A strange unidentified flying object (UFO) that seemed to be glowing green was photographed yesterday near Hockley, a village in Essex in the East of England. At 5:31 p.m. local time, Danielle Jaye, who is 22 years old, was shooting a photo of the breathtaking sunset in Hadleigh when she noticed the strange light in the image.
“I was walking into Morrisons in Hadleigh on London road to collect my prescription and I took a picture of a sunset which I love taking pictures and I went to post it last night,” said Danielle.
Danielle first noticed the existence of the green light in the shot after she had returned home and was preparing to post it on her social media.
“It’s too big to be a drone but it’s something unusual and interesting. I couldn’t keep this to myself – I honestly have never seen anything like it and wouldn’t expect anything like that around our areas!” She further said, “I zoomed in and was shocked. I honestly think I’ve captured some sort of UFO.”
Incidents of UFO Sightings
UFO is an abbreviation that stands for “Unidentified Flying Object.” It refers to anything in the sky, whether it be an object or an event, that cannot be simply explained or recognized.
The phrase “UFO sighting” is often used to refer to purported encounters with alien spacecraft. However, it may also be used to refer to natural or man-made objects that are currently unexplained for whatever reason.
It appears that there have been more incidents of UFO sightings in recent times. These occurrences have sparked curiosity and discussions among people, with some speculating about their origin and nature.
Some believe that these sightings could be evidence of extraterrestrial life, while others think that they might be advanced military technology or natural phenomena.
Regardless of the explanation, these sightings continue to captivate the public imagination and fuel debates among scientists, researchers, and enthusiasts.
The U.S. Intelligence Reports
UFO sighting claims have been reported to U.S. intelligence agencies 366 times since March 2021, the nation’s top intelligence agency said. This is citing data from a report ordered by Congress in compliance with the National Defense Authorization Act for 2022.
This takes the overall number of instances that have been documented to 510, which includes the 144 cases that have been reported throughout the course of the last 17 years.
Nearly 200 had “unremarkable” explanations, such as balloons, drones, or “aerial clutter”. This includes birds, meteorological occurrences, and flying garbage bags.
Multiple government agencies came to the conclusion that the flying objects had “demonstrated unusual flight characteristics or performance capabilities,” according to a study that was declassified by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
In the year 2020, the United States Department of Defense (DoD) formed a new task force known as the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) to examine UFO sightings reported by members of the armed forces of the United States.
Concerned that they may not be extraterrestrial spacecraft but rather the undiscovered eavesdropping capabilities of other countries, the Pentagon, US intelligence agencies, and NASA is examining them.