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Ufo`s north east england. july 18th 2010

  • Bushido
  • uploaded: Jul 22, 2010
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  • Ianand#

    Ianand August 4, 2010 11:14:34 PM CEST

    i seen the same thing over gateshead at 12pm on the 31st july then had to stop the car and watch as 5 lights hovered then 1 got smaller the disappeared.then me and my girlfriend seen more lights over newcastle shortly after.

  • Phibermon#

    Phibermon July 24, 2010 10:43:50 PM CEST

    @Thesaint : didn't read your post, so fireworks hanging from balloons? if this is done then it's most likely that then. I wonder what kind of fuse they use? it must be pretty slow for the balloons to reach such an altitude.

  • Phibermon#

    Phibermon July 24, 2010 10:40:07 PM CEST

    When the shot zooms in, it is clear that the appearance of a number of these lights is preceded by a small flash (usually about 0.5cm above the appearing light on the unscaled video frame) an apparent streak, mostly downwards. I'm timing the 'lifetime' of individual lights now but on first impressions there is an area in the top left of the frame where several lights appear to streak down from roughly the same position. given the darkness and the contrast of the video, it is possible that the lights are intersecting cloud cover, but it would have to be pretty thick to obscure illumination of the clouds by the lights. I was thinking perhaps this could be flares fired down from helicopters but unless they are concealed behind the potential clouds, where are their running lights? and why would they do it? too high to illuminate objects on the ground, unlikely to be searching for an object in the sky and if it's missile avoidance flares in some mock training operation, why are they wasting actual flares and not simulated flares? Chinese lanterns, I shall study some video and see if I can find any that display time delayed fireworks in this manner but I feel that such videos would of often been mistaken for footage of ufo's and it would be likely that if such lanterns were even remotely common? we'd of seen footage of similar behavior. certainly one worth thinking about. :)

  • Mitch#

    Mitch July 24, 2010 1:16:09 PM CEST

    Farout, I feel if this is real than there must be other people reporting this sighting. It appears over a city so others must have seen this.

  • Thesaint#

    Thesaint July 23, 2010 1:29:22 PM CEST

    I have to say, in this case, These act and behave like Chinese lanterns, Only my opinion but here where I live they are prevalent coming from Liverpool mostly so I see them often and I was anticipating their behaviour as the video went on so I would definitely put this one down to that, No offence to anybody. Some of the homemade ones use balloons and fireworks instead of hot air and the the fireworks appear when the balloon is already up (so really they shouldn't call them lanterns) and the effect is akin to the phoenix lights (which I believe to be the real deal btw) but unlike the lanterns they burn out and appear quickly. But you never know.

  • Djdamm#

    Djdamm July 23, 2010 1:00:17 AM CEST

    SORRY PET WTF U TALKING ABOUT??

  • Djdamm#

    Djdamm July 22, 2010 7:02:15 PM CEST

    Bushido,do you know where in the north east?my sister in law saw somthing similar on the 19th july.above seahouses.

  • Pindz#

    Pindz July 22, 2010 5:42:51 PM CEST

    INTERESTING!! thanks



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