Glastonbury Tor UFO Caught On Camera?
By stonesthrow | Tuesday, November 16, 2010, 10:47
The strange, dark mass which appeared over the Tor...
phenomena over Glastonbury Tor has been captured on camera by two Glastonbury based business women who were walking
their dogs at the foot of the famous landmark.
Cath Gray and
Tracy Jones who run the Glastonbury DogWalkers and Pet Care Services, were out
taking photos in August this year to use as promotion images for their website,
when they noticed a strange shape within one of their snaps. Using a digital
camera, the image had been captured within a series of three shots, taken in
quick succession of one of their dogs with the Tor behind. When Cath and Tracy
reviewed the images at a later date, they noticed that the second of the three
shots, contained a highly unusual and unexplained dark mass which neither of
them could attribute to anything they had witnessed.
explained that they were at a loss as to what it could have bee
"It wass definitely
weird, because it appears to be something large moving behind the Tor, and not
in front of the camera lens. There was nothing there that day that it could
have been. The photos were taken within seconds of each other, and in the first
and third shot, there is clearly nothing there"Â
is that it could be an image of Earth Energies, a strong electromagnetic field,
which cannot be seen by the naked eye, but some believe this strange dark shape
is definitely something paranormal.
Glastonbury is well known for sightings of UFOÂs and paranormal
activity, and reports of strange phenomena have been reported over Glastonbury
Tor, the town and the festival site.
You can view all
three images taken by Cath and Tracy (larger and more clear) and read their blog of the incident by
visiting the Glastonbury DogWalkers website here.
What do you think
the image could be? Do you believe it could be a UFO or another mysterious
paranormal occurrence? Let us know what you think.
Photo with kind permission of Cath Gray and Tracy Jones
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