Tue, 15 Jul 2008 23:02 UTC
After a reader spotted a fast-moving light which appeared to stop then turn abruptly in the night sky above Heathfield, Sheila Dukes who lives in flats behind Waitrose, Hailsham, reports two separate sightings of a strange, cone-shaped object.
A crane being erected at a port in northern Vietnam collapsed on Tuesday, killing seven workers, a state-run newspaper reported.
Two workers died instantly during the collapse at Cai Lan port in Quang Ninh province and six were badly injured, the Defence Ministry-run Quan Doi Nhan Dan (People's Army) newspaper quoted Senior Lieutenant-Colonel Chu Thi of Quang Ninh's border army as saying.
The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) has sent field investigators to check out three reports of strange crafts or lights flying over Lower Bucks County, a spokesman said yesterday.
|These illuminated dots in the sky over the Oxford Valley Mall could be UFOs or just reflections on the camera lens, MUFON's George Filer said.|
"I got calls from radar operators last night telling me about radar contacts with UFOs, so there's been other radar confirmation of a number of the sightings in Bucks County," said Air Force (Ret.) Major George Filer, East Coast regional director and New Jersey state director of MUFON.
Wed, 02 Jul 2008 16:34 UTC
Talk about the mysterious death of the three dead goats - which they found last Sunday - had hardly died down, when the mysterious sighting happened.
The less superstitious residents thought the attackers were just some stray dogs. But others thought it might be the handiwork of a wak-wak, which is Cebuano for the Tagalog aswang, a much-feared creature that can change its appearance and prey on both animals and people.
Fri, 11 Jul 2008 08:52 UTC
And two local Sasquatch hunters are convinced the sighting, reported last month on Mount Cheam, is the real deal.
"This was a legitimate sighting, not a bear, not a deer or anything else," said Bill Miller, a full-time Sasquatch hunter who lives in Harrison Hot Springs.
The Sasquatch was sighted on June 19 at 2 a.m. when a husband and wife were travelling down the mountain after watching the city lights from a lookout point. The wife was busy fiddling with CDs when the creature crossed in front of them.
Mark Thompson, NSRI Bakoven station commander says it all started at about 21:10 on Saturday when their station was alerted to a red distress flare sighting about 500m off-shore at Bantry Bay.
"Within minutes of this report, further ones of distress-flare sightings were received from Lambert's Bay, Yzerfontein, Bakoven, Hout Bay, Strandfontein on the West Coast, and also from Gansbaai (on the south coast).
Thompson said: "All sightings reported were from credible and co-operative witnesses."
One vessel known to be at sea at this time was the 37ft yacht, Mr B, sailing from Cape Town to Langebaan.
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