Conisholme (Lincolnshire) - Area around wind farm
After a wind turbine was found damaged (one blade bent, another laying on the ground), several theories emerged to explain why the incident had happened. County councillor Robert Palmer reported seeing a round white light which hovered near the area, while the media reported that John Harrison had seen a massive ball of light with something akin to tentacles reaching for the ground. While the 'ufo hit our turbine' stories were popular with the media, there is a high chance that the blade just fell off, hitting the second blade as it fell…
Corton beach, Suffolk
Corton (Suffolk) - Beach
29 March 1890
In what could be an early UFO sighting, a man walking along the beach watched a localised 'fog bank' sitting on the sand, with a huge flagpole sticking out. After ten minutes, the object rose and faded from view.
Coventry (West Midlands) - Wyken Croft
While staying with relatives, a witness watched a saucer shaped object with blue lights. The saucer was bright metal, and the object hovered for a while before moving off at high speed. The witness ran downstairs to tell someone but was so shocked that they were unable to speak and soon realised that even although the sighting only appeared to last a few minutes, three hours had gone by.
Crosshouse (Ayrshire) - Sky above the village
A mother thought her daughter had been attacked after hearing her screaming along the road. As she ran inside, the mother received a call from the mother of her daughter's friend who said that they had seen a flying saucer with coloured lights around it. The mother ran outside and spotted the object in the sky.
Croydon (Surrey) - Purley Way
A witness walking to the nearby college suddenly realised there was no traffic on the roads. Something made him look up only to see a large a fifty pence (heptagon) shaped craft hovering silently in the sky. It had a red underbelly, bright silver sides and moved from left to right. The witness looked down briefly, during which time the craft started to move away at incredible speed. The witness chased it across the road (traffic had appeared again) but it had disappeared. The witness later found out that he had lost an hour of time.
Didsbury (Lancashire) - Sky looking north
04 May 2008, 23:10h
Four orange balls of light were spotted silently floating in the sky, forming a pyramid. They remained for quite some time.
Docking (Norfolk) - Outskirts of the village
1969, around midnight
Driving home from his shop, as Robin Peck approached the village his van's engine cut out. He climbed out of the vehicle and as he lifted the car's bonnet, Robin realised that this hair was standing up. It was then Robin realised that a glowing, saucer shaped object was hovering around ninety metres away. After a short while, the object darted away, and the van started working again.
E17 (Greater London) - Skies over Walthamstow
18 October 1996
Two children reported seeing a large orange triangular shaped object above them, making a funny noise.
East Dean (Sussex) - Skies above
01 February 2008
A silver cigar shaped aircraft was spotted flying high over East Dean. It left no vapour trail and moved steadily before darting off at an incredible speed.
Eyke (Suffolk) - Skies over Eyke
Just down the road from the famous Bentwaters UFO incident, several villagers have reported other strange craft in the skies above the area.
Off the coast of Felixstowe
Felixstowe (Suffolk) - Off Coast
A group of eight people watched a perfectly round, dark object silently traverse the sky. No lights were visible from the object. A strange fiery UFO has also been spotted off the coast, though the date of this sighting is unknown.
The sky northwards of Old Felixstowe
Felixstowe (Suffolk) - Skies northwards at Old Felixstowe
01 July 2006
On a very hot summer evening two orange orbs were seen falling from the sky. Moving extremely fast, they appeared to chase each other. The objects were watched for around ten seconds before dropping and disappearing behind the horizon.
Filey (Yorkshire) - Skies over town
Filey was named as UFO hotspot of the year, after local UFO groups received 48 reports of unidentified flying objects over a twelve month period.
Gilling West (Yorkshire) - Area around Crabtree Farm
02 August 2007, 01:00h
During an overnight camping and fishing trip, Philip Cotton and Jean Clark watched a rotating orange and blue object that made a sound like a washing machine. They retreated to their car because the noise grew too loud, but reported the light was 'friendly' and they did not feel afraid of it.
Glasgow (Lanarkshire) - London Road, Carm
Circa 1979, 16:40h
An apprentice joiner spotted three bright orange globe-shaped lights in the sky while walking from work. He rushed home and told his parents, who laughed at his tale until a local radio broadcast mentioned several people had reported orange lights over the city.
Glasgow (Lanarkshire) - Skies above the East End
2 January 2011
One witness reported seeing a bright orange light moving slowly below the cloud line. The witness then heard a massive roar, like fighter planes, heading towards the light. The light shot upwards and disappeared into clouds.
An old postcard showing Glasgow
Glasgow (Lanarkshire) - Skies above town
There are reports of two fireballs seen over the town during this month; one flew over the town while the second exploded, showering the area in sparks and hail stones.
Glendale, Isle of Skye (Highland) - Exact location not known
Winter mid 1990s
Three men watched a bright glowing ball, between four to five feet in diameter pass a few feet over a house and descend into a field where it disappeared in a small flash of light. The following day they went to check where the ball had vanished but found nothing. One witness said the ball had a white centre but glowed different colours at the edges.
Glendale, Isle of Skye (Highland) - Skies in the area
31 December 1998
Two men walking dogs along the shore at dusk spotted a bright star-like light at high altitude. One witness said that he would have passed it off as a military jet, but it made an instant 140 degree turn before disappearing into clouds.
Glossop (Derbyshire) - Road between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith
Teacher Michael Valance encountered a flying box hovering over the moors. He reported the UFO as glowing and having four bright windows. The craft vanished after several minutes.
Gorleston (Norfolk) - Skies over Brasenose Avenue area
24 August 2007
Several people spotted a strange wheelie bin-shaped object flying silently across the sky, fire seemingly coming from the bottom of the craft. One man photographed the object, and although the images were reasonably clear, the object remained unidentifiable until it was reported in the local press the 'craft' was a home-made hot air balloon.
Grantham (Lincolnshire) - Skies over the area
A family driving home spotted a huge object in the sky, so large that it appeared to blot out the sky as it moved slowly across. When the family arrived home, one phoned the local radio station to report it and was told 'many' others had also reported it, and that the RAF had told the station that it was a crashing Russian spy satellite.
Great Ryburgh (Norfolk) - Skies in the area
At least three witnesses observed a very large circle of flashing lights for ten minutes as it crossed the sky. The lights moved both clockwise and anticlockwise, while another set pulsated.
An old postcard of Greenock in Scotland
Greenock (Inverclyde) - Skies over area
01 May 2008
This witness spotted a solid green glowing ufo with an orange trail as it crossed the sky heading east. The object generated no sound.
Grimsby (Lincolnshire) - Tetney Lock
This female abductee reported watching a male human vivisected while she was on board the alien craft. Later the same day, several witnesses reported lights and strange shapes in the sky.