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Pentyrch Incident - February 2016

This is the article on the Pentyrch Incident from Outer Limits magazine #13, April 2018. For more like this please click the image below:

Welsh UFO Sightings 1656

Welsh UFO sightings from 1656. For sightings from other years please click HERE . 1656, night Cardiganshire Robert Burton's History of the Principality of Wales , first published in 1695, recounted the tale of a man whose bedroom was visited by various little beings in 1656. Here is the passage in question from the 1730 second edition: The account of this event, along with other strange occurrences in Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire, came from letters written to Mr. B. by John Lewis, Esq, a Justice of Peace at Glankerrig near Aberystwyth. Burton claimed it was confirmed "by divers persons of good quality and reputation." FAIRIES COMING INTO THE BEDROOM OF A HOUSE NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. A man and his family being all in bed, he being awake about midnight, perceived by a light entering the little room where he lay, and about a dozen in the shapes of men, and two or three women with small children in their arms follow

Welsh UFO Sightings 1757

Welsh UFO sightings from 1757. For sightings from other years please click HERE . Summer 1757, between 12:00 - 13:00 Cae Caled, Bodfari   Edward Williams , a nonconformist minister and theological writer, had an encounter with what he supposed to be a group of fairies at the age of seven in 1757. In his 20s Williams sent a letter about the incident to Edmund Jones who included it in his 1780 work A Relation of Apparitions of Spirits in the Principality of Wales . Later in life, Williams wrote another account of the event. Elias Owen wrote it up from Williams' original manuscript for his 1896 Welsh folk-lore: a collection of the folk-tales and legends of North Wales : On a fine summer day (about midsummer) between the hours of 12 at noon and one, my eldest sister and myself, our next neighbours' children Barbara and Ann Evans, both older than myself, were in a field called Cae Caled near their house, all innocently engaged at play by a