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Name: ******* ****
Date: Sunday, 2nd October 2016 at approx 15.00 hrs
Location: Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland.
"My wife **** happened to look up into the sky as something caught her eye; it took me a while to actually see the objects as they were really high up.
It was a clear day so we got the binoculars out and managed to study the unidentified's a little more clearly and were amazed to make out these shapes with lights; they were not moving fast across the sky, as by the time I got my camera fitted with a 250mm zoom lense they had only just passed over the house, (from the rear to the front of the house), but even with the zoom lense they were still only dots in the sky.
After taking the pictures I enlarged them on on my screen and saw the images more clearly, then I zoomed in further using a photo app and wow!
I will send the photos of these images in a separately so you can judge yourself."
Next are the original shots - please click thumbnails to enlarge to original size:
1. 2. 3.
Next are 3 best examples - extreme enlargements taken from the above case images:
Blow up 1
Blow up 2
Blow up 3
BEAMS photo analysis/speculations
1. It is quite obvious that these are genuine images - and that they show objects that
morphing as they fly.
2. In our opinion, known aircraft, birds or balloons can be completely crossed off the
list of possibilities.
Unproven hypothesis and theories.
3. Are these type of "UFOs" electrically-charged buoyant plasmas perhaps? (as some boffins are speculating), a supernormal, but natural meteorological phenomena not fully understood by modern science?
4. Are these bodies something completely unnatural, not nuts and bolts craft, but
rather, undiscovered atmospheric lifeforms? "alien" to our understanding?
Either way, these still remain unidentifieds because quite frankly, no one knows what these things are for sure; sometimes it's as if we, (both the scientists and UFOlogists) are all fumbling around in the dark trying to find the lightswitch.