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'Green beam' UFO sighted over Hinckley


Posted on Friday, 8 August, 2014 | Comment icon 12 comments

What did the witnesses see ? Image Credit: CC BY 2.0 Jason Rogers
Two independent witnesses reported seeing a strange beam of light descending from the heavens.
The first witness, 61-year-old Norman Willis, had been looking out of his bedroom window at around 11pm when he noticed a peculiar beam of green light shining down from the sky.

"It was fairly dark but the sky and stars were clear to see," he said. "All of a sudden a bright green beam came down out of the cloud for about three seconds before disappearing. It was a continuous beam down."

The second witness also saw something unusual over the city just a few hours earlier.

"At approximately 9.40pm I happened to notice a very bright stationary blue/white light that appeared to be hovering at first but then appeared to slowly descend out of the sky, turning to a beautiful blue/green colour," he said.

"The light slowly descended, very slowly, gradually turning more emerald green as it did so until it appeared to ‘drop’ behind a clump of trees and vanish."

Local UFO investigator Graham Hill who has been looking in to the case maintains that there were no police or air ambulance helicopters flying over the area at the time of the reports.

"We are treating the sightings as strange but we need more information from anyone else who may have seen something at around that time on the date in question," he said.

Source: Hinckley Times | Comments (12)

Tags: UFO, Hinckley


 
Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #3 Posted by Twin on 9 August, 2014, 1:09
Green lasers are abundant and easily available.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Sakari on 9 August, 2014, 1:33
Mount Graham, near my house. Awesome to see......Same thing has been reported here, from people who do not know.
Comment icon #5 Posted by coolguy on 9 August, 2014, 4:55
Very cool something is going on there to bad there is no video
Comment icon #6 Posted by alfonso on 9 August, 2014, 8:50
Green lasers are abundant and easily available. there still way behind the times in Hinckley they foradge and still hunt for food with spears and bows and have no idea what the internet is
Comment icon #7 Posted by ROGER on 10 August, 2014, 6:10
When one looks at a beam of light , how do you tell what direction it is going ?
Comment icon #8 Posted by Maff on 10 August, 2014, 9:37
Oh for goodness sake. I live within site of the royal observatory green laser which shines into the sky every night.. You can see it for miles! Blockbuster video in the 90s had a laser and so do many nightclubs. Talk about hamming up a totally normal sight.
Comment icon #9 Posted by sirec on 10 August, 2014, 20:02
could be a telescope getting a star fix . ;/
Comment icon #10 Posted by badeskov on 10 August, 2014, 23:06
Mount Graham, near my house. Awesome to see......Same thing has been reported here, from people who do not know. I am envious, dude... Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #11 Posted by Hawkin on 11 August, 2014, 4:48
Maybe it was the Green Lantern
Comment icon #12 Posted by Kaikou on 28 August, 2014, 13:54
there still way behind the times in Hinckley they foradge and still hunt for food with spears and bows and have no idea what the internet is Unfortunately they still have a better town than we do though. Charity shops everywhere!


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