Low Flying Brightly Lit Craft-Foxholes, Bruern, Oxfordshire, UK-19 October 2019

Location Of Sighting :
Foxholes, Bruern, Oxfordshire, UK
Date Of Sighting :
19 OCT 2019
Time:
19:39
Witness Name:
Hol
Witness Statement
Upon exiting Foxholes woods to an adjoining meadow, walking towards the track back to the main road, I and one other person witnesses what we initially thought was a bright star. However, the light grew brighter and brighter, and seemed to be an aircraft, with a light on each “wing”, which seemed to bank towards us. It flew approx 100-200m above the ground, at a low speed. Didn’t show up on any flight radar, though that’s common for military craft. Clear, but quiet considering the altitude, sounds of jet engines (anyone in the area would be familiar at least with what a jet engine sounds like considering the proximity of bases like RAF Brize Norton and RAF Fairford withings a small number of miles). The aircraft had a seemingly triangular, but because of the dark conditions, hard to discern shape. Aside from the brilliantly and hard to look at front light, and the two wingtip lights, the back seemed to be adorned with a big array of lights, roughly 16 or so, of varying colour, but consistent slightly dim brightness. It travelled south east, a heading of roughly 165.

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