Sunday, June 22, 2008

Police helicopter avoids near Ufo collision in Athan, Cardiff South east England June 7th

Heres the details of this shocking new ufo report over the town of Athan near Cardiff in the UK :
The pilot of a police helicopter was forced to take evasive action to avoid a collision with a UFO as the aircraft was returning to the Ministry of Defence base of St Athan, near Cardiff.

The three airmen described the unidentified flying object as "saucer-shaped", and proceeded to pursue, getting as far as the North Devon coast.

The helicopter was stationary, hovering at 500ft and waiting for clearance to land on June 7, when the crew spotted the UFO hurtling towards them from below.
A spokesman for South Wales Police said that they could confirm the Air Support Unit had sighted an unusual aircraft and that this was reported to the relevant authorities for further investigation.

The unidentified flying object closed in at great speed, aiming straight for the helicopter, which was forced to swerve sharply. "They are convinced it was a UFO. It sounds far-fetched, but they know what they saw." According to the South Wales Police, the helicopter crew crossed the Bristol channel in pursuit of the UFO, but lost sight of it and were forced to turn back due to low fuel


Was this the object? Filmed 11 June 2008 in Cardiff :

Filmed only 3 days later in nearby North wales .. posters comments: took these photos on the 11th January 2008 from my bedroom window at around 01:00 hours, I am located in North Wales, United Kingdom. At first I saw a glowing orb which I thought was a planet or a star changing colour but then I noticed it decided to grow bigger, move in completely different directions and even change shape.
Or was it this UFO ? - filmed 16th of June again in Cardiff , in England:
UFO 16/06/08 South East Kent England More Blown Up Stills
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What the public wants to see now is the material, that the helicopter camera has shot!

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