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Founded in 1991, our society consists of a
team of active reporters and field investigators who
factually gather, study and disseminate evidence relating to Earth Mysteries, (e.g. Ley Lines, Terrestrial Energies and Ancient Site Anomalies), Strange Aerial Happenings, (e.g. Unidentified Flying Objects or UFO's), and The Paranormal, (e.g. Spirit and Psychic Phenomena).

Daylight Video: Flying Saucer Over Weymouth, Dorset, UK - 1998 Stabilized + Analysis

Video of Another Witness to This Event - David Kingston, Former RAF Man

Is this the best daylight footage ever?...showing a structured, metallic UFO?

Many have claimed that the video was a prank, so Rod Dickinson, (the camerman), was traced and contacted by email, asking him the question outright... and this is his reply;

'Thanks for your mail. I did take the footage some 10 years ago. For what it is worth it is not a hoax - at least one other person I met saw the thing while I was filming it. I think others saw it too. Obviously I don't think it's an alien spacecraft/ufo.' (data obtained from abovetopsecret.com)

This video was shot in Weymouth, Dorset on 07/04/1998 and has now been stabilized and restored, (on behalf of BEAMS - The British Earth and Aerial Mysteries Society), because the original version was so shaky, it was difficult to even see the object properly, but this stabilization has now helped to improve it's viewability.

Still frame from video

Witness David Kingston said: 'The UFO was initially spotted above a radio mast on The Ridgeway.

Two Lynx helicopters from nearby Portland Naval base, were scrambled to intercept; as they approached, the UFO suddenly ascended to about 60,000 feet... in the blink an eye! 'Frame-by-frame analysis of the video has also revealed some small, anomalous spheres flying close to the object.'

Even with certain negative factors working against the footage, such as the various accusations of trickery which are across the net, I still considered this video interesting enough to warrant the effort involved in restoration.

(Kenneth John Parsons - BEAMS Chairman/Founder)

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