August 25, 2016:
Oddly-Shaped UFO "As Big As A Car" - Videoed Over Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK
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"Chris Henry has written books on the subject but says he has never seen anything like the object before.
A dad-of-four is searching for an explanation after he spotted a strange, unidentified flying object from his kitchen window.
Initial witness' view of UFO (click to enlarge)
Chris Henry, who lives on Mayfield Avenue in Macclesfield, was
waiting for a friend to pick him up on Thursday (August 25) around 7pm
when a ‘jet black right-angled object appeared’ in the sky.
Curious he filmed the object, but couldn’t find an explanation for it when he played the film back later that evening.
He said: “I just thought: ‘What is that?’ It was like an egg-timer shape. I filmed it from my doorstep but it was only when I got back home and zoomed in on the video that I saw how bizarre it was.”
Chris, 27, who has written books on UFOs and says he has watched hundreds of UFO videos, said it was unlike anything he has seen before. And when he went onto the website of The Norfolk UFO Network he found it did not fall into any of the site’s categories.
"For it to be that visible from the doorstep I reckon it could be something as big as a car."
"I wish I'd filmed it for longer but I didn't realise how significant it was until I watched it back later.
"I was just waiting for my mate to come and pick me up and I spotted it while I was stood at the door.
"My mate pulled up in his car after about 20 seconds so I just wrapped up recording and didn't think that much more of it really."
He said: “I posted the video on Facebook and people said it could be a drone or hot air balloon but it was too high up - it was the height planes fly at, and it was miserable weather too. It looked nothing like a drone either as drones have wings and propellers. No-one’s been able to put forward any sensible suggestion as to what it was.”
[BEAMS - This doesn't compare to any "drone" that we know of - it looks more like a flying anvil.]
Sources: Macclesfield Express and The Star