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Sighting Made Between Aubourn and Witham St Hughes, Lincolnshire, UK - January 09, 2009.

Dear Sirs,

As of 7.50pm, (Friday 9th January), I am reporting a UFO sighting.
 
I was on the way home from work with my partner and we both saw the UFO at 6.50pm.
 
I work in Aubourn and live in Witham St Hughes. I was about halfway between the two places when we saw a bright light traveling across a field.
 
It lasted for around 1 or 2 seconds and was going incredibly fast. Definitely flying faster than a fighter jet and possibly travelling faster than anything mankind has made.
 
The light was very bright and was brilliant white, almost a very bright white LED light but more intense; it was travelling in an upward curve and seemed to be the same height as a fighter jet would fly. 
 
I left the RAF 12 years ago after over a decade in service and have never seen anything like this before in my life. I am used to seeing aircraft, (both military and civil), above Lincolnshire and can assure you that this was not aircraft.
 
I never saw an object, I just saw a round white light but it was pinpointed and not general. It was a light and was not pointing anywhere... it was just travelling.
 
The sighting was so unusual that I immediately pulled the car into the side of the road opened the window, switched off the engine but heard nothing.
 
If it had been aircraft then I would have heard sound.
 
I would not link the light to farm equipment lighting or a laser, as I know what these look like.
 
I am convinced that this was so unusual I came back to work to report it.
 
 
Regards
 
 
H' (name abreviated for security purposes)