Northern Territory News
Tue, 23 Sep 2008 22:25 UTC
Ray Aylett, Normie Hooker and Alan "Doc" McIntosh were sitting on their pergola at Muckaty Station with three European backpackers when a bright light appeared.
Mr Aylett, 58, said they were all stunned by the bizarre sighting.
"This strange light was coming straight for us, over the house," he said.
"We all walked outside and were watching it come towards us, then it went straight east and faded out.''
Mr Aylett, who has lived at the station north of Tennant Creek for eight years, said he couldn't believe his eyes as the bright light approached on a Thursday night two weeks ago.
"This thing was strange,'' he said.
"I have never seen anything like it."
"Normie and Doc had never seen anything like it either, and those backpackers, they were in shock."
"I was sitting there watching for a couple of minutes."
"You could see it coming towards us but it wasn't a plane."
"It made no noise - you couldn't hear anything.''
Mr Aylett said there was no way their judgement could have been affected by alcohol.
"Me and Doc had had a couple of beers, but Normie doesn't drink,'' he said.
Mon, 22 Sep 2008 16:46 UTC
But for Anwar Rashid and his family, the Nottinghamshire pile went from home of their dreams to a house of nightmares as they came to believe it was haunted. After eight months of being plagued by unexplained screams in the long corridors, chilling ghostly visitations and mysterious blood spots, they began to fear they had strayed into a real life version of The Others, a horror film starring Nicole Kidman, released in 2001.
The Star Phoenix
Mon, 22 Sep 2008 14:20 UTC
Clifton Hall was bought by Anwar Rashid for £3.6m in 2007, but he has now handed it back to the bank.
Mr Rashid claimed that during the eight months the family lived there they were haunted by mysterious figures and found unexplained blood stains on bedclothes.
Mon, 15 Sep 2008 10:48 UTC
|An image of some UFOs photographed on the Yorkshire Wolds last week by an off-duty policeman|
More responses to sightings of 'orange lights' UFOs near Louth have been pouring into the Leader - with some wondering if recent UFO activity is connected to the Large Hadron Collider experiment in Geneva.
Wed, 17 Sep 2008 21:36 UTC
Tue, 16 Sep 2008 18:51 UTC
Five 'fireballs' reportedly danced in the air for ten minutes above Bristol before suddenly vanishing from sight on Sunday.
Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser
Wed, 17 Sep 2008 18:35 UTC
That's the chilling message from Advertiser readers who have seen what they believe to be a powerful big cat roaming the area.
Following the discovery of mysterious paw prints on a farm near Airdrie, which we reported earlier this month, members of the public called to tell us what they had witnessed.
Wed, 17 Sep 2008 14:05 UTC