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REPORT By Stephen Gamble
27 October 2017, South Bay, Scarborough, Yorks, UK

[Please scroll down this page completely for much more, including a GIF animation]

The town was swarming with holiday-makers and seaside visitors during half-term
holiday on this bright sunny day so I chose a less popular viewing point, along the sea
wall, to set up camera and tripod to do some sky fishing.

None of the flying objects in the videos described below were observed with the naked eye at the time of shooting. Quite a few videos ranging from less than a minute to over six minutes long were taken, pointing the camera at areas of blue sky or taking in a view that included the sea and distant cliffs from Cornelian to beyond Cayton bay.

As usual, there were a lot of ITWW's (indistinct things with wings) but there were a handful of very striking form-changing objects, including a form-changing object which made a semi-circular movement (at high speed).

In some of its transformations, it resembled a fish, with a large dark “eye”

Flying eye

...and what looked like spines along the back. In colour, it was pinkish-purple, differing from the more common blue, grey-blue types.

Tripod - Manfrotto used
Camera settings were:
HD video 1920 x 1080
60 frames per second
Shutter priority
F stop: F/6.3
Shutter speed: 1/2500
ISO: 400
Maximum aperture: 2.9
Focal length: 107mm
Saturation: high saturation
Sharpness: hard
White balance: auto
Video 277
Time of day: 15.26
Duration: 6 minutes 55 seconds

Camera and tripod were in a fixed position, pointing at a recently laid distant high jet trail above the sea. I used the telephoto function to zoom in and zoom out at various points, showing the context of the sea and distant cliffs at the far right beyond Cayton bay.

Most of the objects - over fifteen in number - appeared when the telephoto was used. Even then, the objects were small in relation to the frame size.

The video was one of the longest I have shot to contain flying objects.

The first two objects, though interesting in their various shapes, were too indistinct to show.

The third object also had some indistinct forms but two of its forms had rather more contrast intensity.

The first looked like the shape made by fluid after an object has been dropped into it.

The second was more structured, having channels set out in a symmetrical pattern.

Aerial oddity

The fourth object was indistinct but the fifth was perhaps the most remarkable in the
extraordinary forms it transformed into. A selection of these are given below. They vary
from what appear to be eye-forms to a pair of whistling lips!

The sixth form-changing object had many forms, most of them indistinct, with a handful
that showed strong contrasts and swirling forms.

The ninth form-changing object was also one of the more remarkable for the diversity of
shapes it assumed in its very speedy “flight”. It also appeared to spit out or spew out
some sort of saliva-like material, visible in several of the frame screenshot details. This,
in one of its strange forms, was also a rarely coloured object, taking on iridescent hues of pale pink, violet and turquoise.

GIF animation

Above is a GIF animation of just some transformations of the objects captured.