Reports of UFO sightings have come flooding in to the South London Press following trails of bright lights being spotted in the night skies.
A number of witnesses have come forward after we reported on the mysterious lights being spotted flying in formation above East Dulwich on August 4.
Mike Hall, 62, of Therapia Road, East Dulwich, was in his back garden when the UFOs passed directly overhead.
He said: "I counted at least 20 and the light was intense, but as they passed over me they were completely silent. "The night was still and there was no breeze, there was absolute silence. "I have never seen anything like it in my life."
Philip Cotton was sceptical about extra-terrestrial life until he and his partner spotted a strange flashing object flying over the clear skies of North Yorkshire.
Now Mr Cotton, from Grove Hill, in Middlesbrough, believes there is only one explanation for the phenomenon he witnessed - it was an Unidentified Flying Object.
Mr Cotton, 51, and his partner Jean Clark, 53, were enjoying an overnight camping trip fishing at Crabtree Farm in Gilling West, between Richmond and Scotch Corner, when their sleep was disturbed by the flashes of light at about 1am last Thursday.
Mr Cotton said: "Jean nudged me to wake me up and she said somebody was shining a torch.
It might have felt like an earthquake to Sydney coastal residents but it wasn't, scientists say.
Dozens of Sydney coastal residents reported their houses shaking this afternoon but Geoscience Australia said it was not an earthquake.
Residents reported windows shaking about 3.45pm (AEST) in the eastern beach suburbs of Maroubra, Clovelly, Bondi and Tamarama, a Geoscience Australia spokesman said.
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Now there is a second photograph in the public domain that was allegedly taken during the O'Hare Airport UFO Sighting on November 7, 2006. I have posted a cropped image here. The first photograph is being called by a hoax by some, yet many are still claiming that it might be the real thing.
The National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena (NARCAP), based in Vallejo, California, has investigated that November 7 incident allegedly involving an unidentified aerial object that violated controlled airspace at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
As viewed by airline and airport employees at O'Hare, the object was round and revolving, gray in color and metallic. It hovered at an altitude less than 1,900 feet above ground level.
"The identity of the UAP [unidentified aerial phenomenon] remains unknown," notes the over 100 page NARCAP report.
Loch Ness has its monster. Does San Antonio have one, too?
Strange sightings of a huge flying creature have been reported as recently as six months ago. Is it a monster or myth?
Guadalupe Cantu III was busy working his newspaper route, but he says the big news of that day 10 years ago flew right over his car. He says he's seen what most have not - an unidentified flying object, one that still scares him.
"We were afraid that it would come at us. So we stayed in the car till it passed this way," witness Guadalupe Cantu III said. "This thing's all feathers, all black. Much bigger than me. It looked at us. It had very stooped-up shoulders." The beast has been spotted from the Rio Grande Valley to the mountains of New Mexico.
The unidentified flying object, described as a small rocket about two feet long and four inches in diameter, was reported over a Yavapai County neighborhood then landing near the Verde River.
However, searchers have combed the area southeast of Cottonwood and have found no evidence of any flying object, authorities said Friday.
"At this point, the search for the object has concluded," said Scott Reed, a spokesman for the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office.
The rocket sighting was reported by two residents who live on Hogan Lane in Bridgeport, a community between Cottonwood and Cornville, Reed said. The color of the rocket was not reported.
Scott Fraser has seen a few strange things in the night sky.
But he never had a camera with him.
That is until Sunday night at sunset, when four white oblong shapes burst like rockets over the western horizon, rose vertically some distance before whizzing south at high speed.
Penwith's ufo mystery deepened this week as further sightings of "fiery" objects in the night skies emerged - including one close encounter captured on film.
Unidentified flying objects have now been spotted over three West Cornwall towns in the past fortnight.
First to be seen by an amazed witness in Hayle were "fiery red/orange" objects flying at high altitude.
Now it has emerged that he is not alone - with perhaps dozens of other people in St Ives and Penzance reporting similar incidents.
Laura Husband of St Ives contacted The Cornishman after reading last week's report of the Hayle sighting.
On the sunny afternoon of Wednesday July 25, Lee Jones of Anfield looked up from the back garden of his home and saw something which terrified and mesmerised him.
An enormous saucer-shaped craft emerged slowly from the cumulus clouds and hung in the sky.
The UFO was so large, a passing commercial airliner was dwarfed against it, leading Lee to estimate the unidentified craft's size as over a mile in diameter.
He ran in and fetched his wife and mother-in-law, and they too saw the gigantic circular craft - the colour of 'grey gun-metal' - hanging in the summer sky as clouds drifted over its surface, obscuring the mysterious visitor.
After about fifteen minutes of peeping out from the clouds, the UFO was nowhere to be seen.