UFO sightings across North East Wales
Created by eveningleader on 06/10/2008
Last updated: 11/03/10 at 21:48
Tags: UFO UFOs Wales
STRANGE lights have once again been spotted in the night sky above Wrexham - this time over a nursing home.
The most recent photograph was taken by Janet White at about 7.15pm on Friday, outside Emerald House, a nursing home on Chester Road, Wrexham.
The sighting will no doubt fuel further speculation north east Wales is one of the UK's leading UFO hotspots.
TWO couples from Deeside were left amazed after they spotted an unidentified object in the sky on Boxing Day.
Kelly Dawson had stepped outside her home on Boxing Day with friend Leanne Newby when they spotted a "flaming orange ball" hurtling towards them in the sky.
REPORTS of strange sightings in the skies above North Wales have continued to flood in to the Evening Leader after a Saltney woman claimed to have seen 'six UFOS'.
Margaret Cushing from Saltney said she saw six balls of light move across the sky and called for more witness to the event to come forward.
A number of UFOs have now been spotted in Mynydd Isa, Hope, Penyffordd, and Holywell and have been captured on camera.
The latest sighting was made by Ray McGowan and his wife Avril, who saw strange lights from their bedroom window in Holywell.
A woman who claims she saw 'six UFOs' in Flintshire has called for more witnesses of the event to come forward.
Margaret Cushing contacted the Evening Leader on Sunday (November 23) saying: "Last night I was walking down Boundary Lane, Saltney, at 6.45pm, when six balls of light moved across the sky.
"They took three to four minutes to pass, there was no noise, they were very low - definitely not aircraft or helicopters."
A UFO sighting has been reported to the Evening Leader in the village of Bagillt.
Following a series of UFO sightings across North East Wales, the village of Bagillt, in Flintshire, was this time the scene of unexplained occurrences.
A Bagillt resident told the Evening Leader that they saw a strange object "hanging in the sky" between 11pm and 1am on Thursday.
THEY may have been dismissed by UFO sceptics as nothing more than Chinese lanterns, but reports from readers in Wrexham of strange objects in the night sky continue to pour in to the Evening Leader.
Reader Maxine Owen spotted the now infamous three triangular lights as she picked up her daughter from her mother's house on Crosnewydd Road at the Coedpoeth to Wrexham junction on Sunday evening.
Flint's town mayor is seeking witnesses after spotting a mysterious 'pipe-like' object in the sky.
A town mayor's sighting of a mysterious object in the sky has prompted other Flintshire residents to speak out about their own strange experiences.
Flint mayor Terry Renshaw claims he spotted a strange 'pipe-like' object travelling silently in the sky above his home, at about 1.30pm on Saturday, September 27.
Reports of UFOs over North East Wales have flooded in to the Evening Leader after the newspaper published footage of slow moving lights, arranged in a triangular formation, over Rhos, near Wrexham.
One woman from the Wrexham area even reported the UFO she saw affected her TV reception.
A FARMER from Flintshire thinks he may have solved Wrexham's UFO mystery after three 'hot-air balloons' landed in his grounds.
A 14-year-old schoolboy is amongst a number of Wrexham residents who claim to have seen strange lights and even a 'flying saucer' over North Wales during the past few days.
Strange, dazzling lights flying slowly through the night sky have been reported near Wrexham, North Wales sparking a UFO scare.
One reader from the Wrexham area managed to film her sighting on a digital camera.