September 27, 2015

UFO Fleet Over Glasgow, Scotland On Sept 26, 2015, UFO Sighting News.


Date of sighting: Sept 26, 2015
Location of sighting: Glasgow, Scotland
Source: MUFON #70844

Eyewitness states:
I was on my phone and someone messaged saying that the moon looked beautiful tonight a it did. I the looked out the window to see 4 red lights in the sky. At first I thought it was glare coming from the window, then I opened my window to discover these orbs flying across the sky. I took a picture then called my mother. I habe never felt so nervous in my life. When I was speaking to her she could see the orbs flying where I was I could see exactly where they were coming from. I seen 4 orbs form a diamond shape then orb into one then shoot across the sky one at a time. All In there were 7-8 orbs flying in the same flight path.


16 comments:

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    1. Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and the third largest in the United Kingdom (after London and Birmingham).

      Oh, Taiwan is part of China sadly, thats why we are called Taiwan ROC, Republic of China. One day they will take control of us again, but hopefully not for awhile.

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    2. then edit the Topic because it clearly says England :)

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    3. Hey there you should change the title to "Glasgow, Scotland"

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  2. catch coast to coast a.m. sept. 27 theories that ufo's are result of unconscious psychic forces. sounds linteresting.maybe these experiences may not be coincidences. like we are supposed to see ufo's as part of something not known. not some aberration.part of ''the plan''.

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  3. I found your post after searching for the same thing that I witnessed. I can categorically say that it wasn't a plane, helicopter or lantern and it seemed to shift slowly and deliberately at different angles.

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  4. I saw the same tonight in Canada... this is wierd

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  5. I also witnessed something here in Denmark something during the supermoon. It moved really quickly and there was just one very bright spot. I saw it in for a couple of seconds. It appeared, moved further and then disappeared.

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  6. Always strange lights in the sky over Glasgow and south Lanarkshire.

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  7. Your not alone I too saw about 60 or more mid in the afternoon 4pm in Delaware April of 2014 above a hospital..they stood still for about 2 to 3 min.the some clouds came in front of them.

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  8. Anyone else see some weird flickering lights in a sort of irregular sawtooth pattern heading south to north when looking eastwards from the west beach of the south end of the Gareloch in Scotland at 20:21 tonight. Travelling far too fast for a satellite. Any ideas. NOT lanterns. No sound.

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  9. I was following the Rugby world cup in the UK and decided to go visit Scotland after watching the All Blacks play Tonga in NewCastle. I was taking pics in Edinburgh of the Church of Scotland 13/10/15 when from out of nowhere this light appears. I had to put my cam down to look at it. It was like lights chasing each other at a fast speed. After seeing the northern lights in Iceland, the history through the UK, the All Blacks winning the world cup. The lights in Edinburgh were the best! Glasgow was awesome too. https://twitter.com/hashtag/theRaejonKeelanlight?src=hash

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    1. I don't think the lights were UFO, Borealis, polyolefins or man made. It was 2am in the morning Edinburgh and I'm not a pro photographer, it was my first time taking pics. There is a lot of noise in the pics but the light stood out. The lights chased each other around the steeple as the lights turned they lit the whole place up like a bulb. It kind of reminded me of fairies or fire flies. As I took pics of the steeple I caught the light coming from the top right. It looked like a train coming through a sky tunnel. As the lights went around the steeple they disappeared straight ahead not across the sky but into another sky tunnel. If you look at the main light that lit the steeple in the centre you can see a line. Follow that line around to the left, over the top, then along the bottom. by then I was looking at it. I don't think it had anything to do with the sun. It may of been something in the atmosphere that fired them. Kind of like a key unlocking a gate to get to the next level. I know it sounds daft. I can't believe it myself. https://twitter.com/hashtag/theRaejonKeelanlight?src=hash%EF%BB%BF

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  10. Absolutely sure that wasn't the Glasgow Airport landing flightpath?

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  11. Absolutely sure that wasn't the Glasgow Airport landing flightpath?

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  12. I've seen this kind of lights (they looked exactly the same and from your description I assume that their movement was similar) at least 5 times from my flat in Edinburgh. I saw them in the north, probably far, although there was no way for me to estimate the distance. It was in winter, beginning of 2015. They were NOT an airplane or anything like that, believe me my main goal was to try to find a rational explanation first before jumping to conclusions. There was always at least 3 of them, though I've seen as many as probably around 6 or 7. I cannot tell because they were always moving in a chaotic way, also disappearing and reappearing quite randomly. It would always last for a few minutes and at similar time - around 7.30/8 in the morning when I was leaving for work. I did try to record them with my iphone but the street lamps made it impossible to see anything in the recording. I reported it to MUFON by their online application, they got back to me trhough emails and then the phone, but unfortunately although they made a note of my account, etc. they didn't seem willing to share their insights :/ (although the lady said that she had seen something similar herself). A question to those who have seen it in Scotland : ANY IDEA OF WHAT THIS IS?? I heard there are some military bases in Fife and somewhere up north do you think this has something to do with it? I am interested to hear and possibly talk to anyone who shared similar experiences here in Scotland as this is driving me nuts, especially that I did not see it once or twice but like I said at least 5 times and I believe it could even be 10 or so

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