UFO footage from RAF Woodvale Open Day, 3 July 2011
Air Show events of any kind seem to attract inexplicable UFO activity.
The most recent Open Day at RAF Woodvale in Southport brought in the following video footage for me.
The still images below were snaps simply taken from my PC screen from the video itself, hence the poor quality. The first UFO moves from the bottom left corner diagonally upwards at 13-15 seconds into the film.
UFO number 2 travels from the right to left of the screen at 28 seconds.
Above: UFO number 1 flies rapidly across the screen. It's so fast that it is easy to miss on the video itself.
Above: UFO number 1 as it rises out of the screen. Above: a close up crop of the UFO. The slightly pale area to the left of the object appears to be motion blur indicating significant speed.
Above: UFO number 2 crosses the screen from right to left. Was it the same entity?
Above: a close up crop of the UFO. The slightly pale area to the left of the object appears to be motion blur indicating significant speed.
Of course, with this being an aerobatic display no other planes were permitted for obvious safety reasons in the airspace at this time.
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I include this sighting for interest value and readers must make of this cylindrical-shaped UFO(s) what they will.
Pat Regan © 2010
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