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Clear video recording of a cylinder-shaped unidentified object flying in the sky above Brean, near Burnham-On-Sea, UK - July, 2008

Footage of what appears to be a UFO hovering above the British coastline has caused a stir among experts.
 
The mysterious cylinder was spotted above a busy caravan park in Brean, Somerset, on a rare sunny day last summer: Holidaymakers looked in amazement as the object appeared in the clear blue sky and remained for more than 10 minutes. One tourist had a video camera and managed to capture its strange, erratic movements in the sky.
 
There are already a range of theories on what the object might have been, with some believing it was a kite or balloon.
 
The footage has since been uploaded on to video sharing website YouTube, where it has sparked fierce debate.
 
Users claim the object looks like a 'high altitude observation balloon
payload'.

However, UFO 'expert' Malcolm Robinson insisted the object was 'totally consistent' with other sightings: Mr Robinson, who runs UFO group Strange Phenomena Investigations, said: 'This video of a UFO is clearly very exciting.
 
'While UFOs are commonly thought to be spherical in shape, we receive dozens of calls from people who have spotted similar cylinder-shaped objects.
 
'There is, of course, an argument that this could be a weather balloon or some other common object.
 
'But my research has shown that it is totally consistent with other UFO sightings, none of which have been hoaxes or naturally-occurring phenomena.'
 
It is not the first time a mystery object has been spotted in the skies over Brean.
 
June, 2007 local coastguards were called out to search Somerset's coastline after sightings of a mystery parachute and canister, which were never found.

Source Daily Mail

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