Thursday, 15 January 2009

'New eye-witness account of Conisholme UFO...'

'ONE WEEK on since the Louth Leader broke the news of UFO sightings above a wrecked wind turbine in Conisholme, a new eyewitness has come forward.

Rebecca Hodgson of Louth was at her horse's stables off London Road, Louth Saturday January 3 - the night before the 65 ft blade fell from the turbine in Conisholme - when her horse was spooked by a 'flashing orange ball' in the sky.

Rebecca described how her horse stopped suddenly and gazed up at the sky as a bright orange light circled above the turbines.

She said: "It was really bright and glowing, it went dimmer and then moved across horizontally".

Shocked at her horse's reaction, Rebecca called her mum and sister shouting there was a UFO in the sky.'


'The results of tests run on the 65ft wind turbine blade which mysteriously 'fell off' one of the colossal turbines at the Conisholme wind farm could take up to a month to arrive.

As part of an investigation launched by wind farm company Ecotricity, the fallen blade has been sent to Germany for tests to establish what caused the blade to fall to the ground, and another to be severely misshapen.

It had been reported the results would be in by the end of this week, however, it is now looking more likely to be a month long wait until the mystery is solved.

... A Conisholme resident today told us she received a visit from a French man who asked her if she would wash his clothes.

When the lady asked what he was doing he replied he was in the area 'for the UFOs'.

The lady pointed him in the direction of Grimsby so he could find a laundrette.'


'THIS donut-shaped UFO was caught on camera near Conisholme wind farm a few weeks before the wind turbine was damaged.

Brian Lee, 55, was driving on Billings Gate road in South Somercotes at 4.30pm on December 9 and stopped his car to take some pictures of a dramatic sunset on his mobile phone.

It wasn't until he returned home and looked over the images that he discovered the strange object in one of them.

He said: "I looked at my phone and just saw this donut-shaped thing in the sky; I didn't know what to think it was."

The image, facing a south westerly direction, also shows the headlights of a car approaching. The mystery object can be seen in the sky amidst the dark clouds.'


'Ecotricity has said it has still found no evidence to support claims that a UFO collided with one of its wind turbines at Conisholme in Lincolnshire.

The company has now started work to rebuild the damaged turbine, with all three 22 metre long blades and the central hub on the Enercon E48 turbine being replaced.

Cranes are on the Fen Farm site, with the replacement blades and hub already there, ready to be lifted into place.

Investigations into the causes for the damage - which saw one blade removed from the turbine and another bent badly out of shape - are still continuing.

The company said it was "narrowing down the options" and was closer to an understanding, but added: "we're not there yet".

It has suggested a number of likely culprits for the damage, including a possible collision. But it said lightning or some kind of material, design or maintenance failure was a more likely cause.'


'UFO sightings have soared since reports that one recently crashed into a Lincolnshire wind farm.

But while this story abducted the hearts of extra-terrestrial fans nationwide, there are far freakier so-called crash sites to document.

Here, we report the top ten freaky alien landings ever witnessed.

As Moulder and Scully would say....the truth is out there.'


'Ever since an energy-generating wind turbine near Conisholme, England, was damaged on Jan. 4, 2009, and witnesses reported glowing objects with 'tentacles' there at the same time, interest by the international public and news media has been significant.

One of three 20-meter blades torn off and another was severely damaged. Ecotricity, the operator of the 213-foot-high wind turbines, and the manufacturer, German firm Enercon, are trying to determine the cause of the damage.

Around the world, newspapers, TV stations, Web sites, blogs and other communication platforms have been talking about the UFO that may have collided with, or otherwise damaged the wind turbine somehow.

Some journalists in the UK and internationally have reported on this incident in a professional and straightforward manner. Other writers and broadcasters have poked fun at the idea of a UFO as the cause of the damage.

In all news coverage though, a link between the idea of UFOs and the wind turbine has been established.'


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