Message received by BEAMS on April 28 at 9:20 PM
"Dear Ken and Hilary,
I took this photo while out walking with my parents in Richmond Park.
Please click image to enlarge
Extreme enlargement of object - brightened
I am always suspicious of burnt out trees ever since one was half incinerated by a ufo at my friends in Devon, and I look for these signs; so I took a random photo and captured something strange in the background..
I did not see this object at the time.
It was quiet there, no helicopter or drone noise."
"What reminded me that I had this was the fact they are saying that the BA passenger jet that was hit by an unknown object that they thought was a drone...
...but let us imagine IT WAS NOT A DRONE' at all that hit the plane, but rather a UFO... (similar to the object I have photographed here), and such incidents are either inadvertently or deliberately being mis categorized as drone sightings by the press.
Extract from BBC News website April 18, 2016: The British Airways flight from Geneva, with 132 passengers and five crew on board, was hit as it approached the London airport at 12:50 BST on Sunday.
"The jet was hit as it was coming in to land at Heathrow via Richmond Park - what a coincidence, the Royal Park again!
I thought of Hilary saying at her High Wycombe lecture concerning these unknown aerial objects so often reported buzzing our planes - "Fly at your own risk"!!!"
This is how Independent.ie headlined another Heathrow near-miss story... a very similar incident between a jetliner and a UFO in 2014: "An airline pilot has reported a near miss in which a “rugby ball”-shaped UFO passed within a few feet of his passenger jet while flying near Heathrow Airport." read here http://indo.ie/shsAB
Now for an even closer look at the unidentified
in question, captured on camera over Richmond Park 28/04/2016; the image is unchanged save for enlargement; naturally,
excuses will be given - such as 'it's a balloon' or even a 'drone' - but
note what appears to be a ring running around the middlle, also, its
almost acorn-like (or even "rugby ball-shaped"); personally, we
wouldn't be so quick to dismiss what is to our eyes, a mighty strange