Strange or­ange lights in the sky

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - London Marathon -

EX­PERTS may dis­miss the sight­ings but in­ci­dents of strange lights in the night sky over Ash­ford con­tinue to be recorded. At least two read­ers have re­ported the lat­est un­ex­plained il­lu­mi­na­tions that ap­peared last Wed­nes­day evening. Michael Tem­ple was putting rub­bish in his bin at home in Bren­don Drive at 7.45pm when he spot­ted four or­ange lights in the sky above Wye. He said: “As I looked I re­alised there were many more – up to 15 or 16 – mov­ing in an arc to­wards Maid­stone, which af­ter a while faded away. “I phoned a neigh­bour and he also wit­nessed them. “They were ob­vi­ously not lights from air­craft as there were too many too close to­gether. Are we be­ing in­vaded? Per­haps some­body has an ex­pla­na­tion?” An­other fam­ily who live in Sweet Bay Cres­cent on God­in­ton Park, who de­clined to be named, also watched the strange phe­nom­e­non for two min­utes from their home. The cou­ple, with their chil­dren aged 10 and 12, viewed from a land­ing win­dow as the lights hov­ered in a tri­an­gu­lar Christ­mas tree­shaped for­ma­tion over the TA Bar­racks in Chart Road be­fore they slowly faded out. The wife said: “It was a very dark night and they were cer­tainly not air­craft as we could see some planes pass­ing over at the same time.”

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