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UFO captured on video in North Wales

Several witnesses apparently saw the same UFO in North Wales last night. As is often the case these days, many of the witnesses turned to social media for answers and to share their experiences. One man posted a video on YouTube, others posted in Facebook, and another tweeted a local news outlet.

The first set of sightings took place in Wrexham in North Wales. David Price posted a video of this UFO, In the description he says he captured the video on his iPod and transferred it to his tablet to post it on YouTube.

Price told Wrexham.com, “I was looking towards Bradley from First Avenue in Gwersyllt at about 10:20pm. The lights were quite far apart but connected, no sound, slowly flew towards town… They were flashing in sync but not together, no other colours, just red.”

Wrexham.com said they heard from other witnesses as well. One said, “Quite clearly could see it, there was no noise and it was bang in the middle of town on a quiet night.”

Another witness said, “There were red lights flashing in the sky, they were quite far apart but travelling really slow.”

A man named Stephen posted on Wrexham.com’s Facebook page, “Anyone see two red lights fly low over Wrexham last night? Wasn’t a plane, helicopter and defo not lanterns.”

Witness' Facebook

Witness’ Facebook post

Later that night, a witness in nearby Deeside apparently saw the same object. He tweeted the local news outlet Deeside.com, saying, “@DeesideDotCom just seen something strange fly over deeside either very very big plain or 2 in formation alternative red flashing lights ???”

Deeside.com replied, “@Mikey_Rowe didn’t see anything significant on @flightradar24 – traffic in to LPL appears to be coming in low over Q/Ferry tonight though..”

Map of Wrexham and Deeside. (Credit: Google Maps)

Map of Wrexham and Deeside. (Credit: Google Maps)

More and more UFO sightings are playing out over social media. Recently, UFO sightings in Toronto caused excitement on the web as witnesses tweeted about their sightings.

Perhaps this up to the second type of information exchange will eventually be able to help provide more information about the mysterious objects being witnessed. In the case of North Wales last night, no one has yet offered a possible explanation, prosaic or otherwise.

UPDATE 8-6-2014

Wrexham.com believes they may have solved the mystery. This morning they posted the follow:

UPDATE – MYSTERY LIKELY SOLVED: This mystery is now likely solved via help from Thomas Williams (@TomW18) who spotted some debate about if the UFO’s were Chinook helicopters.

Thomas got in touch and told us they were 2 Lynx HMA.8 of the Royal Navy, call sign Rascal. It is likely they were on night flying exercises. Thomas tells us ‘Pilots have to train to fly at night to maintain readiness’.

The Lynx were flying out of RAF Valley, which also ties with the following picture spotted by Deeside.com of Lynx at RAF Valley in the same time period, possibly of the very aircraft seen!

About Alejandro Rojas

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Alejandro Rojas is a radio host for Open Minds Radio, editor and contributing writer for Open Minds magazine as well as OpenMinds.tv. For several years Alejandro was the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education. As a UFO/Paranormal researcher and journalist, Alejandro has spent many hours in the field investigating phenomena up close and personal. Alejandro has been interviewed by media organizations around the world, including the largest cable and network news agencies with several appearances on Coast to Coast AM.

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    You know they could be something called Sprites, similar to lightening but it occurs above the clouds , excuse me if I’m wrong about sprites

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