Europe's UFO capital with 'disturbing' sightings: A parent said he didn't know what to say to his child after discovering a strange object.

Europe’s UFO capital with ‘disturbing’ sightings: A parent said he didn’t know what to say to his child after discovering a strange object.

One parent said he didn’t know what to say to his kids after spotting the strange objects

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Ireland is the UFO capital of Europe with more reported sightings than anywhere else on the continent.

Data compiled by Psychic World shows that the Emerald Isle has had 105 sightings since records began, lasting an average of 13 minutes.

Unexplainable bright lights are the most common in Ireland while flying discs are the most spotted UFOs around Europe as a whole.

France has the second most amount of sightings in Europe with 71, while Spain is just behind on 70.

The most recent sighting in Ireland was in Dublin in late November, when a man putting out his bins noticed some strange lights in the sky.

The report on says: “Putting out the bins at 07.10 looking up at a clear dark sky decided to get my glasses(short sighted).

“I first saw a bright dot travelling from north to south saying to myself thats a satellite. Next another one three seconds later and then for about 40 minutes in sequence a number of travelling dots(as high as a plane would travel).

“After every five or so there would be two dots travelling one behind the other and this happened about three times. I have never seen this before and just wondering what these could be.

“They didn’t seem like planes too close together, satellites maybe, birds at that height I don’t think so, very strange.”

More sightings in Waterford and Dublin were also reported in 2020, while one in Cork City in January of last year was labelled ‘unnerving’ by a concerned parent.

The report said: “While standing on our decking having my morning tea we noticed what appeared at first to be a satellite passing over us coming out of the west and heading in an easterly direction.

“It appeared to be moving too fast to be a satellite and then we noticed that there were more travelling in a straight line almost equal distances apart they appeared to be travelling in formation like a fleet of aircraft would do.

“This event was witnessed by myself and my son and daughter it was unnerving to say the least. I could not give them an explanation for what we had witnessed as I didn’t want to jump to conclusions.

“Suffice it to say they were not satellites as they were moving much too quickly. But they were at the same height in the sky that one would expect to see a satellite. Also they made course corrections as they travelled from horizon to horizon in minutes. This is the first time I have seen so many at once.”


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