Quote from The Sun newspaper ..."during the early hours of 4th January 2009, one of the twenty wind turbines was damaged at Fen Farm on Conisholme Fen."
ITN News clip from the time (please note that the audio is rather low on this... sorry)
Well, now we have something of an update; please watch this rather interesting footage captured in several segments, from Crosby Beach, Liverpool 28/10/2014.
The witness is quoted as saying that "he goes tor a jog every day down to the beach. He was returning home when he saw an unusual object in the sky. "I go for daily jogs down the beach, and on the way back I looked up and saw this in the sky".
The object was silent and appeared to hover in the sky.
Luckily the witness had a new smart phone but it was so new he didn't have a lot of experience using the video function. He did manage to capture a couple of short videos which clearly do show what he was seeing.
He continues: "The videos do not do it justice: I have no idea what it is. There was no sound or movement from it at all. I was trying to figure out how to zoom in properly on my new phone, this is why it is in small parts. it disappeared as I tried to take yet another video. end. Source: UFO Digest.
It might be said that the UFOs' proximty to the wind turbine is merely a coincidence, but there is no escaping the fact that this footage is certainly genuine and shows an unexplained, unidentified aerial object.
Click on the links below to watch these and the other witness' videos on YouTube.
Returning to the 2009 UK case:
A sober report in the Louth
Leader's website, "louthleader.co.uk" published
quote from the so-called "tentacle man", ufo reportee John Harrison.
Looking out from his landing window, he saw:
"a 'massive ball
of light' with 'tentacles going right down to the ground' over Conisholme wind farm."
"It was huge. At first I thought it must have been a hole
where the moon was shining through but then I saw the tentacles – it
looked just like an octopus. It was an incredible sight; I have never
seen anything like it before. I have no idea what it was, all I can say
is what I saw".
Willows - who lives just half a mile away from the scene was travelling
in her car when
"strange lights" loomed in the evening sky.
lights were moving across the sky towards the wind farm," she said.
"Then I saw a low flying object. It was skimming across the sky towards
Robert Palmer, Chairman of East Lindsey District Council, said he saw...
"a strange light in the sky the night before the turbine blade fell
"There was definitely something there," he said.
Witness Lesley Whittingham, 71, even managed to photograph it and gave this description...“It looked like a giant explosion in the air.”
Then there is this from the Louth
Published 16 October 2008, by Gemma Gadd
Here is his sketch of the object.
But the Financial Times has it all sussed out and ready for sweeping under that big, bulging carpet, as they can exclusively reveal the likely cause of all those lights seen in the area... a firework display; doh!... now how did we know they were going to say that?
"Peter Bell, a retired farmer who lives close to the wind farm site, celebrated his 80th birthday on Saturday night with a party that culminated with fireworks being let off in the back garden". (oh, that's alright then... case solved)
I'm sorry, but it strikes me as quite strange that people can’t tell the difference between fireworks and something extremely unusual in the sky.
There are plenty of reasons NOT to believe the official line that is being fed to us.
Let us weigh-up the evidence as it stands.
- Just weeks before the turbine strike, a very good photograph of a triangular/doughnut-shaped ufo was taken not far from the wind farm; also we have an eyewitness' drawing of a mystery triangular craft that was seen flying over the area about this time.
- There is the RAF witnesss' report (from a man of 12 years military training), who also spoke of observing something most extraordinary in the skies around those parts, just a couple of weeks after the incident. "I 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." he said.
- We have the various eyewitness testimonies to strange lights in the sky before and during the time of the crash. (see above).
- Then we can recall the vast array of often 'silly' excuses that Ecotricity, (which operates the site), have put out to explain the extensive damage to the turbine blades... everything from metal fatigue to a block of frozen urine falling from a plane's toilet.
- There is the various press reports of how 'security operatives backed by snarling dogs' sealed-off the Conisholme wind farm from public scrutiny during an official investigation... complete with military involvement.
- The fact that "foreign debris" was removed from the scene for examination.
- Then, to top it all, BEAMS had at least 17 ufo reports sent in to us on the run-up to this event; and it is wondered how many other reports relating to the Conisholme happening were submitted to the Police, MoD, newspapers and various other agencies up and down the country, which we will never get to hear about?