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Welcome to B.E.A.M.S.

Founded in 1991, our society consists of a
team of active reporters and field investigators who
factually gather, study and disseminate evidence relating to Earth Mysteries, (e.g. Ley Lines, Terrestrial Energies and Ancient Site Anomalies), Strange Aerial Happenings, (e.g. Unidentified Flying Objects or UFOs), and The Paranormal, (e.g. Spirit and Psychic Phenomena).

A. Harwood

Mick Kane
BEAMS Heltson, Cornwall

I would like to offer my time as a volunteer... as over the last 25 yrs my interest in this subject has never faltered.

I began my quest for the truth about this subject back in the 90's, with various trips to Bonnybridge in Scotland; but to be honest with work it's been just now and then. Now I have more time.

I live near Helston, Cornwall and have all the usual sky watching equipment telescope, binoculars, camera etc plus I have set my car up to help with looking at captured images quickly.

I have a lot of spare time and due to a work accident, I'm always up at silly hours, which just happens to be advantageous for keeping an eye on what is happening in our skies.

Here are two of my own sightings although the first is very poor, and then one from a close friend of 20+yrs which happened in 2008.

1) It was mid 90's, about 1am, I worked night shifts then, driving along the B7076 into Gretna, I spotted a fairly low, , white light in the direction of the Solway moving north. I lost sight of it as I entered the town. On my return 15-20mins later there was a Police car parked up, I asked if they had seen it but they hadn't.

2) 2017 Sept/Oct, I can be more precise when I ask friends. Visiting friends in Gosport about 10pm I was watching a plane heading across the channel when a shimmer in the mainly cloud free sky caught my eyes.

It appeared to be higher than planes normally fly at, about the size of a fingernail if you stretch your hand out. Best description is an irregular but round object, black, barely visible apart from its texture; was similar to coal or a slightly crumpled black bin bag, and there was a shimmering to it. Moving steadily eastwards, but I would say because of the height faster than a normal commercial aircraft.

And finally...

3) My friend is a carer she works nights and was driving with a colleague very late north through Siloth Cumbria. I only know the year was 2008. A large elongated oval shaped object, giving off a bright orange glow, passed over there car, low enough to fill the windscreen moving in what I have worked out to be a north easterly direction. They were both startled and concerned at the time.

Jackie says that a lady in Silloth did take a picture of the object and there was an article in the Cumberland news that week. I have not verified this yet, or at least the years don't match up. Maybe you know a better way than just a simple Google search.

I should say I am ex forces, not amazed at every picture or light I see, I say this because unfortunately there are many hoaxes and easily explained stuff out there and also down here where light quality is usually good, I see many objects passing over head, but remember from my days and nights in the Gulf these are probably space debris or man made objects.

Latest report 23/09/2018

In Mullion facing SSE, large object tracking at speed West to east. Heading up UK coast!

I was at home TR127DH facing SSE, when to the west appeared a white light, looked like a planet, but moving towards the east. The moon was very bright and after the object passed it just disappeared. I have taken two videos, but due to me zooming it only appears briefly in one. I took three photos, one has lots of camera shake so just appears as a very bright white line. The other two it is in shot but the focus has not captured the sharpness.

They are on the SD card of the camera, I can take a photo of the camera screen, with my phone, but not sure how else to get the original to you.

I am absolutely buzzing, this was so clear by eye.

I hope you get some more reports tonight, it was so so clear.

Screenshot of phenomena captured by Andy