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This week, the Ministry of Defence published its entire list of UFO
reports from 2002 to 2005, showing dates and times, location and brief
description of sightings.
And there are several from Worcestershire.
Perhaps the most bizarre is a sighting at 11pm on August 23, 2003,
over the A38 in the south of the city.
According to one witness, heading north over the road on this day was
a "helium-type balloon, the size of a moon, with flashing blue and red
lights". On April 15, 2002, "one big, round, bright star coloured
yellow and red moved upwards" over Worcester, while on July 15, 2003
"a light was seen, erratic movement and stationary" above Malvern.
Then, on August 14, 2003, at 11.57pm, a "very bright white light,
bigger than a star, but quickly diminishing in size until it
completely disappeared" was also spotted in Worcester.
Michael Soper, of UFO group Contact UK International, said the
sightings were very exciting.
He witnessed in Malvern in 1960: "I was walking on the hills when I
saw an A-bomber fly over with a silver disc oscillating around it.
"It was completely silent and as the plane travelled north east and
into cloud, the object zoomed off."
Since then, Michael has witnessed other strange phenomenon in the
county - including tumbling black and fawn objects that seemed to do
acrobatics in the air, and white falling `luminocities' that gave off
an `extremely memorable' light.
"Worcestershire has a long history with the unexplained," he added.
"In seeing something out of the ordinary you have to rise above the
rest of the human race," he said.
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