Today I bring you a first hand account of strangeness from East Yorkshire. Back in February 2018 I took a trip down to Bempton Cliffs expecting only to see and photograph sea-birds.
I got more than I bargained for that day. In the audio I recorded whilst on site, I describe what happened, what I saw, or perhaps that should be what I think I saw?
I was genuinely surprised that something like this would happen in daylight and when you listen to the audio, you’ll hear the confusing in my voice as I try to make sense of it all. I never expected to be bringing you this first hand account over two years later and still not have a logical or rational explanation of what it was.
I am told that other people have seen lights out to sea there. They seem as though they mainly report orange lights whereas what I saw was a luminescent white, a bit like an old light bulb in colour. I know it definitely was not a bird and found it odd that instead of trying to reach for my camera I was transfixed with disbelief.
Paul Sinclair remains the leading researcher relating to Bempton and is rapidly becoming known as a global expert in the field. I would highly recommend his books. (No I’m not getting paid to say that – I just found them fascinating.) And if you get a chance to visit the area after the lockdown and pandemic are over do. You never know, you may see something as well.
In the meantime if you have any sightings in your own area do let me know.
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Paul Sinclair’s books are available from TruthProof.UK