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MYSTERY WIRE — A 1964 Christmas morning encounter with “The Thing” started what would become a flood of reports about UFOs and “sonic attacks” in Warminster England.
A woman reported a “crackling” noise that got louder and eventually passed over her head, although she never saw what created the sounds. Other people reported incidents the same day, including sounds of pounding on the roof of a house, twigs scraping roof tiles and noises like “giant hailstones.”
The report, written by newspaperman Arthur Shuttlewood, wasn’t even a front-page story in the small town, but similar reports of sightings began to echo the Christmas morning report.
In 1965, reports of metallic orbs, saucers and “cigar-shaped” ships became more frequent. A pulsing sound was a consistent detail in the reports.