But the gap between the lights was too big

I'M replying to your UFO article, page 15, December 4. That Friday evening I, my son Luke, and his grandad Mike Tucker, were on the end of Brean Down. I was trying

I'M replying to your UFO article, page 15, December 4. That Friday evening I, my son Luke, and his grandad Mike Tucker, were on the end of Brean Down. I was trying to identify some constellations when all three of us noticed two lights in the sky, parallel and quite widely-spaced apart. Our immediate thoughts were it was an aircraft taking off from Cardiff but the gap between the lights was way too big for any normal airliner, etc.So then we thought it must be two aircraft so we tried looking for stars between the two points of light but there were none, so it was one definite object. It was a clear windless night but this object made no noise as it passed over us heading towards Bristol. Could it be a military craft, a stealth bomber maybe? But surely they make a noise? If it was a UFO, why risk being spotted by showing its lights? Anyway, it left us puzzled.JON MASON - Atlantic Road, Weston


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