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VIDEO: Reports of UFO sightings after strange photo at Fullabrook

By NDJSophie  |  Posted: November 28, 2013

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PEOPLE across North Devon have got in touch with the Journal to say they have spotted strange objects in the skies over the last week.

On Saturday, we published this strange photo captured by Journal photographer Rob Tibbles.

At the time, we contacted Chivenor’s 22 Squadron search and rescue crew who said they had not had any reported UFO sightings in the area on Saturday, but said they were on a training exercise in the morning so it may have been them.

Since posting the photo, many people have been in touch to say they have also spotted some strange things in North Devon's skies.

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Matt Naughton got in touch with the Journal and said: “Driving to Torrington on Thursday night I saw strange bright lights in the sky and the car had flashes of blue in it. Very creepy!”

Erica Whiteley also got in touch to say her husband had spotted something above Fullabrook. She said: “He spotted a strange bright object in the sky on Friday evening at about 5pm.

“Looking from Swimbridge across to Barnstaple in the direction of the wind turbines.

“He said it was unusually bright and of similar shape to that in your picture and he was joking around saying he had seen a UFO.

“When I saw your photo, I couldn’t believe it, I thought he was just over exaggerating.”

Jacqueline Leighton Boyce, from Dulverton, also got in touch to say she was astounded to see the Journal's story on Saturday.

She said: "I too saw a strange very large bright thing in the sky on Saturday November 23 about dusk time."

Jacqueline filmed the light, and her friend then slowed the video down to track the movement of the light.

Did you see this unidentified flying object? If so, email details to sophie@northdevonjournal.co.uk.

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