Huish Hill, Huish,
approximately 9:40pm, after earlier requesting out loud
on camera a close sighting of ‘plasma’ during a solo ‘UFO night watch’,
I (Ed Sherwood) witnessed and filmed, using a Sony Handycam set in ‘Night
mode, a bright amber-orange colored luminosity that suddenly appeared low
the crest of a hillside in front of me, about a mile away. Like a large
‘fire ball’, the luminosity made no discernable noise, remaining
for about a minute and a half before suddenly ‘blinking out’ and
against the late dusk sky. The luminosity appeared over Huish Hill, one of
in the Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire where nocturnal fireballs, atmospheric
or ‘earth lights’, invariably amber-orange in color, have been sighted
‘UFO night watches’.
The weather conditions at the time were a mostly clear sky,
with good visibility, no precipitation, and very little wind.
Photo 3a shows the luminosity above the adjacent hillside
(part of a wood on the hill can be seen at the top right of the picture)
about 15 seconds after it first appeared, with the camera set
to full zoom.
2001 Ed Sherwood/Millennium Research
3b shows the luminosity with
the camera set to half zoom.
3c shows the luminosity at it
highest point in the sky just prior to vanishing,
with the camera set on
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