40 YEARS LATER.. PEOPLE RETURN TO THE SCENE OF THE FAMED ‘WELSH…

40 YEARS LATER.. PEOPLE RETURN TO THE SCENE OF THE FAMED ‘WELSH TRIANGLE.’

Outside a strange silver object like nothing they’d ever seen before, hovered over a field, just beyond their playground.

Headmaster Ralph Llewellyn dismissed the distraught pupils’ claims, without going outside to look. It was a decision he would regret forever.

For to this day, even as adults, they maintain there was only one description of what they’d seen – an Unidentified Flying Object .

Schoolboy David Davies, in the playground on that February Friday afternoon, stood looking at something that would leave him with a lifetime’s fascination and a drive to get to the truth of what that strange object was.

“It was pearlescent silvery-grey,” he says, “approximately 40ft long, torpedo, cigar-shaped, with an upper domed section that covered the central third of the vehicle and which was topped with a red pulsating light.”

Upset their claims were being ignored, David and his classmates handed in a petition to the police station.

In the end, the headmaster separated the children and asked them to draw what they had seen under exam conditions. He was amazed to find their drawings were almost identical to each other.

It is one of the more famous UFO stories in our short history of such things. And very controversial. A large amount of people buy their story.. a large amount don’t–attention grabbing kids, they say! People even said the teaching incited the madness and told them what to draw..

There was another famous mass UFO sighting among school children – this in 1994.. It was the town of Ruwa, Zimbabwe, on September 16th 1994. The children claim to have seen multiple hovering objects that resembled what we would describe as spaceships. In that case, ALL of the 62 kids said they saw a UFO –all – and all describe virtually the same exact thing.  The warning from the entities was about environmental calamity.. This story has been well documented, is very serious, and was studied by various researchers. One of them is Harvard University psychologist Dr. John Mack. He himself interviewed these children personally, as well as many others. The story spread around the world quite fast and his interviews with the children were conducted shortly after the incident.

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