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09-12-2008: UFO Photographed Over Conisholme, Lincolnshire, UK

Extract from Louth Leader newspaper article by Gemma Gadd 

Published date: 15 January 2009 

'This doughnut-shaped UFO was caught on camera near Conisholme wind farm, a few weeks before the wind turbine was damaged.'


Above: Original case photo, please click to enlarge.

Note: If you look at the photo carefully, it appears to have been shot from within a vehicle;
one can see the headlights from an oncoming car reflecting in the windscreen, (visible at the bottom of glass near the wiper); so I suggest this factor might play a part in the apparent shape of the UFO; in other words, the resulting image may be a little distorted.


Above: Photographer Brian Lee

Louth Leader article continued: 'Brian Lee, 55, was driving on Billings Gate road in South Somercotes at 4.30pm on December 9 and stopped his car to take some pictures of a dramatic sunset on his mobile phone.

It wasn't until he returned home and looked over the images that he discovered the strange object in one of them.

He said: "I looked at my phone and just saw this doughnut-shaped thing in the sky; I didn't know what to think it was."

The image, facing a south westerly direction, also shows the headlights of a car approaching. The mystery object can be seen in the sky amidst the dark clouds.

Mr Lee, from nearby Saltfleet, said: "I've sat on this photo for a while because I just didn't know what to think about it, but after seeing all your stories in the Leader about the wind farm UFOs I thought maybe I should show somebody."

When asked if he believed UFOs were of alien origin, Mr Lee said he likes to keep an open mind, but added: "This isn't some sort of hoax as I really don't have any interest in the whole UFO thing. I just thought it was really strange."

Thanks to the Louth Leader newspaper for this data.

Above: BEAMS blow up of mystery object

Update: Jan 21, 2015: My Facebook posting:

For some strange reason, this potentially important image has hardly been promoted in Ufological circles; it hasn't been shown on any TV documentary about the mystery, (that I have seen anyway) including Richplanet, History Channel etc; or perhaps someone will correct me on this score; maybe it WAS briefly shown somewhere and I nodded-off or something;
this, despite originally having been published in the Louth Leader newspaper, and also being on our BEAMS site since early 09.

Perhaps it's down to copyright issues, or could it be that the high profile researchers and programme makers who reported on the Conisholme case knew something damning about the photo that we didn't. Yet, as far as I am aware, the image is absolutely genuine. Either way, surely we, the public, should be allowed to see ALL of the evidence and decide for ourselves.
So, is this a secret military project? the fabled TR3B perhaps?

Well, for a start, I am not necessarily buying into the fantastic claims being made about secret advanced military technology; it is quite possible that such rumours are disinformation deliberately being put into the media, simply to muddy the waters and silence the whole debate; unless I see evidence to persuade me otherwise, I think the proposal that at least some of these mystery craft are 'alien' creations, is not without merit.
While surfing the net in search of more info about the Conisholme case, I managed to find only one other website with this same UFO image on!