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Rotating UFO photographed over London

Posted on Wednesday, 30 April, 2014 | Comment icon 151 comments

A close-up of the object over North London. Image Credit: Mixtris UFO-images

A London resident managed to take several photographs of a strange dark-colored object over the capital.

The images were taken in the early afternoon of April 28th and show a peculiar circular dome-shaped craft spinning in the air. The witness claims that the object changed colors as it rotated and flew off after about 5 minutes towards the Highbury and Islington area.

The photographs have generated a great deal of interest since appearing online with Internet users debating over what the object could be.

The original Facebook post and image set can be viewed below:

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Tags: London, UFO

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #142 Posted by psyche101 on 12 May, 2014, 6:49
You find the CT section so very different? Really?
Comment icon #143 Posted by Admiral Rhubarb on 13 May, 2014, 7:08
But there is usually some truth or known facts that are at the bottom of those arguments, and if they were true (the conspiracy theories) then it would raise some very important issues. Most of the things that are bickered about here are purely opinion, though, and no one can know for sure whether or not they are true, but nevertheless people still say things like "that's just speculation" to dismiss any suggestions or ideas anyone puts forward.
Comment icon #144 Posted by psyche101 on 13 May, 2014, 7:28
Mate, I have to say I feel the same very much applies to this section, the resident recalcitrant withstanding. Um, ... suggestions and ideas are speculations aren't they? That's where this sections has problems too, people who cannot differentiate between fact and speculation, for those who can, it's not so much of an uphill climb. You guys seem to have Earl, we have Zoser. I gotta say, I see a lot of similarities.
Comment icon #145 Posted by Admiral Rhubarb on 13 May, 2014, 7:36
Don't forget Turbonium.
Comment icon #146 Posted by psyche101 on 13 May, 2014, 7:44
I had forgot old Turbs, I have a feeling a few people will envy that Haha, not sure who has it worse to be honest!!
Comment icon #147 Posted by badeskov on 15 May, 2014, 3:46
Forgettng Turbs....? I am impressed Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #148 Posted by atomk12 on 16 May, 2014, 13:58
Have you ever seen the movie "Batteries not Included"? I think they are here.
Comment icon #149 Posted by EllJay on 20 May, 2014, 23:15
Bizarre rotating object pictured over Paris
Comment icon #150 Posted by DieChecker on 21 May, 2014, 1:17
It kind of looks like they went to the trouble of making it appear that shadows of the buildings show on the UFO, but they've forgotten to put the shadow of the UFO onto the walls of the opposite buildings. Unless the buildings on the near side are like twice as tall as those on the far side? The Sun reaches almost to the street, so you'd expect some kind of shadow...
Comment icon #151 Posted by EllJay on 21 May, 2014, 11:58
Yeah, they missed out on a few things, but it is a pretty impressive clip anyways. You get feeling of a patrolling sentinel cruising the district for unruly humans.

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