Green flying saucer ‘like the sweets’ spotted by stunned UFO sceptic in Liverpool

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A shocked Liverpool man says he was a UFO sceptic until he saw a “green saucer” in the skies above Merseyside – and was able to capture it on camera.

The unexplained aerial phenomenon was spotted at around 2:45am on August 7.

The witness, who has asked to remain anonymous, was at a friend’s house when both of them spotted the unidentified flying object.

It was a classic saucer-shaped object “like the sweets,” he says and the two witnesses – who managed to grab one quick photo of the eerie apparition before it flew off – say they have ruled out optical illusions such as a reflection of the TV or computer in the glass of the window.

The witness said he didn’t believe in Flying Saucers until he saw one

The stunned Scouser told the Liverpool Echo : “Me and my friend were at her house in Prescot when we heard a loud noise outside, like an aeroplane, so we went to look out of the window and we saw the saucer.

“It was green and it looked just like a flying saucer, like the sweets.

“It was only there for a few seconds and then it flew up into the clouds and went in the South East direction, towards Huyton and Halewood.”

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He continued: “I’ve never seen anything like this before, I’ve seen things in the sky before and thought [they] might be a UFO, but then realised it was just a helicopter or something.

“But this was shaped like a UFO, it was green and it was loud, I don’t know what else it could be.”

Liverpool has had more than its fair share of unidentified flying object sightings.

A “large fleet” of unexplained lights in the sky was spotted by multiple witnesses in 2008 and in 2015 a Ryanair flight from Dublin to Liverpool was forced to abort its landing when an unexplained object, possibly a drone, was spotted by airport ground staff.

On that occasion, airport spokesman Robin Tudor said ground crew saw “something” about a mile out from the runway: “It can be things like a flock of birds, but we always play safe in these situations and will investigate.”





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