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Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire case

Posted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 8:56 pm
by falkor
Morag Ritchie said she saw the UFO hovering over her house in Aberdeenshire for four hours
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By Sara Malm PUBLISHED:17:34, 18 October 2012| UPDATED:17:39, 18 October 2012
A family has spoken of the terrifying moment they saw a UFO hovering above their house for four hours.

Morag Ritchie, 50, was awoken in the middle of the night by flashing lights in the sky over the family home in rural Scotland.


The grandmother-of-one woke her family up and her daughter’s fiance caught the shocking images of four blinking lights on video

The mother-of-one added: ‘I didn’t really believe in UFOs or anything like that beforehand. You hear lots of stories, but you don’t really believe them.

‘But this was really really strange. After seeing what I’ve seen, I’m genuinely wondering if there are actually aliens out there now.’

Although 95 per cent of all UFO reports can be explained, UFO expert Malcolm Robinson admitted he was baffled by the footage Scott captured.

He said: ‘I’ve looked at the footage and there appears to be four lights in a line intermittently flashing which could be anything.

‘But it’s strange. Many suspected UFO sightings are actually Chinese lanterns, but it’s not them this time - no way.

‘It’s very interesting to a researcher like me but at the moment we won’t have any answers for a couple of weeks at least when I find out if there were any other sightings or aircraft in the area at the time.’

Re: Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire case

Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:22 pm
by rob42
She says: "Eventually we all went back to bed." Went back to bed!! What does mean went back to bed?? :narked:
I don't know about you, but for me going back to bed would not be even close to what I would be doing if an unknown object/objects were hovering over my house!

Come off if, if she really thought that alien space craft {I believe that the usage of the term UFO in this report implies something not of this world, rather than an object in the sky that can't be identified} were hovering over her house, the last thing on her mind would be sleeping.

It says in the opening para "A family has spoken of the terrifying moment they saw a UFO hovering above their house for four hours." So "terrifying" in fact that they all piss off back to bed! Please... :sahnt:

Re: Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire case

Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:55 pm
by falkor
well she and her family obvious decided that whatever it was, wasn't immediately "threatening" ;)
UFO expert Malcolm Robinson admitted he was baffled by the footage Scott captured.

He said: ‘I’ve looked at the footage and there appears to be four lights in a line intermittently flashing which could be anything.

‘But it’s strange. Many suspected UFO sightings are actually Chinese lanterns, but it’s not them this time - no way.
bizarre! the four lights could be anything! so, chinese lanterns then? they are anything, no ummm not chinese lanterns, no way

so anything then - apart from chinese lanterns

I believe there was something there - at high altitude, why would she come forward if that was not true?

Re: Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire case

Posted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:36 am
by rob42
I'm sure that something was there, but I don't believe for a moment that the family were terrified or even concerned by whatever it was – they're just hamming it up for the press who are in turn sexing it up for the general readership. :roll:

I've not looked at the footage yet, but I'll take a guess that I won't be that impressed. :|

Re: Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire case

Posted: Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:12 am
by falkor
just looking at the newspaper article, the photos just show 4 lights in a black sky

but 4 lights in a black sky at 2am would be terrifying to most people, particularly if they stayed there

the video seems to indicate 1 large object emitting 4 massively bright lights way above

but then we go back to another topic (on here) where the question was put "why would a UFO light up bright lights to be seen?"