A policeman has reported seeing a UFO moving at supersonic speeds while he was off duty in Birmingham.
object was described as a "light with a bluish tinge" that "pulsed
rhythmically" before zooming off across the sky. Air traffic control was
contacted about the incident but they said they hadn't picked up
anything that coincided with the sighting. "I thought at first that it
was a plane," said the officer. "Then I realised, as it was only a
single light, this was not likely to be the case. Besides, I had never
seen an aircraft in that part of the sky."
"The officer had been
off-duty on the night in question and he did not report anything
officially to the control room," stated West Midlands police when
queried about the incident. Former MoD UFO investigator Nick Pope also
weighed in on the case, stating that "this could be the real thing."
A police officer has claimed he saw a UFO moving at supersonic speed while driving off-duty near Birmingham airport.
The PC reportedly spotted the UFO near Birmingham airport.
unnamed officer, an acting sergeant with West Midlands police, saw a
‘light with a bluish tinge’ that ‘pulsed rhythmically’ and zoomed off.
A colleague called air traffic control, but workers there said they had seen nothing.
The officer later told his story to a UFO fan who posted it on the Haunted Skies website.
noticed a light in the sky which was pulsing rhythmically. It was very
bright and had a bluish tinge to it,’ the website reported the officer
‘I thought at first that it was a plane. Then I realised, as it was only a single light, this was not likely to be the case.
‘Besides, I had never seen an aircraft in that part of the sky.’
Midlands police said the force was aware of the incident but that ‘the
officer had been off-duty on the night in question and he did not report
anything officially to the control room’.
UFO expert Nick Pope,
who previously investigated alleged alien sightings for the Ministry of
Defence, told Birmingham’s Sunday Mercury: ‘This could be the real thing
– a UFO in our airspace and military aircraft scrambled to intercept.’