Americans who want a harmless hacker extradited from Britain must be from a different planet, says Boris Johnson.
The Daily Telegraph has an interesting retrospective of photos of UFOs going back to 1870. This one was seen over New York in 1950. Looks like a brandy snap to me.
The 10th October edition of the Forest & Wye Valley Review, a local free newspaper, has an article reporting triangular black craft seen by anonymous witness over the A40 dual carriageway next to Chippenham Mead at 10 PM on Friday 26th September.
The witness describes the two objects as “low enough to hit with a stone… There were several lights on them, arranged symmetrically on the underside and there were white lights on the three points of each triangle.”
Moving “slower than 5 mph” they took at least 15 seconds to pass over the dual carriageway. They were “absolutely silent and there were no other cars on the road at the time”.
The witness provides a sketch showing craft very similar to the ominous black triangles that have featured in so many UFO sightings in recent years.
The article appears to have flushed out others who have seen similar craft. The 17th October edition has a front page article reporting similar sightings in Westbury last winter and Whitchurch in 1994.
Perhaps it was all a big fib.
Perhaps it looked a bit like this triangle filmed over Florida in March:
This is a bizarre story from 2004 that has recently resurfaced in a government report leaked to Italian newspapers.
Walter Haut, the US Army Air Force public relations officer who issued the famous “flying saucer” press release after the Roswell incident in 1947, wrote this affidavit confirming that he did see what he believed to be an extraterrestrial craft and beings. Published last week, he had asked for it to remain sealed until after his death in 2006.
Walking past Gloucester Cathedral earlier this week in the shadow of that gothic temple I witnessed bloody, unabashed cannibalism.
A herring gull was plucking at the entrails of another gull on the pavement.