UFOs over Stevenage

13:17 25 October 2011

Little green men?

Little green men?

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UFOs have been filmed flying over Stevenage.

The strange sight of four white objects apparently moving fast in a shifting formation against a star-lit sky has appeared on the internet.

Filmed on the evening of October 7, the footage was sent by an amateur photographer to a Canadian alternative news site.

The photographer said: “I watched these objects for about 20 seconds but unfortunately the recording was only nine seconds due to the battery running out. It was a clear star-lit night. The time on the recording is wrong it was actually recorded at roughly 10.30pm. The objects travelled in a north-westerly direction, these could not be seen with the naked eye. The objects must have been very high and traversed the sky very fast as you can see by the fixed stars.”

What do you think? Birds? A plane? Little green men?

5 comments

  • Searching for intelligent life over stevenage , it didn't take them long to leave .

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    Derek Jordan

    Wednesday, October 26, 2011

  • Herdfordshire? As a semi serious ufologist of many years I've studied this footage and concluded it to be fake. The video was taken and the objects added in later. You can tell this as computers have trouble matching shakey shots with computer generated objects creating the effect of the objectobjects moving slightly more smoothly. If you slow it down you can see where the frames and the objects are out of sync.

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    FuManBoobs

    Friday, October 28, 2011

  • Can't be a plane as the lights where moving, I have no idea what it is!

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    George

    Tuesday, October 25, 2011

  • Birds? A plane? Little green men? Chinese lanterns?.....

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    Bertie

    Tuesday, October 25, 2011

  • @Derek Jordan - They must have found out I've moved. LOL.

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    Vince

    Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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