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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 UFO's), and The Paranormal, (e.g. Spirit and Psychic Phenomena).

Investigator "S" 

Investigator "S" BEAMS Greater London

Hi there, UFOs and the Paranormal have been passions of mine for many, many years, and after meeting with numerous investigators, reading books on the subjects and attending conferences, I have decided to become a field researcher for the British Earth & Aerial Mysteries Society; and whenever I am able to, I will actively assist in the investigation, collection and dissemination of gathered evidence pertaining to our particular areas of enquiry, all with the help of the BEAMS Team.

During my journey to where I am now, I have experienced quite a few high strangeness events, including observing numerous UFOs, plus suffering the symptoms of a possible alien abduction.

I have even managed to photograph a couple of strange things:

28 04 2016: Mystery Aerial Object Captured Over Richmond Park, Surrey UK

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.

2016-04-28 Mystery Aerial Object Please click image to enlarge

Enlargement of Object Brightened 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..

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 miscategorized 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.

If confirmed, it is thought it would be the first such incident in the UK.
BA said it would give the police "every assistance with their investigation". No arrests have been made, police say.

The Metropolitan Police said the plane was hit by the drone at about 1,700ft (580m) while flying over the area of Richmond Park, in south west London.

No debris has been found and police have asked for anyone who finds drone parts in the Richmond area to come forward." end quote

The jet was hit as it was coming in to land at Heathrow via Richmond Park - what a coincidence, the Royal Park!

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 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

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 looking object...


Mystery Object Blow Up


Also I captured this object on 21/03/2016... please read my report below.

Name 'S'
Email xxxxxxx
City Greater London (exact location withheld for security)
Date 21/03/2016 9:15 PM
Location Surrey
Message Hi Ken, just taken a photo of what I thought was simply an over-colourful star or the Planet Venus, but there seemed to be too much movement about it.

So, the first image I have supplied is of the object way behind in the distance over the rooftops. Second photo is shot 1 again, but where I have cropped and zoomed in on the object.

I was astounded at the result.

I went back out to show Mum 5 minutes later but the object was gone.

I don't believe that this is a camera glitch, or that these are merely enlarged pixels, because the 'unidentified' itself is actually tiered.

I realise that sometimes with these cameras you can get a sort of dotted effect, but not angular, wide shapes like this.

Incidentally, just a couple of nights ago there was a helicopter in the same area for a good half an hour, as if looking for something over the sports grounds behind us.

Phone camera used Samsung S5 SM-G900F

The images:

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With gamma increased to improve clarity and highlighted - click to enlarge

Detail Blown up and Cropped

Detail of object in sky enlarged and cropped

Before this in 10/01/2016 I met up with fellow BEAMS investigator Joanne Mullins and we went to Blackheath Common to conduct some sky watching; saw lots of helicopters and a black one kept appearing which eventually hovered right over my car!!!

We did the usual mental telepathic contact to see if any craft would appear. We made a last stop at Oxleas Woods, a beautiful place, and as we were sitting there we saw what we thought at first was a balloon, but it seemed to be moving in a controlled manner. "Then, at around 4.15-4.30 we were both watching a beautiful sunset; I turned to scan the sky to the total opposite direction when immediately I saw a huge orange sun-like sphere float straight into a cloud mass, it was huge.

How come there are two suns in North and South? we thought. This was with my eyes, but unfortunately I had no camera to hand on that occasion."