Spinning Ball Of Light- Lomond Hills Fishery Fife Scotland-October 2019

Location Of Sighting : Lomond Hills Fishery Fife Scotland
Date Of Sighting : October 2019
Time: Night (Various)
Witness Name: Alexander Wyness, Manager of Lomond Hills Fishery


Witness Statement: These sightings have been happening over the past few months.
I’ve always been interested in looking at the stars.
Over the past few months doing my poaching patrolling at the fishery myself and friends have noticed strange activities in the sky I work night shifts so Im awake all through the night.

At first I thought it was a large drone with bright lights.
But after loads of  observations on the light source.
And the amount of time it was in the sky I realised that no drone could stay up in the sky the whole night.
From a glance just looking up it just looks like a star but a more orange flame colour.

This light actually followed my and my friend a few miles up to another part of my fishery.
Then turned away when close.
This was before I started filming it and taking pics and before I knew it wasn’t a drone

A few nights after that I was in my office on site at my work place the fishery.
I looked out the window and noticed the bright light.
I thought at that time it was someone flying a larger drone.

My plan was to shoot at it with a sling shot.
To damage the blades.
When I opened the door of my caravan and looked up I soon realised this was no drone and a sling shot wouldn’t do nothing.
This things was longer than my 34 ft caravan
Myself and my friend just looked up at it like what the hell is that.
The bright light went off and it was 40 ft about the caravan. Flew towards us them sharply turned another direction.
At first when I opened the door it was a fighter jet but the thing is no sound came from this thing.
The only light that came from it was a blue neon light.

After that night I was on the look out to gather facts and gather evidence.

I called police the next day they just looked as if I was nuts.
They put the report down as a drone I already told them it wasn’t.
And they told me it might be the army training in the area.

On the 19th and 18th I started taking more pics and vids  and noticed the light close up looks like a spinning ball but with loads of bright different colours.
In my videos if you pause the vids on and off you’ll see pics like faces.
I just don’t understand it all its so strange. And can’t get my head round it all.
This is why I’m asking this site for advice and help

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  1. No idea about what was above your caravan, but that in the video is sirius – https://www.universetoday.com/110605/sirius-ufo-trickster-extraordinaire/

  2. Don’t be put off by the mention of Sirius, I have checked on historical claimed UFO’s in you area ( just type in: UFO’s in Kirkcaldy yourself) Seems Sirius has quite history up there doesn’t it? Obviously to visit a caravan, with a experienced naturist observer such as you, also validates something more especially, if you work nights, you’d be pretty alert to whats normally seen ?

    I have checked out with some people in the know, that Sirius has not moved from its position for a number of millions of years, so that rules that one out. I, and others researching over 40 years find there does seem a correspondence to people having regular habits, routes and timings of daily life and sightings, seems someone likes routines ?

    So when the “they people” have exhausted theories of Marsh Gas, Weather balloons, Lightening miles away etc, they may eventually have to resort to claiming eyesight failures and mention Specsavers ( Oh, thats already been done)

  3. Simon, the simple fact is that the object in the video is certainly Sirius. There are many, many other examples of it in videos, use Google, and you too can see them. Quite what the observer saw that came low over his caravan was something else, but that – in the video – is without question, no matter how you try and wriggle out of it.

    I wouldn’t want the observer to be ‘put off’ by the mention of Sirius; more helpfully, he can now eliminate one of the most-often mistaken for a UFO objects in the night sky from his observations, and delve more into what came to visit his caravan, which clearly wasn’t a star many light years away.

    As for “with a experienced naturist observer such as you” – experienced observers are not always right. There’s a very famous incident in which a highly trained RAF observer reported a very strange UFO, one he later concluded was actually a helicopter. RAF Cosford, again, Google is your friend.

    The UFO subject is one that divides opinion; in my many, many years of reading watching and observing, I’ve always found it best to point out when someone reports something that is unidentified to them, but is not to me. That way, we can look for the more interesting sightings. Note: someone else has filmed exactly the same thing, in a very similar area to this sighting – see above. I’ve linked to the explanation of why Sirius looks like this. it’s interesting stuff. You might want to read it if you’re interested in UFOs.

  4. Simon, what makes you think Alexander was`nt wearing any clothes? This clip is very much like Kay`s above, and very much like some of my sightings of orbs which are there one minute, gone the next, so ruling out planets.

  5. “there one minute, gone the next, so ruling out planets” – but it wasn’t, was it? It was there – in the same place – for a long time. And it appears, in that same place, night after night. I’ll bet you anything that if either of those who posted these videos checked it with a mobile phone star map, it would correspond with Sirius. Then, we can all carry on looking for the more unusual sightings, having eliminated one that is famous for being misidentified as a UFO! Here’s a few quotes from other sources :”The brightest star Sirius, often seen twinkling wildly on unsteady nights…”; “….other descriptions such as “flashing coloured lights” or “it appeared to be rotating” which is how bright stars appear when they are twinkling, notably Sirius on a cold, frosty night…”;”…the star Sirius, which is known for its luminescence and vivid coloring…” – are you getting the idea? At this time of year especially, Sirius looks very odd indeed, especially when you zoom in with a camera not designed for photographing things light years away.

  6. Simon wrote -“I, and others researching over 40 years find there does seem a correspondence to people having regular habits, routes and timings of daily life…”

    Great point! Have you worked out why? Others have! It’s very simple: someone who carries out a regular routine – at work, or just personally – will become very familiar with what is around them. Take the gentleman who posted the original videos and sighting; he has a routine – we assume – keeping an eye on the fishery, looking for poachers. He probably follows a set route when he goes for a walk around. So, he will notice anything untoward. Hence, he noticed the strange colourful light in the sky (note, he says – “From a glance just looking up it just looks like a star but a more orange flame colour…) and becomes interested in it, and films it with a smartphone. The stuff about it following him, and hovering over the caravan, any seasoned investigator would immediately say was not this, as this is a star. So what was it? We’ll never know if we keep looking at Sirius!

    While we’re on the point about people with routines being susceptible to sightings, apply that situation to rendlesham, and think about it.

  7. Hi Steve T. I’m surprised you’re still spending time trying to clarify what people see in the sky. I gave that up five or six years ago, not long after I left the (now sadly deleted) UFO-OVNI forum. It’s a thankless task, because nobody wants to hear that what they saw might have a simple, rational, explanation.

    It’s Sirius, without a shadow of a doubt, and it could easily be confirmed by checking for the Orion constellation nearby.

    The scintillation of the light is well known and documented, and the apparent ‘ball’ shape is just Sirius seen wildly out of focus. At one point the camera/phone manages to latch on to it and focus on it, which briefly shows it for what it really is, a distant point of light, in other words a star.

    The changing colours confirm it’s Sirius.

    Rather than arguing about what it is or is not, anyone truly interested in finding out the truth only has to look up information on Sirius for themselves, but I doubt if anyone will do that. Most people ‘know’ what they saw, and don’t want to find out anything that might contradict what they ‘know’.

    That’s why I gave up on UFOs. I’m only here now because I was sorting through some very ancient emails, and found a reference to this site…

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