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Case ID:





Exact date not known - ignore '31' in date panel.

Possibility it could be September.

9.40 PM.

David had been to Maesteg to visit his mother and was returning home to Pontarddulais. He was approaching Bryn on the B4282 and was passing Maesteg Golf Club when he saw on the left hand side of the road, hovering in the sky towards the south, three lights arranged in a triangular pattern, a large off-white light at the top, an orange/red light next to it and a turquoise light.

He stopped the car by the Royal Oak pub to watch it. It then disappeared. He then drove off, and whilst driving through Bryn he noticed the time was now 10.15 PM. He had left Maesteg at 9.30 PM. He got home at about 11 PM. The journey had taken 90 minutes when it normally takes only 40. So there was 35 minutes unaccounted for. Also he didn't feel right. His wife looked him over and found that his chest and neck were red and blotchy.

Source: SUFON Files: witness interviewed by Emlyn Williams 30 October 2015.

Location on map is approximate.

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