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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

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Cumbria is UFO hotspot claim investigators

UFO hunters have claimed Cumbria is becoming a hotspot of extraterrestrial activity.

Ufologists across the region have reported what they believe is an unprecedented rise in the number of unexplained events in the night sky.

Strange shapes and lights have been reported in several areas including locations near to sensitive military sites and nuclear power stations.

The most recent sighting were reports of orange lights above the Irish Sea off the coast of Ravenglass, a few miles from the Sellafield nuclear plant.

Whitehaven-based UFO investigator Sharon Larkin, 37, said she was aware of a recent increase in activity and claims Cumbria, especially the Lake District, is becoming a UFO hotspot.

She said: “There has been a lot of activity lately. Some theories suggest the large amount of water in the lakes is useful to craft which may need it for propulsion systems. Another theory is that they are monitoring our use of nuclear power.”

According to UFO investigator Pat Regan from West Lancashire the Ravenglass lights are unlikely to have been maritime flares.

He said: “The report was submitted by a man who has extensive knowledge of the area and is familiar with flares. He reported that what he saw were definitely not flares and that the lights moved without making any noise.”

In Carlisle, however, UFO sightings in the city over the festive period were thought to be nothing more than hot air – carrying glow lanterns up into the night sky.

Numerous sightings of bright lights floating above the city were reported to the News & Star over Christmas and New Year. But alien enthusiasts were left disappointed after it emerged that Kerry Higgins, of The Garlands, Carlisle, released glow lanterns into the sky on Christmas Day.

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Posted by john on 21 July 2014 at 14:44

You lot are on about orane yellow and red lights ive just seen about 50 flying objects that was white they werent lanterns and planes and all the flying things you can get it was defo another object from another planet unless theres some tests being done

Posted by lisa on 18 December 2013 at 23:29

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