There has been a big reaction to a story on the Sleaford Standard's website about a possible UFO sighting in Sleaford, with
an expert offering his opinions too.
Sheila Tebbutt, of North Parade, Sleaford, woke up at around 1.30am on Saturday, July 28 and from her bedroom window she saw what looked like two bright silver round shapes travelling across the sky.
She said the two strange objects were hovering around 50ft up, one slightly higher than then other, and after travelling across the sky they disappeared towards the railway bridge.
Mrs Tebbutt tried to wake her husband John to tell him what she had seen but he slept on through and when she told him in the morning, he didn't believe her.
She said: "Surely someone else must have seen it? I just had a look out of the window looking for our cat and there it was."
Nick Pope, who used to run the Government's UFO project and is now acknowledged as a world expert in the field, said: "In my experience, most UFO sightings have conventional explanations and turn out to be misidentifications of aircraft lights, bright stars and planets, satellites, meteors and Chinese lanterns.
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