Shropshire Girl Films Pulsing UFO

On 21st of February 2009, thirteen year old Harriet Rogers filmed a pulsing ball of blue light close to an RAF Base in Shropshire, England. She received a call from her Grandmother about a bright light in the sky so Harriet accompanied by her father went upstairs to have a look and saw this brilliant ball of light pulsing and changing colors.

“To the human eye, it just looked like a bright light but, on the cam-recorder we could see it pulsing, then suddenly changing colours. It was low in the sky, the bright light on the first part of the recording is a street light,” said Harriet.

The pair decided to go out and follow the light along the Craven Arms Road to try get a bit closer and they started to notice it was going down beyond the horizon.

She added: “This is when you could see with your own eyes that it was pulsing and changing colours.

“We stopped in a lay-by and rested the camcorder on a gate post where we got the best shots. We could see how it was getting much brighter than before.”

This isn’t the only time that we have seen it, we have seen about two other separate occasions, all roughly in the same direction but not the exact place.

Harriet's mum Deborah Rogers said that since these UFOs have started showing up, the teenager has become a stargazer who is fascinated with astronomy. Mrs Rogers said: 'She has got a book on UFOs now and she keeps looking up into the sky at night to see if she can see anything.

Harriet is not the only one to have spotted strange lights over Shropshire in the last few months.

There have been up to 30 sightings of mysterious spheres of light logged by UFO experts in the last two months with at least eight recorded in the last fortnight.

Last June, shaken soldiers at the Tern Hill army barracks in nearby Market Drayton, Shrops, spotted 13 UFOs spinning in the skies above their barracks. Three squadron commanders captured the anomalous objects on a mobile phone camera while out on night patrol and reported the close encounter to Army top brass.

Derek Burden was working on the 16th floor of a building in Covent Garden, West End, London when he took this picture at 8.30am.

But it was only when he looked at the image a few days later with his wife Sarah that he noticed the Saucer Shaped formations akin to clouds.

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