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1981 - Reports: 3


NOVEMBER 1981 - AMLWCH
Three people saw a "very large" triangular object with three bright lights on each corner and one flashing white light in the middle, three times in the Amlwch area. It was first sightedstopping over Amlwch before making a 90 degree turn and accelerating inland.
Source: www.news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7399322.stm citing MOD Files.
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18 NOVEMBER 1981 - TREBOETH, SWANSEA
Night - clear.
Mrs Mary Evans of Llwyd Road [Lloyd Road or Cnap Llwyd Road - probably the latter], Treboeth saw a 'bright fiery light' hovering behind old lodging house ruins on top of hill overlooking Llewellyn Park [Morris Castle?]. She watched it for several minutes before it disappeared into the night sky.
'I thought the house was on fire because the light was so bright. It seemed very hot and I think must have left some form of scorch marks on the ground,' she said.
Swansea Coastguards explained it away as meteorites [!]. Neither Swansea Police nor the airport had received any reports. Mrs Evans's neighbour also saw the object.
Source: South Wales Evening Post - Thursday 19 November 1988
                                                                                     

DECEMBER 1981 - CAERNARFON
A huge bright orange circular light along with two smaller lights which appeared to separate from and rejoin the main light, were spotted over Caernarfon.
Source: www.news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7399322.stm citing MOD Files.