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Expert Observed UFO Activity in Dunedoo, New South Wales
UFO Depiction
Published: 2:35 PM 1/17/2013

By Jenalyn Villamarin

In the past two weeks, a man from Dunedoo, New South Wales has been spotting over 50 unidentified flying objects (UFOs) across the night sky. The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, contacted an expert to observe the weird UFO activity in the area.

UFO Research NSW President Mariana Flynn personally went to Dunedoo and observed the UFO activity there upon hearing the man's reports. "I was there for two nights and I spotted nine lights in the sky. We know that they were not satellites and they were not planes so what were they?" the UFO expert mused.

Mariana Flynn examined the man's video footages and listened to his reports. "Two of the lights that he's seen on a regular basis always travel together, one behind the other. Some of them pass each other and others appear on their own," Flynn shared.

The expert noticed another light consistently seen in the footage. "It's green and pulsates and looks a little bit like a mushroom that has also been described by a man on the Central Coast," Flynn revealed.

Mariana Flynn noted that some of the objects seen in the sky may not be UFOs but the expert was not able to give a definite explanation about the sightings. "The fact that he's seen so many is pretty amazing. And while we have to be careful not to assume that it's a UFO straight away, not all of them can be explained," the expert stated.

The man's recorded video helped in identifying two objects that appear to be man-made aircrafts. "We know that the military are producing some very advanced crafts these days, like the one I saw in the paper a few days ago. I couldn't say for sure that every sighting this man has seen has been the real thing but he has some pretty amazing footage to back himself up," Ms. Flynn said.

There are other UFO sightings accounted in Australia. In North Queensland, Cardwell and Townsville residents witnessed unidentified lights in the night sky.

"There were two large orange lights. No beam and no noise. It was absolutely silent and they were moving slowly across the sky towards the north-west," witness Greg Smith shared.

"My sister rang me and said to look outside. I went and looked and there were two lights. We watched it for a few minutes and then it disappeared," Phil Mulley, another witness, stated.

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