A UFO expert has hung different posters at a nude beach in Wales (part of the United Kingdom) as people have spotted strange orbs hovering over the dyunes in the past few days.
The American non-profit group which investigates UFO sightings, Mutual UFO Network (MUFON - http://www.mufon.com/ ), has marked the beach as a place of interest for the extra-terrestrial activity. The organization is famous for appearing in the 1990s hit show X-Files, featuring
The sign hung by the group reads: "A number of unexplainable sightings have been apparitions have been reported in this area, day and night.
"Strange lights, plasma balls, and other apparitions have been reported. These occurrences have been noted in areas out to sea, the beaches and within the sand dunes.
"The public is encouraged to report any sightings or sounds and to take photographs which may be used in the scientific study of these events."
The beach, located between Harlech and Barmouth, is well known to visitors as it is the only beach in a 100-mile radius where you are allowed to tan nudist.
Several visitors to the beach have reported sightings of ufos in the past few weeks.
One visitor, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “Walking my dog on the beach, my son took some photos and after uploading them to the computer I noticed this orb-like object on several of them. I put it down to glare from the sun, however, a few weeks ago a friend posted some pictures on Facebook of identical orb-like phenomena, stating they had witnessed the object visually.”
Another one also confirmed the sighting: "It had glowing 5-6 rings and was slowly moving in a circle. from the side, it had some lights. It was standing in mid air for between 5 to 10 seconds.”
Mr. Andy Sayle, CEO at LIS Aerial Photography, was walking on the beach with his children as they were flying a kite. He was more skeptical and said: "I'd love to believe there really are ufos. At least until someone comes up with an unequivocal explanation. That said, it could quite easily be drones or UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) being operated from the nearby airfield at Llanbedr, especially since it reopened a couple of years ago."