Location: West Kirby, Wirral, England
Date: April 1993 Time: 1545
Mr. G had been metal detecting on the beach and was on the promenade leaning on the railings looking southwest across the Dee Estuary towards Flintshire in North Wales. It was a clear day when he spotted an object moving between fluffy clouds and heading westwards towards Point of Ayr. It had an elongated shape but was neither an obvious aircraft nor a helicopter and moved too fast for an airship. Suddenly whilst over the estuary, the object changed direction and plunged at a 40 degree angle into the sea. It fell into the water but left no trail of smoke. Mr. G was at first convinced that he had seen a plane go down, but there were no such reports in the media, and now he is baffled by what he did witness.
Source: Northern UFO News1 Type: H?
Reference for the above text is: Albert Rosales’s CD: Humanoid Reports of 1991.
Retrieved from Albert Rosales’s disc June 23, 2012.
UFOCAT PRN – NONE
Europe – United Kingdom, Wirral. Body of water (sea) is Liverpool Bay.
West Kirby Latitude 53-22-00 N, Longitude 003-09-00 W (D-M-S) [populated place]
River Dee Latitude 53-21-00 N, Longitude 003-11-00 W [stream]
Flintshire Latitude 53-15-00 N, Longitude 003-10-00 W [first-order administrative division]
Point of Ayr Latitude 53-21-00 N, Longitude 003-19-00 W [point]
Note 1: Northern UFO News was a British publication concerned with UFOs and related topics, such as crop circles, edited by Jenny Randles. From 1974 to 2002, Northern UFO News provided a unique journal of record chronicling reported UFO activity occurring within northern Britain.
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