Newton Aycliffe, England, UK; November 5, 2009

Name: sarah pluse

Date of Sighting: august 2009 and 5th november 2009

Location of Sighting: newton aycliffe co.durham England

Shape(s) of UFO(s): sphere

Color(s) of UFO(s): orange

Number of UFO(s): 3

Further Description of Sighting: they came one after the other bright orange lights an they were travelling in south direction and then withih seconds they dissappeared

2 thoughts on “Newton Aycliffe, England, UK; November 5, 2009

  1. KP

    I saw the same exact thing on Vancouver Island last night, November 7, 2009 at approx 8 or 8:30 PST.  It was an orange ball, moved up and away, then down, then gone with a horizontal light.  It was the size of the moon.  I used to be sceptical on this kind of thing, but I am speechless.  I thought maybe a meteor, but at that size, there would have been a sound.  There was no sound at all.

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  2. I am not a UFO buff or even interested in UFOs. That is why you might find this interesting. I am in Durham City, UK and on 5 November 2009 at *about* 9.30 looked up and saw what *looked like* the flame under a hot air baloon – yellow-orange colour, smaller at the bottom than the top. If it had been a hot air balloon it would have been at about 1000 ft to have a visible flame this size. It had to be much higher (& therefore massive) though because it was above the thin cloud layer, moving North to South. Speed across the sky was initially similar to a cruising airliner. Kept watching and EITHER the “flame” size reduced, or the thing speeded up – the latter is more likely because of the position in the sky, assuming it maintained the same altitude. It changed from large to a dot which persisted in the southern sky for about 5 seconds and then disappeared. No, it was not a Guy Fawkes night firework! I was transfixed on this, not looking around and so did not notice any other similar objects.

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