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Strange glowing object filmed near Stonehenge


Posted on Thursday, 26 November, 2020 | Comment icon 15 comments

The object was visible above the horizon (see video below). Image Credit: YouTube / Kosik Otto
A couple driving near the Wiltshire monument last month spotted something unusual hovering over the area.
The unidentified object, which resembled a bright, flat disc, was captured on camera by Tash Minto and her partner Tony Waterhouse who had been driving along the A303 near Mere on October 31st.

"I would not have thought in my wildest dreams that I would make a video like this!" said Minto.

"On the way back from Devon yesterday, we noticed a huge, bright light in the sky on the left side of the A303 road. It was orange and had a very strong artificial light. My partner said there may have been more lights, but I could have sworn it was a solid body."

"We thought of drones or reflectors, but by no means matched their size. The light was constant, under the clouds and motionless. We rotated for about 3 minutes and then disappeared."
As things stand, it remains unclear what the object could have been.

"I'm a big fan of nature and this didn't seem to come from anything like the Sun or the Moon, it felt like it was coming from something artificial," Minto told The Daily Star.

"Tony said it was definitely little green men."

"Personally, I think, if they are out there, they won't be very little. I think they'll be giants."


Source: IB Times | Comments (15)


Tags: UFO, Stonehenge


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #6 Posted by Mr Walker on 26 November, 2020, 7:10
That was my thought also. I've seen very similar  here. It didn't seem to be moving at all  
Comment icon #7 Posted by toast on 26 November, 2020, 7:58
Han Solo accelerating his YT-1300 heading Oslo.
Comment icon #8 Posted by Essan on 26 November, 2020, 9:54
Assuming they were driving ENE along the A303, it's roughly where the rising full Moon (partially hidden by clouds) should be .....    This would also explain why such a prominent light source wasn't noticed by anyone else as being anything out of the ordinary.     Also worth noting that the light source remains out of focus throughout. If they were driving in a WSW direction then it's a different story!
Comment icon #9 Posted by mesuma on 26 November, 2020, 23:48
I was about to say ffs that's car headlights damn it.
Comment icon #10 Posted by Bathtub on 28 November, 2020, 6:12
Almost certainly that's the rising moon - and when sightings can't be explained by something natural in that part of the world, they're often to do with military exercises over Salisbury Plain. Bringing Stonehenge into it is pure clickbait - it's 20 miles from Mere.
Comment icon #11 Posted by MissJatti on 28 November, 2020, 13:40
Fake... because we see the light 2.5 secs into the clip, and the camera zooms into the area where the light is at about 5.5 secs into the video. That tells me at some things not right here.
Comment icon #12 Posted by tortugabob on 29 November, 2020, 20:13
Looks just like that blimp the idiots in New Jersey were excited about several months ago.  That or a full moon that was partially exposed between two cloud banks.  Nothing to see here people. Don't waste your time watching this one.
Comment icon #13 Posted by astrobeing on 29 November, 2020, 20:15
It looked interesting, whatever it was.
Comment icon #14 Posted by moonman on 30 November, 2020, 1:06
Thats exactly what I thought. At some points you can almost see a line of clouds that leads up to the bottom of it.
Comment icon #15 Posted by astrobeing on 30 November, 2020, 1:30
And we did have a blue Moon on Halloween.


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