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A family in Scotland had strange lights dancing in the skies above their farm for over 5 hours and kept them so scared they couldn’t sleep!
Watch the footage taken by the husband at news.stv.tv/scotland
STV News writes:
An Aberdeenshire family were left terrified after a UFO invaded the skies above their home for nearly five hours. Grandmother Morag Ritchie, 50, awoke suddenly at 2am on Saturday to see strange lights circling in the distance a few hundred yards from her rural property near Fraserburgh. In the video, taken by her daughter’s fiancee, Scott Bower, a row of flickering lights can be seen hovering in the sky, before one of the lights moves off to the right and disappears. Ritchie, who woke up her family to witness the event, said: “I saw lights in the sky and thought it was a strange looking star. When I looked closer, I realised they were moving in a spinning motion and then occasionally something shot off to the side. I kept going back to my bed but I was so unsettled that I continued waking up. “When Scott looked at it, he was shocked; he didn’t think it was real. Even my husband, who is very sceptical, was convinced there was something strange going on.” The group ventured outside to film the paranormal object that was seen occupying the same spot for almost five hours. Ritchie, who is known for her role lobbying the government over fishing quotas as a Cod Crusader, added: “It’s like nothing I have ever seen before. I have seen Chinese lanterns and aircrafts at night and this was nothing like that. “I was quite apprehensive going to bed, I just kept wondering if it could see me. I wasn’t happy to be outside; I didn’t want to walk about my garden alone.” When Ritchie woke at 7am, the spectacle had vanished but she remains disturbed by the unexplained object that awoke her that night. Ritchie’s daughter Cara, 27, said: “It was really scary, I’m actually still scared just in case something happens; like the alien invasion in Mars Attacks.
Read more and watch the footage taken by the husband at news.stv.tv/scotland