UFO Sighting Report - United Kingdom
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September 13th 2006 : Saunton, Near Braunton, North Devon, England
UFOINFO Sighting Form Report
Location: Saunton, Near Braunton, North Devon, UK
Date: 13/9/06 23.20 gmt
Approach Direction: North
Departure Direction: North (direction of Wales!)
Witness Direction: face on
Description: I live on a cliff with 3 miles of beach in front of me. I went to bed at 11.15 and when I pulled back my curtains to open my window there where were what I can only describe as two headlamps with a halo affect below glaring at me, my first reaction was that the local airbase was doing a night flight with the hercules but I looked to the left and close by was another set of lights closer together. I ran down stairs to watch the lights move parralel to my house across a field, across a road and as they went they were starting to slowly dim as if a flare. The second lot of lights distance from each other changed infront of me and followed in the path of the first. There was no sound, and they moved like a glider speed but cannot of been a glider is it would have been gliding sideways! Have contacted RAF Chivenor and spoke to the guard commander who said there was no practising going on at the time. The whole thing lasted about 3 minutes.
Color/Shape: 2 seperate crafts with 2 big lights far apart, the lights had a halo affect on the underside. No sound.
Height & Speed: it was in line with the edge of the cliff and not far off the height of my house, would have to check distances. Speed of someone gliding.
TV/Radio/Press: reported to local paper (North Devon Journal) and RAF Chivenor to see if they were flying, and they weren't