Some Australians are afraid that strange bright lights seen in the Northern Territory sky at night might be the prelude to an extraterrestrial invasion of the area.
The mysterious "flares," which have been seen along a 360 kilometer stretch of Northern Australia called the Top End coast, have prompted alarm from some who believe the strange lights mean an extraterrestrial invasion is imminent. Australian authorities disagree, saying the lights were the result of meteors, reports DNA India. DNA India, along with NT News, both cite UFO expert Alan Ferguson as having said the lights were a prelude to an invasion by extraterrestrials. Ferguson however, disagrees, saying he was misquoted. Ferguson wrote on his website, UFO Territory,
"... When giving my opinions of what i thought about what i was getting told during the interview i stated that i needed to interview the witnesses to the flares as that gives me a feel of the situation at hand and also if these are natural causes or we do have a genuine sighting! I only stated that the dry season is a high activity time for UFO visits, not that there were mother ships ready to invade!
NT News attributed the following to Ferguson:
"Ferguson had declared the flares as being the result of UFO activity, not natural phenomenon.
"This all sounds like UFO activity. Meteors usually just flash across the sky and leave a tail. But UFOs will stay in the same spot and wobble up and down and side to side. Fast movements. That's how they work.""
NT News went on to say
"... Mr Ferguson said UFOs, like Swedish backpackers and Canberra politicians, nearly always came to the Top End during the dry season.
"It may be just that there are less clouds and we can see better," he said. "Or it maybe that we're outside more during the Dry.
"Or maybe the UFOs are interested in our military activity. There are always more of them about during (Operation) Pitch Black.""
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