Sunday, January 11, 2009

UFO Destroys Wind Turbine Lincolnshire UK

A wind turbine in England has been destroyed, and one of it’s 65 foot long blades is missing in a strange case locals are blaming on UFO’s.

Locals started reporting strange “flashing orangey-yellow spheres over Lincolnshire” the evening before the mystery destruction. Then at 4am, locals heard a “massive bang” and reported lights in the vicinity of the noise. By dawn, what you see in the above picture was what remained, and the missing blade on the wind turbine was no where to be found.

Just for good measure, some locals claim the UFO’s had arms like an Octopus!

According to one media rag, local authorities can’t explain what occurred with the wind turbine. Health and safety officials said even the strongest gale could not have caused the damage and are calling it a “unique incident.” The wind farm company Ecotricity said “We don’t know what caused the problem. We are investigating.”

One witness, Dorothy Williams, reported seeing an object skimming above the road she was driving on. Whatever it was headed off in the direction of the windmills. Hours later around 4AM her husband was awoken by an almight bang.

It is reported that another witness has pictures of the explosion resulting from the collision. We await their release!

UFO researchers are naturally “very excited” with the incident. Notably the reports of UFO’s in the area came in before the wind turbine was destroyed. Records show there were no aircraft in the area at the time of the initial UFO reports, or at the time of the incident.

Note from Bruce: Although the initial reports of the UFO reported to the SUN newspaper sound rather like yet more Chinese Lanterns, clearly a small paper fire balloon did not cause the damage to this turbine. The mystery is afoot!

BBC News Report UFO Claim Over Wind Farm Damage

Note 2 from Bruce: The MOD has onces again wheeled out this tired line

The Ministry of Defence said it was not looking into the incident.

A spokesman said: "The MoD examines reports solely to establish whether UK airspace may have been compromised by hostile or unauthorised military activity.

"Unless there's evidence of a potential threat, there's no attempt to identify the nature of each sighting reported."

It is rare that I find myself in agreement with the right wing propaganda paper 'The Sun'. Yet I do agree with their statement on this that the MOD position is no longer tenable. In the last year UFO have almost detroyed two police helicopters and flown low over a UK military base. Now they have seemingly destroyed equipment that supplies important energy concerns. It is time the MOD got up off their ass and actually did something! [not just in secret either]

Was this a UFO?

Perhaps not. But I am interested in knowing what caused it anyway.

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