Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Breaking UFO News:
Local Woman Takes Pictures of UFO Over Sydney, Australia

Fiona Hartigan Photographs UFO Over Sidney, Australia
UFO buzzes Sydney - and here's the proof

By The Daily Telegraph

"IT EMERGED from a blazing light in the clouds, descending on a busy street before zipping off silently into the sunset."
Fiona Hartigan     Just what - or who - propelled the strange flying disc across Sydney's skyline may never be known.

But while the close encounter was over in seconds, it was enough to convince mother-of-two Fiona Hartigan that she'd just seen a UFO.

And she has the photos to prove it.

Ms Hartigan yesterday said she had just got out of her car on Sunday evening to snap a few sunset photos when the amazing events began.

"As I was about to take the picture this black object appeared and then it started to move," she said.

"It started off about 800m away but it came closer - to about 400m - and then two other little round things appeared from this bright orange light above.

"There was no noise. It was calm and peaceful but it was very weird."

Ms Hartigan said the main UFO then shot off above Governor Macquarie Drive at Chipping Norton, with the smaller UFOs zipping away in the opposite direction.

"I don't know how to explain it - I'm still totally bewildered," she said.

To the sceptic, Ms Hartigan's photo might show a speck of dust on the lens or something small floating in the air close to the camera.

But close encounters like Ms Hartigan's came as no surprise to UFO Research NSW spokesman Doug Moffett: "It could be some electrical anomaly that no one has ever seen, it could be an extra-terrestrial craft, it could be something else.

"There does appear to be a blur around the image, which could just be the way it's shaped, or - and this is pure speculation - it could be due to its propulsion system.

"Whatever the case, it's an opportunity to learn something new."

Mr Moffett said there were between 1000 and 1500 UFO sightings in Australia every year, "but that is just the tip of the iceberg".

"Why would anyone make these stories up? They are setting themselves up for ridicule," he said.


  1. This a GREAT! Just to look at the photo and then to the women's face; I feel a certainty about her sighting AND the photograph. After all; as it was related above: Why would anyone, especially a mother of two, want to lie and set themselves up for, "ridicule?" It takes a brave person to come forward with a sighting/photograph in these days of computers an digital cameras, which the debunkers are so quick to claim as a possible cause, disregarding the eyewitness reporting from an honest person with nothing to gain. Of course it is great that she had her camera out to snap the picture, and I don't think it is a 'speck of dirt' on her camera lens. Dirt specs usually do not show up that large and at an obvious angle, but take the photograph out and just consider the woman's report. Why would someone lie about something so other-worldly as a huge craft like that defying gravity followed by the other smaller objects? I suppose you could say that I put too much credence in my fellow humankind, and yet, I have to: this world is already besieged with too much evil. I must trust in mankind if I am to survive. What do you think?

  2. SYDNEY not SIDNEY!!!!!


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