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Schoolgirl films dancing fireball in the sky


Posted on Thursday, 5 June, 2014 | Comment icon 79 comments

What did the girls see ? Image Credit: YouTube / SWNS TV
11-year-old Katie Real and her sister Macie spotted something unusual from their upstairs window.
The girls had been playing about on their mother's laptop when they noticed a bright light moving around in the sky above the houses in the distance. Eager to capture the spectacle on camera, Katie took the decision to start filming it using the computer's webcam.

"I was looking out of my window and a large glowing ball of light caught my eye," she said. "It was moving very fast. I just grabbed my computer and started filming it."

The sisters had initially believed the object to be a shooting star, but its erratic movements soon seemed to suggest otherwise. After a few minutes it turned red and disappeared behind the houses.

"When she showed it to me I was amazed," said the girls' mother, Fiona. "Initially we thought it could be a plane on fire but it appeared to be dancing across the sky. It was an amazing sight."


Source: Metro | Comments (79)

Tags: UFO, Fireball


 
Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #70 Posted by Junior Chubb on 9 June, 2014, 12:48
So Hmm.. To be fair, goodfella's post did NOT contain any link nor any real details, and your post of the schedule was just a single link with no explanation - it merely said there was an airshow in Northamptonshire. So it's hardly surprising that ignoramuses like me might miss such 'info' as I/they skim over the replies... I think we need to elaborate a little more - one liners and unexplained links, be they Youtube or indeed anything, is what we criticise others for.... Good point... So we are back to aliens then
Comment icon #71 Posted by TheGreatBeliever on 10 June, 2014, 16:54
In asia flying fire balls is said to be black magic. They r seen flying above trees in jungles.. Don know how true is it..
Comment icon #72 Posted by scowl on 10 June, 2014, 16:58
In asia flying fire balls is said to be black magic. Who invented gunpowder over a thousand years ago?
Comment icon #73 Posted by toast on 10 June, 2014, 17:02
They r seen flying above trees in jungles.. Because flying under the trees isn`t possible in the jungle.
Comment icon #74 Posted by TheGreatBeliever on 10 June, 2014, 17:04
Because flying under the trees isn`t possible in the jungle. Another prompt reply. U guys ambushing me or something? Hmmm.. Its just ghost stories of asia. U can google search it
Comment icon #75 Posted by TheGreatBeliever on 10 June, 2014, 17:05
Who invented gunpowder over a thousand years ago? Now thats a prompt reply. But wat has that got to do with this article?
Comment icon #76 Posted by toast on 10 June, 2014, 17:13
Now thats a prompt reply. But wat has that got to do with this article? Failed!
Comment icon #77 Posted by TheGreatBeliever on 10 June, 2014, 19:17
Failed! Don know y but i like the way u said that. Haha!
Comment icon #78 Posted by psyche101 on 11 June, 2014, 3:37
In asia flying fire balls is said to be black magic. They r seen flying above trees in jungles.. Don know how true is it.. They exist but not black magic - Google Naga Balls.
Comment icon #79 Posted by Codenwarra on 13 June, 2014, 5:58
Circular movement close to the ground. Looks like a stunt kite. EDIT So it was a glider at an air show. RC aircraft was my second guess.


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