Friday, June 26, 2009

Weird Shaped UFO Sighted Over Liverpool!

UFO OverThe Anglican Cathedral Liverpool
Reader Submitted Report

     Dear Sir,

My name is Xxxxx Xxxx. I am 46 years of age and I spotted something today that shook me very much.

Relaxing in St James Cemetery today, 23rd of April 2009, I was reading the local paper. Suddenly something caught my eye and I looked up to suddenly see, this thing. I could not even begin to describe what it looked like. It was not disc-shaped, but sort of reminded me of some sort of weird-shaped starfish. It was completely black, and moved very very slowly in the sky.

It was low and big and the hairs on the back of my neck stood up. One other thing was that as I was viewing this thing, there where no sounds of birds at all. It moved across the sky by flipping over on itself, like a coin would move when tossed in the air. At first I thought it was some sort of giant seagul, as there where gulls in the sky at the time.

But looking at this, it was something completely and utterly strange. I tried to get a picture of it, as I had my camera at the time, but could not get a focus no matter how hard I tried. I watched it move toward the Anglcan Cathedral, Liverpool, and then it headed toward the city centre and the Tower Resteraunt

I haven't a clue as to what this thing was. It was frightening to say the least. I was alone in the cemetery so could not point this object out to anybody else. I mentioned this object to my wife, and she told me that this thing had been spotted by other people in Liverpool too during the past days.. It was gliding over and above the River Mersey


  1. I'm actually from Liverpool, and the cemetery concerned, (i.e., Saint James'), is actually part of the grounds of the Cathedral itself, i.e. immediately below the Cathedral itself, at the bottom of a fairly deep quarry from which sandstone's been mined for building purposes for hundreds of years, (some of which was actually used to construct the Cathedral itself).

    Taking a shot of the Cathedral from the cemetery grounds, therefore, 'd normally tend to produce vertically soaring images not unakin to those achieved by trying to shoot a tall tree from a position quite close to its roots.

    This image, though, SEEMS to've been shot from outside the grounds, from a hill, (much of Liverpool, like Rome, 's built on hills), a fair distance from the Cathedral, and almost certainly not from within the grounds as the image's source claims.

    Also, the UFO's indistinctness suggests - to me, at least - it was actually a small object either quite close to, or actually on the lense itself, (if not actually photoshopped in afterwards).

  2. Good Day Borky!

    The image in question is of my making and is for "illustrative purposes only." (As noted on the image)

    I created it in haste based on the "description from the witness."



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