Justified & Ancient
- Jan 9, 2012
Yes, all too aware of this one. I first caught this story when they posted on YouTube and then a put up a few web pages outlining their experience. It was interesting but rather quickly explained over at Metabunk:If you want a Welsh UAP incident that rivals Roswell in the 21st century, try the Pentyrch incident.
I should point out that this entire incident was nothing more than a routine military exercise, using different coloured lights for the convenience of the participants. An exercise that involved hundreds of regular Army personnel, several helicopters and planes, but no aliens whatsoever. Yet it continues to be celebrated by a small group of enthusiasts as a CEIII event.
However, Caz has ignored these findings and doubled-down on her belief that the 'nasty' RAF shot down one if the friendly, 'cute' green UFOs, boo hoo... The whole thing has now been monetised via her book (which is still £15 to buy despite some decidedly mixed reviews) and promoted through podcast appearances.
The 2010 Phear Park, Exmouth case seems to be the most recent CE3 I am aware of, its not a bad one as the witness seems sound:
"During the night of the 12th of February, 2010, lifelong paranormal skeptic Roy Shaw was walking his dog in Devon, England. Wandering through the quiet streets of his neighborhood, he began to approach his local Lawn Bowling club, when he was startled by an odd object hovering high up in the sky. Hazy and distant at first, it began to descend slowly and move nearer in his direction. Circular in shape, it suspended itself above the bowling club and Shaw entered the grounds to get a better look at the object. He watched in amazement as it zigzagged around, before landing on the far side of the green."
http://www.beamsinvestigations.org/The Phear Park Bowling Green Apparition, Exmouth, Devon, 2010.htm
However as the object displayed flashing blue and red lights it has been suggested that he mistook police and/or emergency vehicles in the dark, but this has not been proven definitively.