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UFO Reports

Foreign UFO Reports

Source: Filer's Files #39; September 26, 2001
Majorstar@aol.com; http://www.filersfiles.com


DERBYSHIRE -- Matlock Mercury reported how a disc-shaped object had been captured on video over Bonsall Moor last October, for six minutes, just hovering quietly in the sky.  Some experts have hailed the footage as "the best UFO video ever" and it has been the subject of national and international interest.  On August 27, 2001, Karen Sismey looked out from the Thorn Tree Inn to spy a similar object in the same area.  "My husband Phil had been out there at around 10:45 PM when he saw something hovering in the sky, for a good 15 minutes. " It was showing very vivid colors with red at the bottom, and then ranging from emerald and blue colors to a bright lemon yellow."  The object was seen by other visitors to the Thorn Tree.  "It was not a helicopter or an airplane and I know that it shouldn't normally be there."  Thanks to Gerry Farshores - www.100megsfree4.com/farshores/


MOSJØEN -- Gerry Farshores writes that on September 23, 2001, three people ran into the police station in Mosjøen, central Norway, to report seeing an unidentified flying object streak low over the city.  Police say all three are credible, and they're classifying the incident as a UFO sighting.  "We're talking about three sober, credible people who we have no reason to doubt," said Roar Tøgersen of the Helgeland police district.  Three witnesses were sitting in a car when they saw an unusual object flying low through the nighttime skies.  They said it resembled some sort of helicopter, and that it was flying from the south in a northerly direction.  "We don't know what it was, therefore we're calling it a UFO," the object rotated around its own axis.  The three got out of the car to get a better look, but quickly dove for cover because they were afraid the object was about to crash.  They said there was no sound at all from the object, and that they felt threatened.  Police in both Mosjøen and Bodø took the report seriously and sent out patrols to search for any wreckage.  Nothing was found after several hours of searching.  Thanks to Aftenposten, Oslo / Norway, Frode Sætran and Gerry FarShores, www.100megsfree4.com/farshores