A woman claims to have witnessed two UFOs hovering next to her Flintshire home moments after her friend saw the same thing 20 miles away.
Source: Daily Post.co.uk
Lynn Murphy told how one of the objects was spinning and looked similar to a “white tic tac” that had “two black crossed underneath it”.
Next to it was a “very clear orange circle” that was like nothing she had ever seen before.
The 60-year-old from Connah’s Quay claims she saw them both through her bedroom window after waking at 2.41am on July 21.
After noticing a friend from Prestatyn had shared some images on Facebook minutes earlier of some strange objects in the sky, she was shocked when she could see exactly the same thing above the house opposite her window.
“At first I thought it looked like a giant star that was out of place, it was massive and looked like it shouldn’t have been there,” Ms Murphy said.
“It wasn’t the space station or a satellite, it wasn’t an airplane or a drone – it wasn’t anything I know of, it was just this bright light turning quickly.”
Around two weeks later, her neighbour claimed to have also witnessed the same thing that night.
“There were four witnesses to that that I know of,” she added.
“It’s very intriguing. There was no noise so it couldn’t have been a helicopter.”
However, it wasn’t the first time Ms Murphy experienced something she believed to be extraterrestrial.
Several unidentified flying objects have appeared right before her eyes over the year, she says.
The most bizarre was in the early hours of the morning in April 2011, during a camping trip to Cardigan.
Ms Murphy said when she stepped outside the tent after being woken in the night by the sound of “screaming sheep”, she witnessed a “massive horse shoe shaped object” in the sky.
“The sheep sounded like they were being tortured,” she said.
“I walked to the end of the field to see if I could see any sheep but there was nothing.
“As I looked over the valley, I saw this great big massive horse shoe shaped object.
“It had nine lights that were rhythmic with each other and were changing from white to red.
“It was nothing I had ever seen before.”
She added a red ball of red light then came over a hill, swooped down the valley and settled next to the bizarre object.
“They were both in rhythm together, and the next thing, they slotted in together and the whole area went silent” she said.
“It never moved, so I just ran as fast as I could back to the tent.
“My heart was bouncing off the floor, I was terrified.”
Ms Murphy believes her first “experience” was around late November in 1978, when she was living in Connah’s Quay.
“I woke up about 1.30am and I felt something strange and overpowering, and there was a sort of humming noise,” she said.
“I looked out the window and there was nothing there.
“I knew it wasn’t right because it was scaring me so I got the boys and put them in bed with me.
“My eldest son was 16 months and my other son was six weeks old.
“The terror I felt was bad, my heart was pounding out of my chest.
“After about 10 minutes, the feeling went but it felt as though there was something above the house.
“I was too scared to look, so I just stayed in bed with the babies.”
Some years later in the early 90s, she claims to have had more “overwhelming experiences”, similar to the first.
“Every now and again, I could feel this energy,” she said.
“One night, it must have been around 11.30pm, and my husband at the time told me to come outside.
“He wasn’t the kind of person to believe in all this kind of thing.
“I looked up and there was a giant black triangle above the street – it must have been the size of two football pitches – it was giant.
“There was no vibration or sound, it was silent and just floating.
“On each of its corners, there was a white glowing light and it had a round, dull orange light on the bottom.
“We just stood there and watched it, and it eventually started gliding away and then it just shot off towards the estuary.”
Over the years, she’s also heard of several reports of UFO sightings by the River Dee estuary and out of the sea near Rhyl towards the Clwydian Range.
“I can’t really explain any of it, all I know is what I’ve seen and I know I haven’t imagined any of it.
“As soon as you start talking about this stuff, people straight away ridicule you.
“But I can’t help what I’ve experienced and what I’ve seen.”
Source: Daily Post.co.uk