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UK UFOs called Octopus, Jellyfish, Amoeba, Cocoon and Biological!by Steve Hammons
Posted: 12:33 January 19, 2009
Citizens in the UK and United States have reported similar large, glowing objects in the sky that have been described as looking like an "octopus," "jellyfish," "amoeba," "cocoon" and having "a biological shape."
The most recent case involves an investigation into damage to a wind turbine near Conisholme, England.
Around the time of the damage to the 213-foot-high wind turbine, a UFO was spotted that witnesses said had "tentacles of light," the Guardian newspaper reported.
Local resident John Harrison said he witnessed a "massive ball of light with tentacles going right down to the ground" above a nearby wind turbine farm on Jan. 4, 2009. "It was huge. With the tentacles it looked just like an octopus," he was quoted as saying by the UK newspaper The Sun.
This description is similar to that of a local law enforcement and public safety officer in the Stephenville, Texas, region who described a UFO he saw on police video in January 2008 as being like a "jellyfish."
A woman in central-eastern Ohio saw a large orange glowing thing in the sky near her home in the early morning hours of Nov. 2, 2008. She described it as looking like an "amoeba." It changed shape as it moved at a low altitude above the trees, she said.
In the early morning hours of Oct. 23, 2008, an Ohio truck driver with a background in military aviation reported seeing a glowing yellow and white object that "seemed like a biological shape" and "organic" above the tree line in eastern Ohio near the Ohio River. He also said it resembled a "cocoon."
Early this month, a UK resident in Wimbledon posted feedback on a local-version Web site of The Guardian newspaper for the Wandsworth and Putney region. The reader, identified as "jonobb" wrote that he saw "a large bright pink jelly-fish looking object surrounded by a pink haze."
The resident wrote the following: "Until this morning I was skeptical about UFO sightings. I looked out my flat window (in Wimbledon) this morning over towards Merton way and to my surprise notice a large bright pink jelly-fish looking object surrounded by a pink haze. It appeared to be hovering over or above the pylons in the distance."
His feedback post continued: "It hovered for about 5 minutes while I frantically searched for my camera still not quite understanding what it could possibly be? I finally found my camera and took a couple of photos; unfortunately it had moved further away and was a lot smaller than when I first noticed it. Within 15 seconds it shot from site. I'd love to post the picture but don't see an option here for attachments. Did anyone else in Wimbledon see it at approx. 0805hrs Thursday 9 January 2009? Any explanations?"
The accounts by the Texas peace officer, the Ohio woman and the Ohio truck driver were all reported by Emmy Award-winning TV producer, investigative reporter and author Linda Moulton Howe on her Web site Earthfiles.com. Photos from the truck driver of the glowing "cocoon" and a huge object above it are also posted on the site.
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