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UFO spotted going to the shops

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Images showing a UFO allegedly hovering over Dudley's Merry Hill centre have been posted on the internet.

Images showing a UFO allegedly hovering over Dudley's Merry Hill centre have been posted on the internet.

Jamie Gardner, from Wolverhampton, said he captured a video recording of a triangular-shaped UFO floating over the Black Country shopping centre while he was walking to a friend's house near Netherton hill.

The sighting has echoes of the infamous "Dudley Dorito" which was seen flying over the area during 2007 and 2008.

Mr Gardner, who posted his recording online at www.expressandstar. comUFO spotted going to the shops said: "I noticed something hovering in the sky in the distance above Merry Hill, so I got my mobile phone straight out to film the object. After looking closely at it, the craft looks manmade.

"I've done some research and it might be called the Aurora Project, a hypersonic jet which the US government created in the 80s but denied its existence until recently."

Mr Gardner claims the same craft has been seen throughout the UK over the past few years

However, paranormal expert Philip Francis, founder of a UFO blog The Multiverse, said he was sceptical about the footage.

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"I found this video of interest," he said. "Not because of its incredible nature but because of the lack of any witness statement to go with it. A full transcript of time day and place and situation is absolutely essential, otherwise it will be disregarded and automatically called fake.

"If the person is not prepared to swear the authenticity of the footage, then it should be put in the bin."

And another UFO spotter, Mark Evans, believes the video looks the same as one which has been posted on YouTube for the last two years.

Last October, a photograph of the Dudley Ddorito was hailed as an important piece of evidence of alien life.

Details of other UFO spottings at www.phil-the-fish.blogspot.com

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