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UFO Sightings Over Westminster Abbey

28 April 2011 No Comment

The Royal Wedding is ready to be held. Heir to the throne of the British Empire, Prince William will be binding promise of a lifetime with his girlfriend, Kate Middleton. Amidst all the preparations are done, a unique event occurred. A tourist recorded UFO sightings over Westminster Abbey.

The 2.5 minutes video duration shows a white object in the sky near the Big Ben tower. Strange object was seen moving and changing shape. It has three sections, similar to starship USS Enterprise in Star Trek.

“Initially, we thought it was a parachute, but it is too high,” said the tourist, such as appeared in The Sun. “This thing is not deformed and remain there for 30 minutes. And then disappears.”

UFO sightings in William-Kate’s marriage are previously predicted by the former British military officer, George Filer, who also manages the National UFO Center.

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He said, are regular sightings extraterrestrial around key events, and likely they would watch William-Kate’s wedding. “Outer space creatures seem interested in anything that is considered important. They (UFO) seen recently in Libya and Japan near the scene of the tsunami,” said Filer, a Daily Mail publisher, March 30, 2011.

Added to him, the National UFO Center has tracked more than 1,000 claims of UFO sightings every month. Also get reports from a number of air force pilots, the British Royal Air Force (RAF) who reported UFO sightings over Britain canal a few weeks later.

But rather than enthusiastic, British UFO expert Nick Pope actually worried. “I think this should be investigated, it is feared this threat to the kingdom,” he said.

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