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Burning orange light baffles Rudloe residents


Posted on Thursday, 17 April, 2014 | Comment icon 50 comments

The object was witnessed by several people. Image Credit: sxc.hu
Several witnesses observed the phenomenon in the sky over a rural part of England.
The North Wiltshire village became the center of an aerial mystery this week when several of its residents observed a strange burning orange light in the sky above the houses.

"I was at my mum's in Rudloe and my other half came running up the road shouting there was something falling out of the sky," said Jo Collier who reported seeing the phenomenon at around 8pm. "It was like this big orange glow, absolutely huge, and the tail was bright, bright orange."

Collier took to the Internet in an effort to determine if any astronomical phenomena could have accounted for the sighting but couldn't find anything.

"I honestly donít know what it was but it was definitely a strange phenomena in the sky that was travelling quite fast at a really strange angle," she said. "A lot of other people saw it, everyone's talking about it."

A photograph of the object can be viewed - here.

Source: This is Wiltshire | Comments (50)

Tags: Rudloe, UFO

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #41 Posted by zoser on 18 April, 2014, 7:19
Or, as this was in Wiltshire, the crop circle support UFO. Crop circles are all man made aren't they? According to the skeptics anyway.
Comment icon #42 Posted by zoser on 18 April, 2014, 7:21
For those of you passionate about this stuff, might I recommend a good sky watching app. I use Sky Guide on my Ipad and it does a great job of showing you natural bodies as well as man-made satellites that are overhead at the moment and their position in the sky. Another little known tidbit - if you have an Apple device, you can simply ask Siri what aircraft are overhead at that particular moment and she'll tell you aircraft type, heading, and altitude. The object in post 20 is definitely not a satellite.
Comment icon #43 Posted by toast on 18 April, 2014, 10:31
The object in post 20 is definitely not a satellite. The object in post 20 is definitely not a space craft of extraterrestrial origin.
Comment icon #44 Posted by scowl on 18 April, 2014, 16:01
The object in post 20 is definitely not a space craft of extraterrestrial origin. You've forgotten that zoser once claimed he had the ability to simply look at any photo or video and determine with absolute accuracy whether or not it contains an extraterrestrial spacecraft.
Comment icon #45 Posted by zoser on 18 April, 2014, 17:31
You've forgotten that zoser once claimed he had the ability to simply look at any photo or video and determine with absolute accuracy whether or not it contains an extraterrestrial spacecraft. You missed out the fact that I stated they would (as evidence proves) that they are usually all blurred while in flight due to the EM anti-gravity effect.
Comment icon #46 Posted by scowl on 18 April, 2014, 17:48
You missed out the fact that I stated they would (as evidence proves) that they are usually all blurred while in flight due to the EM anti-gravity effect. Oh yeah. The EM anti-gravity effect. How could I have forgotten that part...
Comment icon #47 Posted by badeskov on 18 April, 2014, 19:23
Oh yeah. The EM anti-gravity effect. How could I have forgotten that part... Tsk tsk ;-) Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #48 Posted by zoser on 18 April, 2014, 19:26
Oh yeah. The EM anti-gravity effect. How could I have forgotten that part... Call yourself a Ufologist? I don't know. I really don't.
Comment icon #49 Posted by toast on 18 April, 2014, 19:59
Oh yeah. The EM anti-gravity effect. How could I have forgotten that part... It`s just simple. The EM anti-gravity-ding-dong effect is blurring pic/clips AND makes ppl forgetful when overflown by an UFO. So you.
Comment icon #50 Posted by ColoradoParanormal on 18 April, 2014, 20:05
It's been said here, but I do believe this is nothing more than a contrail of a jet that has been highlighted by the setting sun. They are sort of rare, but do happen and look "out of the ordinary." This video proves the contrail theory: It's an identical match. http://ak8.picdn.net/shutterstock/videos/3641054/preview/stock-footage-mini-contrails-very-short-jet-contrails-indicate-very-dry-air-at-flight-levels.mp4 Source: http://footage.shutterstock.com/clip-3641054-stock-footage-mini-contrails-very-short-jet-contrails-indicate-very-dry-air-at-flight-levels.html?src=rel/3639464:3/gg


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