UFO Crash Site Found?

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  1. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    Man stumbles across 'UFO crash site' in the middle of Devon woods

    A man has shared pictures of what he has described as a "crash site" hidden deep within Devon woodland. Ben Landricombe, from Plymouth, said he discovered an area of flattened trees in the woods near Meddon, at about 4pm on Monday (July 13), while taking his dog for a walk.

    He said: "Found a crash site in the woods - could be UFO. I stopped to take the dog for a walk in the woods today as we're camping." He said there was no indication as to why the trees were pulled down, adding: "They were snapped at the top - that was what I thought was strange".

    Ben continued: "We took the dog for a walk and it felt eerie and we walked about a mile and came across this.

    "We took the pictures and then felt someone was watching us and heard weird sounds so we ran back to our camper. "Something strange about this place". Ben also said he wouldn't be going back because it was "spooky" and he recalled hearing screams.

    Speaking on the video he can be heard saying: "Something has definitely crashed here - look at this. "Boom - weird. Massive gap in the woods, all the trees bent, trees fallen over, massive hole in the woods. Aliens."

    Meddon, near Bideford, is known for its beautiful nature reserve, owned by Hartland Parish Council. The hamlet of Meddon is located on the border of Cornwall and Devon. It is governed by Torridge District Council. Torridge District Council has been approached.

     
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  2. Standingstones

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    Too bad the guy who discovered this site didn’t walk back in further to see what he could see. It looks like the government wants to explain it away as “wind blow.” I could understand a tree or two but that is a large area for wind to blow down all those trees in that tight pattern.
     
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  3. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    Could downdraft winds cause this?...I've had downdraft winds flatten my garden plants before, I don't know if something like that could be strong enough to have an affect on trees?...

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  4. pigfarmer

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    Yes. I've seen wind storms do highly localized weird things like that right around here.
     
  5. 1963

    1963 Honorable

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    Tornado tore down trees not a UFO, says Met Office
    This would be my best guess too. :Thumbsup:

    Cheers.
     
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