UFO sighted near Keighley

UFO sighted near Keighley

UFO sighted near Keighley

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This burning ball of light was spotted speeding across the night sky above Cross Roads.

The image was captured by theatre nurse Jeanette Bray on a mobile phone, outside her Myrtle Drive home.

Now Mrs Bray is appealing for anyone who can help shed light on the mystery object, which was seen at 8.58pm on Friday, February 15, to come forward.

For the full story, see this week’s Keighley News.

Have you seen a UFO? E-mail alistair.shand@keighleynews.co.uk.

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9:27am Thu 28 Feb 13

Little Green Man says...

Same day as russian meteor, coincidence?
Same day as russian meteor, coincidence? Little Green Man
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8:52pm Thu 28 Feb 13

jimmy k says...

was it your taxi home lgm?
was it your taxi home lgm? jimmy k
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10:35pm Thu 28 Feb 13

brian kiernan smith says...

i do apologise, but i was doing superman impression.
i do apologise, but i was doing superman impression. brian kiernan smith
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9:59am Fri 1 Mar 13

pjl20 says...

Was this a genuine meteor or just a random piece of 'space junk' burning up in the atmosphere on re-entry?

Whatever it was, unless it can be firmly identified, it remains another UFO mystery sighting.
Was this a genuine meteor or just a random piece of 'space junk' burning up in the atmosphere on re-entry? Whatever it was, unless it can be firmly identified, it remains another UFO mystery sighting. pjl20
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10:09am Fri 1 Mar 13

jimmy k says...

at the end of the day people will believe what they want to,be it ghosts ,bigfoot ufo's etc.
at the end of the day people will believe what they want to,be it ghosts ,bigfoot ufo's etc. jimmy k
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8:02am Sat 2 Mar 13

MorriseyRocks says...

I can now categorically confirm that this celestial being was in fact deposed ex town councillor David Samuels as he reacted to someone challenging his viewpoints. As he furiously tapped another diatribe of utter nonsense he reached such a fever pitch that he spontaneously combusted. He was found mumbling incoherently at the back of the Civic Centre. Fortunately the CC wasn't damaged in the process and this jewel in the centre of keighley was preserved for all to enjoy. Mr Samuels was last seen staggering back to 'Crackpot Towers' chuntering (good word that) about KTC, councillors, precepts and pies.
I can now categorically confirm that this celestial being was in fact deposed ex town councillor David Samuels as he reacted to someone challenging his viewpoints. As he furiously tapped another diatribe of utter nonsense he reached such a fever pitch that he spontaneously combusted. He was found mumbling incoherently at the back of the Civic Centre. Fortunately the CC wasn't damaged in the process and this jewel in the centre of keighley was preserved for all to enjoy. Mr Samuels was last seen staggering back to 'Crackpot Towers' chuntering (good word that) about KTC, councillors, precepts and pies. MorriseyRocks
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10:50am Sat 2 Mar 13

cronk stanley says...

MorriseyRocks wrote:
I can now categorically confirm that this celestial being was in fact deposed ex town councillor David Samuels as he reacted to someone challenging his viewpoints. As he furiously tapped another diatribe of utter nonsense he reached such a fever pitch that he spontaneously combusted. He was found mumbling incoherently at the back of the Civic Centre. Fortunately the CC wasn't damaged in the process and this jewel in the centre of keighley was preserved for all to enjoy. Mr Samuels was last seen staggering back to 'Crackpot Towers' chuntering (good word that) about KTC, councillors, precepts and pies.
Be careful Sir, people who live in glasshouses should not throw stones !
[quote][p][bold]MorriseyRocks[/bold] wrote: I can now categorically confirm that this celestial being was in fact deposed ex town councillor David Samuels as he reacted to someone challenging his viewpoints. As he furiously tapped another diatribe of utter nonsense he reached such a fever pitch that he spontaneously combusted. He was found mumbling incoherently at the back of the Civic Centre. Fortunately the CC wasn't damaged in the process and this jewel in the centre of keighley was preserved for all to enjoy. Mr Samuels was last seen staggering back to 'Crackpot Towers' chuntering (good word that) about KTC, councillors, precepts and pies.[/p][/quote]Be careful Sir, people who live in glasshouses should not throw stones ! cronk stanley
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6:57pm Sat 2 Mar 13

Little Green Man says...

Very funny Morrisey, is it true?...
Very funny Morrisey, is it true?... Little Green Man
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10:20pm Sat 2 Mar 13

MorriseyRocks says...

Cronk
You've no idea who I am. Stop pretending you do.
Cronk You've no idea who I am. Stop pretending you do. MorriseyRocks
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9:47pm Sun 3 Mar 13

cronk stanley says...

MorriseyRocks wrote:
Cronk You've no idea who I am. Stop pretending you do.
That's true, I won't be loosing any sleep over it
[quote][p][bold]MorriseyRocks[/bold] wrote: Cronk You've no idea who I am. Stop pretending you do.[/p][/quote]That's true, I won't be loosing any sleep over it cronk stanley
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11:28pm Sun 3 Mar 13

Little Green Man says...

People who live in glasshouses, spend a fortune on curtains... but they grow good tomatoes :)
People who live in glasshouses, spend a fortune on curtains... but they grow good tomatoes :) Little Green Man
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9:11am Mon 4 Mar 13

cronk stanley says...

I do grow tomatoes L.G.M, use to grow from seed, so you need the curtains open as long as possible while the seedlings mature.

Again L.G.M , if you have problems with ripening, you can put them in a brown paper bag on a window ledge, again the curtains need to be open.

Now you give it a go, I do have a greenhouse, but there are a lot of outdoor varieties L.G.M, and I feel that you will be well rewarded for the effort.
I do grow tomatoes L.G.M, use to grow from seed, so you need the curtains open as long as possible while the seedlings mature. Again L.G.M , if you have problems with ripening, you can put them in a brown paper bag on a window ledge, again the curtains need to be open. Now you give it a go, I do have a greenhouse, but there are a lot of outdoor varieties L.G.M, and I feel that you will be well rewarded for the effort. cronk stanley
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10:16am Mon 4 Mar 13

Little Green Man says...

Thanks for the advice. I do like to grow my own veg when possible, unfortunately being away from home long periods of the year make it difficult sometimes unless its the 'plant and leave' kind of veg such as potatoes.
Thanks for the advice. I do like to grow my own veg when possible, unfortunately being away from home long periods of the year make it difficult sometimes unless its the 'plant and leave' kind of veg such as potatoes. Little Green Man
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6:27pm Mon 4 Mar 13

cronk stanley says...

Little Green Man wrote:
Thanks for the advice. I do like to grow my own veg when possible, unfortunately being away from home long periods of the year make it difficult sometimes unless its the 'plant and leave' kind of veg such as potatoes.
That is a problem, potatoes are a good bet these days as they are not cheep anymore.. Reds seem to do well,round here, worth trying.
If you are away a lot parsnips are useful, once they are established, you can try parsnip chips, make a nice change.
[quote][p][bold]Little Green Man[/bold] wrote: Thanks for the advice. I do like to grow my own veg when possible, unfortunately being away from home long periods of the year make it difficult sometimes unless its the 'plant and leave' kind of veg such as potatoes.[/p][/quote]That is a problem, potatoes are a good bet these days as they are not cheep anymore.. Reds seem to do well,round here, worth trying. If you are away a lot parsnips are useful, once they are established, you can try parsnip chips, make a nice change. cronk stanley
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