Added on: 28th Mar 2015
GREIFSWALD LIGHTS, EAST GERMANY (1990)
On August 24, 1990 East German and Russian personnel working
at the nuclear power plant recorded these clusters of UFOs as they
appeared to group in the sky over a very sensitive location.
WARRENTON SIGHTING, SOUTH AFRICA (1994)
A farmer claimed to have made repeated observations of a noisy,
night time craft travelling at great speeds, beside what he described
as a ‘mother ship’. The craft’s noise was compared to the sound of a
helicopter or Volkswagen Beetle engine.
WARDEN SIGHTING, SOUTH AFRICA (2000)
In 2000, a police inspector claimed that he observed a UFO while
he was travelling on the N3 freeway near Warden in South Africa.
He described the UFO as an orange, oval-shaped light that was large
enough to cover four lanes of freeway.
KOLKATA SIGHTING, INDIA (2007)
In 2007, several people claimed to have spotted a fast moving flying
object between 3:30am and 6:30am in Kolkata, India. The object was
spherical to triangular in shape and emitted a bright light forming a halo.
VANCOUVER SIGHTING, CANADA (2011)
On February 20, 2011 residents of Vancouver spotted and recorded
green and red blinking stationary lights. Upon inspection of the film,
however, it turned out to be a simple kite with LED lights attached to it.
CAPTAIN WILLIAM SCHNAFFNER INCIDENT,
NORTH SEA (1970)
Captain William Schaffner was an American exchange pilot flying with
the RAF. On the evening of September 8, 1970 an object appeared
over the North Sea. He took off to follow it but shortly thereafter all
radio communications were severed. His plane was eventually found
on the sea floor with the canopy closed but no sign of the Captain.
UFO enthusiasts were all over this one.
BERWYN MOUNTAINS, WALES (1974)
Following several ground tremors and the alleged appearance of
strange lights in the sky locals claimed that it was caused by UFO’s
landing. Most scientists, however, point to earthquake lights
as the cause.
YENI KENT COMPOUND, TURKEY (2008)
In 2008, a guard at the Yeni Kent Compound in Turkey videotaped a
series of lights in the sky over a four-month period. His videos became
pretty famous in the “aliens are real” community.
BELGIUM WAVE (1989-1990)
Sometime between 1989 and 1990, thousands of Belgians claimed to
have seen UFOs in the form of large, silent and low-flying black triangles.
The government, however, stated that they were military helicopters.