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A swarm of mysterious lights has been spotted and filmed over Bristol as bizarre claims emerge that the BT Tower located there is actually a refuelling station for alien spaceships .
The orange blips were filmed gliding over houses in Hengrove by mum-of-one Kelly Maynard.
The intriguing footage was shared just days after a Bristol Post reader shared their theory that a BT tower in Purdown is a refuelling station for spaceships.
A similar sighting was also recorded in January over Siston Common, near Mangotsfield.
“I looked up and there were several orange lights moving quite fast in the sky,” said 36-year-old Kelly, who shared the footage to a Facebook page called ‘The Universe’.
“It was about six or seven at night and I ran in and grabbed my phone. On my Facebook somebody said it was lanterns but then they saw the video and said they didn’t know what it was.
“I have never seen anything like it. I could not believe it.
“I’ve got no explanation for it, so it must be something mysterious.”
The video shows three orange blips moving through the sky, but Kelly said she actually saw ten to 15 of the unidentified objects before the camera started rolling, reports the Bristol Post .
The footage was recorded on a Saturday night in January, Kelly said, but she decided to share it online this week in the hope of finding answers.
It comes as claims have been made that that Purdown BT Tower, which dominates the skyline over north and east Bristol is a refuelling station for UFOs .
Writing to the Bristol Post from Montpelier, Ernest B Skidmore has spoken of an unusual experience he had near the tower, on the same day as a UFO was spotted and filmed by the police helicopter over the Bristol Channel.
He even claims the shape of a copse of trees nearby spells out the letter B – and is some kind of sign for UFOs that they can refuel there.
The tower, near the Stoke Park estate, has been a Bristol landmark for decades, and contains communications equipment.