More people have reported sightings of UFOs above Bracknell and one woman might even have managed to catch one on film.
Last week the Bracknell Forest Standard reported how Bullbrook man Zdravko Nanev saw an orange light moving around in the sky as he watched from the back of his flat in Kelvin Gate on Friday, July 2.
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Since the story went in the newspaper and on our website several people have reported similar sightings.
‘JS’ from Crowthorne commented on the website saying: “My wife and I saw two ‘UFOs??’ at around the same time last Friday night. At first we thought it was an aircraft or a helicopter on fire.
“It appeared to be an irregularly shaped ball of orange flame.
“It was followed by another approx 30 seconds later.
“They came from the south east towards us, hovered for a few seconds then turned to the east and disappeared.”
Stargazers who got in touch with the Standard after Zdravko’s first sighting suggested it could have been an orbiting satellite, but JS said he does not think that was what he saw.
He added: “They were definitely not orbiting. They appeared to be flying at the same height and speed as a helicopter, one following the other.
“We would be very interested in finding out what these actually were.”
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Spooky sightings of ghouls, ghosts and evil spirits are higher than they have been in the past 25 years, according to a new report on haunted Britain.
There have been nearly 1,000 reports of demonic activity in the past quarter of a century, with Yorkshire the nation’s most ghostly county.
Encounters with devils, demons and evil spirits are as widespread today as they were in medieval times, researchers claim.
The research was led by the UKs leading authority on the unexplained Lionel Fanthorpe who studied various archives and websites as well as his own reports to identify all sightings and recordings of supernatural beings with satanic qualities.
The study found that despite being in time of accelerating technology, 21st century Britons have not turned their back on ghouls, boggarts, hell-hounds, witches, wizards, banshees and black magic curses, with a whopping 968 reports of demonic activity in the past 25 years.
The mix of UFOs and Bigfoot reports is nothing new in Pennsylvania.
A UFO-Bigfoot wave hit mainly southwestern Pennsylvania in 1973 and 1974 that investigators are still discussing today.
But on a mountain top in the central part of western Pennsylvania, two related families on a large tract of land are feeling their own invasion today.
Dan and Alice own one home, while their niece, Mellissa, owns the second home on the property.
The two families are trying to deal with the almost daily UFO activity over their land – hovering triangles, orbs, and discs – and red lights that seem to be emitted from the larger objects that float silently to one particular piece of their property – their camp area.
THE Gold Coast has reported the second highest number of UFO sightings in Queensland in a year.
According to UFO Research Queensland, an organisation established in 1956 which records and researches UFO sightings, the Gold Coast ranked second to Brisbane in the number of unexplained sightings between October 2008 and September 2009, with 25 reports out of a total 123 coming from the Coast.
Brisbane had 28, while Caboolture, Cairns and Logan were next on the list, all with five reports recorded.
For many years, the Australian Air Force was responsible for handling Unusual Aerial Sightings at the official level but in the 1990s, the department stopped archiving reports.
Nowadays sightings are reported to local police authorities or civilian UFO research groups in the State, if at all.
UFO Research Queensland president Sheryl Gottschall said sightings ranged from strange lights in the sky to detailed descriptions of craft.
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