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them lights over malling again

 
 
On 18 Oct 2008 at 11:18pm wanderer wrote:
my little one said he saw the lights again over malling ...but this time they were green ..... anyone else see it this time or does anyone know anything thanks
 
 
On 19 Oct 2008 at 9:11am wanderer wrote:
taken from sussex express
UFOs 'seemed to leave Earth'

Previous PreviousNext Next View GalleryPublished Date: 16 October 2008
UFOs were spotted in a clear night sky above an East Sussex Town.
Ben Coxe, 26, a postman, saw strange lights from the back garden of his girlfriend Fiona's parents' home in Harmers Hay Road, Hailsham.
Between eight and nine lights were seen rising up at the same point in the sky.
Mr Coxe said: 'I would say they were in the sky for five minutes and we started counting them.
'They faded as they went up.
'The lights seemed as high as an airplane.'
Mr Coxe said there was no noise. The lights seemed to be red in colour.
Mr Coxe added: 'It sounds funny but in extraterrestrial terms it seemed like they were leaving the Earth.
'It was very strange to see them go to the same point in the sky.
'It was a very clear sky and we could see the stars.
'I am a science fiction fan but I'm not a UFO hunter.'
 
 
On 19 Oct 2008 at 9:41am mrhappy wrote:
I had heard that the Lewes lights were chinese/thai lanterns let off from the golf course way.
 
 
On 22 Oct 2008 at 7:20pm Lee wrote:
Ive seen the lanterns here over Keere St this summer
THEY WOULNT BE GREEN THOUGH
this new sighting is very interesting


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