A photographer has captured a ‘fleet’ of UFOs on camera in the skies over Spain.
Mirror Online reader Karl Jennings, from Ireland, told us that he took the pictures in broad daylight at around 5pm on October 27, 2014, while in central Madrid.
He insists that the photographs have not been altered in any way and is convinced the bizarre objects are not birds or planes, but rather a ’14-strong fleet’ of unidentified, ‘baton-shaped crafts’.
According to Karl, the strange shapes were in view for about 90 seconds before disappearing behind some tall buildings.
Karl spotted 14 of the objects in total – here they are at varying levels of magnification
He told Mirror Online that the crafts “cruised with the illuminated facet facing down. They sped up, rotated length-wise, flipped on their ‘backs’ and had lights so bright they bleached out the broadest daylight.
“There were no wings, no audible sound, no propellers, no finned-empennage, no smoke, no contrails.”
He continued: “My best guesstimate is that they were at an altitude of 8 kilometres, some 3-4.5 metres in length each.”
Karl also consulted other photography and technology experts, who agreed that they were not birds but could not offer any other explanation.
For comparison, he also photographed an Air Berlin plane, with the same camera on the same settings, just 20 minutes after the ‘UFO event’.
Karl snapped an Air Berlin liner with the same settings to try to prove they were not planes
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