March 6, 2016

Glowing Entities In Storm Cloud Over Castle, Scotland, March 5, 2016, Photos, UFO Sighting News.


Date of sighting: March 5, 2016
Location of sighting: Linlithgow, Scotland
Source: MUFON #74981

I have seen this before, a few years ago. UFOs often appear in storm clouds, and when they do, their speed is incredibly fast. So fast, the human eye usually wont see it. The digital eye however will often catch it, depending on the shutter speed. It is thought that some energy entities feed off of the static electricity in these storm clouds and that is why they gather. When they feed, its alway in groups, so there has to be at least a dozen more around that the camera didn't see. 
Scott C. Waring
www.ufosightingsdaily.com

Eyewitness states:
Visiting Blackness Castle near Linlithgow in Scotland on the 5th March 2016. Taking many photos with the sun setting behind me. The shutter rate on my camera was very high 2500th of a second on F9 stop. On one of my photos i noticed 2 glowing objects taken at 17:25 Greenwich Mean Time. These objects only showed in one of my photos. Blackness Castle is near Bonnybridge and the Falkirk Triangle a hot spot for UfO sightings.


2 comments:

  1. I live in the Netherlands, and yesterday (saterday the fifth of march 2016) I saw the same thing in the blue sky, somewehere around 08.00 o'clock in the morning, while driving on the highway near Bodegraven. The weather was bright, the sky was blue, en de very very bright thing hang still in the sky. At firtst I thought it was a very big bright star, but it was round and seemed to have an outer layer of material. Several planes flew nearby and it seemed like one airplane was taking off specifically to fly to the object. Some seconds later, the bright ball disappeared.

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  2. NASA announce about a week ago, two near earth asteroids, to pass earth on March 5th. One is named 2016 EG1 (1 LD, 7 m), the other 2016 DN2 (1,8 LD, 20 m. I suppese there were special atmospheric conditions that made ist impossible to see their tails.

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