UK UFOs: Shoreham’s Sighting

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UFO’s are the vagueness of the sky with the people debating on whether they exist or don’t. Since many people have witnessed the strange sightings and recorded evidence, many efforts have been made to determine their existence. However, the job is a difficult one because not all sightings are the same. In fact, some are incredibly difficult to decipher. Since the sighting has no confirmation, it is a well-settled principle to open your minds and consider all the evidence objectively. One thing to consider is that in the modern world, it is easy for the people to dream up visions of aliens because they are existing in the movies time and again. But it seems like this an exception to the rule.

Recently, a speeding strange object is spotted in the wake of the RAF Vulcan hovering in the sky above Shoreham and Worthing on Saturday, July 15.  Elaine Costello recorded the image on Saturday afternoon after the military jet passed overhead. According to the witness, the object shows a tiny, blackish object, flying through the sky at its reasonable speed. It was seen nearby Shoreham Power Station, in Southwick. According to Elaine, the strange object shows right after one Vulcan bomber has disappeared. Its direction shows flits from the screen’s left part up to the center where the video ended.

The Witnessed claimed attempted to slow down the video as to focus on the strange object, but still, the object goes behind cloud briefly. Whatever it was, the outcomes are incredible because at least there is another person who saw the object. Mr. Robinson said that 95% of the reported Unidentified Flying Objects were ‘natural explanations’ and the 4% is a combination of atmospheric phenomenon, which is a ‘black budget’ stealth aircraft. The 1% that remain is something personal In other words; it is personal and out of this world.  As for the image recorded by Elaine, he believed that it was a classical flying saucer shape.

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6 Comments

  1. This is as your description states, “the vagueness of the sky”.
    I don’t see a thing except the Vulcan, a propeller airplane and a bird.
    There are better things to do with your time people,
    and the serious, level headed study of unidentified aerial phenomena and related subjects is one of them.

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