researcher Tony James,
looks at recent cases from around the country.
is from UFO and Crop Circle Researcher Matthew Williams. He's
captured what appears to be a triangular craft over Alton
Barnes in Wiltshire.
"I took this on my Digital Camera. I cropped it, and the original
photo is much bigger and in higher detail and not re-compressed
via JPEG. It's a weird shape, I was stunned. As I looked at
it even more, I increased the contrast and god alive, a triangular
outline. I didn't know this was on the shot. I shot a triangular
UFO on my digicam. I was excited".
James - UFO investigator.
taken by Matthew Williams, in Alton Barnes, Wiltshire.
received the full sized picture and it was about four times
larger than this picture above, before having anything done to
it. The full original picture has been reproduced above and
squashed to fit it to this page.
The image has only been made darker to highlight the 'object'
and it clearly shows what appears to be a triangular craft.
I sent the image through Adobe Photo Deluxe, enlarged the triangular
image and went through a process of trying to decipher the image,
including altering the Hue, Saturation and Lightness to all
I can without a doubt state that this image is on the original
photo and NOT a 'cut and Paste' job. I had the image enlarged
so big, I could follow the lines of pixels and could have counted
each one if I wanted. This is a 'one-shot' picture.
Matthew Williams for a good ten years, long enough to ask him
straight out if it was a fake. I believe his answer, he said,
"I didn't see the 'thing' but yes I agree it does look very
suggestive of a triangular craft. I'm very excited at this.
No it is not a fake. No worries".
up of Matthew Williams' UFO picture.
I've been in company with Matthew many times when he's been
telling strange stories to people, and unlike a lot of others
out there, his stories always remained the same, never adding
'spice' to make it that little bit more interesting. Matthew
is the type of guy who tells it how it is, whether you like
it or not.
He's not afraid to ask even the BIG BOYS the most awkward questions.
He's a law abiding rebel after the truth, a Truthseeker.
England, 3rd March 2002, 20:00pm
Triangle was tracked across England on March 3, 2002. UFO
investigator David Kingston received reports of a bizarre
triangular craft with red and blue lights, zooming across
the skies from Cornwall to Poole. The mystery machine was
first spotted in St. Austell.
were also reports of it not far from Lyme Regis later the
same day, then over Portland and Poole.
Mr. Kingston, who first witnessed unexplained flying objects
while serving with an RAF intelligence unit during nuclear
tests in the Pacific, is at a loss to explain the latest sightings.
He says: "I received a number of consistent reports of a craft
flying over the West country on February 15th and there is
nothing like it in the world aircraft guide. It was said to
be triangular, 100 feet long with red lights all the way up
on the right hand side and blue lights on the left hand side.
was what appeared to be a very large light, in the middle,
glowing pale electric blue through to purple with a corona
Four or five people witnessed it and described it as gliding
silently at about 2,500 feet. It was described as hovering
quietly at Portland. The last sighting was near Poole, about
two hours after the first."
first heard aircrew talk of seeing UFOs, during the nuclear
tests on Christmas Island in 1957, he has catalogued hundreds
of reports and witnessed many strange sights himself.
Sussex , 15th February 2002, 7pm
On the night of 15th February this year, at approx 7pm, Mr
Mark Herbert witnessed a unique 'Flying Triangle' incident
while driving towards his home at Ticehurst, East Sussex.
Mr Herbert describes the event, "I was driving home from work
at about 7pm and cutting across Rosemary Lane by Bewl Water
Reservoir (A man made lake) when my attention was attracted
by a distant pulsating red light hovering over the water.
I stopped the van and stepped out for a better look. It was
then that I saw the red light was glowing in the centre of
a large black triangular craft hovering over the lake. The
night was cold, but there was a clear sky and a slight breeze.
impression of the UFO in East Sussex.
triangular craft was about the size of a Jumbo Jet and apart
from the pulsating 'fuzzy' red light in the centre of the
craft, there were three white/bluish lights positioned at
the craft for several minutes. There was no sound and I could
see it quite clearly. Normally, you can hear ducks and wild
fowl in the area making quite a din, but at that moment, there
was complete silence.
The triangle was hovering quite stationary at first and then
began to move across the lake slowly, and I could see it's
reflection on the water. It flew point forward and then it
gathered speed slowly, turned on it's axis until it was flying
flat side forward as it passed behind me.
The central pulsating red light began to dim as it moved away
heading East. The white/bluish lights on the corners could
be seen changing to amber as it increased speed.
Then quite suddenly and moving at incredible speed, it shot
off and then stopped about two miles away. It appeared to
be hovering over Badgeburry pine forest in the distance (Mr
Herbert later discovered that there is a microwave communication
tower in that area).
After a while, with the triangle still hovering in the distance,
I got into my van and drove away. The whole incident had taken
something like ten minutes.
I checked the time on the van clock and I also telephoned
home during the incident. Three days later, on the 18th February,
again at around 7pm, I was again heading home on the same
road and approaching the Bewl Water Reservoir area.
This time I spotted a white high top, long wheelbase Transit
type van parked at the same position where I had, when viewing
the flying triangle. It had an open roof with doors that were
folded open and a large satellite dish pointing up into the
sky. It also had two aerials positioned at the front of the
roof above the cab.
As I approached the van, the FM channel on my radio cut out.
At that time, I was about 20ft away from the van and the radio
did not come back on until I was 20ft passed the van.
The white van had no markings on it and I saw nobody in the
drivers cab. After I had passed the van, I looked back and
saw that the large dish aerial was wider than the van and
was possibly 8ft in diameter.
I have no idea what it was doing there and I have never seen
it parked there before. Omar Fowler states that well known
UK researcher and ex-police officer Tony Dodd, mentioned in
the past, that men in white overalls, using white plain unmarked
vans have been seen at the site of other earlier UFO incidents.
It does seem to be more than just a coincidence when they
appear at the scene. Thanks to Omar Fowler of the P.R.A. (Phenomenon
Research Association) based in Derbyshire, UK.
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