The truth is owt th’eer: Police admit multiple reports of Lancashire UFOs – Express.co.uk

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Emergency call handers received eight reports of other worldly paranormal activity, Lancashire Police has revelled in a Freedom of Information Act request response.

The Lancashire Telegraph reported how police were called about an attempted alien abduction in Accrington last March.

It appears that the call was treated as a hoax, as there was no record of any officers attending the incident.

However, a month later the force received a call about an alleged “UFO landing” in Marsden Park, Nelson.

The information said that officers did attend on two occasions to reports of two unidentified craft over Pendle Hill, east Lancashire, in 2015, and a separate one in Lytham St Annes in 2014.

Pendle Hill is linked to much alleged paranormal activity, including allegedly being haunted by witches who were killed after witch trials there in 1612.

Police said no UFOs were detected by officer once they arrived.

A force spokesman said: “With any call received into the police force control room the operator assesses each and identifies any risk/threat/harm and the operator provides the appropriate response to this, which may include deploying an officer.

“Sometimes these calls are not what they may seem so a potential UFO call could be a suspicious light or suspicious movement that could mean any number of things and we would assess and deploy officers if required, or there could be a concern for the caller’s welfare.”

Other reports received that did not trigger responses from the force concerned a beam of light from a UFO seen by a person in Burnley in 2015, and a previous similar sighting the year before from a caller in Buckshaw Village.

Two UFOs were also reported as being seen over Fleetwood in 2015, and a red craft and a white one were allegedly spotted over Bottle in 2016.

One of the most infamous mass sightings from the county was on November 22 1995.

Burnley officials received around 250 separate reports of sightings of an object flying at high speed towards Hebden Bridge.

Andy Sierolawski, from Todmorden Observatory, said: “We get asked if we have ever seen anything all the time.

“Around 40 per cent of the people who visit the centre ask us.

“Saturn and Venus as well as aircraft can very easily be mistaken for something else.”

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