UFO and ‘children-like’ figures seen close to Stansted Airport

PUBLISHED: 14:55 05 July 2010 | UPDATED: 14:55 05 July 2010

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A FORMER police officer saw a UFO and then three ‘children-like’ figures disappear from a field close to the flight path for Stansted Airport.

Whilst driving from Hertford to Puckeridge last July the ex-cop, who only identified himself as ‘Nick R’, saw the mystery figures and an orange globe.

In a tantalising account of the events on a UFO-watcher website last week he wrote: “I saw whilst driving along the A10 going home one evening after work a light which was not the moon, orange and oval in shape. I drove into my parking space in Puckeridge and went into my flat. Faffed about for about 10 minutes then went outside for a cigarette.

“I saw something which I have never told anyone about. My flat was in Cambridge Court in Puckeridge backed on to fields. I saw in the twilight what I thought were kids messing about. No, as the light faded around 9.30pm the orange globe appeared in the sky. I was at this time watching something on TV, then went outside for a fag again.”

It was then that chillingly he raised the prospect of seeing alien beings that he initially thought were “children”, in the field.

He added: “I know that area is a flight path from Stansted, but that was strange.

“The children disappeared all of a sudden. I lived there for one-and-a-half years, and never experienced anything like that.”

HAVE you had a UFO or unexplained experience? Get in touch – e-mail editor@dunmow-broadcast.co.uk

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