UFOs visit Caister again

IT seems Caister could have become a popular holiday destination for tourists from out of space, as well as visitors on earth, as another strange ball of light has been spotted in the sky over the village.

IT seems Caister could have become a popular holiday destination for tourists from out of space, as well as visitors on earth, as another strange ball of light has been spotted in the sky over the village.

Noel Galer, chair of Hemsby Allotments Association, was visiting Caister High School for a concert evening on Saturday when he noticed what looked like a bright star out at sea as he stood in the school's grounds.

But he said the “star” was brighter than normal and moving quickly towards the shore, changing colour as it approached to red and yellow. The UFO was making no noise during its 8.30pm visit.

“There was no noise. It was just a light that drifted off towards Yarmouth. It did not seem to follow intelligent controls, but went to the south before going upwards,” he said.


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Last week Caister resident Emma McGlave spotted five UFOs silently following each other over Caister.

Have you seen any UFOs in the Yarmouth area? If so, phone Mercury reporter Dominic Bareham on 01493 847956 or e-mail with pictures to dominic.bareham2@archant.co.uk.

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