Possible UFO sighting in Wisbech: Did you see five orange orbs flying near Norwich Road on Friday?

PUBLISHED: 15:03 30 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:03 30 October 2017

Possible UFO sighting in Wisbech: Did you see five orange orbs flying near Norwich Road on Friday? Pictured is local UFO expert Tony Buckingham.

Possible UFO sighting in Wisbech: Did you see five orange orbs flying near Norwich Road on Friday? Pictured is local UFO expert Tony Buckingham.

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Were UFOs flying over Wisbech last week? The Littleport-based East Anglia UFO Group is looking for information to help with their investigation about a possible sighting in the town.

Possible UFO sighting in Wisbech: Did you see five orange orbs flying near Norwich Road on Friday? Pictured is local UFO expert Tony Buckingham.Possible UFO sighting in Wisbech: Did you see five orange orbs flying near Norwich Road on Friday? Pictured is local UFO expert Tony Buckingham.

Did you see five orange orbs flying near Norwich Road last Friday, October 27? If so, email local UFO expert Tony Buckingham via tony@eaufo.co.uk

The suspect sighting comes ahead of the group’s monthly meeting, which takes place on Monday November 20. It will be held at Studlands Park & Social Club, Brickfields Avenue, Newmarket, CB8 7RX.

The meeting starts at 7.15pm for a prompt 7.30pm talk from Dave Hodrien, titled ‘the best of the Birmignham UFO group’. The meeting ends at 9.45pm.

Admission costs £4 on the door. Visit www.eaufo.co.uk for more info.

In April this year Tony was interviewed on Heart FM and gave a short account of his close-up UFO sighting in the early 1970s near Littleport.


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