A major Chinese airport had to close down to avoid collision with a UFO, reported the Daily Telegraph yesterday.There has also been a marked increase in reported UFO sightings in the UK, which are thought to be connected to the Large Hadron Collider experiment in Geneva.
The Telegraph said “An airport in Baotou, Inner Mongolia, was forced to shut to prevent passenger jets crashing into a UFO, according to reports. Three flights to Baotou from Shanghai and Beijing were reportedly forced to circle the airport until the UFO disappeared.”
Reports of UFO sightings in the UK (reportedly up to 150 sightings in two weeks) are possibly connected to the Large Hadron Collider experiment in Geneva, and there have been numerous sightings in the Louth and Mablethorpe areas. David Hinde from North Yorkshire is adament such sightings are not sky lanterns after witnessing some strange lights in the sky near his home: “I have seen the orange/red spheres in the skies above Speeton, moving in ways no conventional aircraft move – diagonal, vertical and horizontal movements, with no sound and no vapour trails – definitely not sky lanterns.” Theorising on where the UFOs came from, he concluded: “I am personally of the opinion that these objects are not of this world and believe that there is a continued coverup.”