Flying saucers over Parliament? UFO investigator spots two white orbs in the Sky during a live BBC broadcast – on World UFO Day
- Footage shows two glowing lights appearing in the sky above central London
- They appeared during live broadcast by political correspondent Jonathan Blake
- Editor of UFO Truth Magazine Gary Heseltine, 60, filmed the orbs on his iPhone
This is the moment two mysterious objects appeared in the sky above the Houses of Parliament during a live BBC broadcast, leaving a UFO expert baffled.
Footage shows two glowing lights appearing above central London during a live BBC broadcast from Whitehall.
They appear in the sky and circle a crane in the background of the clip before disappearing.
They appeared during a live broadcast by political correspondent Jonathan Blake on the BBC News Channel last Thursday – which was World UFO Day.
Two glowing lights appear above the Houses of Parliament during a live BBC broadcast by political correspondent Jonathan Blake
But he was oblivious to the strange objects behind him.
Former detective and editor of UFO Truth Magazine Gary Heseltine, 60, managed to film the orbs on his iPhone as he watched TV at his home in Scholes, West Yorkshire.
Some viewers suggested the lights could have been seagulls but Mr Heseltine said they moved too fast and were too big to be birds.
Mr Heseltine said: ‘I was at home watching the BBC News Channel.
‘During a live broadcast with political correspondent Jonathan Blake I saw two white objects moving from right to left passing a big crane in the distance.
‘At first I thought birds but they were much too big in relation to the crane.
They appear in the sky and circle a crane in the background of the clip before disappearing. Some viewers suggested they could have been seagulls
‘Watch them after about 15 seconds in from the reporter’s head. They look odd to me and whilst I am no photographic expert, I have seen enough videos sent to me as the editor of UFO Truth Magazine to know when I’m looking at something strange.
‘Rarely do you get ‘live’ recordings from news channels. As the person who saw and recorded the clip, I find the sequence bizarre.
‘Some people have suggested it was a deliberate ‘joke’ by the BBC because it was World UFO Day but I don’t buy that idea at all on a serious news platform.
‘As far as I am concerned the sequence shows two anomalous objects that I can’t explain.’
Since 2002, Gary has collected and studied more than 500 police sightings dating back to 1901 involving around 1,000 officers.
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