Updated: Jun 8
Birmingham UFO Group Case Report
Author: Dave Hodrien
Release Date: 28/05/2021
On 26th May 2021 I was contacted by a young lady named Crystal who had recorded two reflective UFOs hovering over Hartlebury Common two days previously. She was able to send me the footage to analyse.
On the morning of 24th May 2021 at 8.08am Crystal noticed a reflective object in the sky from the kitchen window of her house on Farm Road, Stourport-on-Severn. Initially she didn’t pay much attention, but soon realised that the object was quite still and appeared to be rotating. She stepped outside the back door of her house to view it more clearly.
It was a pleasant and sunny morning with a light breeze blowing. Looking to the South East from her location she realised that there were in fact two identical looking objects in the sky. The second object was higher up in the sky and to the left of the first. They appeared to be over Hartlebury Common roughly 1.5 miles away.
The objects were either highly reflective or silver in colour. It was hard to gauge the exact shape of the objects but they looked potentially oval. They both seemed to be tumbling or rotating. To her naked eye, Crystal feels they were about 6 feet across. They were very moving extremely slowly, to the point that they almost appeared to be hovering on the spot.
Crystal began filming the objects on her Samsung Galaxy A71 smartphone using Snapchat. She filmed them for 38 seconds. During this time, the lower object had barely moved but the upper one moved to the left and was largely hidden from view behind a nearby tree.
With the objects still visible she decided to stop filming them and go into the house to put her phone on charge and send the video to her father. Once she checked outside again after a couple of minutes neither of the objects were visible.
Below is the video footage which Crystal took. Unfortunately the quality is not great as she could not find a way to send it me via E-Mail, it was too large, so she sent it via Whatsapp which compressed it a little: