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by James Hore

A pensioner is selling the home she loves after she was left petrified… by a visit from aliens. 
Helen Chapman spotted three triangular shaped UFOs as she was watching the sun setting from her kitchen window. 
The 72-year-old was left gobsmacked as the craft seemed to sit motionless before disappearing from view. 
The widow later heard a loud bang outside her lounge on the side of her static caravan home in Luton, Herts, which she believes was the aliens trying to make contact. 
She's been left so scared by the experience that she does not dare go into her front room to watch television. 
Instead she sits just two-feet from her television in a cramped dining room area. 
Helen, a retired hospital cleaner, is now planning to sell the family home she has lived in for the past 11 years in a bid to put her mind at rest. 
She said: "I am a level-headed person and was not what you would call a 'believer' before this happened.
Speaking about the loud bang, which appears to have left an indentation on the render of her caravan, she said: "It was about 11 o'clock at night. 
"I heard a massive bang on the side of the house and I knew it was the aliens. 
"I think they want to have contact with us and they are using the caravan as a way of contacting us and want to get some kind of message through. 
"I am afraid to look outside at night now.
"I am an old lady. What would they want with me?"
Helen claims to have only seen the alien craft on occasions when there was good weather, not when it is overcast or rainy.
She's revealed her sightings to one of her four daughters who told her not to be silly. 
But Helen is adamant despite the doubters. 
"I know by coming forward and saying I have seen a UFO, I am opening myself up to ridicule but I don't lie.
"Ask anyone who knows me and they will tell you I don't lie. It's a sin, " she added. 
"I am so shaken up that I am thinking about selling the home I love. 
"I don't want to do that but I feel like I am being watched and being targeted and it's been a frightening experience - not one that I would choose to happen.
Helen’s sighting came just days before a UFO was filmed 25 miles away in Hoddesdon, Herts.

Footage showed a ball of light hovering over houses before moving backwards and forwards.


And far from dismissing Helen’s claims, experts say they are interested to learn more.


Gary Heseltine, an ex-British Transport Police detective turned pro-UFO spotter, said: “The fact that she saw three objects all hovering together makes it more unusual than most sightings.


“It’s certainly a very interesting case. Because she is used to seeing the planes in the area and knowing what they look like, I would be surprised if she had mistook them for something.


“A lot will depend on the speed that the objects were travelling. It definitely warrants more investigation.”