The Welsh Triangle is an Area of Wales which has frequent sightings of UFO activity. Places included in the Triangle are Pembroke, Cardigan, Fishguard, St Davids, Milford Haven, Haverfordwest and many other places. Keep in mind, there are military bases 20 miles of Broad Haven.
The first major incident reported was in February 1977. Roughly 15 pupils and a Teacher from Broad Haven Primary School reported seeing a metallic, Cigar shaped object. It apparentally landed an a field near the school where they were playing. Some of the Children also said they saw afew silver creatures with pointed ears. The pupils were between 9 and 11 years old at the time. When they got home to their parents they were excited t mention their stories. Of course with the children being so young, the parent found the idea a little hard to believe. However the childen were all sure of what they had seen.
Another report of UFO activity was Ripperton Farm. This is where alot of strange things seemed to be happening. Some people might even believe that this particular home and family were at the centre of it all.
Billy and Pauline Coombs had several incidents. One incident was when there TV set and other electrical items would blow up for no reason. Pauline Coombs and her Five children were even followed in their car by a fiery object, shaped like a rugby ball. A heard of cows were teleported from a locked gate field into another part of the farm. Pauline also had sightings of strange objects at least once every month. However the most terrifying incident happened on the 23rd April. Billy and Pauline were sat in the frontroom watching a movie, when they noticed a 7ft creature in a spacesuit looking through the window. They were so scared, they reported it to the police. In 1996 the same policeman reported that he had never seen a couple so terrified.
Its not known exactly what attracts all these strange things in West Wales. However afew books have been written about the Welsh Triangle:
Peter Paget - The Welsh Triangle: His theory is that Aliens have set up a base beneath Stack Rock, St Brides Bay.
Randall Jones Pugh & Ted Holliday - The Dyfed Enigma: Their theory is about Welsh Folklore and Ley-Lines.
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