Is Scotland the UFO capital of the world?Posted by talesfromthelou on January 11, 2015
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Is Scotland the UFO capital of the world? – Scotland Now .
Jan 10, 2015
By Scotland Now
AFTER Scots comic book writer Mark Millar’s strange sighting in Glasgow at New Year, we take a look at the reports of mysterious objects over Scotland’s skies in recent years.
UFO spotters gaze out over the Forth Valey in central Scotland where sitings are frequent
DESPITE being such a small nation, Scotland has been home to a remarkable number of UFO sightings over the years.
There are hundreds of reports on mysterious objects over the nation’s skies each year.
Kick Ass creator Mark Millar is one of the latest Scots to have reported a strange sight in Glasgow over New Year.
The comic book writer took to social media last week to reveal what he saw.
He wrote: “I know this sounds mental, but did anybody else see that huge glowing object over Glasgow last night around 1am? Only 1 mention online.
“We thought it was a firework at first but it never exploded & and just moved from South to North of city over 60 seconds.
“The weird thing was it looked like a wingless plane flying sideways, a wide tube. Like a rolling pin. We all watched open-mouthed.
“This wasn’t a lantern. It went from Ayrshire to Campsies (about 40 miles) in 60 secs. Passed right over us & we ran to other side of house.
“Note: I’m not saying this was a UFO. I think a test plane only explanation. Mach 9 is now possible after all. But odd to see.
“This was bigger than a jumbo jet. Vast as it passed our place and then shot off as orange flare again.
“It also covered 40 miles in a minute, meaning a speed of approx Mach 3 or 4.”
Despite Millar’s sighting over Glasgow, it is a small town in the centre of Scotland which has earned its place as the UFO capital of the world.
There are more than 300 sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects reported above Bonnybridge every year, with calls for an investigation into the paranormal town.
Councillor Billy Buchanan says so many residents come to him with concerns about what is happening in the town’s skies that he has appealed to three prime ministers – David Cameron, Tony Blair and John Major – to order an urgent investigation.
As yet no official investigation is underway.
The Ministry of Defence say they are “satisfied that there is no evidence that the United Kingdom’s airspace might have been compromised by hostile or unauthorised foreign military activity.”
But mysterious sightings in the area known as the Falkirk Triangle, which branches from Bonnybridge to Stirling and Fife, continue.
Everything from space ships landing to mysterious balls of light have been reported.
Some unexplained sightings have even been caught on film.
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