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An Ipswich teenager had a close encounter in Cardinal Park when she saw what she believed was a UFO.

Charlotte Bevan, 18, Foxhall Road was picking her older sister up from Cineworld on Sunday night when she spotted a bright orange light hovering above her.

Miss Bevan's bizarre sighting is just one of hundreds reported across the country in the last few weeks.


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Normally sceptical about the unexplained, she couldn't believe what she was seeing.

She said: “I looked up and saw a bright orange blob in the sky. It was moving from left to right and not making any sound. Then it drifted out of my sight behind the cinema.

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“I went behind to see if I could spot it but by that time I was getting some funny looks anyway so I went home.”

That was the last Miss Bevan saw of the craft but it prompted her to do some paranormal investigation work upon her return home.

She said: “On the journey back I had shivers down my spine because I don't normally believe in that sort of thing.

“I had a look on the internet when I got home and found that there had been similar sightings earlier this year. They also described an orange object that didn't make any noise.

“It's really bizarre and I just can't explain it and when I told my work mates they immediately asked me if I had been drinking.”

Miss Bevan's sighting is one of many similar anomalies reported in recent weeks. On many occasions people have described seeing a bright orange light hovering in the sky and making no sound, in fact the number of suspected flying saucer sightings has hit a curious high this summer.

Malcolm Robinson, of Strange Phenomena Investigations, said: “Something very bizarre is happening in the skies over the UK.

“There have been an unusual number of sightings recently.

“Some experts believe it could be linked to global warming and craft from outer space are appearing because they are concerned about what man is doing to this planet.”

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