More UFO sightings in Swansea Bay area
GOODNESS gracious great balls of fire!
More sightings of unidentified flying objects, which look like orange balls, have been seen whizzing through the skies of Swansea.
A number of Evening Post readers said that they saw spooky sightings on Monday night last week in areas including Uplands, Clase, Clydach, Landore, Morriston and Skewen.
The objects were spotted in the air from 7pm to 9.30pm.
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Claire Page, of Llanllienwen Road, Morriston, said she had seen five orange objects flying across the sky around 9.20pm on Monday.
She said: "I could see a gold bright orange globe in the sky and it flew across and then four others shooted passed as if they were together.
"I have never seen anything like it before.
"I tried to grab my camera and got a picture. "It was if they were chasing each other."
Ian Makay, of Bryn, Port Talbot captured what he believed to be some kind of UFO on his camera while he was in Cymmer in Neath. The image he took is alongside this story.
He said: "I saw an opaque white coloured object as if there were two objects behind one another around 5.30pm.
"It was there for a while then it just shot across the sky."
A number of sightings have been seen in the last few weeks.
Llanelli taxi driver Bob Hinton described seeing a "brilliant, absolutely brilliant orange light" coming from due north and heading south overhead near Llanelli Railway Station.
More than 60 people have commented on the Evening Post website about various sightings in the area.
Charlotte, of Swansea, said: "I saw a very bright orange glow, too low to be a plane or space station and little too fast and bright to be a lantern.
"Now don't get me wrong I am not going to go jumping about saying it was a UFO but not something I've seen before."
Many people think the sightings could be Chinese Lanterns due the Chinese New Year being on February 14.
But Heather, of Mumbles, said: "Stop using the excuse of Chinese Lanterns. Yes, no doubt, many of the sightings have been just that, but not all.
"Open your mind, accept that the unacceptable may happen!
"We might have come from "up there" Who knows! We should never fear speaking out.
"There will be people who laugh at you, however, if other life forms were found it would put an end to doctrinated religion so there will be plenty of people out there who are willing to mock you.
"Something is going on."