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About the Dales, U-K., UFO flap new video:

This article is from the "Evening Telegraph," U-K., January 4th, 2002.


09:30 - 04 January 2002

This mysterious light was captured on film by a Derby man when he spotted it hovering in the skies above his house.

Frame rom the video

The image is just one of many filmed by Andrew Garlick near his home in Milton Street, over the last few months.

He says he has no idea what the objects are or why they suddenly appeared.

Mr Garlick (18) and his wife, Danielle (19), first saw a strange object outside their house on Friday, September 7.

They claim they looked through their patio windows and saw a slow-moving oval-shaped white light.

As they went to the window to watch the light, a small, white teardrop shape slowly fell from it and floated towards the ground.

The experience left Mrs Garlick terrified and her husband confused.

He said: "I am not the sort of person who believes in UFOs and that sort of thing but I could not explain what I saw that night.

"It was the weirdest thing I have ever seen."

Mrs Garlick said: "I can't think of any logical explanation for what we've witnessed."

After seeing the light, the couple began to watch the skies outside their home more often.

They saw the oval object a second time and they also saw another strange formation - three white shapes in a triangle.

They saw the hovering single, red-coloured light a few weeks later.

The sightings come months after Bonsall hit the headlines after 19 UFO sightings were reported in four months - including one captured on video by housewife Sharon Rowlands.

UFO enthusiast Peter Edwards, of Lyttelton Street, Derby, has looked at footage of dozens of possible UFO sightings and says he does not think Mr Garlick's footage is a hoax.

"These images could be stars or satellites but there is also a possibility that this is a UFO.

"This footage is very similar to some that was caught on film about five years ago near Blagreaves Lane - and as far as I am concerned, that was certainly a UFO."

East Midlands Airport has confirmed that the area of Derby where Mr Garlick lives is not one of their main flight paths.

The Ministry of Defence refused to comment.

Anyone who thinks they have seen strange objects in the sky should call Krista Beighton at the Derby Evening Telegraph on Derby 291111 extension 6502.

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