Ok, I'm not a scientologist. Nor am I a fanatic on all these UFO phenomena. But this one is quite phenomenal:
Apparently following the path of an RAF Hercules as it comes in to land, a UFO-like object hovered beneath the British jet, as captured by John Powell, a retired school teacher who was gardening outside his house when he noticed the round shape object in the sky.
There were no flashing lights as it floated above a British military base on a rare sunny summer's day, and no close encounters of the third or any kind.
He said: 'I don't believe in things from outer space but that thing was definitely tracking the plane.
'My neighbour was in the garden at the time and I wanted to shout to them, but I didn't want to say 'there's a flying saucer in the sky' so I didn't say anything in the end.'
So far Mr Powell has remained in the dark since the sighting from his home in Westbury, Wiltshire, at 3.45pm on July 22.
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