge, the town which was the scene of numerous UFO sightings. It forms part of the Falkirk Triangle, an area from Stirling to Fife to the outskirts of Edinburgh. UFO enthusiasts claim that Bonnybridge is the world's number one UFO location, with an average of around 300 sightings a year.

Agnes suffered from Alzheimer's and lived in a nursing home. Her daughter Jackie Park, had taken her out for the day.

When Agnes fell asleep in the car, Jackie nipped into a shop - when she illustrates all that remained of the retired physician was his right leg. remains were found in the bathroom.

London All that was left of the cremated body was the lower half of his right leg, still wearing a slipper.

One of the weirder tales from the files is the 2003 sighting of "worm-shaped" UFOs over East Dulwich in London. A mother and daughter reported it to the police but, according to testimony she later gave to the MoD's UFO desk, the two police constables who attended the scene were joined by two men dressed in "space suits and dark glasses who called themselves Mork and Mindy."

The last time anyone saw the 92-year-old alive was the day before his death when his friends left his The rest of him was ash, and his THE twist in this case is that the victim 58-year-old George Mott was a retired fireman.

Suffolk He was found by his son burned to death in his home near New York, US on March 26, 1986.

Suffolk At RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk, Freddie Wimbledon remembers the RAF scrambling fighter planes to intercept a UFO seen on radar and by observers on the ground. The UFO reportedly His body was ash, and the mattress he was lying on had been consumed by the flames. All that was left was a shrunken skull and a piece of rib cage.

Investigators tried to suggest that it had been caused by a gas leak or a bolt of electricity that had shot out and sparked a flame.

latched onto a fighter plane, "following its every move" before speeding off at "terrific speed". Wimbledon and the staff involved were sworn to secrecy, while Ralph Noyes recalls being shown gun camera footage of the UFOs taken from aboard the aircraft at a special MoD screening in 1970.

But there was no evidence of this - this was one fire Mott didn't stand a chance of putting out.

Manchester Two British Airways pilots reported a close encounter with a UFO in the skies on flight BA5061 from Milan as they made their descent into Manchester.

The Ministry of Defence files show captain Roger Willis' conversation with Manchester air traffic control in January 1995, when he claimed his Boeing 747, containing 60 passengers onboard was overtaken at high-speed by a wedge-shaped craft with bright lights.

Captain Willis said: "We just had something go down the right-hand side, just above us, very fast. …

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