1994 - Reports: 8

12 MAY 1994 - DENBIGH

11.30 PM.

The witness, a woman, saw lots of lights on a rotating object moving towards the left, then back again, over an industrial estate in Denbigh.

Source: Courtesy of Margaret Fry - ref: 1994 notebook.


27 JUNE 1994 - BODFARI

11 PM

Mandy Roberts of Denbigh saw an orange-red object for 20 minutes, during which time it moved from one place to another.

Source: Courtesy of Margaret Fry: ref - 1994 notebook.


11.40 PM.
A disc-shaped object changed shape and colour to a cigar and to a delta over a 20-minute period. It had lights on its edge.
Source: MOD Files.
3.40 AM.
A husband and wife named Griffith, of Llandyrnog saw brilliant white round object described as like a chandelier over the Moel-Y-Parc mountain. It sank behind some trees, then moved up above the trees. 
Source: Courtesy of Margaret Fry - ref: 1994 notebook.
4.14 AM
The witness, a woman at home in Ruthin, saw what she thought was a large white oval on Moel-Y-Parc transmitter mast. She assumed it was one of the mast'slight malfunctioning. But in the morning she realised the mast is obscured from that window in her house, by a forested area. No houses are in that area either.
Source: Courtesy of Margaret Fry: ref - 1994 notebook.
6.45 AM.
Mark Rayworth, aged 19, was driving his car to work, along Townhill Road, from Graiglwydd Square, towards the roundabout at the junction of Penygraig Road.
It was already light with good sunshine. He witnessed a large shiny metallic ball, high in the sky, above and just to the right of Kilvey Hill in the east.
The sun was reflecting on this object, and it remained stationary until he lost view of it. He heard from a person he met later that day that a similarly described object had been sighted just after he had seen it, hovering over the BP Oil refinery at Llandarcy.
Source: SUFON Files: witness interviewed by Steve Drewson 17 March 2016.

David Dunlevy was camping with two of his children, 6-year-old Jonathan and Jamie, aged 8.
They were in a field near Furnace and had seen some shooting stars.
'Then we saw it. Jamie pointed it out to me. We had seen satellites, which move in a regular way, but this thing was zig-zagging backwards and forwards, in all kinds of patterns,'
Source: South Wales Evening Post 16 August 1994.



About 8.50 PM.

A youth was cycling along the A5, returning home to Chirk, from seeing his girlfriend. He was between Corwen and Llangollen, in the Dee Valley, surrounded by forested mountains, rising steeply from the road. At one point there is a distinctive scree, with a maintenance hut or building just below it on the road, above all this is a reservoir. It was here the youth stopped to watch a long strange craft descending from the top and along the scree down to the road. It was what he could only describe as a long car, which when it hit the road, let off sparks in the air. It then came along the right hand side of the road below the forested area, and stopped opposite him where he was standing at the lay-by.

There were eight beings in this of varying heights 6ft 6 inches to 5ft 7 inches. They had different types of faces as humans do. Large foreheads, smaller or larger noses, thicker lips etc. They were dressed in leather thigh-length jackets. From the excellent drawings the youth did, they all looked middle-aged to elderly.

Two beings got out and approached him and spoke to him in their own language, but it seemed to be conveyed to him that they had lost somebody, and required his help to locate him. The events after this were hazy for the youth, at one stage he seemed to think the whole 'long car' went up into the woods in the mountain above the road. The trees are densely packed there, so did it shrink to nothing to achieve this? The young man then found himself and his cycle 50 yards further along the road, and he noted it was 10.30 pm. He was feeling shaken and went into Llangollen to phone his mother. He had lost 1 hour 50 minutes he could not account for.

The case was thoroughly investigated by Eric Morris and other members of the Cheshire UFO Studies Group. The youth did not refer to the beings as aliens but as strange men. Later, Ron Lalek, Flintshire-based investigator saw the youth on a number of occasions, and believed the youth's account.

Source: 'Who Are They' Margaret Fry 2004 citing Ron Lalek, Eric Morris and members of the British UFO Studies Centre, Cheshire.