Airline crews who reported an unidentified object streaking through the skies over Co Kerry are not alone. The sightings of UFOs over the South West Coast by three sets of airline pilots has led to Ireland being seen as a hotbed of alien activity. But the airline crews who reported an unidentified object streaking through the skies over Co Kerry are not alone. The Irish Mirror has been inundated with reports of similar sightings around the country in the last few weeks. The Irish Aviation Authority has begun an investigation into the appearance of the mysterious objects which were first spotted by a British Airways pilot yearly last Friday morning. But just 12 hours later Donal Brady made another strange sighting in the sky over Cork City.
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More people come forward claiming to have seen UFOs over Ireland - Irish Mirror Online
Varginha UFO incident is the name given to a series of events involving the alleged sighting and capture by the military of an extraterrestrial being in Varginha , Brazil , in The Brazilian government has officially denied any claims of being involved in the capture of extraterrestrial biological entities EBEs ,  but some theorists claim otherwise, accusing the government of a cover-up. For some the lack of reliable sources is evidence against its actuality; the testimony of unnamed, anonymous "official" individuals are frequently featured. UFO investigator Kevin D. Randle writes that "this case is as complicated as any other in the UFO field. Ufologist Roger Leir of Ventura, California, describing interviews with local witnesses in Ufo Crash in Brazil , surmised that there were two creatures. Allegedly, one had been injured and both were taken to a local medical clinic.
More people come forward claiming to have seen UFOs over Ireland
By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail. Rowan Blanchard, 14, posted a photo on Instagram this week that appears to show a glowing vehicle hovering above the bright lights of the Big Apple, which she says was only visible in the photo. Scroll down for video.
The year-old captured the odd spherical shape on camera as it moved across the night sky and bizarrely started to change colour. She then jumped in the car with her dad Barry and tailed the glowing ball as it hovered high above her house, about eight miles from RAF Cosford in Shropshire. This pulsing blue light was captured on camera above Shropshire by year-old Harriet Rogers.