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The Denbigh Lights - UFO Filmed In Wales

Updated: May 18, 2023

A UAP which appeared in the sky around 2 15 am on January 3, 2012 in Denbigh, North Wales.



The video shows a UFO which appeared in the sky around 2 15am on January 3, 2012 in Denbigh, North Wales. The video is the Original video taken by Nathan when we visited The Pritchards in April 2017, it hasn`t been edited, enhanced or stabilized.






Brothers Nathan and Alex Thomas saw several lights rotating in a circular formation out of the window of their home.


Nathan Thomas (14) and his younger brother, Alex live in Bryn Garth on the western edge of Denbigh.


They heard a loud bang caused by bins blowing over and looked out of their rear bedroom window, which faces north, and saw a group of white lights flashing and pulsing, possibly in the sky and seemingly on a hillside which lies about a mile to the north-west, near a quarry.



Nathan said: 'When I saw the lights I looked back into my room in case it was something reflecting on to the glass, but I opened the window and they were definitely in the sky.'


His mother, Linda Pritchard who also saw the lights described them as amazing and said they were circulating over two houses in Bryn Garth which back onto Cae Howell field, Denbigh.


'He woke me up, and his brother Alex and my grand-daughter Kiera. We all witnessed it, we were shaking and the dog kept barking. Nathan's first thought was this is a space-ship. The police just said it was lampers, but how can it be lampers at 3 am and its definitely in the sky' said Mrs Pritchard.


Alex managed to film the lights on his new video camera. The video shows a definite disc-shaped object, as the lights along its sides flash on and off, sometimes in sequence, and at others seemingly in a random pattern.


To his bemusement, he saw the bright lights flashing in the distance over a farmer's field.








Photo with Crest Mawr Wood on Left hand side looking towards Denbigh




The picture below was taken around a year later and you can see the woods were felled



Alex said, 'It was a disc shape and I could see mini explosions in the light but it definitely wasn't fireworks because we had the window open and there was no sound.


After we stopped filming we watched it for about half an hour and then next minute it was on an angle and was spinning and they confirmed there were no helicopters out on January 3.


After watching them or some time he decided to wake his brother Alex, who described the lights as "amazing".


They couldn't hear any noise from the lights and so decided it could not be fireworks.


Nathan grabbed his hand-held camera which he'd got for Christmas and filmed the lights from his bedroom window.


“When I saw the lights I looked back into my room in case it was something reflecting onto the glass, but I opened the window and they were definitely in the sky,” said Nathan.


His mother Linda who also saw the lights described them as amazing and said they were circulating over two houses in Bryn Garth which backs onto Cae Howell playing field, Denbigh.


“Nathan got a video cam for Christmas and it was the first thing he had ever filmed,” she said.


“He woke me up, and his brother Alex and my grand-daughter Kiera, we all saw it, we were shaking and our dog wouldn't stop barking.


Ms Pritchard.

“Nathan’s first thought was this is a space-ship, the police just said it was lampers, but how can it be lampers at 3am and it is definitely up in the sky.”


Nathan’s brother, Alex.

“It was a disc shape and I could see mini explosions in the light but it definitely wasn’t fire works because we had the window open and there was no sound at all.”


Alex.

“After we stopped filming we watched it for about half an hour and then next minute it was on an angle and was spinning and then it just stopped, the lights went out and it was gone."


Image Copyrights Respected.




The above image shows diseased tree`s at Crest Mawr Woods back on the 4th April 2009 (timestamp is shown) which disproves claims that they only appeared 2012, they were felled back in 2013/14 due to disease.


Here`s an up to date image taken in 2023 showing what area looks like now



Crest Mawr Wood (alt. - Crêst) is a Site of Special Scientific Interest to the north west, adjoining Denbigh Golf Club and the Tarmac Quarry, an historic and ancient deciduous woodland. This woodland is endangered due to environmental pressure and competing land use in the area

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