April 12, 2015 - ENGLAND - A Barwell woman managed to capture video footage of a UFO after spotting a white ball of light hovering in the sky from her kitchen window.
The woman, who has asked to only be to be known as Sammi, said she went to do some washing up when the spotted the unusual unidentified flying object from outside of her window.
The 26-year-old mum, who lives on Stapleton Lane, said: “I have seen drones and I have let off Chinese lanterns myself before.
“It was not like anything I have ever seen before.
“I ran straight outside and started filming on my mobile phone.
“It wasn’t very good so then I got my partners camera and ran upstairs to get some clearer footage.
WATCH: UFO over Barwell.
“There was this constant light and it was quite low. It looked like it was in between some trees but it’s hard to tell when it’s far away in the sky.
“It was hovering. It dipped slightly up and down and after around 15 minutes it completely disappeared. It was towards the direction of the Pingles pet store.
“There was no noise coming from it at all.
“I found it quite eerie.”
Sammi said that the object she saw was definitely not a helicopter or a plane, because of the way it moved.
She added that she had seen other UFOs on several occasions but none like this one.
Sammi said: “I have definitely seen UFOs before. The first time I was about seven-years-old and living in Birstall. Me and my sister were sharing a room and her friend was over. We were telling stories then we looked out of the window and saw some flying coloured bright lights. It was just like a flying saucer. It was there with flashing lights and then it was suddenly gone.
“The other time I was at Thornton Reservoir and I was about 22. It was really high up in the sky and was a sort of triangle shape and was a white colour. I spent ages watching it and it didn’t move then it just completely disappeared.
“We don’t know what’s out there but it creeps me out a bit.
“I don’t think we can be the only people in the solar system. Lets just hope they are not like the things the movies depict them as.” - Hinckley Times.