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mrx3010



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Are they seriuos? Secret stealth craft? If it's secret you dont talk about it and what it is designed for. Either this is a great cover story or the MOD needs to learn some better techniques in "disinformation". It would have been best to not respond, so why did they?
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 11, 2009 7:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

my thoughts exactly, maybe they are trying to knock people off the scent, who knows Laughing
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Cliffraves



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I seen that on tv couple days ago does look like has to be some sort impact
unless was some kind lightening strike probably could do that sort damage but they was no one say about lightening strike srorm
so probably was somet unexplainable ufo.
like the bit about they could be looking down on us.
Turbine is kind of strange.
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Solstice Moon



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 5:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cliffraves wrote:
some kind lightening strike probably could do that sort damage but they was no one say about lightening strike srorm


Now that's got me thinking....

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white light with a orange outline round it and a man saw a white light pass overhead while he was driving his car


Ball lightning?
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 9:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

now theres a thought, but i dont recall there been lightning that night
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mrx3010



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe man made ball lightning. The real stuff is not usually that big.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

hows that done then, ive never heard of man made lightning Confused
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think there is a more "earthly" explanation out there.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 9:20 am    Post subject: SOME UPDATES Reply with quote

ARTICLE FROM THE 'TELEGRAPH' Newspaper


'UFO' wind turbine crash site sealed off
The wind farm where UFO hunters believe an alien aircraft struck a 290-foot wind turbine has been sealed off.

Security guards have been sent to protect the wind farm site in Conisholme, Lincs, following last week's incident.

One of the turbine's 65-foot blades came off and another was damaged at the site, on the same night that local residents reported seeing orange-yellow spheres in the sky, which some described as trailing octopus-like "tentacles".

Ecotricity, the company that owns the wind farm near Louth, has yet to find an explanation for the damage.

But managers are believed to be concerned UFO enthusiasts will scour the site for debris, so have decided to restrict access.

Dog patrols have been sent to ensure no unauthorised people can enter the site.

Nick Pope, a UFO expert, told The Sun: "There may be something they don't want people to see."

However, foreign debris was found at the site during an initial search.

More rational explanations include the possibility that a secret military aircraft such as a stealth bomber might have hit the turbine during a test flight, or that the turbine blade simply fell off, damaging the other one in the process.

Mr Pope said: "If a stealth aircraft struck the turbine, it may be made of some material which is itself top secret."





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UFO expert Nick Pope has spoken out about the Conisholme wind farm UFO case (Image supplied)

LOUTH has become a hotspot for UFO activity according to the UK's leading expert on the subject.
On Tuesday the Leader broke the story about speculation the destruction of a local wind turbine was caused by UFOs. Since then the story has gone global leading to a number of theories on what could have caused the damage.

We spoke to Nick Pope, who worked on the Ministry of Defence's 'UFO desk' in the 1990s.

Now a renowned author and TV personality on the subject, Mr Pope told us: "This case is particularly exciting as we usually just get eyewitness reports or a few grainy images of lights in the sky, but here we can physically see the effects, which gives us a tremendous opportunity to do forensic analysis of the turbine blades."

With this physical analysis, Mr Pope suggested the Conisholme case could have the potential to finally provide answers to the worldwide UFO mystery.

A spokesperson for Ecotricity, which runs the wind farm at Conisholme, Louth said the wind turbines have equipment which registers things like unusual vibrations that can be examined as part of their investigation into what happened. Today they have confirmed that the 'missing' blade has been found on the ground at the site.

Mr Pope said: "This of course, raises another question are the right people doing the investigation into this? I think the police should be involved and cordon off the site and launch a detailed search and sweep of the area. They could bring in metal detectors to search for debris from the blades.

Best-selling UFO author Timothy Good told us he believes there may be an element of hostility involved: "I am aware of many disturbing cases involving harassment of terrestrial aircraft by UFOs - and this damage to the wind turbine does seem purposeful."

The Conisholme case is one of several UFO stories broken by the Leader in the last six months. In August last year we received numerous reports from local residents who claimed to have seen strange orange lights over the area. Then in October we were visited by a man called Eric Goring from Brinkhill who said he has been witnessing triangular alien craft regularly near his home. Only just last month, we reported on a mysterious explosion and aircraft activity seen over the skies of Mablethorpe.

Nick Pope said: "Looking at the geography of the Louth area, taking in the coast, it is always possible some people could be seeing secret Russian reconnaissance aircraft, perhaps even unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The Russians could have a new secret craft which they are using to probe at our defences so I think we should be looking into this, and the MOD should be involved."

On Louth becoming a hotspot for UFO activity, Mr Pope explained: "Areas of the country can suddenly become hotspots although there is no logical reason for this. Often it is because people don't report what they have seen for fear of ridicule and disbelief, but once somebody gets the ball rolling and the media pick up on it, this makes other people less afraid to come forward."

He added: "My view is something big must have hit the wind turbine to cause that damage and it appears in this case that the UFO witnesses are very respectable, and clearly not people who are making this up."
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