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'Broad Haven Triangle' house goes up for sale

July 13, 2016 | Comment icon 5 comments



What really happened in Broad Haven, Wales in 1977 ? Image Credit: PD / Photovision / Pixabay
A house at the center of the 1977 Broad Haven Triangle UFO mystery has recently gone on the market.
Formerly known as the Haven Fort Hotel, this idyllic coastal retreat was once the scene of a UFO sighting so mysterious that the incident ended up being investigated by the Ministry of Defense.

The Broad Haven sightings began in 1977 when hotel owner Rosa Granville was awoken in the early hours by a strange noise and saw a series of peculiar flashing lights through her window. When she looked out she observed what she described as an "upside-down saucer" in a nearby field and two "faceless humanoids" on the ground next to it.

"It was early morning and mum was woken by a buzzing noise and she thought she'd left the gas boiler on. Once downstairs she realised the noise was from outside," said her daughter, Francis.
"She looked out and saw about 100 feet away an oval object she could only describe as a 'space craft' with lights, slowly land and two figures emerge in silver suits."

A similar sighting was reported a short time later at a local primary school. A total of 14 children along with their head teacher witnessed what was described as a "yellow cigar-shaped craft" landing nearby and saw a strange figure dressed in silver clothing emerge from it.

Even to this day the truth behind the Broad Haven sightings continues to remain a total mystery.

Source: ITV News | Comments (5)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by freetoroam 6 years ago
Well there has been no more  plane tests  and no more pranks by Glyn Edwards UFO visitations since....so looks like the aliens are done there. So maybe purchase the hotel...er...so you can run a hotel...... and maybe sell a few bits of  "the aliens were here allegedly" souvenirs on the side. they always go down well with the alien fans. Yeah, i can see it making a few quid with a few "alien was here day" parties.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Ozfactor 6 years ago
The school yard sighting reminded me of the school yard sighting in Clayton, Victoria, Australia in the 60s . 
Comment icon #3 Posted by Habitat 6 years ago
That was an interesting one.
Comment icon #4 Posted by BeastieRunner 6 years ago
What's the story on that one?
Comment icon #5 Posted by freetoroam 6 years ago
Another test balloon: AN almost 50-year-old mystery when more than 200 people believed they had a close encounter with a UFO landing in Clayton may have finally been solved after newly-unearthed government documents revealed a secret radiation-testing program. http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/westall-ufo-incident-was-actually-government-radiation-testing-reports-reveal/news-story/b6c6056bf60f378809f19327eb1c23fc


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