Appearance / Description of Object(s)
Three lights, bigger than those u can see on a plane. didnt seem circular, as the light was hard to tell. Seemed to get bigger and smaller, like they were diving down and rising back up.
Size of Object(s)
When you see planes in the sky and you see their wings, looked bigger than they do ...much bigger
Description of Area / Surroundings
It was in a small park, theres not much around to cause any reflections off, just a few trees and a children climbing frame.....the only other things around it are, farms, an old WW2 bunker, and the local hospital, which is about 2000 yards down the road.
Full Description & Details
It was in the local park near my house. I always walk my German Shepards later on in the night, as i like to let them of the lead to run around.
Well i wasnt really paying attention to the sky , i sometimes sit on the bench while having a cigarette and i enjoy gazing at the stars. Well at this particualr time, i was throwing the ball to my two dogs, and as i said i wasnt looking at the sky.
It wasnt untill i sat down on the bench and looked up that i saw them.
They were 3 lights, In a sort of irregualr trianlge formation, not big but bigger than you see on an aeroplane in the sky.
At first i thought thats what it was, and i looked back down, but something inside told me to keep watching it. I watched it for about another 10 seconds, then i saw the lights move seperatley. I thought it was my eyes playing tricks, as the movement was slight, but then they moved again and this time away from each other.
One of the lights seemed to be moving the most, moving away from the other two, then moving rapidly back towards them.....this was repeated a few times...
Then the other two started moving more, as i said the movement looked slight, but it could clearly be seen..
By this time i became very unnerved, and i could have sworn one of my dogs looked up and barked , but that was probably my imagination. So i started walking back towards my house, which is only about a 2 minute walk....
I kept on looking up as i was walking, and i came to the point, where i was directly beneath them. There was no sound, no blinking of the lights, so i knew that it definatley wasnt Jets of any kind. By this time the lights seemed to be moving in unison again, this time in a different pattern to before.
By the time i had gotten to my back door, they were just visible going over the mountain, and by the time i had called my wife, they had gone.
Noone believes me about it, my wife just laughed and asked if i had put anything stronger in my cigarettes, and i became annoyed that she wouldnt believe me.
I do know what i saw that day, im usually a logical man, and i always think things through before coming to a conclusion, but this i cannot find any logical thing to explain it.
A few people have said it might have been a weather balloon, but not over swansea, its rare to see ONE every few years, let alone 3 all at once. Other people told me it could have been pilots in training, but there would have been sound, and the way these were moving didnt seem like a jet, it was more fluid movement, quick turns, erratic movement....not the chunky movement of a jet.
Can sighting be explained as any conventional man-made or natural object?
I am a Qualified electrician, working for a company making, all electrical appliances.
Views on UFOs, before and after sighting
Im a logical man, and i believe that there is life on other planets, it seems scientifically impossible that there would be on ours, and not on another (what the universe being infinate), but i always discarded ufo stories as people trying to grab hold of a bit of fame. I always thought if there was intelligent life out there, the last thing they would want to do is visit a species, who are technologically inferior, and that suck their planet dry of natural resources...to other species' we must seems like parasites.
Reported Sighting? Yes
Reported To: wife, friends, and a friend of mine who teaches physics at the local college
Name: John Walters
Your Location: Swansea/Wales