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Experts think this dot in the sky spotted hovering over Newcastle could be a UFO

Witness 'will now undergo hypnosis' after sighting which has been made public due to a leading ufo hunter

Based on a report by Ian Johnson

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Or is it an extra-terrestrial craft from outer space?

That’s the question puzzling alien hunters after a “shape shifting” vessel was spotted hovering over Tyneside.

And the person who snapped it thinks it could be a UFO.

“I was in my back garden and when I looked up I noticed that the clouds had a wake in them as if an invisible force had pushed through them” reads a witness report of the sighting.

“As I looked about in the sky I saw nothing. I then looked North West over my fence and seen a triangular craft about the size of a Transit van.

“It was black in colour and seemed to be changing shape.”

The witness rushed to get their camera. When they returned the craft had “changed shape” and was smaller.

“It then started to ascend up into the clouds (and made) no sound at all,” adds the witness.

“When the UFO was at a certain height, three boomerang type crafts flew around it. The UFO was constantly changing shape.”

A report of last June’s Westerhope sighting was filed with former B.E.A.M.S. researcher, now North East UFO expert, Glen Richardson.

He’s now made snaps of the sighting public, and praised the witness for going public, in a bid to try and establish what the mystery craft was.

“At the moment the investigation is at the early stage so it is difficult to say what it is,” admits Hartlepool’s Glen.

“There can be many explanations to what it might be. For example a bird is a common explanation.”

He’s getting the snaps analysed to try and shed some light.

“I’ve spoken to the witness via email and the witness has explained they’ve had many experiences over the years and is wanting to go through hypnotic regression,” he added.

“But again this is showing the popularity of ufo activity in the North-East and hopefully more and more people will come forward.”