- 'Mystery Object' Also Over Glasgow, Scotland
- From John McVey
- Dear Jeff,
- Just read on your site how that mystery object has been
sited over Wolverhampton in the English midlands. You may be interested
to know that the same object may have been in the skies above Glasgow,
Scotland, of 6th September 2003.
- My friends and I had just been at an international soccer
match at Hampden Park in the Mount Florida area of Glasgow, and were returning
to the city centre by bus when I noticed out of the window a strange object
high up in the sky, but just sort of hanging there. It didn't seem to be
going anywhere, but it looked like it was rotating, albeit very slowly
and a little irregularly. This object appeared to be long and thin, but
not cylindrical. It was relatively dark greyish. Not really metallic, but
quite matte. Nonetheless it appeared to catch the sun when it rotated.
- I joked with my friends that I thought it was a rod,
knowing full well that they wouldn't take that seriously. Of course, they
didn't. But then again, it was only a tongue-in-cheek opinion.
- The weather that day was sunny with a few very broken-up
clouds (and, of course, a few of those seemingly obilgatory criss-crossing
chemtrails, albeit in another part of the sky). There was a slight breeze
at ground level, and you could see the clouds sailing by quite freely.
So, there's no way it could have been a balloon - it would surely have
gotten blown away otherwise.
- So, what was it? It clearly wasn't a plane or helicopter
or any other apparent human powered vehicle. Still would love to know what
that object was. We can't have been the only people that day to see it.
- Kind regards,
- John McVey